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Finance Seminars

Die Finance Research Seminars der Frankfurt School dienen Wissenschaftlern aller Fachrichtungen als Forum, ihre Forschungsarbeiten zu präsentieren und mit den Teilnehmern zu diskutieren. Die Veranstaltungen finden üblicherweise während des Semesters mittwochs von 11:30 bis 13:00 Uhr statt.

Wir danken der Interessengemeinschaft Frankfurter Kreditinstitute für die großzügige Förderung dieser Vortragsreihe!

Wir danken der Interessengemeinschaft Frankfurter Kreditinstitute für die großzügige Förderung dieser Vortragsreihe!

Vor und nach dem Vortrag bietet sich die Gelegenheit zum Austausch mit Mitgliedern der Fakultät in Einzelgesprächen.Externe Gäste sind willkommen! Bei Interesse können Sie sich via E-Mail anmelden, um Einladungen zu Research Seminars und anderen Veranstaltungen zu erhalten.


Vergangene Finance Seminare

Ekkehart Boehmer (Singapore Management University)
"Tracking Retail Investor Activity” (jointly Charles M. Jones and Xiaoyang Zhang)

Martin Szydlowski (Carson School of Management, University of Minnesota)
"The Market for Conflicted Advice” (jointly Briana Chang)

Viktor Torodov (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University)
"The Pricing of Tail Risk and the Equity Premium: Evidence from International Option Markets?” (jointly with Torben G. Andersen und Nicola Fusari)

Alon Brav (Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business)
"How Does Hedge Fund Activism Reshape Corporate Innovation?” (jointly with Wei Jiang, Song Ma and Xuan Tian)

Sascha Steffen (University of Mannheim)
"The Zero Risk Fallacy – Banks Sovereign Exposure and Sovereign Risk Spillovers" (jointly with Karolin Kirschenmann und Josef Korte)

William Mann (UCLA Anderson School of Management)
“Collateral constraints, wealth effects, and volatility: evidence from real estate markets” (jointly with Barney Hartman-Glaser)

Emanuel Moench (Deutsche Bundesbank)
“Reach for Yield in Investment Funds” (jointly with Alexandru Barbu and Christoph Fricke)

Philippe Mueller (London School of Economics and Political Science)
“International Illiquidity” (jointly with Aytek Malkhozov, Andrea Vedolin and Gyuri Venter)

Andrey Malenko (MIT Sloan School of Management)
“Proxy Advisory Firms: The Economics of Selling Information to Voters” (jointly with Nadya Malenko)

Laura Starks (McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin)
“Economic Policy Uncertainty, Learning and Incentives: Theory and Evidence on Mutual Funds"(jointly with Sophia Yue Sun)

Liyang Yang (Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto)
“A Model of Costly Interpretation of Asset Prices"(jointly with Xavier Vives)

Martin Schmalz (University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business)
"Common Ownership, Competition, and Top Management Incentives” (jointly Miguel Anton, Florian Ederer and Mireia Gine)

Ulf Axelson (London School of Economics and Political Science)
"Informational Black Holes" (jointly with Igor Makarov)

Daniel Paravisini (London School of Economics and Political Science)
“Adverse Selection on Maturity: Evidence from Online Consumer Credit "(jointly with Andrew Hertzberg and Andres Liberman)

Merih Sevilir (Kelley School of Business)
“Learning Across Peer Firms and Innovation Waves”

Kelly Shue (University of Chicago)
“Consistent Good News and Inconsistent Bad News” (jointly with Rick Harbaugh and John Maxwell)

Vasso Ioannidou (Lancaster University)
“When Do Laws and Instututions Affect Recovery Rates on Collateral?” (jointly with Jose María Liberti and Jason Sturgess)

Anders Tolle (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
"Market Structure and Transaction Costs of Index CDSs” (jointly with Pierre Collin-Dufresne and Benjamin Junge)

Yuri Tserlukevich (Arizona State University)
"Is Market Timing Good for Shareholders?” (jointly with Ilona Babenko and Pengcheng Wan)

Clemens Sialm (McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin)
"Government Debt and Capital Structure Decisions: International Evidence" (jointly with Irem Demirci and Jennifer Huang)

Gustavo Manso (UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business)
“Heterogeneous Innovation over the Business Cycle” (jointly with Benjamin Balsmeier and Lee Flemming)

Tarun Chordia (Goizueta Business School | Emory University)
“Do High Frequency Traders Need to be Regulated? Evidence from Trading on Macroeconomic Announcements” (jointly with T. Clifton Green, Badrinath Kottimukkalur)

Martin Brown (University of St.Gallen)
“Banking Crises, Bail-ins, and Depositor Confidence: Lessons from Cyprus” (jointly with Ioanna S. Evangelou and Helmut Stix)

Matthias Kahl (McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin)
“Operating Leverage and Corporate Financial Policies” (jointly with Jason Lunn and Mattias Nilsson)

Guillaume Plantin (Toulouse School of Economics)
“Marking to Market versus Taking to Market"(jointly with Jean Tirole)

Tim Adam (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
“Managerial Biases and Debt Contract Design: The Case of Syndicated Loans"(jointly with Valentin Burg, Tobias Scheinert and Daniel Streitz)

Michael Weber (Chicago Booth University of Chicago)
"Monetary Policy through Production Networks: Evidence from the Stock Market" (jointly with Francesco D’Acunto, Ryan Liu and Carolin Pflueger)

Nickolay Gantchev (Kenan-Flagler Business School)
“Activism Mergers"(jointly with Nicole M. Boyson and Anil Shivdasani)

Mike Burkart (Stockholm School of Economics)
“Hedge Fund Activism vs. Hostile Takeover Bids” (jointly with Samuel Lee)

30.03.16Bernd Schwaab (ECB)
“The bank-sovereign nexus across borders” (jointly with H.-Johannes Beckenfelder)

Konstantin Milbradt (Kellogg School of Management)
“Volume, liquidity and volatility in OTC markets”

Francois Derrien (HEC Paris)
"The effects of investment bank rankings: Evidence from M&A league tables” (jointly with Olivier Dessaint)

Söhnke Bartram (University of Warwick)
"Why does idiosyncratic risk increase with market risk?" (jointly with Gregory Brown, University of North Carolina and René M. Stulz, Ohio State University)

Lukas Roth (University of Alberta)
"Do Institutional Investors Drive Corporate Social Responsibility? International Evidence" (jointly with Alexander Dyck, University of Toronto; Karl V. Lins, University of Utah and Hannes F. Wagner, Bocconi University)

Vincent Maurin (European University Institute)
"Liquidity Fluctuations in Over the Counter Markets"

Luana Zaccaria (London School of Economics)
"Are Family and Friends the Wrong Investors? Evidence from U.S. Startups"

Christoph Siemroth (University of Mannheim)
"The informational content of prices when policy makers react to financial markets"

Ansgar Walther (University of Oxford)
"Crowding out disclosure: Amplification and stress test design" (jointly with Daniel Quigley, University of Oxford)

Stefano Sacchetto (Carnegie Mellon University)
"Merger Activity in Industry Equilibrium" (jointly with Theodosios Dimopoulos, Swiss Finance Institute & University of Lausanne)

Konstantinos E. Zachariadis (London School of Economics)
"Multi-Asset Noisy Rational Expectations Equilibrium with Contingent Claims" (jointly with Georgy Chabakauri and Kathy Yuan, London School of Economics)

Matthias Efing (Swiss Finance Institute & University of Geneva)"Arbitraging the Basel Securitization Framework: Evidence from German ABS Investment"

Francesco Consonni (Bocconi University)
"Do Firms Hedge Their Labor Costs?"

Esad Smajlbegović (University of Mannheim)
"Regional Economic Activity and Stock Returns"

Jim Goldman (INSEAD)
"Government as Customer of Last Resort: The Stabilizing Effects of Government Purchases on Firms"

Jayant V. Ganguli (University of Essex)
"The pricing effects of ambiguous private information" (jointly with Scott Condiey, Brigham Young University)

Jérôme Dugast (University of Warwick)
"Unscheduled News and Market Dynamics"

Tobias Berg (Bonn University)"Got rejected? Real effects of not getting a loan"

Philipp Illeditsch (Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania)
"Disagreement about Inflation and the Yield Curve" (jointly with Paul Ehling, Norwegian Business School; Michael Gallmeyer, The McIntire School of Commerce and Christian Heyerdahl-Larsen, London Business School)

Francesco Sangiorgi (Stockholm School of Economics)
"Searching for Information" (jointly with Jungsuk Han, Stockholm School of Economics)

George Pennacchi (UIUC College of Business)
"Financial Intermediation Chains in an OTC Market " (jointly with Alexei Tchistyi, UIUC College of Business)

Joël Peress (INSEAD)
"Glued to the TV: Distracted Retail Investors and Stock Market Liquidity" (jointly with Daniel Schmidt, HEC Paris)

Hongjun Yan (Rutgers Business School)
"Financial Intermediation Chains in an OTC Market " (jointly with Ji Shen, London School of Economics and Bin Wei, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta)

Ramin Baghai (Stockholm School of Economics)
"Non-rating revenue and conflicts of interest" (jointly with Bo Becker, Stockholm School of Economics)

Nobuhiro Kiyotaki (Princeton University)
"Wholesale Banking and Bank Runs in Macroeconomic Modelling of Financial Crises" (jointly with Mark Gertler, Princeton University and Andrea Prestipino, Princeton University)

Silvia Rossetto (Toulouse School of Economics)
“Ownership Concentration and Firm Risk: Evidence from the US”

Semyon Malamud (Swiss Finance Institute)
"A Dynamic Equilibrium Model of ETFs"

Annette Vissing-Jørgensen (UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business)
"Stock Returns over the FOMC Cycle" (jointly with Anna Cieslak, Duke University and Adair Morse, University of California Berkeley and NBER)

Alex Edmans (London Business School)
"The Source of Information in Prices and Investment-Price Sensitivity" (jointly with Sudarshan Jayaraman, Simon Business School, University of Rochester)

Andriy Bodnaruk (Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business)
"Cross-Border Alliances and Risk Management" (jointly with Alberto Manconi, Tilburg University; Tim Landvoigt and Massimo Massa, INSEAD)

Doron Levit (Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania)
"Corporate Control Activism" (jointly with Adrian A. Corum, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania)

Stijn Claessens (Federal Reserve System)
"The Role of Foreign Banks in Trade" (jointly with Omar Hassib, Maastricht University and Neeltje van Horen, De Nederlandsche Bank)

Philip Dybvig (Olin Business School)
"How to Squander your Endowment: Pitfalls and Remedies" (jointly with Zhenjiang Qin, Institute of Financial Studies, SWUFE)

Philip Bond (Foster School of Business)
"Buying high and selling low: Stock repurchases and persistent asymmetric information" (jointly with Hongda Zhong, London School of Economics)

Management & Accounting Seminars

Das Research Seminar in Management & Accounting dient Wissenschaftlern als Forum, Forschungsarbeiten zu präsentieren und mit den Teilnehmern zu diskutieren, deren Ergebnisse zum besseren Verständnis beitragen, wie Unternehmen operieren und funktionieren. Eingeladen werden methodisch starke, theoriegeleitete Arbeiten.

Wir danken dem Hersteller für Unternehmenssoftware Lexware GmbH & Co. KG für die großzügige Förderung dieser Vortragsreihe.

Wir danken dem Hersteller für Unternehmenssoftware Lexware GmbH & Co. KG für die großzügige Förderung dieser Vortragsreihe.

Die Veranstaltungen finden üblicherweise während des Semesters dienstags von 12:30 bis 14:00 Uhr statt. Vor und nach dem Vortrag bietet sich die Gelegenheit zum Austausch mit Mitgliedern der Fakultät in Einzelgesprächen.

Externe Gäste sind willkommen! Bei Interesse können Sie sich via E-Mail anmelden, um Einladungen zu Research Seminars und anderen Veranstaltungen zu erhalten.


Vergangene Management & Accounting Seminare

Eva Labro (University of North Carolina)
“Updating Accounting Systems: Long-Run Evidence from the Health Care Sector” (jointly with Lorien Stice-Lawrence)

Alexey Kushnir (Carnegie Mellon University)
“Market Power and Optimal Income Taxation” (jointly with Robertas Zubrickas)

Sven Rady (Universität Bonn)
“Strongly Symmetric Equilibria in Bandit Games"(jointly with Johannes Hörner and Nicolas Klein)

Mingfeng Tang (Southwest University of Finance and Economics)
“Betting on indigenous innovation or relying on FDI: The Chinese strategy for catching-up"(jointly with Caroline Hussler)

Libby Weber (Paul Merage School of Business)
“The Impact of Promotion and Prevention Contracts on Trust in Repeated Exchanges: An Experimental Investigation” (jointly with Christopher W. Baumann)

Mirko Heinle (University of Pennsylvania)
“Infuence activities, coalitions, and uniform policies” (jointly with Henry L. Friedman)

Heiko Gerlach (The University of Queensland)
“A Model of Patent Trolls” (jointly with Jai Pil Choi)

Isabella Grabner (Maastricht University)
"How calibration committees can mitigate performance evaluation bias: An analysis ofimplicit incentives" (jointly with Judith Künneke and Frank Moers)

Anton Ovchinnikov (Queens Smith School of Business)
"Strategic Consumers, Revenue Management, and the Design of Loyalty Programs“ (jointly with So Yeon Chun)

Ole-Kristian Hope (University of Toronto)
"Does the Big-4 Effect Exist when Reputation and Litigation Risks are Low? Evidence from Audit-Partner – Auditee Pair Switches " (jointly with Limei Che and John Christian Langli)

Kristoph Ullrich (Kühne-Logistics Hamburg)
"Demand-Supply Mismatches and Stock Market Performance: A Retailing Perspective" (jointly with Sandra Transchel)

Jens Förster (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
"Introducing a Self-Regulatory Model on Having and Being: Having is Concrete and Being is Abstract”

Renata Kosova (Imperial College London)
"An Empirical Analysis of Self-Enforcement Mechanisms: Evidence from Hotel Franchsing" (jointly with Giorgo Sertsios)

Steffen Klosterhafen (University of Richmond)
“Strategic Safety Stock Placement in Supply Network with Static Dual Supply” (jointly with Stefan Minner and Sean P. Willems)

Monika Schnitzer (University of Munich)
“Antitrust, Patents, and Cumulative Innovation: Evidence from Bell Labs” (jointly with Martin Watzinger, Thomas Fackler und Markus Nagler)

Sascha Topolinski (Universität Köln)
“Mouth-watering words: Articulatory inductions of eating-like mouthmovements increase perceived food palatability” (jointly with Lea Boecker)
“Popcorn in the cinema: Oral interference sabotages advertising effects” (jointly with Sandy Lindner and Anna Freudenberg)
“What’s in and what’s out in branding? A novel articulation effect for brand names” (jointly with  Michael Zürn and Iris K. Schneider)

Michael Pinedo (New York University)
“On the Modeling of Operational Risk in Finance"(jointly with Yuqian Xu)

Vibha Gaba (INSEAD)
“Safe or Profitable? The Pursuit of Conflicting Goals"(jointly with Henrich R. Greve)

Sabine Sczesny (University of Bern)
"Gender Diversity – From Explanations to Solutions"

Dovev Lavie (Technion - Israel)
“A Best Practice Paradox: The Contingent Value of the Dedicated Alliance Function"(jointly Melike Findikoglue)

Alex Brüggen (Maastricht University)
“Socialistic Budget Lapsing and Investment Decisions”

Laurenz Meier (Universität Freiburg)
“Episodes of incivility between subordinates and supervisors: examining the role of self-control and time with an interaction-record diary study” (jointly with H.-Johannes Beckenfelder)

Gavin Cassar (INSEAD)
“Evidence on Explicit Contracting and Ex-Post Settling Up in Incentive Design” (jointly with Brian Cadman)

Regis Renault (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)
"Search Direction” (jointly with Simon P. Anderson)

Jenker Denrell (Warwick Business School)
"When More Selection is Worse” (jointly with Chengwei Liu and Gaël Le Mens)

Rouba Ibrahim (University College London)
"Does the Past Predict the Future? The Case of Delay Announcements in Service Systems” (jointly with Mor Amony and Achal Bassamboo)

Afonso Almeida Costa (INSEAD)
"Responsiveness to Market Opportunities and Performance: An Internal Capital Allocation Perspective" (jointly with Javier Gimeno, INSEAD)

Selcan Kara (University of Connecticut)
"What Does Your Brand "State" to You?: An Explanatory Examination of Language Effects on Comparison of Alphanumeric Brand Names" (jointly with Kunter Gunasti, University of Connecticut; William T. Ross, Jr., University of Connecticut and Rod Duclos, School of Business, HKUST)

Siham El Kihal (Goethe University Frankfurt)
"Advertising to Early Trend Propagators: Evidence from Twitter" (jointly with Christian Schulze, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and Bernd Skiera, Goethe University Frankfurt)

Hauke Wetzel (Georg-August-University Goettingen)
"Corporate Social Responsibility Following Corporate Social Irresponsibility: Strategies and Implications for Firm Value"

Anja Lambrecht (London Business School)
"Advertising to Early Trend Propagators: Evidence from Twitter" (jointly with Catherine Tucker, MIT Sloan School of Management and Caroline Wiertz, City University London)

Heike Wolters (University of Hamburg)
"Design of Referral Reward Programs" (jointly with Christian Schulze, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and Karen Gedenk, University of Hamburg)

Koen Pauwels (Özyeğin University, Istanbul)
"Dancing with the Enemy: Broadened Understanding of Engagement in Rival Brand Dyads" (jointly with Behice Ilhan, DePaul University and Raoul Kübler, Özyeğin University, Istanbul)

Georg Wernicke (Copenhagen Business School)
"What Drives Media Disapproval of Overpaid CEO’s and When Does it Trigger Cuts in CEO’s Excess Pay" (jointly with Jean-Philippe Vergne, Richard Ivey School of Business and Steffen Brenner, Copenhagen Business School)

Kristin Diehl (USC Marshall School of Business)
"Does Taking Photos Get in the Way? The Effect of Photo-taking on the Enjoyment of Experiences" (jointly with Alix Barasch, University of Pennsylvania and Gal Zauberman, Yale University)

Chengwei Liu (Warwick Business School)
"Below Top Status Indicates Mediocrity When Social Influence Is Strong" (jointly with Jerker Denrell, Warwick Business School)

Flore Bridoux (University of Amsterdam)
"Motivation-Based Model of Capability Development: From Heterogeneous Social Motives to Business Process Performance" (jointly with Régis Coeurderoy, ESCP-Europe and Rodolphe Durand, HEC Paris)

Jon Joseph (UC Irvine)
"Net Neutrality and Inflation of Traffic" (jointly with Alex James Wilson, Duke University)

Florian Schütt (Tilburg University)
"Net Neutrality and Inflation of Traffic" (jointly with Martin Peitz, University of Mannheim)

Oliver Baumann (University of Southern Denmark)
"A Limit to Outsourcing Complexity: Coordination vs. Cooperation in the Airbus A350 Program" (jointly with Markus C. Becker, University of Southern Denmark and Isabel Dörfler, Allianz Managed Operations and Services)

Arkadiy Sakhartov (Wharton School)
"Economies of Scope, Resource Relatedness, and the Dynamics of Corporate Diversification"

Juergen Mihm (INSEAD)
"Styles in Product Design" (jointly with Tian Heong Chan, INSEAD and Manuel Sosa, INSEAD)

Atalay Atasu (Georgia Institute of Technology)
"Extended Producer Responsibility and Secondary Markets" (jointly with Isil Alev, Georgia Institute of Technology and Vishal V. Agrawal, McDonough School of Business)

Fabian Sting (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
"How (and When) to Encourage Cooperation across Projects" (jointly with Pascale Crama, Singapore Management University and Yaozhong Wu, National University Singapore)

Naomi Siegel Soderstrom (University of Melbourne)
"In Search of Money and Fame: Narcissistic Managers and MCS Incentive Design" (jointly with Kelsey Kay Dworkis, University of Denver and Sujay Nair, University of Melbourne)

Brown Bag Workshops

Die Brown Bag Workshops der Frankfurt School dienen internen und externen Wissenschaftlern als Plattform, Forschungsarbeiten, die sich idealerweise noch im „Work in Progress“-Stadium befinden, vorzustellen und zu diskutieren.

Die Brown Bag Workshops finden regelmäßig montags und donnerstags in der Mittagszeit von 12:20 bis 13:10 Uhr statt, so dass sie sich nicht mit Vorlesungsterminen überschneiden. Die Präsentationen dauern zwischen 30 und 45 Minuten. Die restliche Zeit kann für Fragen und zur Diskussion genutzt werden.

Die Brown Bag Workshops werden koordiniert von Prof. Dr. Breugem.