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Finance Seminars at the University of Zurich

NCCR FINRISK / Institute for Empirical Research in Economics / Swiss Banking Institute
The Finance Seminar organized by Profs. H.Geiger, R.Gibson, M.Habib, Th.Hens, M.Janssen, M.Leippold, C.Meyer, R.Volkart
SUMMER TERM 2003
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Friday, 12:15 - 13:30, Lecture Room: KO2-F-172 - 1st floor
University Centre, Entrance Karl-Schmid-Strasse 4, 8006 Zurich
Administrative Coordinator for Finance Research Seminar: Mr Andrin Boegli

Date Speaker Topic
04.04 Harrison Hong
Stanford University
Simple Forecasts and Paradigm Shifts
11.04 Prof. Olivier Scaillet
University of Geneva
Linear-Quadratic Jump Diffusion Modelling with Application to Stochastic Models
25.04 Prof. Avanidhar Subrahmanyam
University of California, Los Angeles
Chicanery, Intelligence and Financial Market Equilibrum
09.05 Prof. Alexandre Ziegler
Why does Implied Risk Aversion smile?
16.05 Alex Stomper
University of Vienna
IPO Pricing with Bookbuilding and a When-Issued Market
23.05 Joep Sonnemans
University of Amsterdam
Coordination of Expectations in Asset Pricing Experiments
30.05 Ass. Prof. Daniela Fabbri
Does Poor Legal Enforcement Make Households Credit-Constrained?
06.06 Kjell Nyborg
London Business School
Bidding and performance in repo auctions: evidence from ECB open market operations
13.06 Prof. Jorgen Haug
Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration
Option pricing with discrete dividends
20.06 Claudio Loderer
University of Berne
Shareholder Value Maximization: What Managers Say and What They Do
27.06 Prof. Bill Ziemba
University of British Colombia, Vancouver
The favorite-longshot bias in the S&P500 and FTSE100 index futures options: the return to bets and the cost of insurance
04.07 Prof. Jens Jackwerth
University of Konstanz
Pricing Derivatives on a controlled Stochastic Process: A Simplified Approach


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