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Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF)

 

CERF funds a number of projects, ongoing projects are listed below:

Project Title: Contact tracing, quarantine and financial activity

PI: Edoardo Gallo (Faculty of Economics)

Project Period: August 2021- August 2023

Project Title: Board Gender Diversity and IPO Performance

PI: Raghu Rau (CJBS)

Project Period:  February 2021-December 2021

Project Title: The Impact of Price Regulation on Prices and Variety in the Italian Book Market

PI: Christos Genakos (CJBS)

Project Period: September 2019- October 2021

Project Title: Climate Change and Equity Returns: Do Environmentally Friendly Stocks Outperform?

PI:Kamiar Mohaddesh (CJBS)

Project Period:  December 2020 - September 2021

Project Title:Health Insurance and Household Financial Well-being

PI:Dr Kai Liu 

Project Period: May 01, 2020-Apr 30, 2021

Project Title: Understanding venture capitalists ethnographically – investment decisions and value-add

PI: Johannes Felix Lenhard (Social Anthropology / Max Cam)

Project Period: February 2019 - October 2019

Project Title: SOFIE Conference

PI: Oliver Linton (Faculty of Economics)

Project Period: 23-25 June , 2021

Project Title: Director Incentives in the Labour Market, Corporate Governance, and Firm Performance

PI: Bang Dang Nguyen (CJBS)

Project Period: May 2018- May 2021

Project Title: Big Data and Empirical Finance

PI: Oliver Linton (Faculty of Economics)

Project Period: Lent term 2017/2018 - Easter term 2019/2020

Project Title: The dynamics of corporate financial policies, group decisions, and coalition formation.

PI: Prof. Bart Lambrecht (award holder)

Dr Shiqi Chen (co-investigator)

Project Period: February 2021 - February 2023

Project Title: CJBS Library -

WRDS platform and data

 

 

 

The dynamics of corporate financial policies, group decisions, and coalition formation.

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Best Student Paper Award 2021 - winners announced

18 June 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

12 February 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.