Finance, Accounting, Management Science and Economics

The Finance, Accounting, Management Science and Economics groups host regular seminars throughout the academic year.

If you are an Oxford University student, faculty or staff, and would like to attend any of the seminars, please contact Marie Richer to check availability. 

Michaelmas Term 2019

17 October 2019

Dunhong Jin, Saïd Business School

The rise of factor investing: Household heterogeneity and asset market

22 October 2019

Samuel Hanson, Harvard Business School 

A quantity-driven theory of term premiums and exchange rates

24 October 2019

Xuan Wang, Saïd Business School

When do currency unions benefit from default?

29 October 2019

Gabriele La Spada, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Investors’ appetite for money-like assets: The MMF industry after the 2014 regulatory reform

31 October 2019

Johan Cassel, Saïd Business School

What is the impact of managerial ownership on firm performance in private equity portfolio firms

5 November 2019

Denis Gromb, HEC Paris 

Conflicting priorities: A theory of covenants and collateral

7 November 2019

David Cardoso, Saïd Business School

Financial regulation reforms and bank capital structure

12 November 2019

Anna Pavlova, London Business School 

Is there too much benchmarking of Asset Managers?

14 November 2019

Irem Guceri, Saïd Business School

Quantifying and alleviating financing constraints for innovative firms

19 November 2019

Frederico Belo, INSEAD

Priceless consumption

21 November 2019

Markus Parlasca, Department of Economics, Oxford

Time inconsistency in stress test design

26 November 2019

Laurent Calvet, EDHEC Business School 

A supply and demand approach to equity pricing

3 December 2019

Matthew Ringgenberg, The University of Utah 

Are cross-sectional predictors good market-level predictors?

5 December 2019

Jason Donaldson, Washington University in St Louis

Netting

10 December 2019

Matt Baron, Cornell University 

Salient crises, quiet crises

Hilary Term 2020

22 January 2020

Enrichetta Ravin, Northwestern University

Investor ideology

4 February 2020

Adrien Matray, Princeton University

Higher dividend taxes, no problem! Evidence from taxing entrepreneurs in France

11 February 2020

Hans-Joachim Voth, University of Zurich

Finance to fascism: the real effect of Germany's 1931 banking crisis

18 February 2020

Kjell Nyborg, University of Zurich

Repo rates and the collateral spread puzzle

19 February 2020

Tobias Berg, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Handling spillover effects in empirical research

20 February 2020

Söhnke Bartram, Warwick University

Currency anomalies

25 February 2020

Andreas Fuster, Swiss National Bank

Paying too much? Price dispersion in the US mortgage market

27 February

Boris Vallee, Harvard Business School

Can security design solve household reluctance to take risk?

3 March 2020

Zacharias Sautner, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

Limited attention to detail in financial markets

10 March 2020

Cancelled: Zhiguo He, University of Chicago

Commonality in credit spread changes: Dealer inventory and intermediary distress

12 March 2020

William Grieser, Texas Christian University

Industry networks and the geography of firm behavior

Trinity Term 2020

7 May 2020

Pedro Bordalo, Saïd Business School
TBC

Qizhou Xiong, Saïd Business School
TBC

14 May 2020

Dimitrios Tsomocos, Saïd Business School

TBC

26 May 2020

Amir Amel-Zadeh, Saïd Business School

TBC

18 June 2020

Thomas Hellmann, Saïd Business School
TBC

Martin Schmalz, Saïd Business School
TBC