Seminars & Workshops

Semester 2, 2022-23
Date & Venue Speaker Type Topic
9 June 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Olivier JEANNE
John Hopkins University
ECON TBC
12 May 2023
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Tore ELLINGSEN
Stockholm School of Economics
ECON TBC
28 April 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Michael SOCKIN
University of Texas at Austin
ECON TBC
21 April 2023
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Saleem BAHAJ
University College London
ECON TBC
18 April 2023
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Francesco GIOVANNONI
University of Bristol
ECON Pricing Novel Goods
14 April 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Diego PEREZ
New York University
TBC
12 April 2023
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Weijia LI
Monash University
ECON TBC
29 March 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Luis MARTÍNEZ
University of Chicago
ECON TBC
22 March 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Lynette ONG
University of Toronto
ECON Outsourcing Repression
17 March 2023
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Ricardo REIS
London School of Economics and Political Science
ECON Jumpstarting an International Currency
10 March 2023
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Gianluca BENIGNO
Federal Reserve Bank of New York and London School of Economics and Political Science
TBC
8 March 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Kenneth SHOTTS
Stanford University
ECON TBC
7 March 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Alexander WOLITZKY
Massachusett Institute of Technology
ECON TBC
3 March 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Dr. Scott DAVIS
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
ECON A Theory of the Global Financial Cycle
2 March 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
Monash, NTU, and RUC
Dr. Youming LIU
Bank of Canada
ECON Competition for Exclusivity and Customer Lock-in: Evidence from Copyright Enforcement in China
1 March 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Rachel KRANTON
Duke University
ECON TBC
24 February 2023
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Luigi BOCOLA
Stanford University
TBC
22 February 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Mattias POLBORN
Vanderbilt University
ECON TBC
17 February 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Michael DEVEREUX
University of British Columbia
TBC
14 February 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Ying CHEN
John Hopkins University
ECON TBC
10 February 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Felipe VARAS
Duke University
ECON TBC
9 February 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
Monash, NTU, and RUC
Mr. Daniel RABETTI
Tel Aviv University and Cornell University
ECON TBC
7 February 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Michael RAITH
University of Rochester
ECON TBC
6 February 2023
16:00
WLB601
Janghoon Shon
HKUST
AEF TBC
3 February 2023
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Min FANG
University of Toronto
ECON TBC
1 February 2023
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. François SALANIÉ
Toulouse School of Economics
ECON Catastrophes, Delays, and Learning
31 January 2023
9:30-11:00
Zoom, Passcode: 310123
Ms. Hanmeng Ivy Wang
Washington University in St. Louis
AEF Pass through Myopia: Institutional Ownership and Voluntary Disclosure
30 January 2023
10:30-12:00
Prof. Sambuddha GHOSH
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
ECON TBC
20 January 2023
10:30
Zoom
Pengfei Wang
Indian
AEF TBC
19 January 2023
16:00
WLB601
Don Noh
Princeton University
AEF TBC
19 January 2023
9:30am - 11:00am
Zoom
Ms. Mary Lee
University of Utah
AEF Real Effects of Mandatory Disclosure of Proprietary Information
18 January 2023
16:00
Zoom
Doan, Viet Dung
Purdue University
AEF TBC
17 January 2023
16:00
Zoom
Jinny Yoon
U. Taxes
AEF TBC
16 January 2023
16:00
Zoom
Paulo Maio
Hanken School of Economics
AEF TBC
12 January 2023
16:00
Zoom
Jane Chen
London School of Economics and Political Science
AEF TBC
6 January 2023
14:30-16:00
Dr. Chicheng MA
University of Hong Kong
ECON TBC
Semester 1, 2022-23
Date & Venue Speaker Type Topic
9 September 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTU, NYU-Shanghai, Sinica, SMU, and Sogang
Prof. Narayana KOCHERLAKOTA
University of Rochester
ECON Infinite Debt Rollover in Stochastic Economies
14 September 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Mihaela PAPA
Tufts University
ECON Can BRICS De-dollarize the Global Financial System?
15 September 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
Monash, NTU, and RUC
Prof. Emre OZDENOREN
London Business School
ECON On the Inherent Fragility of DeFi Lending
16 September 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTU, NYU-Shanghai, Sinica, SMU, and Sogang
Prof. Saki BIGIO
University of California, Los Angeles
ECON A Theory of Payments-Chain Crises
21 September 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Alexander HIRSCH
California Institute of Technology
ECON Voter Attention and Electoral Accountability
22 September 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
Monash, NTU, and RUC
Prof. Matthieu BOUVARD
Toulouse School of Economics
ECON E-Commerce Platforms and Credit
28 September 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Joseph WRIGHT
Pennsylvania State University
ECON The Origins of Elected Strongmen
29 September 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
Monash, NTU, and RUC
Prof. Özlem BEDRE-DEFOLIE
European School of Management and Technology
ECON Competition for an Exclusivity of a Superior Input and Implications for Quality: With Implications for Digital Platforms
30 September 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, SMU, and Sogang
Prof. Kristoffer NIMARK
Cornell University
ECON Endogenous Production Networks under Supply Chain Uncertainty
5 October 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Dr. Philip Edward KEEFER
Inter-American Development Bank
ECON Policy Misperceptions, Information, and the Demand for Redistributive Tax Reform: Experimental Evidence from Latin America
6 October 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
Monash, NTU, and RUC
Prof. Agostino CAPPONI
Columbia University
ECON The Information Content of Blockchain Fees
7 October 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
NTU, NYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Uday RAJAN
University of Michigan
ECON Boundaries of the Bank
11 Oct 2022
10:00-11:30
Zoom
Prof. HUNG Mingyi
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
ACLW Learning from Peers: Evidence from Disclosure of Consumer Complaints
11 October 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Lucas MAESTRI
FGV EPGE
ECON Dynamic Contracting with Multiple Agents under Limited Commitment
12 October 2022
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Dr. Allen VONG
University of Macau
ECON The Crisis of Expertise
14 October 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
NTU, NYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Brett GREEN
Washington University in St. Louis
ECON Digital Collateral
18 Oct 2022
13:45-15:15
AAB706
Dr. Tjomme RUSTICUS
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
ACLW The Effect of Mandatory Climate Risk Disclosure on Investment Performance: Evidence from the U.S. Insurance Industry
18 October 2022
14:30-16:00
DLB908
Dr. Sangyoon PARK
University of Hong Kong
ECON Technology Training, Buyer-Supplier Relationship, and Quality Upgrading in an Agricultural Supply Chain
20 October 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
Monash, NTU, and RUC
Prof. Donghwa SHIN
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
ECON Yield Farming
21 October 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Kiminori MATSUYAMA
Northwestern University
ECON Selection and Sorting of Heterogeneous Firms through Competitive Pressures
25 Oct 2022
14:00-15:30
DLB905
Dr. Mark YAN
Hong Kong Baptist University
ACLW Shielding from the Pandemic: COVID-19 Exclusion Provision in DebtContracting
25 October 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Pauli MURTO
Aalto University
ECON Gradual Learning from Incremental Actions
26 October 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Garance GENICOT
Georgetown University
ECON Measuring Upward Mobility
28 Oct 2022
09:30-11:00
Zoom
Dr. LIU Zheng
University of Manitoba
ACLW Earnings-Based CEO Compensation Awards and Corporate Environmental Performance
28 October 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Victoria VANASCO
Centre de Recerca en Economia International
ECON Banks vs. Firms: Who Benefits from Credit Guarantees?
1 Nov 2022
09:00-10:30
Zoom
Dr. ZOU Youli
University of Connecticut
ACLW Does the Current Expected Credit Loss Approach Decrease the Procyclicality of Banks' Lending?
1 November 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Sevgi YUKSEL
University of California, Santa Barbara
ECON Contrast-Biased Evaluation
2 November 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Stefan KRASA
University of Illinois
ECON Expressive Politics: A Model of Electoral Competition with Animus and Cognitive Dissonance
4 Nov 2022
09:30-11:00
Zoom
Dr. SONG Bohan
Tulane University
ACLW Auditor Specialization in Securities’ Industries and Insurer’s Fair Value Reporting
4 November 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
NTU, NYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Lasse Heje PEDERSEN
Copenhagen Business School and New York University
ECON Machine Learning and the Implementable Efficient Frontier
8 Nov 2022
09:00-10:30
Zoom
Dr. Tharindra RANASINGHE
American University
ACLW Carbon Emissions and CEO Pay
8 November 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Dr. Niccolò LOMYS
University of California, Berkeley
ECON Estimation of Games under No Regret
9 November 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Jonathan WEIGEL
University of California, Berkeley
ECON Optimal Assignment of Bureaucrats: Evidence From Randomly Assigned Tax Collectors in the DRC
11 Nov 2022
09:30-11:00
Zoom
Mr. Il Sun Yoo
University of California, Irvine
ACLW When Friends Become Foes: Voluntary Disclosure and the Firm Information Environment After Failed M&A Deals
15 November 2022
14:00-17:00
WLB602
  ECON Workshop on Economics and Finance
16 November 2022
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Prof. Soo Hong CHEW
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics and National University of Singapore
ECON Generalizing Obvious Dominance using the Sure-thing Principle
17 November 2022
10:30-12:00
WLB917
Dr. GUAN Yuyan
Nanyang Technological University
ACLW The Impact of Credit Market Development on Auditor Choice: Evidence from Banking Deregulation
17 November 2022
14:30-16:00
WLB917
Prof. Justin LEUNG
National University of Singapore
ECON Rising Retail Concentration: Superstar Firms and Household Demand
18 November 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
Monash, NTU, NYU-Shanghai, Sinica, SMU, and Sogang
Prof. Jonathan PAYNE
Princeton University
ECON Platforms, Tokens, and Interoperability
22 November 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Daniel KRÄHMER
Universität Bonn
ECON Dynamic Screening with Verifiable Bankruptcy
23 November 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Chiaki MORIGUCHI
Hitotsubashi University
ECON Meritocracy and Its Discontent: Long-run Effects of Repeated School Admission Reforms
24 November 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CBADE,
Monash, NTU, and RUC
Dr. Sangyoon PARK
University of Hong Kong
ECON A View of the Economy From Above: Combining Satellite Imagery, Data Science, and Economics
25 November 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with NTUNYU-Shanghai, Sinica, and SMU
Prof. Vladimir ASRIYAN
Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional
ECON Falling Interest Rates and Credit Reallocation: Lessons from General Equilibrium
29 November 2022
14:00-15:30
DLB908
Prof. Naijia GUO
Chinese University of Hong Kong
ECON Migration Costs, Sorting, and the Agricultural Productivity Gap
29 November 2022
16:00-17:30
Zoom
Joint with Kyoto, NTU, Osaka, and Sinica
Prof. Duarte GONÇALVES
University College London
ECON Sequential Sampling Equilibrium
30 November 2022
9:00-10:30
Zoom
Joint with CEIBS,
NTU, and NUS
Prof. Kevin LANG
Boston University
ECON How Credible is the Credibility Revolution?
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