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|Date: Thursday, 24/Aug/2017|
|CFGT-1: Shareholder Activism
Chair: Amil Dasgupta, London School of Economics
1: University of Toronto; 2: University of Oxford
Portfolio Size and the Incentives for Shareholder Activism
Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
Proxy Advisory Firms: The Economics of Selling Information to Voters
1: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 2: Boston College
|CFGT-2: Disclosure and News
Chair: Chong Huang, UC Irvine
The Forward-Looking Disclosures of Corporate Managers: Theory and Evidence
1: Goethe University Frankfurt; 2: Halle Institute for Economic Research; 3: European Business School
Optimal Leverage and Strategic Disclosure
University of Rochester
Spillovers from "Good-News" and Other Bankruptcies: Real Effects and Price Responses
University of Texas at Dallas
|CFGT-3: Corporate Cash Policy
Chair: Boris Nikolov, University of Lausanne, Swiss Finance Institute
The Interest Sensitivity of Corporate Cash
1: National University of Singapore; 2: University of Michigan, NBER; 3: Fudan University
Transitory Versus Permanent Shocks: Explaining Corporate Savings and Investment
1: Erasmus University Rotterdam; 2: EPFL, Swiss Finance Insitute; 3: EPFL, Swiss Finance Institute, CEPR; 4: Cass Business School, CEPR; 5: University of Bern, University of Geneva, Swiss Finance Institute
R&D Dynamics and Corporate Cash
1: National University of Singapore; 2: Peking University
|Date: Saturday, 26/Aug/2017|
|IF-1: CIRP & Carry
Chair: Wenxin Du, Federal Reserve Board
Optimal Factor Strategy in FX Markets
1: Washington University in St. Louis; 2: University of New South Wales
Segmented Money Markets and Covered Interest Parity Arbitrage
1: BI Norwegian Business School; 2: Bank for International Settlements; 3: Norges Bank
Limits to Arbitrage in the Foreign Exchange Market: Evidence from FX Trade Repository Data
1: Bank of England; 2: Imperial College Business School
|BH-5: Attention and Information
Chair: Matti Keloharju, Aalto University
Does it Pay to Pay Attention?
1: University of Melbourne; 2: University of Maryland
Attention on Volatility and Options
1: University of Hong Kong; 2: Oklahoma State University; 3: Rutgers University
Cheap Products or Cheap Talk? Disclosed Markups and Ex-Post Performance of Structured Products
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Conference: EFA 2017
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