Finance Seminar - Fall Term 2017

Organised by the Department of Banking and Finance at the University of Zurich

Friday, 12:15 - 13:30
Program (PDF, 113 KB)
Date Speaker Topic
22.09 Stefan Zeisberger
Radboud University / UZH
Understanding and Improving Investor Risk Perception with Digital Support
Paper I (PDF, 1774 KB)
Paper II (PDF, 2061 KB)
29.09 Simone Manganelli
European Central Bank
Deciding with Judgment
Paper (PDF, 658 KB)
06.10 Rainer Haselmann
Goethe-University Frankfurt
The Political Economy of Bank Bailouts
13.10 Maxim Ulrich
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
A No‐Arbitrage Heteroscedastic Macroeconomic Model for Equity, Dividend and Bond Yields
Paper (PDF, 3310 KB) - first draft
20.10 Javier Suarez
CEMFI
Equity versus Bail-in Debt in Banking: An Agency Perspective
Paper (PDF, 478 KB)
27.10 Bill Ziemba
University of British Columbia
Stock Market Crashes
03.11 Clifton Green
Emory University
Wisdom of the Employee Crowd: Employer Reviews and Stock Returns
Paper (PDF, 11240 KB)
10.11 Roland Füss
University of St. Gallen
Office Market Interconnectedness and Systemic Risk Exposure
Paper (PDF, 845 KB)
17.11 Jiekun Huang
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Informing the Market: The Effect of Modern Information Technologies on Information Production
Paper (PDF, 472 KB)
24.11 Stijn Claessens
Bank for International Settlements
Bank Capital, Portfolio Rating Change and Loan Conditions
Paper (PDF, 1289 KB)
01.12 Ulf Axelson
LSE
Sequential Credit Markets
Paper (PDF, 589 KB)
05.12 Special Seminar
12:15 - 13:30, Lecture Room MOO-006
Speaker: Martin Lettau, UC Berkeley
Topic: Estimating Latent Asset Pricing Factors
08.12 Elise Gourier
Queen Mary University of London
How Alternative Are Alternative Investments? The Case of Private Equity Funds
15.12 David Cicero
Auburn University
Local Investors’ Preferences and Capital Structure
Paper (PDF, 782 KB)
22.12 Pedro Matos
University of Virginia
Asset Management Within Commercial Banking Groups: International Evidence
Paper (PDF, 370 KB)
CANCELLED


Details of past seminars can be found here.