Spring 2016 - complete
Finance Series seminars are usually held on Fridays from 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in JKP-112.
We no longer provide hardcopies of the papers. If you want a printout, please download and print the PDF file
available by clicking on the paper title. Thank you. [parking & seminar map (.pdf)] [interactive USC campus map]
|Rev||Date||Speaker||Title of Paper||Room|
|The Job Rating Game: The Effects of Revolving Doors on Analyst Incentives||JKP-112|
Andrew (Di) Wu
|Shock Spillover and Financial Response in Supply Chain Networks: Evidence from Firm-Level Data||JKP-112|
Miao Ben Zhang
U Texas at Austin
Labor-Technology Substitution: Implications for Asset Pricing
|Optimal Issuance Across Markets and Over Time seminar: 12:30pm||JKP-104
|Household Debt Overhang and Labor Supply||JKP-112|
|Bank Capital and Lending Relationships||JKP-112|
|A Tale of Two Volatilities: Sectoral Uncertainty, Growth, and Asset Prices||JKP-112|
|The Marginal Propensity to Consume Out of Liquidity: Evidence from Random Assignment of 54,522 Credit Lines||JKP-112|
|Influencing Control: Jawboning in Risk Arbitrage (co-authors: Tao Li, Warwick Bus. School, and Danqing Mei, Columbia) seminar: 2:00pm||JKP-210
|Mar. 11||Jonathan Brogaard
Univ. of Washington
|The Real Impact of Passive Investing in Financial Markets (co-authors: Matthew Ringgenberg, WUSTL, and David Sovich, WUSTL)||JKP-112|
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|No seminar - Spring Break.||- - -|
|Quantifying Liquidity and Default Risks of Corporate Bonds over the Business Cycle (co-authors: Rui Cui, Chicago, Booth; Zhiguo He, Chicago, Booth; and Konstantin Milbradt, Northwestern, Kellogg)||JKP-112|
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|No seminar.||- - -|
|Misallocation Cycles (co-authors: Cedric Ehouarne, Carnegie Mellon and David Schreindorfer, ASU) DIFFERENT ROOM: ACC-205||ACC-205|
Ohio St. Univ.
|A Comparison of New Factor Models (co-authors: Kewei Hou, Ohio State Univ. and Chen Xue, Univ. of Cincinnati)||JKP-112|
Dr. Lo will present two seminars:
10:30am General Interest workshop in JKP-112
"Can Financial Engineering Cure Cancer?"
2:00pm Finance Seminar in JKP-104
"Evolutionary Foundations of Economic Behavior".
This workshop is an overview of 5 papers. Download all 5 (.zip)
Both workshops are open to the public. Students are especially encouraged to attend the 10:30am seminar!
See the Program page for links to presenter and discussant websites.
USC-UCLA-UCI-Caltech Finance Day at USC Program (pdf)
Please RSVP so we have an accurate count for lunch!!!
Papers: The papers are posted on the Program website.
Hardcopies of unposted papers will be available at the conference.
Parking: Go to USC Gate 3 at the corner of Figueroa St. and USC McCarthy Way, 3501 S. Figueroa St. Get in the right lane and stop at the kiosk. Inform the kiosk attendant that you have a parking reservation under the name "Finance Day", with "Reservation ID# 133363". The guard will give you a parking pass and allow you to enter PSX. DO NOT park in spaces marked "Reserved", "Carpool", or "Handicapped" or you WILL receive a parking ticket!
Location: the Conference will take place in Popovich Hall (JKP), room 212. See the Finance Day map for directions.
Finance Day campus map with directions (pdf).
Directions to USC Gate 3. Full campus map (pdf).
Interactive campus map.
For more information, contact Dr. Frydman at cfrydman at marshall . usc . edu
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