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Finance Department Guest Seminar Archives 2005-2009

Browse the archives below to find information and working papers from past guest seminars hosted by the department of finance.

Fall 2009 Seminar Archives

Fall 2009 Seminar Archives

10/9/09

Sumit Agarwal, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

10/9/09

Murray Carlson, University of British Columbia

10/16/09

Paul Vaaler, Carlson School of Management

10/30/09

Nicolae Gârleanu, University of California, Berkeley

11/13/09

Sergey Tsyplakov, The University of South Carolina

11/20/09

Mikhail Chernov, London Business School

12/4/09

Terrance Odean, University of California, Berkeley

12/11/09

Henrik Cronqvist, Claremont McKenna College

 

Spring 2009 Seminar Archives

Spring 2009 Seminar Archives

1/30/09

Christian Julliard, London School of Economics

2/13/09

Zhiguo He, University of Chicago

2/20/09

Martin Oehmke, Columbia University

3/6/09

Geert Bekaert, Columbia University

3/27/09

Johan Walden, UC-Berkeley

4/3/09

Amir Sufi, University of Chicago

"House Prices, Homeowner Borrowing, and the U.S. Household Leverage Crisis"

4/24/09

Raghuram Rajan, University of Chicago

 

Fall 2008 Seminar Archives

Spring 2008 Seminar Archives

Spring 2008 Seminar Archives

No seminars listed.

Fall 2007 Seminar Archives

Spring 2007 Seminar Archives

Fall 2006 Seminar Archives

Fall 2006 Seminar Archives

9/8/06

Michael Weisbach, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

"Corporate Financial and Investing Policies When Future Financing is not Frictionless" 

9/22/06

Chris Hennessy, University of California at Berkeley

"Corporate Financing Under Repeated Adverse Selection"

9/29/06

Mara Faccio, Vanderbilt University

"Sudden Deaths: Taking Stock Of Political Connections"

10/13/06

David Goldreich, Rotman School, University of Toronto

"Behavioral Biases of Dealers in U.S. Treasury Auctions"

10/20/06

Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh, New York University

"Why Has House Price Dispersion Gone Up?"

11/3/06

Andrea Eisfeldt, Northwestern University

"Leasing, Ability to Repossess, and Debt Capacity"

12/1/06

Michael Johannes, Columbia University

"Understanding Index Option Returns"

12/15/06

Claire Rosenfeld, Carlson School of Management

"The Effect of Banking Relationships on Financially Distressed Firms"

 

Spring 2006 Seminar Archives

Fall 2005 Seminar Archives

Fall 2005 Seminar Archives

9/9/05

Alon Brav, Duke University

"Costly Communication, Shareholder Activism, and Limits to Arbitrage"

9/16/05

Richard Roll, University of California at Los Angeles

"Liquidity and the Law of One Price: The Case of the Futures/Cash Basis"

9/30/05

Cesare Robotti, Federal Reserve Bank

"Asset Pricing Models and Economic Risk Premia: A Decomposition"

10/21/05

Naveen Khanna, Michigan State University

"Good IPO's Draw in Bad: Inelastic Banking Capacity in the Primary Issue Market"

11/4/05

Robert Marquez, University of Maryland

"Governance Mechanisms and Corporate Disclosure"

11/11/05

Peter Bossaerts, California Institute of Technology

"Markowitz in the Brain"

12/2/05

Simon Gervais, Duke University

"Overconfidence, Investment Policy and Manager Welfare"

12/9/05

Holger Mueller, New York University

"Concentrated Ownership and Labor Relations"

 

Spring 2005 Seminar Archives

Spring 2005 Seminar Archives

1/21/05

Murray Frank, University of British Columbia

"The Market Impact of Corporate News Stories"

1/28/05

Armando Gomes, University of Pennsylvania

"Why Do Public Firms Issue Private and Public Equity, Convertibles and Debt?"

3/22/05

Mike Lemmon, University of Utah

"Shareholder Welfare and Bid Negotiation in Freeze-Out Deals: Are Minority Shareholders Left Out in the Cold?"

4/1/05

Andrew Winton, University of Minnesota

"Bank Loans, Bonds, and Information Monopolies across the Business Cycle with Joao Santos"