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Research Seminars

31
Jan

Dr Faek Menla Ali (University of Sussex): paper title tbc

An Economics and Finance research seminar.

21
Feb
22
Feb

Marco Migueis (The Federal Reserve System, US): Forward-looking and...

The Advanced Measurement Approach (AMA) to operational risk capital is vulnerable to gaming, complex, and lacks comparability.

28
Feb

Dr Rish Singhania (University of Exeter): paper title tbc

An Economics and Finance research seminar.

07
Mar

Prof Matthias Pelster (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg): Social...

An Economics and Finance research seminar.

14
Mar
25
Apr

Dr Battal Dogan (University of Lausanne): paper title tbc

An Economics and Finance research seminar.

02
May

Prof Francesco Vallascas (Leeds University): paper title tbc

An Economics and Finance research seminar.

18
Jan

Dr Max Bruche (Cass Business School): Pipeline Risk in Leveraged...

Leveraged term loans are typically arranged by banks but distributed to institutional investors.

17
Jan

Dr Xiafei Li (Nottingham): Financial Constraints, Stock liquidity,...

We examine stock illiquidity in explaining the mixed relation between financial constraints and stock returns.

14
Dec

Virtue at Work. A public lecture by Professor Geoff Moore

What does it mean to be a virtuous individual? Can managers be virtuous? Can we apply the ideas of virtue to organisations, and if so what implications might that have?

13
Dec

Dr Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay (Birmingham University): Triggering...

We analyse the effect of a non-partisan, profit-maximizing media outlet on the policy choice of an office-seeking politician of unknown quality, facing a swing voter.

13
Dec

Professor Emili Tortosa Ausina (Universitat Jaume, Spain): Ethical...

The aim of this study is comparing the performance of socially responsible (SR) mutual lfunds according their ethical strategy focus: Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), environmental, religious and undefined.

06
Dec

Roger Peverelli: Reinventing Customer Engagement

Three guiding principles for the next level of digital transformation for banks and insurers. Best practices from across the globe, inside and outside the industry.

06
Dec

Dr Helmuts Azacis (Cardiff University): Repeated Implementation...

We study repeated implementation in a model with overlapping generations of agents. It is assumed that the preferences of agents do not change during their lifetime.

29
Nov

Prof Sujoy Mukerji (Queen Mary University): Trading ambiguity: a...

We analyse equilibrium in assets markets where the return of an asset is uncertain and ambiguous in the sense that there is uncertainty about the probability distribution governing each random return.

28
Nov

Dr Weining Wang (Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin and City University...

The complex tail dependency structure in a dynamic network with a large number of nodes is an important object to study. Here we propose a network quantile autoregression model (NQAR), which characterizes the dynamic quantile behavior.

22
Nov

Dr Dong Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology): Dissecting Event...

The current paradigm of management research places a primary emphasis on entities’ static characteristics. The events experienced by entities, however, are also affecting and altering entities.

22
Nov

Prof Dakshina De Silva (Lancaster University): Dealer Networks in...

We apply network theory to study auction outcomes in the market for fine art. Using a unique historical data set, we investigate the drivers of strategic network formation between agents and the effect of network structure on artwork prices.

22
Nov

Professor Daniel Muzio (Newcastle University Business School):...

Seminar organised by the Centre for Organisations and Society.

16
Nov

Dr Michael Halling (Stockholm School of Economics): Up the stairs,...

While a large literature on return predictability has shown a link between valuation levels and expected rates of returns, we document a robust link between valuation levels and the shape of the distribution of cumulative (up to 24 months) total returns.

08
Nov

Dr Sandra Batten (Bank of England): Research, innovation and...

This paper investigates the role of research and innovation in productivity growth within UK companies in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.

08
Nov

Dr Michele Piazzai (Delft University of Technology, Policy and...

A Management and Marketing research seminar.

02
Nov

Dr Toru Kitagawa (University College London): Who should be...

One of the main objectives of empirical analysis of experiments and quasi-experiments is to inform policy decisions that determine the allocation of treatments to individuals with different observable covariates.

01
Nov

Prof Mike Elsby (University of Edinburgh): Vacancy Chains

Replacement hiring—recruitment that seeks to replace positions vacated by workers who quit—is a prominent feature of empirical firm dynamics.

01
Nov

Professor G Kastberg (Gothenburg University, Sweden): Management...

Seminar organised by the Centre for Ethical Finance.

31
Oct

Professor Gerlinde Mautner (Vienna University of Economics and...

Seminar organised by the Centre for Organisations and Society.

27
Oct

Dr Catherine K Lam (City University of Hong Kong): What Makes a...

Research on creativity has emphasized on the importance of intrinsic drive (doing your task for its own sake) in promoting individual creativity.