Finance Brown Bag Seminar

The Brown-Bag Seminar is an ideal opportunity to present your work and to receive valuable comments and suggestions. You are invited to submit work in progress or a complete paper in all fields of finance and related topics. The seminar takes place every Wednesday from 2 to 3 pm online via Zoom.

There are only very few rules for this seminar:

1. Presentations are to be held in English.
2. The seminar starts exactly at 2 pm and ends at 3 pm.
3. Questions from participants are allowed at all times.

To fix a date, contact Özlem Dursun-de Neef (dursundeneef[at]finance.uni-frankfurt[dot]de). Please always submit a title, an abstract, all authors and their affiliations together with your application. Please note that registration implies the obligation to deliver a presentation! We kindly ask presenters to commit to participate in other sessions as well.

Date Speaker Topic
27 Oct 2021 Emily Kormanyos (Goethe University & SAFE) Market Impact of Government Communication: The Case of Presidential Tweets
03 Nov 2021 Karol Paludkiewicz (Deutsche Bundesbank) You Can’t Always Get What You Want (Where You Want It): Cross-Border Effects of the US Money Market Fund Reform
10 Nov 2021 Sebastian von den Hoff (Goethe University) A Note on the Use of RavenPack in Academic Research
17 Nov 2021 Philip Schnorpfeil (Goethe University) Communist Imprints and Corporate Behavior
24 Nov 2021 Loriana Pelizzon (Goethe University) The Salience of ESG Ratings for Stock Pricing: Evidence from (Potentially) Confused Investors
01 Dec 2021 Ruggero Jappelli (SAFE) The Core, the Periphery, and the Disaster: Corporate-Sovereign Nexus in COVID-19 Times
08 Dec 2021 Rene Bernard (Goethe University) Climate Change and individual behavior
15 Dec 2021 Sebastian von den Hoff (Goethe University) Dissecting Dynamic Sparsity in the Factor Zoo
12 Jan 2022 David Heller (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition ) Intellectual property rights as loan collateral
19 Jan 2022 Mohammad Izadi (Goethe University) TBA
26 Jan 2022 Katia Vozian (Helsinki GSE & Hanken School of Economics) Climate-related Transition and CDS-implied Credit Risk
02 Feb 2022 Johannes Kasinger (SAFE) TBA
09 Feb 2022 Fabian Nemeczek (Goethe University) Gender inequality and intrahousehold decision-making