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SEMINAR SERIES

For further information concerning the Finance Seminars, please contact our seminar organizers Slava Fos and Lenny Kostovetsky.

Spring 2017

DATE SPEAKER & TOPIC DETAILS*
Wed
1/11
Vincent Bogousslavsky, Swiss Financial Institute at EPFL
The Cross-Section of Intraday and Overnight Returns (job market paper)
10:30-11:45pm
Fulton 115
Fri
1/13
Matthieu Gomez, Princeton University
Asset Prices and Wealth Inequality (job market paper)
11:00-12:15pm
Fulton 115
Wed
1/18
Tarik Umar, The University of Chicago
Attention Grabbers when Seeking Alpha (job market paper)
11:00-12:15pm
Devlin 026
Fri
1/20
Amora Elsaify, University of Pennsylvania
The Innovation Premium (job market paper)
11:00-12:15pm
Fulton 115
Mon
1/23
Mete Kilic, University of Pennsylvania
Asset Pricing Implications of Hiring Demographics (job market paper)
1:30-2:45pm
Fulton 515
Fri
1/27
Anton Lines, London Business School
Do Institutional Incentives Distort Asset Prices? (job market paper)
11:00-12:15pm
Fulton 115
Mon
1/30
Aaditya Iyer, New York University
A Theory of Liquidity, Investment and Credit Risk for Financially Constrained Firms (job market paper)
1:00-2:15pm
Fulton 515
Wed
2/1
Rawley Heimer, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Growing Up Without Finance
11:00-12:15pm
Devlin 026
Fri
2/3
Emily Williams, London Business School
Monetary Policy and the Funding Structure of Banks (job market paper)
cancelled
Mon
2/6
Thummim Cho, Harvard University
Turnings Alphas into Betas: Arbitrage and Endogenous Risk (job market paper)
1:30-2:45pm
Fulton 515
Wed
2/8
Katherine Waldock, New York University
Unsecured Creditor Control in Chapter 11 (job market paper)
11:00-12:15pm
Devlin 026
Fri
2/10
Sophia Yue Sun, The University of Texas at Austin
Do Customers Learn from Stock Prices? (job market paper)
11:00-12:15pm
Fulton 115
Wed
3/15
Robin Greenwood, Harvard Business School
Bubbles for Fama
11:00-12:15pm
Devlin 026
Wed
3/29
Steven Kaplan, University of Chicago
How Do Venture Capitalists Make Decisions?
11:00-12:15pm
Devlin 026
Fri
3/31
Mara Faccio, Purdue University
Political Determinants of Competition in the Mobile Telecommunication Industry
10:30-11:45pm
Fulton 115
Wed
4/5
Wayne Ferson, University of Southern California
Holdings-based Fund Performance Measures: Estimation and Inference
2:00-3:15pm
Fulton 515
Wed
4/19
Jarrad Harford, University of Washington

11:00-12:15pm
Devlin 026
Fri
4/21
Christine Parlour, University of California-Berkeley
   
10:30-11:45pm
Fulton 115
Wed
4/26
Efraim Benmelech, Northwestern University

11:00-12:15pm
Devlin 026
Wed
5/3
Philip Bond, University of Washington

11:00-12:15pm
Devlin 026

Fall 2016

DATE SPEAKER & TOPIC DETAILS*
Wed
9/7
Mauricio Larrain, Columbia University
How Collateral Laws Shape Lending and Sectoral Activity
12:30-1:45pm
Fulton 515^
Wed
9/14
Gregor Matvos, The University of Chicago
The Market for Financial Advisor Misconduct
12:30-1:45pm
Fulton 515^
Wed
9/21
Ing-Haw Cheng, Dartmouth College
Do Managers Do Good with Other People's Money?
12:30-1:45pm
Fulton 515^
Fri
9/30
David Solomon, University of Southern California
Rolling Mental Accounts
10:30-11:45am
Fulton 115
Wed
10/5
Nicolae Garleanu, University of California-Berkeley
Efficiently Inefficient Markets for Assets and Asset Management
12:30-1:45pm
Fulton 515^
Fri
10/14
Daniel Carvalho, University of Southern California
Uncertainty, Real Options, and Firm Inaction: Evidence from Monthly Plant-Level Data
10:30-11:45am
Fulton 115
Wed
10/19
Denis Sosyura, University of Michigan
Family Descent as a Signal of Managerial Quality: Evidence from Mutual Funds
9:30-10:45am
Cushing 212
Fri
10/28
Howard Kung, London Business School
Competition, Markups, and Predictable Returns
10:30-11:45am
Fulton 115
Wed
11/9
Tony Cookson, University of Colorado
Why Don't We Agree?  Evidence from a Social Network of Investors
12:30-1:45pm
Fulton 515^
Wed
11/16
Binying Liu, Northwestern University
Dividend Dynamics, Learning, and Expected Stock Index Return
9:30-10:45am
Cushing 212

Wed
11/30
Arthur Korteweg, University of Southern California
Risk-Adjusted Returns of Private Equity Funds: A New Approach
12:30-1:45pm
Fulton 515^
Fri
12/2
Asaf Manela, Washington University in St. Louis
Estimating the Value of Information
10:30-11:45am
Fulton 115
Mon
12/5
Alan Moreira, Yale University
How Should Investors Respond to Changes in Volatility?
11:45-1:00pm
Fulton 515^
Wed
12/7
Adi Sunderam, Harvard University
The Cross-Section of Bank Value
12:30-1:45pm
Fulton 515^

* times and rooms may change

^ Fulton 515 - The Lynch Center

Seminar papers are generally available in Fulton 330.

Call (617) 552-3985 for more information.

To consult seminars from previous years, please click here:

08-09
09-10
10-11
11-12
12-13 13-14 14-15

 

 

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