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Seminar Series

For further information concerning the Finance Seminars, please contact our seminar organizers Oguzhan Karakas and Nadya Malenko.

* times and rooms may change

SPRING 2015

DATE SPEAKER & TOPIC DETAILS* 
Wed
3/11
Martin Schmalz, University of Michigan  
Fri
3/13
Bernard Black, Northwestern University

 
Fri
3/20
Todd Gormley, University of Pennsylvania

 
Fri
3/27
Uday Rajan, University of Michigan
 
Wed
4/15
Berk Sensoy, The Ohio State University
 
Wed
4/22
Denis Gromb, INSEAD  
Thur
4/30
Francesca Cornelli, London Business School  
Fri
5/1
David Denis, University of Pittburgh
 

Seminar papers are generally available in Fulton 330.

Call (617) 552-3985 for more information.

Fall 2014

DATE SPEAKER & TOPIC DETAILS* 
Fri
9/12
Claudia Custodio, Arizona State University
Do General Managerial Skills Spur Innovation?
1:15-2:30pm
Fulton 135
Fri
9/19
Timothy Johnson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Rethinking Reversals
1:15-2:30pm
Fulton 135
Fri
9/26
Dirk Jenter, Stanford University
CEO Preferences and Acquisitions
1:15-2:30pm
Fulton 135
Tues
9/30
Adrien Verdelhan, MIT
The Share of Systematic Variation in Bilateral Exchange Rates
10:30-11:45am
Higgins 225
Wed
10/8
Rui Albuquerque, Boston University
Valuation Risk and Asset Pricing
1:15-2:30pm
Stokes S195
Fri
10/10
Vyacheslav Fos, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Out-of-the-Money CEOs: How Do Proxy Contests Affect Insider Option Exercises
11-12:15pm
Fulton 515
Fri
10/17
Maxim Mironov, IE Business School
The Effect of Media on Voters: Field Experiment at the Moscow Mayoral Elections
1:15-2:30pm
Fulton 135
Fri
10/24

Philip Valta, Swiss Finance Institute and University of Genevales
Debt Renegotiation and Investment Decisions Across Countries

1:15-2:30pm
Fulton 135
Wed
10/29
Mariassunta Giannetti, Stockholm School of Economics
Corporate Scandals and Household Stock Market Participation
1:15-2:30pm
Stokes S195

Fri
10/31
Leonard Kostovetsky, University of Rochester
"Whom do you trust?"  Investor-advisor relationships and mutual fund flows
1:15-2:30pm
Fulton 135
Fri
11/7
Camelia Kuhnen, University of North Carolina
Learning from Financial Information: Neuroeconomics Evidence and Implications
1:15-2:30pm
Fulton 135
Fri
11/21
Sudheer Chava, Georgia Institute of Technology
Credit Default Swaps and Lender Moral Hazard
1:15-2:30pm
Fulton 135
Fri
12/5
Snehal Banerjee, Northwestern University
Signal or Noise? Uncertainty and Learning About Whether Other Traders are Informed
1:15-2:30pm
Fulton 135

To consult seminars from previous years, please click here:

2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013

 

 

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