Finance Seminars Spring 2016

Finance Seminars Spring 2016

Finance Seminars Spring 2016
18.01, 12:15-13:45  Aud. Karl Borch Sturla Lyngnes Fesme, The University of Melbourne "The vicar, the widow, or the gentleman: who gets allocated IPO shares?"
19.01, 10:15-11:45 Aud. Karl Borch                 Konstantinos E. Zachariadis, London School of Economics "Multi-Asset Noisy Rational Expectations Equilibrium with Contingent Claims"
25.01, 12:15-13:45  Aud. 24                 Ricardo Lopez Aliouckin, Stockholm School of Economics "Option-implied idiosyncratic and systematic risk in the cross-section of expected stock returns"
27.01, 12:15-13:45  Aud. Terje Hansen               Marlene Haas, Vienna Graduate School of Business "Equity Short Sales and Options: Complements or Substitutes?"
28.01, 10:15-11:45  Aud. Jan Mossin Xintong Zhan, Chinese University of Hong Kong "Peer Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility"
29.01, 12:15-13:45  Aud. Karl Borch Darya Yuferova, Rotterdam School of Management "Intraday Return Predictability, Informed Limit Orders, and Algorithmic Trading"
10.02, 12:15-13:45  Aud. Karl Borch Deniz Okat, Aalto University "Too Big To Rush"
16.02, 12:15-13:45  Aud. Karl Borch Sahil Raina, University of Michigan "VC financing and the entrepreneurship gender gap"
18.03, 12:45-14:00  Aud. Karl Borch Christian Heyerdahl-Larsen, London Business School "Asset Prices and Portfolio Choice with Learning from Experience"
15.04, 12:45-14:00  Aud. Karl Borch Patrick Verwijmeren, Erasmus University "The Buyers' Perspective on Security Design: Hedge Funds and Convertible Bond Call Provisions"
29.04, 12:45-14:00  Aud. Finn Kydland                         Daniel Metzger, Stockholm School of Economics "Since you are so rich, you must be really smart: Talent and the Finance Wage Premium"
20.05, 14:15-15:30  Aud. Finn Kydland Henrik Cronqvist, University of Miami "In the Red: The effects of Color on Investment Behavior"
27.05, 10:45-12:00  Aud. Karl Borch Micah S Officer, Loyola Marymount University "The effect of cultural similarity on mergers and acquisitions"
03.06, 10:45-12:00  Aud. Karl Borch Ing-Haw Cheng, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College "Do Managers do Good with Other People's Money?"