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Capital Markets Workshop 2014


Lent Term 2014 

29 January 2014: David Sraer (Princeton)
Housing Collateral and Entrepreneurship| [PDF]

19 February 2014: Leonid Kogan (MIT)
Measuring the “Dark Matter” in Asset Pricing Models| [PDF]

20 February 2014: Heitor Almeida (University of Illinois)
The Real Effects of Sovereign Credit Rating Downgrades|  [PDF]

26 February 2014: Margarita Tsoutsoura (Booth)
Tax Evasion Across Industries: Soft Credit Evidence from Greece (no paper available)

5 March 2014: Markus Brunnermeier (Princeton)
Hot Money, Sudden Stops and Pecuniary Externalities: A Rationale for Capital Controls|  [PDF]

 12 March 2014: Michael Roberts (Wharton)
The Impact of Government Debt on Corporate Financing and Investment (no paper available)

19 March 2014: Oliver Hart (Harvard)
Banks Are Where The Liquidity Is| [PDF]

Summer Term 2014

30 April 2014: Jules van Binsbergen (Stanford)
Measuring Skill in the Mutual Fund Industry and Assessing Asset Pricing Models using Revealed Preference| [PDF]

7 May 2014: Marcin T Kacperczyk (Imperial)
Investor Sophistication and Capital Income Inequality

14 May John Griffin (Texas)
Did Bad Mortgage Origination Practices Distort House Prices?

21 May 2014: Christian Lundblad (UNC)
Stock Market Valuations Across U.S. States [PDF]

28 May 2014: Rene Stulz (OSU)
Why Do Banks Practice Regulatory Arbitrage? Evidence from Usage of Trust Preferred Securities| [PDF]

4 June 2014: Xavier Gabaix (NYU)
International Liquidity and Exchange Rate Dynamics| [PDF]

11 June 2014: Paul Oyer (Stanford)
Do MBAs Pick Winning Stocks When Choosing Their First Job?| [PDF]

25 June 2014: Christian Wagner (CBS)
Sovereign risk and currency returns

2 July 2014: Annette Vissing-Jorgensen (Haas)
Stock returns over the FOMC cycle| [PDF]