Call for Research Proposals & Papers
PRMIA Institute advances best practices globally through detailed publications on areas of emerging interest to risk professionals working in all areas of financial services. PRMIA Institute seeks the submission of high-quality papers relating to professional risk management for publication in forthcoming anthologies. All accepted papers will be made available to Sustaining Members via the Institute’s portal.
Topics of particular interest include:
- Next Generation Risks: What are the frontier challenges in established risk disciplines, such as credit risk, market risk, liquidity risk, and operational risk? How should risk managers prepare for these challenges?
- Climate Risk: How do we practically assess the impact of climate risks on FIs? - for example, through bottom-up risk assessments and top-down scenario analyses?
- New Technology: What are the impacts of new technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence on risk management? How will the practice be transformed, and what are the new risks?
- Digital Currencies: What will be the impact of new currencies on established firms?
- Risk Culture: Have responses over the last decade been successful? What best practices are emerging globally? How can we assess the risk culture of a firm?
- Case Studies, including lessons learnt from recent Institutional failures.
This list is not exhaustive: PRMIA Institute remains open to all high-quality member proposals for papers which promote, develop, and share professional risk management practices globally.
All papers received will be subject to peer review to ensure quality and relevance: please see below for submission guidelines. If you would like to discuss your proposal in more detail, please contact us by email at [email protected].
- PRMIA Institute welcomes high-quality, non-commercial contributions from risk management professionals on any matter which is of professional interest to fellow practitioners.
- Papers should be accompanied by a short abstract summarizing the paper: for example, problems analyzed, trends identified, and conclusions reached. Papers should also be accompanied by up to 7 keywords which summarize the key themes of the paper and should include a short biographical description of the author(s).
- Papers should be prepared in Microsoft Word. Figures, tables and graphs should be submitted in their original format. An electronic copy original data (where applicable) should also be included, with sources acknowledged. Authors should take care to avoid using material from third party sources which are subject to copyright restrictions unless copyright permission is granted. Papers should be supported where applicable by references to examples and case studies, with citations made using the Vancouver style: cf.e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vancouver_system
- All contributions sent to the Institute, whether invited or not, will be submitted to the Institute's Editors and Editorial Board for anonymous peer-review. The Institute reserves the right to edit, abridge or omit material submitted for publication. Papers submitted to the Institute should be original and not published or submitted elsewhere. Papers and contributions published become the copyright of the Institute unless otherwise agreed.