Frankfurt School’s Finance Research Seminars provide a forum for researchers of all disciplines to present and discuss their research.
Past Finance Seminars
Giorgia Piacentino (GSB – Columbia University)
„NETTING“ (jointly Jason Roderick Donaldson)
Nicolas Serrano-Velarde (Bocconi University)
„Cheap Trade Credit and Competition in Downstream Markets“ (jointly Mariassunta Gianetti and Emanuele Tarantino)
Paolo Sodini (Stockholm School of Economics)
„From Saving Comes Having? Disentangling the Impact of Saving on Wealth Inequality“ (jointly Laurent Bach and Laurent E. Calvet)
Manju Puri (Duke University)
„Bank Entrepreneurs“ (jointly Kristoph Kleiner and Chiwon Yom)
Augustin Landier (HEC Paris)
„Biases in Expectations: Experimental Evidence“ (jointly Yueran Ma and David Thesmar)
João F. Cocco (London Business School)
„Evidence on expectations of household finances“ (jointly Francisco Gomes and Paula Lopes)
Øystein Strøm (Oslo Metropolitan University)
„The low leverage puzzle in microfinance institutions“ (jointly Einar Bakke, Sturla Fjesme and Roy Mersland)
Martin Oehmke (London School of Economics)
„A Theory of Socially Responsible Investment“ (jointly Marcus Opp)
Ralf Meisenzahl (Chicago FED)
„Nonbanks, banks, and Monetary Policy U.S. Loan-level Evidence since the 1990s“ (jointly David Elliott, José-Luis Peydró and Bryce C. Turner)
Elena Loutskina (University of Virginia)
„Deposit Market Power, Funding Stability and Long-Term Credit“ (jointly Lei Li and Philip E. Strahan)
Denis Gromb (HEC Paris)
„CONFLICTING PRIORITIES: A THEORY OF COVENANTS AND COLLATERAL“ (jointly Jason Roderick Donaldson and Giorgia Piacentino)
Wolf Wagner (Rottterdam School of Management)
„The Economics of Supranational Bank Supervision“ (jointly Thorsten Beck and Consuelo Silva- Buston)
Theresa Kuchler (NYU Stern)
„Peer Effects in Product Adoption“ (jointly Michael Bailey, Drew Johnston, Johannes Stroebel and Arlene Wong)
José-Luis Peydró (Universität Pompeu Fabra)
„Credit Demand versus Supply: Randomized Experimental- and Administrative-Based Evidence“ (jointly Valentina Michelangeli and Enrico Sette)
Johannes Stroebel (NYU Stern)
„Five Facts about Beliefs and Portfolios” (jointly Stefano Giglio, Matteo Maggiori and Stephen P. Utkus)
Lucy White (Questrom School of Business, Boston University)
„Bail-ins and Ball-outs in Bank Resolution“ (jointly Ansgar Walther)
Alan Morrison (Saïd Business School, University of Oxford)
„Ethical standards and cultural assimiliation in financial services“ (jointly John Thanassoulis)
Turan G. Bali (Georgetown University)
„In Search of Systematic Risk and Idiosyncratic Volatility Puzzle in the Corporate Bond Market“ (jointly Jennie Bai und Quan Wen)
Justin Birru (Ohio State University)
„Attention and Biases: Evidence from Tax-Inattentive Investors“ (jointly Fernando Chague, Rodrigo De-Losso und Bruno Giovannetti)
Antoinette Schoar (MIT Sloan School of Management)
„Belief Disagreement and Portfolio Choice“ (jointly Maarten Meeuwis und Jonathan A. Parker)
James Dow (London Business School)
„Why is capital slow moving? Liquidity hysteresis and the dynamics of informed capital“ (jointly Jungsuk Han und Francesco Sangiorgi)
Darell Duffie (Graduate School of Business, Stanford University)„Augmenting Markets with Mechanismus“ (jointly Samuel Antil)
Gyöngyi Lóránth (Vienna Graduate School of Finance)
„Bank Resolution Regimes: Risk Shifting and Resolution Efficiency“ (jointly Albert Banal-Estanol und Julian Kolm)
Reint E. Gropp (Halle Institute for Economic Research)
„Flight from Safety: How a Change tot he Desposit Insurance Limit Affects Household´s Portfolio Allocation“ (jointly H. Evren Damar und Adi Mordel)
David Martinez-Miera (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
„Markets, Banks, and Shadow Banks“ (jointly Rafael Repullo)
Marco Pagano (University of Naples Federico II)
„Local Crowding Out in China“ (jointly Yi Huang und Ugo Panizza)
Daniel Metzger (Stockholm School of Economics)
„Do Shareholder Proposals Really Improve Corporate Governance?“ (jointly Laurent Bach)
Francisco Gomes (London Business School)
„Tactical target Date Funds“ (jointly Alexander Michaelides und Yuxin Zhang)
Snehal Banerjee (Rady School of Management, UC San Diego)
„Dynamic Information Acquisition and Entry into New Markets“ (jointly Bradyn Breon-Drish)
Irina Zviadadze (Stockholm School of Economics)
„Term structure of risk in expected returns“
Jean-Noel Barrot (MIT Sloan School of Management)
“Import Competition and Household Debt” (jointly Erik Loualiche, Matthew Plosser, Julien Sauvagnat)
Christopher A. Hennessy (London Business School)
“Equilibrium Counterfactuals: Joint Estimation and Control with Structural Models” (jointly Gilles Chemla)
Andres Liberman (New York University)
“The Equilibrium Effects of Information Deletion: Evidence from Consumer” Credit Markets (jointly Christopher Neilson, Luis Opazo, Seth Zimmerman)
Hannes Wagner (Bocconi University)
“How Active are Active Managers?”
Fousseni Chabi-Yo (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
“Real-Time Distribution of Stochastic Discount Factors
Andrey Golubov (Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto)
“The run-up in acquirer returns”
Cecilia Parlatore (New York University)
“Identifying price informativeness” (jointly Eduardo Davila)
Leonid Kogan (MIT Sloan School of Management)
“Technological Innovation and the Distribution of Labor” (jointly Dimitris Papanikolaou, Lawrence D. W. Schmidt, Jae Song)
Elena Carletti (Bocconi University)
“The Price of Law: The Case of the Eurozone Collective Action Clauses” (jointly Paolo Colla, Mitu Gulati, Steven Onegena)
Jan Wrampelmeyer (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
“Liquidity Risk and Funding Cost” (jointly Alexander Bechtel, Angelo Ranaldo)
Christine Laudenbach (Goethe University)
“Personal Communication in a Fintech World: Evidence from Loan Payments” (jointly Jenny Pirschel, Stephan Siegel)
Dragana Cvijanovic (UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School)
“CEO Compensation and Real Estate Prices: Pay for Luck or Pay for Action?” (jointly Ana Albuquerque, Ben Bennett, Claufia Custodio)
Neeltje van Horen (Bank of England)
“Repo Market Functioning: The Role of Capital Regulation” (jointly Antonis Kotidis)
Andrew Ellul (Kelley School of Business, Indiana University)
“Insurers as Asset Managers and Systemic Risk” (jointly Chotibhak Jotikasthira, Anastasia V. Kartasheva, Christian T. Lundblad, Wolf Wagner)
Burton Hollifield (Tepper School of Businesss, Carnegie Mellon University)
“The Maturity Structure of Inside Money” (jointly Ariel Zetlin-Jones)
Christine A. Parlour (Haas School of Business)
“Making Money: Commercial Banks, Liquidity Transformation and the Payment System” (jointly Uday Rajan, Johan Walden)
Christian C.G. Opp (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania)
“Over-the-Counter vs. Limit-Order Markets: The Role of Traders’ Expertise” (jointly Vincent Glode)
Yacine Ait-Sahalia (Princeton University)
“Closed-form Implied Volatility Surfaces for Stochastic Volatility Models” (jointly Chenxu Li, Chen Xu Li)
Brian J. Bushee (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania)
“Co-opetition an the Firm's Information Environment” (jointly Thomas Keusch, Jessica Kim-Gina)
Raman Uppal (EDHEC Business School)
“A Portfolio Perspective on the Multitude of Firm Characteristics” (jointly Victor DeMiguel, Francisco J. Nogales)
Gyuri Venter (Copenhagen Business School)
“Central Bank Communication and the Yield Curve” (jointly Matteo Leombroni, Andrea Vedolin, Paul Whelan)
Farzad Saidi (Stockholm School of Economics)
“The Effects of Credit Supply on Wage Inequality between and within Firms” (jointly Christian Moser, Benjamin Wirth)
Michaela Pagel (Columbia Business School)
“The Retirement-Consumption Puzzle: New Evidence from Personal Finances” (jointly Arna Olafsson)
Vladimir Asriyan (Barcelona Graduate School of Economics)
Richard B. Evans (Darden School of Business, University of Virginia)
“Diseconomies of Scale, Information Processing and Hierarchy Costs: Evidence from Asset Management” (jointly Martin Rohledery, Hendrik Tentesch, Marco Wilkens)
Dirk Jenter (London School of Economics)
“Good and Bad CEOs” (jointly Egor Matveyev, Lukas Roth)
Jules van Binsbergen (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania)
“Regulation of Charlatans in High-Skill Professions” (jointly Jonathan B. Berk)
Lauren H. Cohen (Harvard Business School)
“Buying the Verdict” (jointly Umit G. Gurun)
Roni Michaely (Cornell University)
“Cultural Diversity on Wall Street: Evidence from Sell-Side Analysts’ Forecasts” (jointly Kenneth Merkley, Joseph Pacelli)
Dirk Hackbarth (Boston University Questrom School of Business)
“Investment-Based Trade-Off Theory” (jointly Axel Stahmer)
Thomas Geelen (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
“Information Dynamics and Debt Maturity”
Thorsten Martin (HEC Paris)
“Real Effects of Price Transparency: Evidence from Steel Futures”
Alberto Teguia (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
“Law of Small Numbers and Hysteresis in Asset Prices and Portfolio Choices”
Francesco Sannino (London School of Economics)
“Venture Capital Fund Size and Structure in a Directed Search Model”
Christian Skov Jensen (Copenhagen Business School)
“Higher-Moment Risk” (jointly Niels Joachim Gormsen)
Markus Ibert (Stockholm School of Economics)
“What Do Mutual Fund Managers' Private Portfolios Tell Us About Their Skills?”
Olga Obizhaeva (London School of Economics)
“Fundraising in the Hedge Fund Industry”
Antonino Emanuele Rizzo (Tilburg University)
“Afraid to Take a Chance? The Threat of Lawsuits and its Impact on Shareholder Wealth”
Jan Starmans (London Business School)
Berardino Palazzo (Boston University Questrom School of Business)
“The risks of old capital age: Asset pricing implications of technology adoption” (jointly Xiaoji Liny and Fan Yangx)
Markus K. Brunnermeier (Princeton University)
"Financial Dominance, Safe Assets & Global Reserve Holdings"
Andrea Polo (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
"Hedger of Last Resort: Evidence from Brazil on FX Interventions, Local Credit and Global Financial Cycles (jointly Rodrigo Barbone Gonzalez, Dmitry Khametshin and José-Luis Peydró)
Benjamin Golez (Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame)
„Home-country media slant“ (jointly Rasa Karapandza)
Elisabeth Kempf (The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business)
“Tax on Success: Technological Innovation and Shareholder Litigation” (jointly Oliver Spalt)
Oliver Spalt (Tilburg University)
“Why Does Size Matter So Much for Bidder Announcement Returns?” (jointly Christoph Schneider)
Paul Schneider (Swiss Finance Institute, University of Lugano)
“Does It Pay to be an Optimist?”
Ohad Kadan (Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis)
“Estimating the Value of Information” (jointly Asaf Manela)
Antonio Mele (Swiss Finance Institute, USI)
“The Term Structure of Government Bond Uncertainty” (jointly Yoshiki Obayashi & Shihao Yang)
Frederic Malherbe (London Business School)
“A positive analysis of bank behaviour under capital requirements” (jointly Saleem Bahaj)
Philip E. Strahan (Carroll School of Management, Boston College)
“Have Stress Tests Raised Prices? Evidence from the Terms of Small Business Loans”
Thomas M. Eisenbach (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
“The Economics of Bank Supervision“ (jointly David O. Lucca & Robert M. Townsend)
Anjan V. Thakor (Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis)
“POLITICS, CREDIT ALLOCATION AND BANK CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS”
Paul Povel (Bauer College of Business University of Houston)
“Capital Structure Under Collusion“ (jointly Giorgo Sertsios, Daniel Ferrés & Gaizka Ormazabal)
Max Bruche (Cass Business School City, University of London)
“Pipeline Risk in Leveraged Loan Syndication” (jointly Frederic Malherbe & Ralf R. Meisenzahl)
Paul Ehling (BI Norwegian Business School)
“Asset Pricing with Capital Gains Taxation” (jointly Chunyu (Ben) Yang)
Moqi Groen-Xu (London School of Economics)
“Free-riders and Underdogs: Participation in Corporate Voting” (jointly Dragana Cvijanovi & Konstantinos E. Zachariadis)
Audra Boone (Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University)
„Political Uncertainty and Firm Disclosure” (jointly Abby Kim & Joshua T. White)
Ivo Welch (UCLA Anderson School of Management)
“Leverage- and Cash-Based Tests of Risk and Reward with Improved Identification”
Michael Halling (Stockholm School of Economics)
“Up the stairs down the elevator: valuation ratios and shape predictability in the distribution of stock returns” (jointly Paolo Giordani)
Georgy Chabakauri (London School of Economics)
“Capital Requirements and Asset Prices” (jointly Brandon Yueyang Han)
Steven Ongena (University of Zurich)
“Sorry, Were Closed Loan Conditions When Bank Branches Close and Firms Transfer to another Bank” (jointly Diana Bonfim and Gil Nogueira)
Heitor Almeida (College of Business, University of Illinois)
“The Impact of Obamacare on Firm Employment and Performance” (jointly Ruidi Huang, Ping Liu and Yuhai Xuan)
Morten Sorensen (Copenhagen Business School)
“Are CEOs Different? Characteristics of Top Managers” (jointly Steven N. Kaplan)
Kai Li (Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia)
“Stakeholder Orientation and the Cost of Debt: Evidence from a Natural Experiment” (jointly Huasheng Gao and Yujing Ma)
Patrick Verwijmeren (Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam)
“The external financing of investment” (jointly Bruce D. Grundy)
Ron Kaniel (Simon School of Business, University of Rochester)
“Relative Pay for Non-Relative Performance: Keeping up with the Joneses with Optimal Contracts” (jointly Peter M. DeMarzo)
Zhiguo He (The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business)
“Leverage Dynamics without Commitment” (jointly Peter DeMarzo)
Ralph De Haas (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
“The Limits of Lending? Banks and Technology Adoption Across Russia” (jointly Cagatay Bircan)
Adrian Buss (Insead)
“The Dynamic Properties of Financial-Market Equilibrium with Trading Fees” (jointly Bernard Dumas)
S. Viswanathan (Duke University, Fuqua School of Business)
“Financial Intermediary Capital” (jointly Adriano A. Rampini)
Tarek A. Hassan (The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business)
“Currency Manipulation” (jointly Thomas M. Mertens and Tony Zhang)
Thorsten Beck (Cass Business School City, University of London)
“Bank sectoral concentration and (systemic) risk: Evidence from a worldwide sample of Banks” (jointly Oliver De Jonghe and Klaas Mulier)
Clemens A. Otto (HEC Paris)
“Hold-up and Investment: Empirical Evidence from Tariff Changes” (jointly Thorsten Martin)
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)
Adriano Rampini (Duke University)
“Risk Management in Financial Institutions” (jointly with S. Viswanathan and Guillaume Vuillemey)
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)
Bernd 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)
The Frankfurt School’s Accounting Seminars offer new insights into a broad range of accounting, managerial or economic issues. The seminars are a forum for mostly external researchers to present and discuss their work, employing rigorous methodological approaches, including theoretical models, empirical-archival methods or experimental methods.
The Accounting Seminars usually take place on Wednesdays from 2.00 to 3.30 pm. Before or after the talk, the faculty welcomes the opportunity to meet the speaker individually and exchange ideas.
The Accounting Department welcomes not only all members of the Frankfurt School community to these seminars, but also external guests. If you are interested in attending as an external guest, please let us know by e-mail.
Past Accounting Seminars
Rebecca Hann (University of Maryland)
"Regulatory Supervision through Deterrence: Evidence from Enforcement Actions”
Thomas Keusch (INSEAD)
"Shareholder Influence on the Selection of CEOs"
Ning Zhang (Queen's University)
“Gone with the Wind: the Externality of Earnings Pressure"
Anya Kleymenova (University of Chicago) (TRR266)
"Regulators' Disclosure Decisions: Evidence from Bank Enforcement Actions"
Sharon Katz (INSEAD) (TRR266)
"State Contract Law and the Use of Accounting Information in Debt Contracts"
Amir Amel-Zadeh (University of Oxford) (TRR266)
"Are All Insider Sales Created Equal? First Evidence from Supplementary Disclosures in SEC Filings"
Edith Leung (Erasmus School of Economics - Rotterdam)
"Inter-firm Information Transfer and Bias Spillover: Evidence from Privately-Shared Forecasts along Supply Chains"
Maximilian Müller (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management)
"The Availability of Stock Prices and Reporting Quality"
Frank Zhang (Yale School of Management)
"Consensus Analyst Target Prices: Information Content and Implications for Investors"
Allen Huang (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
"Judge Ideology and Corporate Tax Planning"
Roger Silvers (The University of Utah)
"Does Capital Market Integration Depend on Regulatory Integration?"
Aline Grahn (Freie Universität Berlin)
"Bank Relationships, Earnings Qualitiy and Cost of Dept: Cross-Country Evidence on Private Firms"
Henry Friedman (UCLAAnderson – School of Management)
"Optimal Reporting When Additional Information Might Arrive"
Beatriz García Osma (Business UC3M – Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
"Conditional Conservatism and Management Earnings Forecasts"
Pietro Bonetti (IESE Business School University of Navarra)
"Cash Versus Accrual Accounting: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment"
Christian Laux (WU - Vienna University of Economics and Business)
"Accounting for Financial Stability: Lessons from the Financial Crisis and Future Challenges"
Christian Leuz (University of Chicago Booth School of Business)
"Who Falls Prey to the Wolf of Wall Street? Investor Participation in Market Manipulation"
Martin Jacob (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management)
"The Effect of Capital Gains Tax Policy Changes on Long-Term Investments"
Xi Li (The London School of Economics and Political Science)
"Savior or Villain? The Debt-Market Effects of Foreign Institutional Ownership"
John Gallemore (University of Chicago Booth School of Business)
"Tax-Related Human Capital: Evidence from Employee Movements"
Brian Cadman (The University of Utah)
"Degree of Operating Leverage, Earnings Properties, and the Information Content of Earnings"
Brian Paul Miller (Kelley School of Business, Indiana University Bloomington)
"The Local Spillover Effect of Corporate Accounting Misconduct: Evidence from City Crime Rates"
Henri Dekker (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
"All roads lead to Rome? On the overlap and differences between risk management and management control"
Jared Jennings (Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis)
"Determining Credit Risk Using Qualitative Disclosure"
You-il (Chris) Park (Nanyang Business School)
"Information Content of Credit Rating Affirmations"
Jasmijn Bol (Tulane University - A. B. Freeman School of Business)
"The Dual-Role Framework for Effective Management Control Systems: Activating and Directing Employee Effort"
Lin Cheng (The University of Arizona)
"Auditor-related Provisions in Private Loan Agreements, Audit Fees, and Audit Quality"
Gaizka Ormazabal (IESE Business School - University of Navarra)
"Disclosure Regulation and Corporate Acquisitions"
Nemit Shroff (MIT Sloan School of Management)
"Disclosure incentives when competing firms have common ownership"
David Veenman (University of Amsterdam)
"Illiquidity and the Measurement of Stock Price Synchronicity"
Lakshmanan Shivakumar (London Business School)
"Analysts’ estimates of cost of equity capital"
Guochang Zhang (University of Hongkong)
"On the efficiency of capital markets in processing financial‐reporting information: New evidence from earnings releases"
Florin Vasvari (London Business School)
"Debt Financing and Collateral: The Role of Fair-Value Adjustments"
Clara Xiaoling Chen (University of Illinois)
"Supplier Concentration and Cost Structure"
Karen Sedatole (Emory University)
"The folly of forecasting: The effects of a disaggregated sales forecasting system on sales forecast error, sales forecast positive bias, and inventory levels"
Nina Kühne (Ludwig-Maximilians-University)
"Protestant norms, social ethic, and monitoring"
Xue Jia (The University of Melbourne)
"Activist Intervention, Firm Disclosures and Investment"
Margaret Abernethy (The University of Melbourne)
"Initiation and implementation of strategic change: Does Management Control matter?"
Susanna Gallani (Harvard Business School)
"Incentives, Peer Pressure, and Behavior Persistence"
David Erkens (USC Marshall School of Business)
"Executive Clawback Provisions and Corporate Tax Planning"
Ranjani Krishnan (Michigan State University)
Putting “calculative” in “trust”: How to engender relational governance within formal contracts”
Laurence van Lent (Tilburg University)
"Aggregate and Idiosyncratic Political Risk: Measurement and Effects"
Eva Labro (University of North Carolina)
"Updating Accounting Systems: Long-Run Evidence from the Health Care Sector"
Mirko Heinle (University of Pennsylvania)
"Infuence activities, coalitions, and uniform policies" (jointly with Henry L. Friedman)
Isabella Grabner (Maastricht University)
"How calibration committees can mitigate performance evaluation bias: An analysis ofimplicit incentives"
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"
Michael Pinedo (New York University)
"On the Modeling of Operational Risk in Finance"
Alex Brüggen (Maastricht University)
"Socialistic Budget Lapsing and Investment Decisions"
Gavin Cassar (INSEAD)
"Evidence on Explicit Contracting and Ex-Post Settling Up in Incentive Design"
Naomi Siegel Soderstrom (University of Melbourne)
"In Search of Money and Fame: Narcissistic Managers and MCS Incentive Design"
Georg Schneider (University of Graz)
"Benthams Panopticon and real effects of voluntary disclosure"
Baohua Xin (University of Toronto)
"The Impact of Hard Information on Self-Dealing: Experimental Evidence"
Craig Lewis (Vanderbilt University)
"Do Fraudulent Firms Produce Abnormal Disclosure?"
Gennaro Bernile (Singapore Management University)
"Does Market Completeness have Real Effects? Option Listings and Corporate Policies"
Jonas Heese (Harvard Business School)
"Government Preferences and SEC Enforcement"
Dirk Sliwka (University of Cologne)
"Arrogance and Ability - On the Correlation between Talent and Social Preferences"
Frankfurt School’s Research Seminar in Management is a forum for researchers to present and discuss research contributing to a better understanding of a broad range of managerial issues. The research seminar focuses on the interactive discussion of theoretically embedded papers following rigorous research designs (including empirical-archival and experimental research methods).
The talks usually take place on Tuesdays from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. during the semester. Before or after the talk there is the opportunity to meet and exchange with members of the faculty in individual discussions.
External guests are welcome to attend and are in case of interest asked to subscribe via e-mail in order to get invitations for our research seminar and other events
Past Management Seminars
Yiangos Papanastasiou (Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley)
"Fake News Propagation and Detection"
Henning Piezunka (INSEAD)
"The Effect of Platform Competition on Member Contributions in Online Communities"
Guillaume Roels (INSEAD)
"Optimal Practice Processes for Performance"
Tomasz Obloj (HEC Paris)
"Better to have led and lost than never to have led at all? Two Empirical Tests of the Link Between Competitive Dethronement, Risk Taking, and Effort Allocations"
Nilufer Aydinoglu (Koç University Istanbul)
"The Self-Conscious Consumer: Understanding and Mitigating Consumer Embarrassment"
Alfonso Gambardella (Bocconi University)
"A scientific approach to entrepreneurial decision making: evidence from a randomized control trial"
Puneet Manchanda (Ross School of Business)
" 'Level Up': Leveraging Skill and Engagement to Maximize Player Game-Play in Online Video Games"
Nicos Savva (London Business School)
"Unintended Consequences of Hospital Regulation: The Case of the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program"
Peter Bamberger (Tel Aviv University)
"Pay Secrecy, Signaling and Employee Turnover at the Individual and Firm Levels: The Moderating Role of Distributive Justice Climate"
Min Zhao (Boston College)
"The Effect of Contextual Cues on Consumer Mindset and Financial Decisions"
Mathew Hayward (Monash University)
"Trade credits and the diversification at small businesses"
Christoph Fuchs (Technische Universität München)
"Earmarked donations to charity: Cross-cultural evidence on its appeal to donors across twenty-five countries"
Rod Duclos (Ivey Business School)
"On the Psychology of Gambling & Intertemporal Choice"
Igor Filatotchev (King’s Business School)
"Who Can Stand up For Good Governance?The Effect of Relative Audit Committee Power on Monitoring Effectiveness"
Jonathan Nelson (Max Planck Institut Berlin)
“Generalized Information Theory Meets Human Cognition: Introducing a Unified Framework to Model Uncertainty and Information Search”
Moritz Botts (Universität Vechta)
"Dynamic capabilities in extremely dynamic environments: Where “competitive advantage” equals “lives”
Victor Bennett (Duke University: The Fuqua School of Business)
"Industry Softwarization and Entry"
Kai Bormann (Universität Bielefeld)
"Trust in Family Firms: A Diary Study on Daily Work of Non-Family Employee"
Alberto Feduzi (SOAS University of London)
"Updating “Small World Representations” in strategic decision-making under extreme uncertainty"
Enrico Diecidue (INSEAD)
„Temporal Risk Resolution: Utility versus Probability Weighting Approaches“ (jointly Mohammed Abdellaoui, Emmanuel Kemel & Ayse Onculer)
Armin Schmutzler (University of Zurich)
„Obfuscation and its Limits“ (jointly Andreas Hefti & Shuo Liu)
Anindya Ghosh (Indian School of Business)
“Calling it quits: An Information Processing Perspective on Alliance Termination” (jointly Thomas Klueter)
Marilyn Uy (Nanyang Technological University)
“The Momentum of Passion Contagion: Entrepreneurial Passion Convergence and New Venture Team Performance“
Susan Sherer (Lehigh University)
„Provider and Patient Satisfaction with the Integration of Ambulatory and Hospital EHR Systems” (jointly Chad D. Meyerhoefer)
Daniel Elfenbein (Washington University in St. Louis)
“THE IMPACT OF LEARNING AND OVERCONFIDENCE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL ENTRY AND EXIT“ (jointly John S. Chen, David C. Croson & Hart E. Posen)
Olenka Kacperczyk (London Business School)
“Does Antidiscrimination Promote Entrepreneurship? Evidence from LGBT Rights Laws” (jointly Raffaele Conti & Giovanni Valentini)
Torsten Biemann (Universität Mannheim)
“Do Human Resource Management Practices Converge? A New Look at an Old Question via Kernel Density Estimates”
Nilanjana (Nel) Dutt (Bocconi University – Department of Management and Technology & iCRIOS)
“Knowledge Sources in the Renewable Electricity Industry” (jointly Will Mitchell)
Alexandre de Cornière (Toulouse School of Economics)
“Social Media and the News Industry” (jointly Miklos Sarvary)
Robert Seamans (NYU Stern School of Business)
“Technological Opportunity ant the Locus of Innovation: Airmail, Aircraft, and Inventors” (jointly Eunhee Sohn and Daniel Sands)
Salvatore Piccolo (Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
“Competing for Surplus in a Trade Environment” (jointly Sarah Auster and Nenad Kos)
Andrea Mantovani (University of Bologna)
“Salient Consumers and Uncertain Product Quality” (jointly Elias Carroni, Antonio Minniti and Giuseppe Pignataro)
Olivier Chatain (HEC Paris)
“NGOs and the Creation of Value in Supply Chains” (jointly Elena Plaksenkova)
Marc Möller (Universität Bern)
“Selling in Advance to Loss Averse Buyers” (jointly Heiko Karle)
Raffaele Conti (Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics)
“SUPER PARTES? ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE OF ENTRY” (jointly Giovanni Valentini)
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)
Heiko Gerlach (The University of Queensland)
“A Model of Patent Trolls” (jointly with Jai Pil Choi)
Anton Ovchinnikov (Queens Smith School of Business)
"Strategic Consumers, Revenue Management, and the Design of Loyalty Programs“ (jointly with So Yeon Chun)
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)
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)
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)
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)
The Applied Microeconomics and Organization Seminar is jointly organized by Goethe University and Frankfurt School. It provides a forum for researchers in the field of Microeconomics to present and discuss their research.
In these exceptional times, the seminar will take place online from May onwards. Usually at Wednesdays 2pm, depending on the time zones of the speakers.The seminars will be organized by zoom, and the link will be distributed through the usual list of seminar attendees.
Contact: Nana Berhane, firstname.lastname@example.org
Past Applied Microeconomics and Organization Seminars
Ingela Alger (Toulouse School of Economics)
“Estimating Social Preferences and Kantian Morality in Strategic Interactions” (jointly Boris van Leeuwen and Jörgen W. Weibull)
Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch (Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics)
„Perceived fairness and the consequences of affirmative action policies“ (jointly Chi Trieu and Jana Willrodt)
Andrew Rhodes (Toulouse School of Economics)
„Dynamic Consumer Search“ (jointly Alexei Parakhonyak)
Robert Akerlof (University of Warwick)
„Narratives and the Economics of the Family“ (jointly Luis Rayo)
Joao Montez (University of Lausanne)
„Generics and early entry agreements“ (jointly Annabelle Marxen)
Sarah Auster (Bocconi University)
„Sorting versus Screening in Markets with Adverse Selection“ (jointly Piero Gottardi)
Daniel Armanios (Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, USA)
„Scaffolds and Intermediaries: How Changing Institutional Infrastructure Can Alleviate Normative and Cognitive Barriers“ (jointly Charles E. Eesley)
Kazuyuki Motohashi (University of Tokyo, Japan)
„ Inventor Name Disambiguation with Gradient Boosting Decision Tree and Inventor Mobility in China (1985-2016)”
Xiaolan Fu (University of Oxford China Centre, UK)
“International collaboration and radical innovation in Chinese firms”
Marco Schwarz (University of Innsbruck)
„The Role of Diagnostic Ability in Markets for Expert Services“ (jointly Fang Liu, Alexander Rasch and Christian Waibel)
Stefan Bauernschuster (University of Passau)
„Speed Limit Enforcement and Road Safety: Evidence from German Blitzmarathons“
Aurélien Baillon (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
„Simple bets to elicit private signals“
Ricardo Perez-Truglia (UCLA, University of California)
„How Much Does Your Boss Make? The Effects of Salary Comparisons“ (jointly Zoe Cullen)
Thomaz Teodorovic (Insper Institute of Education and Research, Sao Paulo)
„Explicit and Tacit Practice Transfer Methods: evidence from two field experiments“
Daniel Garrett (Toulouse School of Economics)
„Payoff Implications of Incentive Contracting“
Lena Edlund (Columbia University)
„It´s the Phone, Stupid: Mobiles and Murder“ (jointly Cecilia Machado)
Iwan Barankay (Wharton University Pennsylvania)
„Financial Incentives to Support Statin Adherence and Lipid Control (Habit Formation): A Randomized Clinical Trial“ (jointly Peter P. Reese, Mary E. Putt, Louise B. Russell, George Loewenstein, David Pagnotti, Jiali Yan, Jingsan Zhu, Ryan McGilloway, Troyen Brennan, Darra Finnerty, Karen Hoffer, Sakshum Chadha and Kevin G. Volpp)
Kristina McElheran (University of Toronto)
„Data-Driven Decision Making, Predective Analytics, and Management Practices in U.S. Manufacturing“
Kathryn Shaw (Stanford University)
„Spurring Serious Small-scale Entrepreneurship: A Policy Experiment to Lower Entry Costs“ (jointly Anders Sorensen)
Gérard Roland (University of California Berkeley)
„The Deep Historical Roots of Modern Culture: A Comparative Perspective“
Ingo Isphording (IZA Institute of Labor Economics)
„The Value of a Peer" (jointly Ulf Zölitz)
Stephan Müller (Georg-August University Göttingen)
„The Coevolution of Morals under Indirect Reciprocity”
Panu Poutvaara (ifo Institute)
„Redistributive Politics with Target-Specific Beliefs“ (jointly Christina M. Fong)
Meg Meyer (University of Oxford)
„Gaming and Strategic Opacity in Incentive Provision: Experimental Evidence“ (jointly Florian Ederer und Richard Holden)
Moritz Meyer-ter-Vehn (UCLA, University of California)
„Learning Dynamics in Social Networks“
Brice Corgnet (EM Lyon Business School)
„Rac(g)e Against the Machine? Social Incentives When Humans Meet Robots“ (jointly Roberto Hernán-Gonzalez und Ricardo Mateo)
Michael Bauer (CERGE-EI)
„Scapegoating: Experimental Evidence“ (jointly Jana Cahlíková, Julie Chytilová, Gerard Roland, Tomáš Želinský)
Georg Kirchsteiger (ECARES ULB)
“Endogenous Repeated Cooperation and Surplus Distribution - An Experimental Analysis” (jointly Sibilla Di Guida, The Anh Han, Tom Lenaerts and Ioannis Zisis)
Andrej Woerner (University of Amsterdam)
“Overcoming Time Inconsistency with a Matched Bet: Theory and Evidence from Exercising”
Bertil Tungodden (NHH)
“Beliefs about Behavioral Responses to Taxation” (jointly Alexander W. Cappelen and Ingar K. Haaland)
Pia Pinger (briq, University of Bonn)
“(In)Equality of Opportunity, Mentoring, and Critical Educational Decisions” (jointly Armin Falk, Fabian Kosse and Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch)
Yusufcan Masatlioglu (UMD)
“A Behavioral Foundation for Endogenous Salience” (jointly Andrew Ellis)
Luis Cabral (NYU)
“Standing on the Shoulders of Dwarfs: Dominant Firms and Innovation Incentives”
Matthias Doepke (Northwestern University)
“Employment Protection, Investment in Job-Specific Skills, and Inequality Trends in the United States and Europe” (jointly Ruben Gaetani)
Workshop on Labor and Personnel Economics
Sonja Settele, Berthold Herrendorf, Fabian Lange, Raicho Bojilov
Luise Görges (University of Hamburg)
“Wage earners, homemakers & gender identity-Using an artefactual field experiment to understand couples' labour division”
Lea Cassar (University of Cologne)
“Intentions for Doing Good Matter for Doing Well: The Negative Effects of Prosocial Incentives” (jointly Stephan Meier)
Øivind Nilsen (NHH)
“Competition in local bank markets: risk taking and loan supply”
Andreas Lange (University of Hamburg)
“The risks that farmers take: An experiment on externalities with individual thresholds”
Florian Engl (University of Cologne)
“A Theory of Causal Responsibility Attribution”
Thibaud Vergé (CREST)
“Auctions vs. Negotiations: the role of long-term contracts” (jointly Philippe Chone and Laurent Linnemer)
Thomas Fackler (IFO Institute Munich)
“Small Steps or Giant Leaps? Competition and the Size of Innovations”
Alex Imas (Carnegie Mellon University)
“Selling Fast and Buying Slow: Heuristics and Trading Performance of Institutional Investors” (jointly Klakow Akepanidtaworn, Rick Di Mascio and Lawrence Schmidt)
Roland Strausz (Humboldt University Berlin)
“Aggregate Information and Organizational Structures” (jointly Gorkem Celik and Dongsoo Shin)
Michael Grubb (Boston College)
“Sending out an SMS: Two studies of overdraft alerts” (jointly Andrea Caflisch, Darragh Kelly, Jeroen Nieboer and Matthew Osborne)
Florian Zimmermann (briq, University of Bonn)
“The Dynamics of Motivated Beliefs”
Andras Niedermayer (University Paris-Dauphine)
“Competitive Non-linear Pricing: Evidence from the French Automobile market” (jointly Isis Durrmeyer and Artyom Shneyerov)
Jan Stoop (Erasmus School of Economics)
“Are the Rich More Selfish than the Poor, or Do They Just Have More Money? Evidence from a natural field experiment” (jointly James Andreoni and Nikos Nikiforakis)
Mike Callen (Rady School of Management, UC San Diego)
“Decentralization and Political Selection in Nepal”
Marco Casari (University of Bologna)
“Carbon is Forever: A Climate Change Experiment on Cooperation” (jointly Giacomo Calzolari and Riccardo Ghidoni)
Charles Bellemare (University of Laval)
“Life-cycle decisions, dynamic programming, and correlation neglect: experimental analysis of alternative decision rules”
Rocco Machiavello (LSE)
“Improving export quality and what else? Nespresso in Colombia” (jointly Josepa Pepita Miquel-Florensa)
Uta Schönberg (UCL)
“Wage and Employment Effects of Minimum Wages: Evidence from Germany” (jointly Philipp vom Berge)
Charles Angelucci (Columbia Business School)
“The Medieval Roots of Inclusive Institutions: From the Norman Conquest of England to the Great Reform Act” (jointly Simone Meraglia and Nico Voigtländer)
Heinrich Nax (ETH Zurich)
“Dynamics in Buyer-Seller Markets: Theory and Experimental Evidence”
Tilman Boergers (University of Michigan)
“Strategically Simple Mechanisms” (jointly Jiangtao Li)
Nicolas Schutz (University of Mannheim)
“All-Pay Oligopolies: Price Competition with Unobservable Inventory Choices” (jointly Joao Montez)
Alexandra Roulet (INSEAD)
“The Causal Effect of Job Loss on Health: The Danish Miracle”
Dominic Rohner (HEC Lausanne)
“Information Dividend of Democracy: Impact on Political Stability and Redistribution” (jointly Jeremy Laurent-Lucchetti and Mathias Thoenig)
The Brown Bag seminars at Frankfurt School serve as a platform for internal and external researchers to present and discuss their research ideally in a stage of “work in progress”. The Brown Bag seminars are as a rule on Mondays and Thursdays at lunchtime from 12:35 until 13:20 p.m., so that the event will not interfere with teaching obligations or lectures. The presentations last between 30 and 45 minutes.
The remaining time can be used for questions and discussion.