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Session Overview
Location: Stream 09
Date: Thursday, 26/Aug/2021
1:30pm - 3:00pmCFT 01: Financial Distress
Location: Stream 09
Session Chair: Lucy White, Boston University
Stream 09 
ID: 824

Renegotiation in Debt Chains

Vincent Glode2, Christian Opp1

1Simon Business School, University of Rochester; 2Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Discussant: Charles Kahn (University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana)

824-CFT-EFA2021-Renegotiation in Debt Chains.pdf

ID: 2187

Buying a Seat at the Table: Bankruptcy Law and Distress Investing

Mike Burkart1,4, Samuel Lee2, Vladimir Vladimirov3

1London School of Economics, United Kingdom; 2Santa Clara University, United States of America; 3University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 4Swedish House of Finance, Sweden

Discussant: Adrian Aycan Corum (Cornell University)

2187-CFT-EFA2021-Buying a Seat at the Table.pdf

ID: 1243

Persuasion in Global Games with Application to Stress Testing

Nicolas Inostroza1, Alessandro Pavan2

1University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, Canada; 2Northwestern University

Discussant: Ansgar Walther (Imperial College London)

1243-CFT-EFA2021-Persuasion in Global Games with Application to Stress Testing.pdf
3:30pm - 5:00pmECB: Non-bank financial intermediation
Location: Stream 09
Session Chair: Angela Maddaloni, European Central Bank
Stream 09 
ID: 1048

Do Responsible Investors Invest Responsibly?

Rajna Gibson Brandon2, Simon Glossner1, Philipp Krueger2, Pedro Matos1, Tom Steffen3

1UVA Darden School of Business; 2University of Geneva; 3Osmosis Investment Management

Discussant: Ishita Sen (Harvard Business School)

1048-FIE-EFA2021-Do Responsible Investors Invest Responsibly.pdf

ID: 1964

Insurance Companies and the Propagation of Liquidity Shocks to the Real Economy

Stefano Rossi1, Hayong Yun2, Yubo Liu3

1Bocconi University, Italy; 2Michigan State University, USA; 3Xiamen University, China

Discussant: Stanislava Nikolova (University of Nebraska Lincoln)

1964-FIE-EFA2021-Insurance Companies and the Propagation of Liquidity Shocks.pdf

ID: 2046

Do non-banks need access to the lender of last resort? Evidence from mutual fund runs

Johannes Breckenfelder1, Niklas Grimm1, Marie Hoerova1,2

1European Central Bank, Germany; 2Centre for Economic Policy Research, United Kingdom

Discussant: Falko Fecht (Frankfurt School of Finance and Management)

2046-FIE-EFA2021-Do non-banks need access to the lender of last resort Evidence.pdf
5:30pm - 7:00pmFIT 01: Bank Competition and Financial Innovation
Location: Stream 09
Session Chair: Nadya Malenko, University of Michigan
Stream 09 
ID: 111

Open Banking: Credit Market Competition When Borrowers Own the Data

Zhiguo He1, Jing Huang1, Jidong Zhou2

1University of Chicago, Booth School of Business; 2Yale School of Management

Discussant: Cecilia Parlatore (New York University)

111-FIT-EFA2021-Open Banking.pdf

ID: 797

Information Technology and Bank Competition

Xavier Vives, Zhiqiang Ye

IESE Business School, Spain

Discussant: Lin Shen (INSEAD)

797-FIT-EFA2021-Information Technology and Bank Competition.pdf

ID: 1954

Financial Innovation with Endogenous Experimentation

Zhaohui Chen1, Alan Morrison2, Bill Wilhelm1

1University of Virginia, United States of America; 2University of Oxford

Discussant: Yunzhi Hu (UNC Chapel Hill)

1954-FIT-EFA2021-Financial Innovation with Endogenous Experimentation.pdf
Date: Friday, 27/Aug/2021
1:30pm - 3:00pmFIE 04: Lending, Inflation and Monetary Policy
Location: Stream 09
Session Chair: Steven Ongena, University of Zurich
Stream 09 
ID: 2198

Monetary Transmission through Bank Balance Sheet Synergies

William Diamond1, Zhengyang Jiang2, Yiming Ma3

1Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; 2Kellogg School, Northwestern University; 3Columbia Business School

Discussant: Francois Koulischer (University of Luxembourg)

2198-FIE-EFA2021-Monetary Transmission through Bank Balance Sheet Synergies.pdf

ID: 132

Inflation and Disintermediation

Isha Agarwal1, Matthew Baron2

1University of British Columbia, Canada; 2Cornell University

Discussant: Martina Jasova (Barnard College, Columbia University)

132-FIE-EFA2021-Inflation and Disintermediation.pdf

ID: 1257

Systemic Risk and Monetary Policy: The Haircut Gap Channel of the Lender of Last Resort

Martina Jasova1, Luc Laeven2,7, Caterina Mendicino2,3, Jose-Luis Peydro4,5,7, Dominik Supera6

1Barnard College, Columbia University, United States of America; 2European Central Bank; 3Tillburg University; 4Imperial College London; 5ICREA-UPF-CREI-BarcelonaGSE; 6Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; 7CEPR

Discussant: Filippo De Marco (Bocconi University)

1257-FIE-EFA2021-Systemic Risk and Monetary Policy.pdf
3:30pm - 5:00pmFIE 06: Financial Crises and Policies
Location: Stream 09
Session Chair: Loriana Pelizzon, Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE
Stream 09 
ID: 178

Investing in Crises

Matthew Baron1, Luc Laeven2, Julien Penasse3, Yevhenii Usenko4

1Cornell University; 2European Central Bank; 3University of Luxembourg; 4MIT Sloan

Discussant: Aleksandra Rzeznik (York University)

178-FIE-EFA2021-Investing in Crises.pdf

ID: 914

Fifty Shades of QE: Comparing Findings of Central Bankers and Academics

Brian Fabo2, Martina Jancokova3, Elisabeth Kempf1, Lubos Pastor1

1University of Chicago, United States of America; 2National Bank of Slovakia; 3European Central Bank

Discussant: Stefano Pegoraro (University of Notre Dame)

914-FIE-EFA2021-Fifty Shades of QE.pdf

ID: 1808

Are Repo Markets Fragile? Evidence from September 2019

Alyssa Anderson, Sriya Anbil, Zeynep Senyuz

Federal Reserve Board of Governors, United States of America

Discussant: Zorka Simon (Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE)

1808-FIE-EFA2021-Are Repo Markets Fragile Evidence from September 2019.pdf
5:30pm - 7:00pmFIE 07: FinTech and Bank Lending
Location: Stream 09
Session Chair: Hans Degryse, KU Leuven
Stream 09 
ID: 1996

FinTech Lending and Cashless Payments

Pulak Ghosh1, Boris Vallee2, Yao Zeng3

1Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India; 2Harvard Business School, United States of America; 3University of Pennsylvania, United States of America

Discussant: Aluna Wang (Carnegie Mellon University)

1996-FIE-EFA2021-FinTech Lending and Cashless Payments.pdf

ID: 393

The Value of “New” and “Old” Intermediation in Online Debt Crowdfunding

Alberto Manconi1, Fabio Braggion2, Nicola Pavanini2, Haikun Zhu3

1Bocconi University, Italy; 2Tilburg University, Netherlands; 3Erasmus School of Economics - Erasmus University Rotterdam

Discussant: Roberto Steri (University of Luxembourg)

393-FIE-EFA2021-The Value of “New” and “Old” Intermediation.pdf

ID: 280

Data vs collateral

Leonardo Gambacorta1, Yiping Huang2, Zhenhua Li3, Han Qiu2, Shu Chen3

1BIS, Switzerland; 2Institute of Digital Finance and National School of Development, Peking University; 3Ant Group

Discussant: Artashes Karapetyan (ESSEC Business School)

280-FIE-EFA2021-Data vs collateral.pdf

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