Helsinki Finance Seminar

Seminars during the spring term 2022 will be organized in person at the Aalto University School of Business. Details of the seminars will be updated in the table below in due course.

The Helsinki Finance Seminar, arranged within the Graduate School of Finance (GSF) by Aalto University and Hanken School of Economics, will meet on Mondays.

The Helsinki Finance Seminar is supported by the Finnish Foundation for Advancement of Securities Markets.

Time: Monday at 14.45 - 16:00.

Place: Aalto University School of Business (Ekonominaukio 1, Espoo)

For more information you may contact any of the seminar organizers: Mikko Leppämäki (Aalto, GSF), Michael Ungeheuer (Aalto) or Niclas Meyer (Hanken).

21.3.2022 Oliver Spalt University of Mannheim Downward-Sloping Demand Curves for U.S. Equities: Evidence from a Reform of Trust Laws Room V002
4.4.2022 Amit Goyal University of Lausanne and Swiss Finance Institute Cheap Options Are Expensive, with Alex Boulatov, Assaf Eisdorfer & Alexei Zhdanov Room V002
11.4.2022 George Aragon W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University Anticipatory Trading Against Distressed Mega Hedge Funds, with Vikas Agarwal, Vikram Nanda & Kelsey Wei Room V001
2.5.2022 Paul Smeets Maastricht University

Do Financial Advisors Exploit Responsible Investment Preferences?, with Marten Laudi & Utz Weitzel

Room T004
16.5.2022 Kathrin Schlafmann Copenhagen Business School Designing Pension Plans According to Consumption-Savings Theory, with Roine Vestman & Ofer Setty Room V001
23.5.2022 Cristian Tiu University of Buffalo COVID-19 and the Illusion of Productivity, with Yuxiang Jiang, Ruijie Liu & Dominik Roesch Room V001
30.5.2022 Alminas Zaldokas Hong Kong University of Technology Do Board Connections Between Product Market Peers Impede Competition?, with Radhakrishnan Gopalan & Renping Li Room U006
6.6.2022 Jonathan Brogaard University of Utah Does Floor Trading Matter?, with Matthew C. Ringgenberg & Dominik Rösch Room V001

Previous seminars

Forthcoming seminars