Helsinki Finance Seminar

The Helsinki Finance Seminar, arranged within 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 15.15 – 16.30.

Place: Hanken School of Economics, room specified below

For more information you may contact any of the seminar organizers: Mikko Leppämäki (Aalto, GSF) or Matthijs Lof (Aalto) or Timo Korkeamäki (Hanken).

Date
Name
School
Paper
Notes
6.3.2017 Paolo Pasquariello Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan Agency Costs and Strategic Speculation in the U.S. Stock Market Room: Futurum
CANCELLED
13.3.2017
Kim Peijnenburg HEC Paris Understanding the Determinants of Financial Outcomes and Choices: The Role of Noncognitive Abilities, with Gianpaolo Parise Room: 309
20.3.2017 Olga Kuzmina New Economic School Fooling the Savvy Investor? Secrecy and Hedge Fund Performance, with Sergiy Gorovyy and Patrick Kelly Room: 309
27.3.2017 Nils Friewald Norwegian School of Economics Debt Refinancing and Equity Returns, joint with Christian Wagner and Florian Nagler Room: 309
3.4.2017 Ulf von Lilienfeld-Toal University of Luxembourg Identifying the Benefits from Home Ownership: A Swedish Experiment, joint with Paolo Sodini, Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh and Roine Vestman Room: 309
24.4.2017 Omesh Kini Georgia State University, J. Mack Robinson College of Business On the Alignment of Stakeholder Orientation between the Board and Managers, with Sangho Lee and Mo Shen Room: 309
Wednesday
3.5.2017
Bruce D. Grundy University of Melbourne Can Socially-Responsible Firms Survive Competition? Analysis of Corporate Employee Matching Grants, with Ning Gong Note: Exceptional date!
Room: Maximus
8.5.2017 Jules Van Binsbergen The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Real Anomalies, joint with Christian C. Opp Room: Futurum
15.5.2017 Vincent Glode The Wharton Shcool, University of Pennsylvania Voluntary Disclosure in Bilateral Transactions, with Christian Opp and Xingtan Zhang Room: Futurum
Wednesday
17.5.2017
 
Patrick Kelly New Economic School Does Access to Foreign Financing Insulate Firms from Local Shocks? Evidence from the Response of Investable Firms to Monetary Policy, joint with Bill francis and Delroy Hunter Note: Exeptional date!
Room: Futurum
22.5.2017 Brigitte Madrian Harvard Kennedy School Borrowing to Save: Unintended Consequences of Automatic Enrollment Room: Futurum
29.5.2017 Robert Dittmar University of Michigan, Ross School of Business Cross-Market and Cross-Firm Effects in Implified Default Probabilities and Recovery Values, with Jennifer Conrad and Allaudeen Hameed Room: Futurum
5.6.2017
CANCELLED
Heiko Jacobs University of Mannheim Anomalies Across the Globe: Once Public, No Longer Existent? with Sebastian Muller Room: Futurum

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