Finance - Accounting Seminars

(Semester B - Academic Year 2015-2016)

 

Seminars are held at 11:00 in room 408 unless otherwise indicated

Date Speaker/Affiliation Title
1.3.2016 Gideon Saar​
Cornell
Correlated High-Frequency Trading
8.3.2016
 
Ronnie Sadka
Boston College
What do measures of real-time corporate sales tell us about earnings surprises and post-announcement returns?
15.3.2016
14:00
Robert Korajczyk
Kellogg
High-Frequency Market Making to Large Institutional Trades
22.3.2016 Hervé Stolowy
HEC Paris
The Association between Expected Synergies and Post-Acquisition Performance in Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions
29.3.2016 Shai levi
TAU
Brown bag seminar
5.4.2016 Alina Lerman
Yale
Information Transfer and Conference Calls
12.4.2016
 
Philip Bond
U Washington
Bailouts and the information content of investments
19.4.2016 Dan Amiram
Columbia
Tax Avoidance at Public Corporations Driven by Shareholder Demand: Evidence from Changes in Shareholder Dividend Tax Policy
3.5.2016 Paulo Maio
Hanken
New evidence on conditional factor models
9.5.2016
Monday
special seminar
Stanislav Sokolinski
Harvard(PhD student)
 
The Globalization of Angel Investments: Evidence Across Countries
17.5.2016 Avner Kalay
TAU
The Vanishing Stock Dividends
24.5.2016 Christian Opp
Wharton
Can Decentralized Markets be More Efficient?
31.5.2016 Nittai Bergman
MIT,visiting IDC
The Effect of Cash Injections: Evidence from the 1980s Farm Debt Crisis
7.6.2016
Room 302
Gustavo Manso
UC Berkeley
Heterogeneous Innovation over the Business Cycle
     
     

 

 

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