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Cambridge - Lausanne Workshop 2018

A joint finance workshop has been agreed between Cambridge and two partner universities in Switzerland (University of Lausanne (UNIL) and Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).

The first Cambridge-Lausanne workshop took place at Clare College, University of Cambridge, on 23-24 March 2018.  Add to your calendar - venue and event information

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The workshop brought together academics with an interest in finance. In the first year the workshop will be organised by CERF and Cambridge Finance. The second workshop will take place in Lausanne (Switzerland). The aim for this workshop is to include 10 papers split between Lausanne and Cambridge.

Cambridge papers:

  • Jan Bouwens (CJBS) : The Effect of Allocating Decision Rights on the Generation,  Application, and Sharing of Soft Information
  • Edoardo Gallo (Faculty of Economics): Financial Contagion in Networks: A Market Experiment
  • Pedro Saffi (CJBS): The Rise of the Equity Lending Market: Implications for Corporate Financial Policies
  • Michael Tehranchi (Statslab): Parallel Shifts of at-the-money Implied
  • Hui Xu (CERF): Origin of the 2008 Financial Crisis: Beliefs Dispersion and Rare Event Risk

 Lausanne papers:

  • Dianne Pierret (Swiss Finance Institute and HEC), Roberto Steri (Swiss Finance Institute and HEC): Stressed Banks
  • Theodosios Dimopoulos (Swiss Finance Institute and University of Lausanne), Stefano Sacchetto (IESE Business School, University of Navarra) : Heterogeneity in Corporate Investment and Financing Policies
  • Semyon Malamud (Swiss Finance Institute, EPF Lausane, CEPR), Andreas Schrimpf (Bank of International Settlements and CEPR): An Intermediation-Based Model of Exchange Rates
  • Alexey Ivashchenko (University of Lausanne), Artem Neklyudov (University of Lausanne): (In)frequently traded corporate bonds

 Cambridge Lausanne 2018

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