Campuses:

2010 Corporate Finance Conference

Conference Participants

Hui Chen (MIT)

"Macroeconomic Risk and Debt Overhang" (276.94 KB) with Gustavo Manso
Discussant: Santiago Bazdresch (University of Minnesota)

Alex Edmans (Wharton)

"Short-Term Termination Without Deterring Long-Term Investment: A Theory of Debt and Buyouts" (288.79 KB)
Discussant: Raj Aggarwal (University of Minnesota)

Mike Fishman (Northwestern)

"Valuation and the Volatility of Investment" with Jonathan Parker
Discussant: Andy Winton (University of Minnesota)

Rick Green (Carnegie Mellon)

"Financial Expertise as an Arms Race" (1.51 MB)  with Vincent Glode and Richard Lowery
Discussant: Bruce Carlin (UCLA)

Michael Roberts (Wharton)

"Do Peer Firms Affect Corporate Financial Policy?" (326.26 KB) with Mark Leary
Discussant: Tracy Wang (University of Minnesota)

Murray Frank (University of Minnesota)

"Credit Market Timing" with Pedram Nezafat
Discussant: Lubomir Litov (Washington University at St. Louis and University of Arizona)

Yuliy Sannikov (Princeton)

"A Macroeconomic Model with a Financial Sector"

Ilya Strebulaev (Stanford)

"Empirical Corporate Finance in a Dynamic World" (47.44 KB) with Arthur Korteweg
Discussant: Dmitry Livdan (Berkeley)

Neng Wang (Columbia)

"Market Timing, Investment, and Risk Management" (458.04 KB) with Patrick Bolton and Hui Chen
Discussant: Doriana Ruffino (University of Minnesota)

Raj Singh (University of Minnesota)

"The Economics of Club Bidding in Private Equity" (379.05 KB) with Robert Marquez
Discussant: David Rahman (University of Minnesota, Economics)