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Capital Markets Workshops

Past Capital Markets Workshops

Academic year 2017-2018
Academic year 2016-2017

  

2017-2018

Michaelmas Term 2017  

27 September 2017: Ravi Bansal (Duke)
Price of Long-Run Temperature Shifts in Capital Markets 

4 October 2017: Eric Swanson (University of California)
Measuring the Effects of Federal Reserve Forward Guidance and Asset Purchases on Financial Markets 

11 October 2017: Pablo Kurlat (Stanford)
Why are Banks Exposed to Monetary Policy? 

18 October 2017: Efraim Benmelech (Northwestern University) 

25 October 2017: Jessica Jeffers (University of Pennsylvania) 

1 November 2017: Samuel Hartzmark (Chicago Booth) 

8 November 2017: Pascal Noel  (Chicago Booth) 

15 November 2017: Ian Dew-Becker (Northwestern University) 

22 November 2017: Juliane Begenau  (Harvard) 

29 November 2017: Yuliy Sannikov (Stanford)

Lent Term 2018 

28 February 2018: Yao Zeng (University of Washington) 

7 March 2018: Valentin Haddad (UCLA Anderson) 

14 March 2018: Peter Koudijs  (Stanford) 

21 March 2018: Kelly Shue (Yale) 

Summer Term 2018 

25 April 2018: Adrien Verdelhan (MIT)
Does Incomplete Spanning in International Financial Markets Help to Explain Exchange Rates?  

2 May 2018: Jesse Schreger (Columbia Business School)
International Currencies and Capital Allocation  

9 May 2018: Vish Viswanathan   (Duke University)
Financing Insurance 

16 May 2018: Constantine Yannelis (NYU Stern School of Business)
A Day Late and a Dollar Short: Liquidity and Household Formation among Student Borrowers  

23 May 2018: Erik Stafford (Harvard Business School)
Do Banks have an Edge? 

30 May 2018: Ron Kaniel  (University of Rochester)
Relative Pay for Non-Relative Performance: Keeping up with the Joneses with Optimal Contracts 

6 June 2018: Philip Bond (University of Washington)
The equilibrium consequences of indexing 

 

 

2016-2017

Michaelmas Term 2016

28 September 2016: Morten Sorenson (Columbia)
Are CEOs different? Characteristics of Top Managers

5 October 2016: Marco di Maggio (Harvard)
The Relevance of Broker Networks for Information Diffusion in the Stock Market

12 October 2016: Sydney Ludvigson (NYU)
Capital Share Risk and Shareholder Heterogeneity in U.S. Stock Pricing

19 October 2016: Liyan Yang (Toronto)
Good Disclosure, Bad Disclosure

26 October 2016: Antoinette Schoar (MIT)
Do Credit Card Companies Screen for Behavioral Biases?

2 November 2016: Tobias Adrian (Federal Reserve)
Nonlinearity and Flight to Safety in the risk-return trade-off for stocks and bonds

9 November 2016: Victoria Vanasco (Stanford)
Securitization, ratings, and credit supply

16 November 2016: Amit Seru (Stanford)
The Market for Financial Adviser Misconduct

23 November 2016: Jialan Wang (University of Illinois)
Minimum payments and debt paydown in consumer credit cards

30 November 2016: Francois Gourio (Chicago Federal Reserve Banks)
Risk premia at the ZLB: a macroeconomic interpretation

7 December 2016: Anil Kashyap (Chicago Booth)
Optimal Bank Regualtion in the Presence of Credit and Run Risk

Lent Term 2017

1 March 2017: Johan Walden (Berkeley)
Mortgage Loan-Flow Networks and Financial Norms 

8 March 2017: Steve Kaplan (Chicago Booth)
How do Venture Capitalists Make Decisions?

15 March 2017: Bradyn Breon-Drish (UC San Diego)
Dynamic Information Acquisition and Strategic Trading

22 March 2017: Camelia Kuhnen (UNC Kenan-Flagle)
Socioeconomic Status and Macroeconomic Expectations

Summer Term 2017

26 April 2017: Nick Roussanov (Wharton)
Marketing Mutual Funds

3 May 2017: David Scharfstein (Harvard)
Bank Risk Taking and the Real Economy: evidence from the housing boom and its aftermath

10 May 2017: Anna Cieslak (Duke)
The Economics of the Fed Put

17 May 2017: Brett Green (Berkeley)
Bargaining and News

24 May 2017: Malcolm Baker (Harvard)
Detecting anomalies: the relevance and power of standard asset pricing tests

31 May 2017: Adlai Fisher (UBC)
Media Attention, Macroeconomic Fundamentals and the Stock Market

7 June 2017: Monika Piazzesi (Stanford)
Payments, Credit and Asset Prices