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All seminars take place from 4-5.30pm in OLD 3.21, 3rd Floor, Old Building, Houghton Street, unless otherwise stated.   For more information, contact fmg@lse.ac.uk.

Summer Term 2017

26 April: Nick Roussanov (Wharton)
Marketing Mutual Funds

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

10 May: Anna Cieslak (Duke)

17 May: Brett Green (Berkeley)

24 May: Malcolm Baker (Harvard)

31 May: Adlai Fisher (UBC)

7 June: Monika Piazzesi (Stanford)



Lent Term 2017

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

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

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

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


Michaelmas Term 2016

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

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

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

19 October: Liyan Yang (Toronto)
Good disclosure, bad disclosure

26 October: Antoinette Schoar (MIT)

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

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

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

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

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

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