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Programme 2021

Cambridge Corporate Finance Theory Symposium 2021

Bolton, Patrick (Columbia University), Ye Li (The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business), Neng Wang (Columbia Business School) and Jinqiang Yang (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics). “Dynamic Banking and the Value of Deposits”.

Daley, Brendan (Johns Hopkins University), Thomas Geelen (Copenhagen Business School) and Brett Green (Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis). “Due Diligence”.

Goldstein, Itay (University of Pennsylvania), Alexandr Kopytov (University of Hong Kong), Lin Shen (INSEAD) and Haotian Xiang (Peking University). “On ESG Investing: Heterogeneous Preferences, Information, and Asset Prices”.

He, Zhiguo (University of Chicago, Booth School of Business), Jing Huang (University of Chicago, Booth School of Business) and Jidong Zhou (Yale University, School of Management). “Open Banking: Credit Market Competition When Borrowers Own the Data”.

Hu, Yunzhi (Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC Chapel Hill) and Felipe Varas (Fuqua School of Business, Duke University). “Intermediary Financing without Commitment”.

Kaniel, Ron (Simon School of Business, University of Rochester) and Dmitry Orlov (University of Wisconsin-Madison). “Intermediated Asymmetric Information, Compensation, and Career Prospects”.

Levit, Doron (University of Washington), Nadya Malenko (University of Michigan) and Ernst Maug (University of Mannheim). “The Voting Premium”.

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Best Student Paper Award 2021 - winners announced

Jun 18, 2021

For the last 13 years, Cambridge Finance is offering its Best Student Paper Award. The award comprises a cash honorarium of £1,000 and a certificate is awarded to the author of the best student paper in finance presented during the 2020-2021 academic year.

Best Student Paper Award 2021 - competition is now open

Feb 12, 2021

For the last 13 years, Cambridge Finance is offering its Best Student Paper Award. The award comprises a cash honorarium of £1,000 and a certificate is awarded to the author of the best student paper in finance presented during the 2020-2021 academic year.

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