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Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF)

 
Date: 
Wednesday, 20 May, 2015 - 11:00 to 13:00
Event location: 
Room W2.02, Cambridge Judge Business School
Contact name: 
Kat Ndrepepaj
Contact phone: 
01223768129
Contact email: 

The CERF Cavalcade aims to give you a glimpse of the research that is currently sponsored by CERF. The cavalcade consists of a procession of six speakers. Each speaker has only twelve minutes to present his work, turning the cavalcade into a dynamic event that should keep you engaged from beginning to end. The cavalcade includes speakers from the Faculty of Economics, Cambridge Judge Business School, the Faculty of History, the Department of Sociology and CERF. This mix illustrates the interdisciplinary nature of CERF. All talks have a common denominator though: they cover research that aims to improve our understanding of some aspect of finance. Programme and Abstracts available here

Name

Title (tbc)

Jeroen Dalderop (Faculty of Economics)

Nonparametric State Price Density Estimation using High Frequency Data

Jenny Chu (CJBS)

Do Compensation Consultants Enable Higher CEO Pay? New Evidence from Recent Disclosure Rule Changes

Bart Lambrecht (CJBS)

A Theory of Income Smoothing when Insiders know more than Outsiders

Eva Steiner (Department of Land Economy)

Real Estate and Leverage: In Good Times and in Bad

Farzad Saidi (CJBS)

 

Does Bank Scope Improve Monitoring Incentives in Syndicated Lending?

Oliver Linton (Faculty of Economics, INET)

An investigation into Multivariate Variance Ratio Statistics and their application to Stock Market Predictability


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