Seminars

Banking and Finance Workshop

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First term

22 September 2021

13:30

Onsite - Oren Sussman (Saïd Business School), Quality and Productivity in Aircraft Sales: Why the Welfare Costs of Fire Sales are Overstated.

20 October 2021

13:30

Onsite - Loriana Pelizzon (Goethe University Frankfurt), The Salience of ESG Ratings for Stock Pricing: Evidence from (Potentially) Confused Investors (joint with Aleksandra and Kathleen Weiss Hanley).

8 November 2021

15:00

Online - Andrew Winton (University of Minnesota), Loans and Lies: Does Bank Monitoring Reduce Corporate Misreporting? (joint with Minwen Li and Tanakorn Makaew).

22 November 2021

13:30

Online - Raghuram Rajan (University of Chicago), Liquidity, liquidity everywhere, not a drop to use - Why flooding banks with central bank reserves may not expand liquidity (joint with Viral V Acharya).

29 November 2021

13:30

Onsite - Pasquale Della Corte (Imperial College London), The Double-Edged Sword of the 2020 European Short-Selling Bans (joint with Robert Kosowski, Nikolaos P. Rapanos and Dimitris Papadimitriou).

Second term

21 February 2022

13:30

Onsite - Thierry Foucault (HEC Foundation), Does Alternative Data Improve Financial Forecasting? The Horizon Effect (joint with Olivier Dessaint and Laurent Frésard).

21 March 2022

13:30

Online - Joao Santos (Federal Reserve Bank of New York), The Costs of Corporate Debt Overhang (joint with Kristian Blickle).

29 March 2022

13:30

Onsite - Florens Odendahl (Banco de España), ECB Communication and Financial Markets.

Third term

4 April 2022

15:00

Online - Tarek Alexander Hassan (Harvard University), Sources and Transmission of Country Risk (joint with Markus Schwedeler).

18 April 2022

13:30

Onsite - Simone Lenzu (NYU), Zombie Lending and Policy Traps (joint with Viral V. Acharya and Olivier Wang).

25 April 2022

13:30

Online - Dong Beom Choi (Seoul National University), Whatever it takes: Market Maker of Last Resort and its Fragilities (joint with Tanju Yorulmazer).

28 April 2022

13:30

CANCELLED joint EMW Vicente Cuñat (LSE), Which Workers Suffer (or Benefit) from Firm-Level Uncertainty Shocks (joint with Andrea Caggese and Daniel Metzger).

16 May 2022

16:00

Online - Adrien Matray (Princeton University), The Real Effects of Banking the Poor: Evidence from Brazil (joint with Julia Fonseca).

30 May 2022

13:30

Online - Yunzhi Hu (UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School ), Debt Maturity Management (joint with Felipe Varas and Chao Ying).

20 June 2022

13:30

Onsite - Claudia Robles (Stanford Graduate School of Business), Competition and Scope in Banking: The Case of Small Business Lending (joint with Matteo Benetton and Greg Buchak).

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