FINANS | Bergen events
Members of Finans|Bergen are invited to attend Finans|Bergen practioner seminar and networking events, in addition to faculty research seminars hosted by the Department of Finance.
|4 October - Aud. Karl Borch, NHH||
Seminar by Professor Ulf Osterberg, NTNU
The Future of Fintech: The Communication and Quantum Revolutions
|16 May - Aud Karl Borch, NHH||
Seminar by Professor Hendrik Bessembinder, Arizona State University
|8 February - Aud Karl Borch, NHH||Seminar - Recent Developments in Finance|
|24 November - Aud. Jan Mossin, NHH||Workshop on Competition and stability in the banking market|
|6 June - Meeting room on the 9th floor, NHH||Workshop with Prof. Nils Friewald|
|19 October - Aud. Karl Borch, NHH||
"MORK - Discussion" (in Norwegian)
|20 May - Aud. Finn Kydland, NHH||
(practitioner seminar also held at the The Norwegian Society of Financial Analysts, Oslo, 18 May)
"In the Red: The effects of Color on Investment Behavior"
|29 May - Aud. Karl Borch, NHH||
(practitioner seminar also held at The Norwegian Society of Financial Analysts, Oslo 28 May)
"Evaluating the Impact of the Boss: Evidence from CEO Hospitalization Events"
|24 April - Aud. Agnar Sandmo, NHH||"Why do banks practice regulatory arbitrage? Evidence from Usage of Trust Preferred Securities"
Rudiger Fahlenbrach, Associate Professsor and Senior Chair, Swiss Finance Institute
|23 October - Aud. C, NHH||"Scale and Skill in Active Management"
Lubos Pastor, Charles P. McQuaid Professor of Finance, Booth School of Business, University of Chicago
|23 May - Aud. Karl Borch, NHH||"Measuring Skill in the Mutual Fund Industry"
Jonathan B. Berk, Professor of Finance, Stanford Graduate School of Business
|11 September - Aud. Karl Borch, NHH||"Economic Policy and Sustainable Growth"
Finn E. Kydland, Richard P. Simmons Distinguished University Professor of Finance, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University and University of California Santa Barbara, Nobel Laureate (2004)
|5 October - Aud. Finn Kydland, NHH||"Measuring Systemic Risk - the NYU Stern methodology for identifying systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs) and the relation to prevailing and forthcoming regulations"
Viral V. Acharya, Starr Professor of Economics, NYU Stern School of Business, New York
|1 June - Aud. Jan Mossin, NHH||"The value effect"
Kenneth R. French, Carl E. and Catherine M. Heidt Professor of Finance, Tuck School of Buisness at Dartmouth College
|18 November - Aud. Karl Borch, NHH||"The future European landscape"
Kai A. Konrad, Managing Directo, Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, Munich