Seminar Programme 2010-11

Autumn Term Programme 2010


Speaker and Title
18 October Mike Adams (Swansea)
Chief Executive Officer Incentives, Monitoring, and Corporate Risk Management:: Evidence from Insurance Use
25 October Evarist Stoja (Bristol)
Disributional Characteristics of High Frequency Returns.
1 November Niamh Brennan (University College Dublin)
Theoretical Perspectives on Impression Management: New Insights from Psychology, Sociology, and Critical Perspectives
8 November Mark Freeman (Bradford)
Discounting and Compounding into the Far Distant Future
15 November Ian Tonks (Bath)
Why Does Mutual Fund Performance not Persist? The Impact and Interaction of Fund Flows and Manager Changes
22 November Ken Peasnell (Lancaster)
Market Reaction to Securitization Retained Interest Impairments during the Financial Crisis of 2007-2008
29 November David Ashton (Bristol)
A New Approach to Simultaneously Estimating the Implied Cost of Capital and Long-run Growth
6 December Asad Kausar (Manchester)
13 December Piotr Korczak (Bristol)
Development of Emerging Stock Markets and the Demand for Cross-Listing

Spring Term Programme 2011


Speaker and Title
17 January Mungo Wilson (Oxford)
Earnings Announcements and Systematic Risk
31 January Christopher Polk (London School of Economics)
Connected Stocks
14 February Henri Servaes (London Business School)
Have Rating Agencies Become More Conservative?
21 February Michael Moore (Queen’s University Belfast)
Order Flow and the Monetary Model of Exchange Rates: Evidence from a Novel Data Set
28 February Juan Manuel Garcia Lara (Carlos III, Madrid)
7 March Hervé Stolowy (HEC, Paris)
Control, Trust and Hyperreality: Insights From the Madoff Case

Summer Term Programme 2011


Speaker and Title
9 May Nihat Aktas (EMLYON Business School)
Learning from Repetitive Acquisitions: Evidence from the Time Between Deals
16 May Christopher Chapman (Imperial College)
Understanding Accurateness of Costs in Healthcare
23 May Grzegorz Trojanowski (Exeter)
Does the Quality of Board Governance Matter for Corporate Performance in the UK?
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