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|Date: Thursday, 24/Aug/2017|
|FIIE-1: Hedge Funds
Chair: Elvira Sojli, University of New South Wales
Public Hedge Funds
Singapore Management University
How Smart is Institutional Trading?
Singapore Management University
Limits of Arbitrage under the Microscope: Evidence from detailed Hedge Fund Transaction Data
1: Federal Reserve Board; 2: Inalytics; 3: HEC Paris
|FIIE-3: VC, PE and Entrepreneurship
Chair: Carsten Bienz, NHH Norwegian School of Economics
VC Financing and the Entrepreneurship Gender Gap
University of Alberta
Adverse Selection and the Performance of Private Equity Co-Investments
1: Technical University Munich; 2: University of Oxford
Winning a Deal in Private Equity: Do Educational Networks Matter?
1: University of St. Gallen; 2: University of Oxford
|FIIE-10: Liquidity Provision and Collateral
Chair: Peter Feldhütter, London Business School
Window-Dressing and Trading Relationships in the Tri-Party Repo Markets
Federal Reserve Board
The Role of the Government Bond Lending Market in Collateral Transformation
1: Georgetown University; 2: European Central Bank
Customer Liquidity Provision: Implications for Corporate Bond Transaction Costs
1: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; 2: Federal Reserve Board
|Date: Friday, 25/Aug/2017|
|FIIE-5: Fund Performance
Chair: Stefan Ruenzi, University of Mannheim
Are Hedge Fund Capacity Constraints Binding? Evidence on Scale and Competition
1: Penn State University; 2: Villanova University
Diseconomies of Scope and Mutual Fund Manager Performance
1: University of Virginia; 2: Pompeu Fabra University
Cheaper Is Not Always Better: On the Superior Performance of High-Fee Mutual Funds
1: University of British Columbia; 2: University of Toronto
|FIIE-11: Bank Governance
Chair: Stijn Claessens, Bank for International Settlements
Politics, Banks, and Sovereign Debt: Unholy Trinity or Divine Coincidence?
1: European Central Bank; 2: Halle Institute for Economic Research
Is the Fox Guarding the Henhouse? Regulatory Connections and Public Subsidies in Banks
1: University of Edinburgh; 2: Cardiff University
Public Service or Private Benefits? Bankers in the Governance of the Federal Reserve System
1: DePaul University; 2: Washington University in St. Louis
|FIIE-9: Capital Regulation
Chair: Rainer Haselmann, Goethe University Frankfurt
Specialisation in Mortgage Risk under Basel II
1: Bank of England; 2: London School of Economics; 3: 4-most Europe
Cross-Subsidization of Market Risk by Strategic Credit Risk-Reporting: Evidence from Supervisory Data
1: Goethe University Frankfurt, SAFE; 2: Deutsche Bundesbank
Did the Basel Process of Capital Regulation Enhance the Resiliency of European Banks?
University of Vienna
|Date: Saturday, 26/Aug/2017|
|FIIE-4: Systemic Risk
Chair: Artem Neklyudov, University of Lausanne
Bank Networks and Systemic Risk: Evidence from the National Banking Acts
1: U.S. Department of Treasury; 2: Arizona State University
The Failure of a Clearinghouse: Empirical Evidence
1: HEC Paris, CEPR; 2: Bank of France
Credit Risk Hedging
1: Federal Reserve Bank of New York; 2: University of Michigan; 3: Columbia University
|FIIE-6: Bank Risk
Chair: Reint E. Gropp, Halle Institute for Economic Research
Bank Use of Sovereign CDS in the Eurozone Crisis: Hedging and Risk Incentives
1: NYU Stern School of Business, CEPR, NBER; 2: Deutsche Bundesbank; 3: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Geographic Diversification and Banks’ Funding Costs
1: UC Berkeley, NBER; 2: University of Hong Kong; 3: Chinese University of Hong Kong
Do Corporate Depositors Risk Everything for Nothing? The Importance of Deposit Relationships, Interest Rates and Bank Risk
1: Goethe University Frankfurt; 2: Copenhagen Business School; 3: NYU Stern School of Business; 4: Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
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