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Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF)


Project Title: Individual Investors in the SME Micro Bond Market

PI: Raghavendra Rau (CJBS)

Project Period: 01.9.2013 – 01.10.2014

Extended till: 01.10.2016


Project Title: Financial Decisions: The role of information through social networks

PI: Chryssi Giannitsarou (King's College)

Project Period: 01.09.2014 – 01.12.2016


Project Title: The Development of the Takeover Bid in the United States

PI: Brian Cheffins (Faculty of Law)

Project Period: October 2015 - June 2016


Project Title: Financial Management - University of Cambridge Writer’s Workshop, 7 June 2016

PI: Raghavendra Rau (CJBS)

Project Period: 2016


Project Title: Capital Expenditures and the Property Cycle: Evidence from Real Estate Investment Trusts

PI: Eva Steiner (Land Economy)

Project Period: April 2015 - February 2016


Project Title: A Long-run Study of Real Estate Risk and Return July 2015- August 2017

PI: Eva Steiner (Land Economy) and David Chambers (CEAM, CJBS)

Project Period: July 2015 - August 2017
 (completed earlier)


Project Title: Real Effects of Deregulating the Scope of Financial Intermediation

PI: Farzad Saidi (CJBS)

Project Period: 1.6.2014 – 31.5.2016


Project Title: Short Sales Constraints and the Diversification Puzzle

PI: Pedro Saffi (CJBS)

Project Period: February 2016 - December 2017
 (application for funding to CERF withdrawn as funding granted by CJBS small grant)


Latest news

PhD advisor and co-author of CERF post-doc Xinyu Hou wins Nobel Prize in Economics

11 October 2022

Philip H Dybvig from Washington University is (joint with Bernanke and Diamond) a recipient of this year’s Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his research on banks and financial crises. Prof. Dybvig is the former PhD advisor of Dr Xinyu Hou who is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Cambridge Endowment...