Finance Seminar Series - Summer term 2018

The seminar takes place every Tuesday from 4:15 p.m. to - 5:30 p.m. in room "Deutsche Bank" in the House of Finance. Paper download (PDF) will be enabled when available.
Organizer: Holger Kraft, Thomas Mosk
Assistant: Sebastian Wagner
We gratefully acknowledge financial support by Alfons und Gertrud Kassel Stiftung and the Center of Excellence "Sustainable Architecture for Finance in Europe" (SAFE).
Former Seminars:

Summer term 2019Winter term 2018/2019
Summer term 2018Winter term 2017/2018
Summer term 2017Winter term 2016/2017
Summer term 2016Winter term 2015/2016
Summer term 2015Winter term 2014/2015
Summer term 2014Winter term 2013/2014
Summer term 2013Winter term 2012/2013
Summer term 2012Winter term 2011/2012
Summer term 2011Winter term 2010/2011
Summer term 2010Winter term 2009/2010
Summer term 2009Winter term 2008/2009
Summer term 2008Winter term 2007/2008
Summer term 2007Winter term 2006/2007
Summer term 2006Winter term 2005/2006
Summer term 2005

Winter term 2004/2005

1.10 AprWayne R. GuayThe Wharton School, University of PennsylvaniaThe Role of Executive Cash Bonuses in Providing Individual and Team Incentives
2.24 Apr Martin LettauHaas School of Business, University of California at BerkeleyEstimating Latent Asset-Pricing Factors
3.08 Mai Tarek Alexander HassanBoston UniversityFirm-Level Political Risk: Measurement and Effects
4.05 JunAngelo RanaldoSwiss Institute of Banking & Finance s/bf-HSG, University of St.GallenOTC Premia
5. 12 Jun Byoung-Hyoun HwangCornell UniversityThe Emergence of "Social Executives" and its Consequences for Financial Markets
6.19 JunMichael Hasler Rotman School of Management, University of TorontoAsset Pricing with Persistence Risk
7.26 JunCasey RothschildWellesley College Department of EconomicsSophistication and search in financial markets
8.03 JulFrancesco D'AcuntoUniversity of Maryland, R.H. Smith School of BusinessFinance, Talent Allocation, and Growth
9.10 JulHarjoat BhamraImperial College Business SchoolDo Individual Behavioral Biases Affect Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy?