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FL2019 Finance Seminars
Date Time / Location Speaker, Institution Paper Title

09/13/2019
 

10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241

Samuel Hartzmark
University of Chicago, Booth School of Business

Ownership, Learning, and Beliefs

09/20/2019

10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241

Peter DeMarzo
Stanford Graduate School of Business

Leverage Dynamics without Commitment

Presidential Address: Collateral and Commitment

09/27/2019

10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241

Erik Gilji, Wharton School
University of Pennsylvania

Personal Wealth and Self-Employment (DRAFT-not for distribution)

10/04/2019

10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241

Timothy McQuade
Stanford Graduate School of Business

The Contribution of High-Skilled Immigrants to Innovation in the United States

10/11/2019

10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241

Scott R. Baker, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

The Riskiness of Owning Versus Renting Housing

10/18/2019

10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241

Xavier Giroud
Columbia Business School

Firms Internal Networks and Local Economic Shocks

10/25/2019

10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241

Holger Mueller
NYU, Stern School of Business

Reducing Barriers to Enrollment in Federal Student Loan Repayment Plans: Evidence from the Navient Field Experiment

  11/01/2019   10:30A-12:00P
   Simon Hall 241
 Amir Kermani
 University of California, Berkeley-Haas
  Two Tales of Debt
  11/08/2019   10:30A-12:00P
   Simon Hall 241
 Anastassia Fedyk
 University of California, Berkeley-Haas
Trading on Talent: Human Capital and Firm Performance
  11/15/2019   10:30A-12:00P
   Simon Hall 241
 Philip Bond
 University of Washington,
 Foster School of Business
Silence is Safest: non-disclosure when the audience's preferences are uncertain
  12/06/2019   10:30A-12:00P
   Simon Hall 241
 Gregor Matvos
 
Kellogg School of Management,
 Northwestern University
 
  12/13/2019   10:30A-12:00P
   Simon Hall 241
Doron Levit, Wharton School
University of Pennsylvania
 













 



 


SP2019 Finance Seminars

Date Time / Location Speaker, Institution Paper Title
 01/18/2019  10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
 Zhi Da, Notre Dame Leverage Networks and Market Contagion
 Wednesday
 01/23/2019
 10:00A-11:30A
 Simon Hall 241
 Juhani Linnainmaa, USC Factor Momentum and the Momentum Factor
 02/01/2019 10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
 Vikas Agarwal, Georgia State Violence and investor behavior: Evidence from terrorist attacks
 02/08/2019 10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
 Marcin Kacperczyk, Imperial College London The Private Production of Safe Assets
 03/01/2019 10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
 Alexander Chinco, University of Illinois The Madness Of Crowds And The Likelihood Of Bubbles
 03/22/2019 10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
 Yueran Ma, University of
 Chicago-Booth
Anatomy of Corporate Borrowing Constraints
 03/29/2019 10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
 Stavros Panageas, UCLA Finance in a Time of Disruptive Growth
 04/05/2019 10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
 Andres Liberman, NYU The Equilibrium Effects of Information Deletion: Evidence from Consumer Credit Markets
 04/12/2019 10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
   
 04/19/2019 10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
 Laura Veldkamp, Columbia Long Run Growth of Financial Data Technology
 04/26/2019 10:30A-12:00P
 Simon Hall 241
 Hengjie Ai, University of Minnesota Identifying preference for early resolution from asset prices

FL2018 Finance Seminars

Date Time / Location Speaker, Institution Title of Paper
08/31/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Carolin Pflueger, University of British Columbia A Measure of Risk Appetite for the Macroeconomy
09/07/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Mao Ye, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Who Supplies Liquidity, and When?
09/14/2018 09:00-10:30A
Simon Hall 241
Kelly Shue, Yale University Can the Market Multiply and Divide? Non-Proportional Thinking in Financial Markets
09/21/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Cary Frydman, University of Southern California Efficient Coding and Risky Choice
09/28/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Alp Simsek, Massachusetts Institute of Technology A Risk-centric Model of Demand Recessions and Macroprudential
10/05/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Francesca Cornelli, London Business School Do Short Selling Constraints Matter?
10/12/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Philip Strahan, Boston College Stress Tests and Small Business Lending
10/19/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Alexi Savov, New York University Liquidity Creation as Volatility Risk
10/26/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Kent Daniel, Columbia University The Cross-Section of Risk and Return
11/02/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Joseph Engelberg, UC San Diego, Radu School Of Management Are Cross-Sectional Predictors Good Market-Level Predictors?
CANCELED
11/09/2018
10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Peter DeMarzo, Stanford Graduate School of Business TBA
11/30/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Amit Seru, Stanford Graduate School of Business The Limits of Shadow Banks
12/07/2018 10:30A-12:00P
Simon Hall 241
Jonathan Parker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Belief Disagreement and Portfolio Choice


FL2017 - SP2018 Finance Seminars

Date Speaker, Institution Title of Paper
09/01/2017 Nadya Malenko, Boston College Proxy Advisory Firms: The Economics of Selling Information to Voters
09/15/2017 Johannes Stroebel, NYU House Price Beliefs and Mortgage Leverage Choice
09/22/2017 Emily Breza, Havard University Measuring the Equilibrium Impacts of Credit: Evidence from the Indian Microfinance Crisis
09/29/2017 Victoria Vanasco, Stanford Securitization, Ratings, and Credit Supply
10/13/2017 Stefan Nagel, University of Michigan Shrinking the Cross Section
10/20/2017 Konstantin Milbradt, Northwestern, Kellogg Volatility, volume, and liquidity in Over-The-Counter markets
10/27/2017 Atif Mian, Princeton How Do Credit Supply Shocks Affect the Real Economy? Evidence from the United States in the 1980s
11/03/2017 Gonzalo Maturana, Emory University Collateral Misreporting in the RMBS Market
11/13/2017 Richard H. Clarida, Columbia University and Pimco The Global Factor in R*: Implications for Exchange Rates, Monetary Policy, and Policy Coordination  
11/17/2017 Wei Xong, Princeton Real Estate Boom and Misallocation of Capital in China  
12/01/2017 David Thesmar, MIT Sloan Aggregating Estimates of Firm-level Capital  
12/08/2017 Christine Parlour, Berkeley Making Money: Commercial Banks, Liquidity Transformation and the Payment System
12/12/2017 Emily Gallagher Medicaid and Household Savings Behavior: New Evidence from Tax Refunds
12/15/2017 Jessie Jiaxu Wang, ASU Bank Networks and Systemic Risk: Evidence from the National Banking Acts
01/26/2018 Ville Rantala, Univ. of Miami How Do Investment Ideas Spread through Social Interaction? Evidence from a Ponzi Scheme
02/09/2018 Daniel Andrei, UCLA Learning and the improving relationship between investment and q
02/16/2018 Anton Tsoy, EIEF Asymmetric Information and Security Desigh under Knightian Uncertainty
03/2/2018 Wenxin Du, Federal Reserve Board The dollar, bank leverage and the deviation from covered interest party
03/09/2018 Lin William Cong, University of Chicago-Booth Insider Investor and Information
03/23/2018 Murillo Campello, Cornell University Exporting Uncertainty: The Impact of Brexit on Corporate America
03/30/2018 Uday Rajan, University of Michigan Credit Ratings: Strategic Issuer Disclosure and Optimal Screening
04/05/2018
 
Po-Hsuan Hsu, University of Hong Kong New Market Entry, Trademarks, and Stock Returns
04/06/2018 Andrey Malendo, MIT Selling to Advised Buyers
04/13/2018 Ron Kaniel, University of Rochester Relative Pay for Non-Relative Performance: Keeping up with the Joneses with Optimal Contracts
04/20/2018 Frederic Malherbe, LBS A positive analysis of bank behavior under capital requirements
04/27/2018 Sydney Ludvigson, NYU Uncertainty and Business Cycles: Exogenous Impulse or Endogenous Response?
05/10/2018 Andrew Winton, University of Minnesota Soft Collateral, Bank Lending, and the Optimal Credit Rating System

FL2016 - SP2017 Finance Seminars

Date Speaker, Institution Title of Paper
09/09/2016 Tano Santos,
Columbia Business School
Savings Gluts and Financial Fragility
09/16/2016 Adrien Verdelhan, MIT Deviations from Covered Interest Rate Parity
09/23/2016 Pierre-Olivier Weill, UCLA Incentive Constrained Risk Sharing, Segmentation, and Asset Pricing (NOT FOR CIRCULATION)
09/30/2016 Daniel Paravisini, LSE/UK Adverse Selection on Maturity: Evidence from Online Consumer Credit
10/07/2016 John M. Griffin
University of TX, Austin
Do Labor Markets Discipline? Evidence from RMBS Bankers
(NOT FOR CIRCULATION)
10/14/2016 Andrea Vedolin, LSE Central Bank Communication and the Yield Curve
(NOT FOR CIRCULATION)
10/21//2016 Charles Calomiris
Columbia Business School
Interbank Networks in the National Banking Era: Their Purpose and Their Role in the Panic of 1893
10/28/2016 Alan Moreira, Yale Volatility Managed Portfolios
11/04/2016 Mariano M. Croce, UNC Government Debt and the Returns to Innovation
11/11/2016 Charles J. Hadlock
Michigan State
Blockholder Heterogeneity, Multiple Blocks, and the Dance Between Blockholders
12/02/2016 Daniel Carvalho, USC The Impact of Bank Credit on Labor Reallocation and Aggregate Industry Productivity
12/09/2016 David A. Matsa
Northwestern-Kellogg
Home Values and Job Search during the Great Recession
(NOT FOR CIRCULATION)
03/24/2017 Guillermo Ordonez, Univ of PA Good Booms, Bad Booms
03/31/2017 Douglas Diamond
Univ of Chicago, Booth Sch
Pledgeability, Industry Liquidity, and Financing Cycles
04/07/2017 Victoria Ivashina, HBS Monetary Policy and Global Banking
04/14/2017 Stij Van Nieuweburgh
NYU, Stern
Are Mutual Fund Managers Paid For Investment Skill?
04/21/2017 Vikrant Vig, LBS The Political Economy of Bank Bailouts
04/28/2017 William Goetzmann, Yale Crash Beliefs From Investor Surveys


FL2015 - SP2016 Finance Seminars

Date Speaker, Institution Title of Paper
9/4/2015 Taylor Begley, London Business School "The Strategic Under-Reporting of Bank Risk"
9/11/2015 Marco Di Maggio, Columbia Business School "Deregulation, Competition and the Race to the Bottom"
9/18/2015 Rajkamal Iyer, MIT Sloan School of Management "Securities Trading by Banks and Credit Supply: Micro-Evidence from the Crisis"
9/25/2015 Randall Wright, University of Wisconsin-Madison - Wisconsin School of Business "Money and Credit Redux"
10/2/2015 Nicolae Garleanu, University of California-Berkeley - Haas School of Business "Efficiently Inefficient Markets for Assets and Asset Management"
10/16/2015 Markus Brunnermeier, Princeton University "The I Theory of Money"
10/23/2015 Manju Puri, Duke University A Tale of Two Runs: Depositor Responsese to Bank Solvency Risk
10/29/2015 Martin Oehmke, Columbia Business School Bank Resolution and the Structure of Global Banks
11/13/2015 Shai Bernstein, Stanford Asset Reallocation in Bankruptcy
11/20/2015 Kerry Back, Rice University - Jones Graduate School of Business Activism, Strategic Trading, and Liquidity
12/4/2015 Andrea Eisfeldt, UCLA - Anderson School of Management Risk and Return in Segmented Markets with Expertise
12/11/2015 Vincent Glode, Wharton - University of Pennsylvania (De)centralizing Trade
4/1/2016 Andrew Lo, MIT Variety Is the Spice of Life: Irrational Behavior as Adaptation to Stochastic Environments; Group Selection as Behavioral Adaptation to Systematic Risk; An Evolutionary Model of Bounded Rationality and Intelligence; The Origin of Behavior; The origin of risk aversion
4/8/2016 Amil Dasgupta, London School of Economics Wolf Pack Activism
4/15/2016 Francesco Trebbi, University of British Columbia Regulation and Market Liquidity
4/22/2016 Dennis Gromb, INSEAD Financially Constrained Arbitrage and Croww-Market Contagion
4/29/2016 Motohiro Yogo, Princeton An Equilibrium Model of Institutional Demand and Asset Prices






















FL2014 - SP2015 Finance Seminars

Date Speaker, Institution Title of Paper
9/12/2014 Philipp Schnabl, New York University Central Funding and Bank Lending
9/19/2014 Annette Vissing-Jorgensen, University of California, Berkeley Stock Returns over the FOMC Cycle
9/26/2014 Hui Chen, MIT Measuring the "Dark Matter" in Asset Pricing Models
10/3/2014 Brett Green, University of California, Berkeley Adverse Selection, Slow Moving Capital and Misallocation
10/17/2014 Arvind Krishnamurthy, Stanford University Efficient Credit Policies in a Housing Debt Crisis
10/24/2014 Gary Gorton, Yale University Banks as Secret Keepers
10/31/2014 Alex Edmans, London Business School The Real Costs of Financial Efficiency When Some Information Is Soft
11/14/2014 Martin Eichenbaum, Northwestern University Valuation Risk and Asset Pricing
11/21/2014 Nittai Bergman, MIT Financial Accelerator at Work:  Evidence from Corn Fields
12/9/2014 Jonathan Berk, Stanford University Assessing Asset Pricing Models using Revealed Preference
12/12/2014 Paul Tetlock, Columbia University Retail Short Selling and Stock Prices
4/3/2015 Ken Singleton, Stanford University Learning, Dispersion of Beliefs, and Risk Premiums in an Aribitrage-free Term Structure Model
4/17/2015 Ernst-Ludwig von Thadden, University Mannheim A Corporate Governance Asset Pricing Model:  Theory and Evidence
4/24/2015 Alon P. Brav, Duke University Shareholder Power and Corporate Innovation:  Evidence from Hedge Fund Activism
5/1/2015 Dimitri Vayanos, London School of Economics Liquidity Risk an the Dynamics of Arbitrage Capital