Research seminar

The department of Banking & Finance organizes the seminar series, where speakers from academic institutions are invited to present and discuss their recent work. Topics cover a broad range of up-to-date research questions. Seminars are organized on a regularly basis during the semester time. PhD students and advanced Master students are expected to attend the seminars in order to get in touch with recent research. Seminars are open to the interested audience. Information about upcoming seminars are sent out via email. If you would like to be informed or for any further information, please contact: Michael Kirchler EMail Icon

Seminars are usually scheduled for Monday, 14.00h and take place in seminar room 3 (SR 3, 1st floor, north part).

 

Seminar schedule for the Summer term 2013

 

Mo., 04.03.2013 Markus Glaser
(Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)
14.00h, SR 3
"tba"

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Mo., 10.06.2013 Aldo Rustichini
(University of Cambridge)
14.00h, SR 3 "tba"

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Past Seminar schedules

 

» Winter term 2012/2013


Mo., 22.10.2012 Martin Weber
(University of Mannheim)
14.00h, SR 3
"Volatility inadaptability: Investors care about risk, but can't cope with volatility"

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Mo., 05.11.2012 Colin Camerer
(Caltech)

- cancelled -

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Mo., 14.01.2013 Christian Wagner
(Copenhagen Business School)
14.00h, SR 3
"The Economic Value of Predicting Bond Risk Premia: Can Anything Beat the Expectations Hypothesis?"

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Mo., 28.01.2013 Alexander Mürmann
(WU Vienna)
14.00h, SR 3 "Asymmetric Information in Automobile Insurance: New Evidence from Driving Behavior."

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» Spring term 2012


Mo., 16.04.2012 Bruno Biais
(Toulouse School of Economics)

- cancelled -

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Mo., 23.04.2012 Eric Hjalmarsson
(Queen Mary University of London)
14.00h, SR 3 "Rise of the Machines: Algorithmic Trading in the Foreign Exchange Market"

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Mo., 14.05.2012 Alexander Wagner
(University of Zurich)
14.00h, SR 3
"Agency versus hold-up: Understanding the impact of binding say-on-pay on stock prices"

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Mo., 04.06.2012 Paul Schneider
(University of Warwick)
14.00h, SR 3 "Fear trading"

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Mo., 18.06.2012 Jason Shachat
(Xiamen University)
14.00h, SR 3 "The Hayek hypothesis and long run competitive equilibrium: an experimental investigation"

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» Winter term 2011/12


Mo., 19.09.2011 Peter Bossaerts
(Caltech and Swiss Finance
Institute at EPFL)
14.00h, SR I, Faculty
of Theology
"Hedging your Bets by Learning Reward Correlations in the Human Brain"

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Mo., 10.10.2011 Shyam Sunder
(Yale University)
10.00h, Fakultäts-
sitzungssaal
"Risky Curves: From Unobservable Utility to Observable Opportunity Sets"

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Mo., 17.10.2011 Marc Vorsatz
(FEDEA - Fundacion de
Estudios de Economia Aplicada)
- cancelled -
"Information Aggregation in Experimental Asset Markets in the Presence of a Manipulator"

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Mo., 28.11.2011 Greg Vilkov
(Goethe University Frankfurt)
14.00h, SR 3 "Why does an equal-weighted portfolio outperform value- and price-weighted portfolios?"

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Mo., 16.01.2012 Sebastian Lang

  - cancelled -

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Mo., 30.01.2012 Maik Schmeling
(University of Hannover)
14.00h, SR 3 "Currency order flows, information, and risk premia"

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» Spring term 2011

 

Mo., 07.03.2011 Maik Schmeling
(University of Hannover)
14.00h, SR 3
- cancelled -

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Mo., 04.04.2011 Markus Schmid
(University of Mannheim)
14.00h, SR 3 "Risk Management, Corporate Governance, and Bank Performance in the Financial Crisis"

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Mo., 16.05.2011 Thomas Lux
(University of Kiel)
14.00h, SR 3
"Individual Expectations and Aggregate Behavior in Learning to Forecast Experiments"

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Mo., 30.05.2011 Joril Maeland
(University of Bergen)
14.00h, SR 3 "Agency, Competition, and Investment Timing"

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Mo., 06.06.2011 Wolfgang Aussenegg (TU Wien)
14.00h, SR 3 "European Asset Swap Spreads and the Credit Crisis"

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Mo., 20.06.2011 Norman Schürhoff
(HEC Lausanne)
14.00h, SR 3 "Why Ratings Matter: Evidence from the Lehman Brothers Index Rating Redefinition"

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Mo., 27.06.2011 Rainer Jankowitsch
(WU Wien)
14.00h, SR 3 - cancelled -

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» Winter term 2010/11

 

Mo., 11.10.2010 Charles Noussair
(University of Tilburg)      
14.00h, SR 3
"An experimental DSGE model"

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Mo., 18.10.2010 Marco LiCalzi
(University of Venice)       
14.00h, SR 3 "Convergence of outcomes and evolution of strategic behavior in double auction"

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Mo., 15.11.2010 Jan Tuinstra
(University of Amsterdam)
14.00h, SR 3
"A multi-round strategy tournament of the Minority Game: A combined laboratory and internet experiment"

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Mo., 06.12.2010 Topi Miettinen
(Aalto School of Economics and
Stockholm School of Economics)
14.00h, SR 3 "(Legal) disputes and settlement in the lab"

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Mo., 13.12.2010 Stefan Palan (University of Graz)            
14.00h, SR 3 "To see is to believe - Common expectations of rationality in experimental asset markets"

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Mo., 10.01.2011 Martin Wallmeier
(University of Fribourg)                       
14.00h, SR 3 "Multivariate downside risk: normal versus variance gamma"

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Mo., 17.01.2011 Stefan Zeisberger
(University of Zürich)                           
14.00h, SR 3 "The effect of experience sampling on the attractiveness of structured products: an experimental analysis"

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Mo., 24.01.2011 Florian Hauser
(University of Innsbruck)                     
14.00h, SR 3 "On the possibility of informationally efficient markets when investors trade on incomplete, cumulative information"

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Mo., 31.01.2011 David Tuckett
(University College London)                
14.00h, SR 3 "Financial markets are markets in stories: Some emotional finance realities revealed through interviews"

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» Spring term 2010

 

Mo., 15.03.2010 Martin Holmen
(University of Gothenburg)
14.00h, SR 19
"Selection Bias and Event Studies: The Case of Takeover Likelihood and Takeover Premium"

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Mo., 22.03.2010 Christian Andres
(University of Mannheim)
14.00h, SR 19 "Is Busy Really Busy? Board Governance Revisited"

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Mo., 12.04.2010 Sebastian Lang
(University of St.Gallen)
14.00h, SR 19
"Determinants of the target capital structure and adjustment speed - Evidence from Asian capital markets"

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Mo., 10.05.2010 Wolf Wagner
(University of Tilburg)
14.00h, SR 19
"Tail Risk at Banks"

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Mo., 17.05.2010 Michael Roos
(University of Bochum)

cancelled

 

 

Mo., 31.05.2010 Michael Kirchler
(University of Innsbruck)
14.00h,
Fakultätssitzungssaal

"The Efficiency of Financial Markets -
Evidence from Experiments on a Tobin-Tax"

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Mo., 21.06.2010 Hendrik Hakenes
(University of Hannover)
14.00h, SR 19 "The Birth and Burst
of Asset Price Bubbles
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» Winter term 2009/10

 

Mo., 12.10.09 Erik Theissen
(University of Mannheim)
14.00h, SR 3
"Fourteen at One Blow: The Market Entry of Turquoise."

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Mo., 19.10.09 Jens Martin
(University of Amsterdam)
14.00h, SR 3 "The Pre-IPO Dividend Puzzle"

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Mo., 23.11.09 Christian Koziol
(WHU - Otto-Beisheim School of Management)
14.00h, SR 3
"Are Private Equity Investors Boon or Bane for an Economy? - A Theoretical Analysis"

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Mo., 14.12.09 Wolfgang Drobetz
(University of Hamburg)
14.00h, SR 3 "Information asymmetry and the value of cash"

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Mo., 11.01.10 Manuel Ammann
(University of St.Gallen)
14.00h, SR 3
"Cash Holdings and Corporate Governance - International Evidence"

 

 

Mo., 18.01.10 Sandy Klasa
(University of Arizona)
14.00h, SR 3 "Causes and consequences of preannouncement runups in acquisition targets:
Evidence from deal negotiations and earnings news
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Mo., 25.01.10 Daniel Rösch
(University of Hannover)
14.00h, SR 3 "Rating performance and agency incentives of structured finance transactions"

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