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PhD Symposium Speaker Affiliations and Program 2021

PROGRAM The two-day program will host four plenary sessions (all students) and eight special tracks (students select two) centered on unique areas of financial market regulation. Each track will host a 90-minute student paper presentation session and a 60-minute panel discussion on current industry trends and potential regulatory issues/considerations. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11 Welcoming address at 9:55 […]

PhD Symposium Student Papers 2021

Bank Financial Intermediation Student paper session, Chaired by Anjan Thakor, Washington U, St Louis Aymeric Bellon, Wharton, “Fresh Start or Fresh Water: Collateral, Lender Environmental Liability and The Pollution-Employment Tradeoff” Abhishek Bhardwaj, NYU, “Old wine in new bottles: Why do relationships matter in securitized lending?” Nishant Vats, UChicago Booth, “The Deposits Channel of Aggregate Fluctuations” […]

PhD Symposium: Financial Market Research and Policy Developments

The Salem Center for Policy at the McCombs School of Business is pleased to host its second doctoral student symposium designed for Ph.D. candidates in finance, accounting, economics, and related disciplines, who are in the process of developing a financial markets research program. Students will engage researchers from leading universities, industry, and regulatory agencies to […]

Regulation GameStop

Scott W. BauguessDirector, Program on Financial Markets Regulation, Salem Center for Policy What new regulation will GameStop bring? As the media dust settles and public interest begins to wane, the potential policy implications from the GameStop short squeeze have only just started. Congress is about to hold hearings with some of the players involved, and […]

PhD Symposium Student Papers 2020

Disclosure and Governance, chaired by Jeffrey Coles, University of Utah Evisa Bogdani, University of Kentucky The Role of Assurance in Equity Crowdfunding (with Monika Causholli and Robert Knechel) SSRN Daeun Lee, Baruch College Quid pro quo? The SEC’s Oversight Enforcement and Corporate Lobbying Christopher Oehler, Goethe University Causal Evidence on the Effects of Enforcement Investigations […]

PhD Symposium Speaker Affiliations and Program 2020

9:55 am EDT / 6:55 am PDT / 2:55 pm BST. Introductory remarks• Scott Bauguess, University of Texas at Austin 10:00 a.m. Plenary 1 – The role of academic research in navigating the current crisis• Tobias Adrian, Financial Counsellor of the IMF• James Poterba, MIT and President of NBER• Jeremy Stein, Harvard University• Sheridan Titman, […]

Financial Market Regulation

Promoting the relevance of academic research in the design, implementation, and evaluation of financial market regulation. Director Scott W. Bauguess Through events, analysis, and commentary, the program on financial markets regulation aims to elevate the role evidence-based decision making in the policy development process. Bringing the rigor of peer-reviewed research to decision-makers can mitigate the […]