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Carroll School of Management

Fall 2012 & Spring 2013 Seminars

FALL 2012

DATE SPEAKER & TOPIC
Fri
9/14
Richard Lowery, University of Texas at Austin
Compensating Financial Experts
Wed
9/19
Xueping Wu, City University of Hong Kong
Growth Uncertainty and the Persistence of Investment and Financial Policies
Fri
9/21
Andrew Karolyi, Cornell University
The role of regulation in cross-border bank acquisitions: Is it really a 'race to the bottom'?
Fri
9/28
Amir Yaron, University of Pennsylvania
Volatility, the Macroeconomy and Asset Prices
Fri
10/5
Andrei Shleifer, Harvard University
Money Doctors
Fri
10/19
Martin Jacob, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management
Tax regimes and capital gains realizations
Fri
10/26
Kathryn Dewenter, University of Washington
The impact of euro conversion on market quality
Wed
10/31
Ambrus Kecskes, Virginia Tech University
Do Analysts' Preferences Affect Corporate Policies?
Fri
11/9
Stewart Myers, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Real Options, Taxes, and Financial Leverage
Fri
11/16
Jeffrey Coles, Arizona State University
Industry Tournament Incentives
Wed
11/28
Sergei Davydenko, University of Toronto, visiting MIT
Insolvency, Illiquidity, and the Risk of Default
Fri
11/30
Harrison Hong, Princeton University
Speculative Betas
Fri
12/7
Jules van Binsbergen, Stanford University
Measuring Managerial Skill in the Mutual Fund Industry
Wed
12/12
Dong Lou, London School of Economics
Comomentum: Inferring Arbitrage Activity from Return Correlations

SPRING 2013

DATE SPEAKER & TOPIC
Fri
1/11
Marco Di Maggio, MIT
Market Turmoil and Destabilizing Speculation (job market paper)

Mon
1/14
Marina Niessner, University of Chicago
Strategic Disclosure Timing and Insider Trading (job market paper)
Wed
1/16
Tyler Muir, Northwestern University
Financial Crises, Risk Premia, and the Term Structure of Risky Assets (job market paper)
Mon
1/28
Steven Baker, Carnegie Mellon University
The Financialization of Storable Commodities (job market paper)
Fri
2/1
Lei Xie, Yale University
Call Your Clients First: An Examination of How Analysts Add Value to Their Fund Clients (job market paper)
Wed
2/6
Andres Liberman, Columbia University
The Value of a Good Credit Reputation: Evidence from Credit Card Renegotiations   (job market paper)
Wed
2/27
John Griffin, University of Texas at Austin
Did Banks Facilitate Fraud in Securitized Loans?
Wed
3/13
Julian Franks, London Business School
The Returns to Hedge Fund Activism: An International Study
Fri
3/15
Heitor Almeida, University of Illinois
Less is More: Financial Constraints and Innovative Efficiency
Wed
3/20
Anna Kovner, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
How do Global Banks Scramble for Liquidity? Evidence from the Asset-Backed Commercial Paper Freeze of 2007
Fri
3/22
Heather Tookes, Yale University
Related securities and equity market quality: The case of CDS
Fri
4/5
Kenneth Singleton, Stanford University
The Structure of Risks in Equilibrium Affine Models of Bond Yields
Mon
4/8
Sheridan Titman, University of Texas at Austin
Urban Vibrancy and Corporate Growth
Fri
4/19
Laura Starks, University of Texas at Austin
Defined Contribution Pension Plans: Sticky or Discerning Money?
Fri
4/26
Andrew Winton, University of Minnesota
Competition and Corporate Fraud