Finance Seminar Series - Summer term 2015

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 Research Center "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

Date:Speaker:Affiliation: Topic:
1.14. Apr.Jonathan BrogaardUniversity of WashingtonHigh Frequency Trading and Market Integration 
2.28. Apr.Michael WeberChicago Booth School of BusinessDistrust in Finance Lingers: Jewish Persecution and Households' Investments
3.5. MayAlessandro PreviteroIvey School of Business, University of Western OntarioRetail Financial Advice: Does One Size Fit All?
4.12. MayMartin OehmkeColumbia Business School

The Anatomy of the CDS Market

5.2. Jun

Erwan Morellec


6.9. JunStephan SiegelMichael G. Foster School of Business, 
University of Washington
The Cultural Origin of Preferences: CEO Cultural Heritage and Corporate Investment
7.16. JunHendrik HakenesUniversity of BonnSeparating Trading and Banking: Consequences for Financial Stability
8.23. JunAntje BerndtPoole College of Management, NC State UniversityA Credit Spread Puzzle for Reduced-Form Models
9.30. JunJohannes StroebelNYU SternDo Banks Pass Through Credit Expansions? The Marginal Profitability of Consumer Lending During the Great Recession
107. JulIvo WelchUCLA Anderson School of ManagementThe (Time-Varying) Importance of Disaster Risk
11.14. JulOlivier LedoitUniversity of ZurichNonlinear Shrinkage of the Covariance Matrix for Portfolio Selection: Markowitz Meets Goldilocks