Research Workshops

Finance Workshop

For information concerning this workshop, please email Allison Harris or phone her at 773.834.2079. She is located in Room 343 of the Charles M. Harper Center.
Schedule
Tuesday seminars will be held from 1:20 - 3:00 p.m. in Harper Center Room 03.
Copies of the papers will be available in Harper Center Room 03 as well.

Winter Quarter 2008

January 9

"Economic Catastrophe Bonds"

Jakub Jurek, Harvard University

January 15

"Liquidating Illiquid Collateral"

Martin Oehmke, Princeton

January 16 - recruiting

"Optimal Information Disclosuer in Auctions and Negotioations: A Mechanism Design Approach"

Romans Pancs, Standford

January 22 - recruiting

"Deep habits and the cross-section of expected returns"

Jules van Binsbergen, Duke

January 23 - recruiting

"Financial Globalization and the Transmission of Credit Supply Shocks: Evidence from an Emerging Market"

Philipp Schnabl, Harvard

January 29

"The Consequences of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence from the 2007 Mortgage Default Crisis"

Atif Mian, GSB

January 30 - recruiting

Zhiguo He, Northwestern

February 5

"The Cross-section of Managerial
Ability and Risk Preferences"

Ralph S.J. Koijen, NYU Stern

February 12

"Costly Information Processing:
Evidence from Earnings Announcements"

Joey Engelberg, Kellogg

February 19

"Young, Old, Conservative and Bold: The Implications of
Heterogeneity and Finite Lives for Asset Pricing"

Stavros Panageas, Wharton

February 26

"Leveraged Losses: Lessons from the Mortgage Market Meltdown"

Anil Kashyap, GSB

March 4

"Information and Incentives Inside the Firm:
Evidence from Loan Officer Rotation"

Daniel Paravisini, Columbia

March 11

"Temporary vs Permanent Shocks:
Explaining Corporate Financial Policies"

Ilya Strebulaev, Stanford

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