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Session Overview
Location: D -111
Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
8:30
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10:00
CFGE-19: Information and disclosure
Location: D -111
Chair: Stefan Zeume, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
 

Panda Games: Corporate Disclosure in the Eclipse of Search

Kemin Wang2, Xiaoyun Yu3, Bohui Zhang1

1: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China, People's Republic of; 2: Fudan University; 3: Indiana University



Corporate Disclosure as a Tacit Coordination Mechanism: Evidence from Cartel Enforcement Regulations

Thomas Bourveau1, Guoman She2, Alminas Zaldokas2

1: Columbia Business School, United States of America; 2: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology



Credit Score Doctor

Luojia Hu2, Xing Huang3, Andrei Simonov1

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago; 3: Washington University in St. Louis, Olin Business School

10:30
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12:00
CFGT-1: New Perspectives on Corporate Governance Theory
Location: D -111
Chair: Doron Levit, University of Pennsylvania
 

Managerial Short-Termism and Market Competition

Yan Xiong

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology



Ownership Structure, Reputation Crises and Recovery: Theory and Experiment

Thomas Noe1, Michael Rebello2, Thomas Rietz3

1: Saïd Business School & Balliol College University of Oxford, UK; 2: University of Texas at Dallas, United States of America; 3: University of Iowa, United States of America



The Economics of Deferral and Clawback Requirements: An indirect tax approach to compensation regulation

Florian Hoffmann1, Roman Inderst2, Marcus Opp3

1: Erasmus University Rotterdam; 2: Goethe University Frankfurt; 3: Stockholm School of Economics

13:30
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15:00
CFGT-2: Capital Structure: Theory
Location: D -111
Chair: Daniel Ferreira, London School of Economics
 

Conflicting Priorities: A Theory of Covenants and Collateral

Jason R Donaldson1, Denis Gromb2, Giorgia Piacentino3

1: Washington University in St Louis; 2: HEC Paris; 3: Columbia University, United States of America



Optimal leverage, transparency and the decision to go public

Giulio Trigilia

University of Rochester, United States of America



Equity Issuance Methods and Dilution

Mike Burkart, Hongda Zhong

London School of Economics and Political Science

15:30
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17:00
CFGT-3: Blockholders and Investor Activism: Theory
Location: D -111
Chair: Amil Dasgupta, London School of Economics
 

Large Shareholders and Financial Distress

Christian Opp

The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, United States of America



Dark Knights: The Rise in Firm Intervention by CDS Investors

Andras Danis1, Andrea Gamba2

1: Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology; 2: Warwick Business School, University of Warwick



Blockholder Disclosure Threshold and Hedge Fund Activism

Guillem Ordonez-Calafi1, Dan Bernhardt2,3

1: University of Bristol, United Kingdom; 2: University of Illinois; 3: University of Warwick

Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
8:30
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10:00
HH-1: Household Consumption-Debt Behavior
Location: D -111
Chair: Adair Morse, UC Berkeley
 

Expectations Uncertainty and Household Economic Behavior

Itzhak Ben-David2, Elyas Fermand3, Camelia Kuhnen3, Geng Li1

1: Federal Reserve Board, United States of America; 2: Ohio State University; 3: University of North Carolina



Crowdsourcing Financial Information to Change Spending Behavior

Francesco D'Acunto1, Alberto G. Rossi2, Michael Weber3

1: Boston College, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland; 3: University of Chicago



Shocked by Bank Funding Shocks: Evidence from Consumer Credit Cards

Sudheer Chava1, Rohan Ganduri2, Nikhil Paradkar1, Linghang Zeng1

1: Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America; 2: Emory University, United States of America

10:30
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12:00
HH-2: Discrimination
Location: D -111
Chair: Daniel Paravisini, London School of Economics
 

Predictably Unequal? The Effects of Machine Learning on Credit Markets

Andreas Fuster3, Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham2, Tarun Ramadorai1, Ansgar Walther1

1: Imperial College London; 2: Yale School of Management; 3: Swiss National Bank



Discrimination in the Auto Loan Market

Alexander Butler1, Erik Mayer2, James Weston1

1: Rice University, United States of America; 2: Southern Methodist University, United States or America



Performance Isn't Everything: Personal Characteristics and Career Outcomes of Mutual Fund Managers

Anna D. Scherbina1, Brad Barber2, Bernd Schlusche3

1: Brandeis University, United States of America; 2: University Of California Davis; 3: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

13:30
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15:00
HH-4: Labor Markets and Human Capital
Location: D -111
Chair: Paolo Sodini, Stockholm School of Economics
 

Do Robots Increase Wealth Dispersion?

Thomas Jansson1, Yigitcan Karabulut2

1: Sveriges riksbank, Sweden; 2: Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany



Globalization, Competition and Entrepreneurial Activity: Evidence from US Households

Hadiye Aslan2, Praveen Kumar1

1: University of Houston, United States of America; 2: Georgia State University



Clustering Fosters Investment: Local Agglomeration and Household Portfolio Choice

Jawad M. Addoum1, Stefanos Delikouras2, Da Ke3, George M. Korniotis2

1: Cornell University, United States of America; 2: University of Miami, United States of America; 3: University of South Carolina, United States of America

Date: Saturday, 24/Aug/2019
9:00
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10:30
CFGT-4: Dynamic Financing and Investment
Location: D -111
Chair: Josef Zechner, WU Vienna
 

Optimal Short-Termism

Tak-Yuen Wong1, Dirk Hackbarth2, Alejandro Rivera3

1: Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China, People's Republic of; 2: Boston University; 3: University of Texas at Dallas



Debt, Innovation, and Growth

Thomas Geelen2, Jakub Hajda3, Erwan Morellec1

1: EPFL, Switzerland; 2: Copenhagen Business School; 3: University of Lausanne, Switzerland



Debt covenants and the value of commitment

Andrea Gamba1, Lei Mao2

1: University of Warwick, UK; 2: Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China, People's Republic of

11:00
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12:30
HH-3: Financial & Robo-Advising
Location: D -111
Chair: Marcin Kacperczyk, Imperial College Business School
 

Who Benefits from Robo-advising? Evidence from Machine Learning

Alberto G Rossi1, Stephen Utkus2

1: University of Maryland, United States of America; 2: Vanguard, United States of America



Assessing Risk using Self-Regulatory Organization Disclosures

Stephen Dimmock2, William Gerken1

1: University of Kentucky, United States of America; 2: Nanyang Technological University



Unlocking Clients

Umit Gurun1, Noah Stoffman2, Scott Yonker3

1: UT - Dallas, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, United States of America; 3: Cornell University, United States of America


 
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