Briloff Seminar Series

Fall 2014


  • September 12
    Kai Wai Hui, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • September 26
    James Cicon, New Jersey Institute of Technology

 

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Spring 2014


 

Fall 2013


 

Spring 2013


 

Fall 2012


 

Spring 2012


  • February 6
    Accounting Recruiting Candidate
  • February 10
    Accounting Recruiting Candidate
  • April 13
    Bill Cready, University of Texas at Dallas (view paper)
  • April 20
    Adam Aiken, Quinnipiac University (view paper)

 

Fall 2011


  • September 9
    NYAFF Conference
  • November 11
    Finance Recruiting Candidate
  • November 14
    Finance Recruiting Candidate
  • November 18
    Finance Recruiting Candidate
  • November 21
    Finance Recruiting Candidate
  • December 9
    Mustafa Ciftci, Binghamton University

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Spring 2011


  • April 29
    Richard Schneible, University at Albany (view paper)

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Fall 2010


  • September 10
    NYAFF Conference
  • October 15
    Daniel Paravisini, Columbia University (view paper)
  • October 29
    Chan Li, University of Pittsburgh (view paper)
  • November 5
    Vikram Nanda, Georgia Tech (view paper)

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Spring 2010


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Fall 2009


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Spring 2009


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Fall 2008


  • September 12
    New York Accounting and Finance Forum

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Spring 2008


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Fall 2007


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Spring 2007


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Fall 2006


  • September 8
    William Weld, Cornell University
    The Nominal Price Puzzle

  • September 15
    Long Chen, Michigan State University
    Return Decomposition

  • September 29
    Scott Duellman, Binghamton University
    Auditor independence and client importance

  • October 6
    David Harris, Syracuse University
    Bilateral Implict Taxes and Anti-Competitive Banking Regulation

  • October 20
    Antti Petajisto, Yale University

  • October 27
    Xiaoyan Zhang, Cornell University
    Which Shorts Are Informed?

  • November 2
    Gang Hu, Babson College
    Costly Arbitrage and Idiosyncratic Risk: Evidence from Short Sellers

  • December 8
    Jian Zhou, Binghamton University

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Spring 2006


  • February 3
    Carol Frost, SUNY Buffalo

  • February 10
    Wei Jiang, Columbia University
    Costly Communication, Shareholder Activism, and Limits to Arbitrage

  • February 17
    Jialin Yu, Columbia University
    Leverage, Anti-Disposition Effect, and Stock Returns

  • February 24
    Kristian Rydqvist and Dennis Lasser
    Ranking Journals by Concentration of Author Affiliation: Thirty-Five Years of Finance Research

  • March 3
    Srinivasan Krishnamurthy, Binghamton University
    Identifying Informed Short Selling: An Empirical Analysis

  • March 10
    Bo Becker, University of Illinois
    Geographical Segmentation of US Capital Markets

  • March 24
    Sarah McVay, New York University
    SEC Scrutiny and the Evolution of Non-GAAP Reporting*

  • March 31
    Yan Zhang, Binghamton University
    Internal Control Deficiencies and Client Risk Management

  • April 7
    Henrik Cronqvist, The Ohio State University
    Large Shareholders and Corporate Policies

  • April 14
    Kristian Rydqvist, Binghamton University
    Direct Evidence on Dividend Tax Clienteles

  • April 21
    Daniel Cohen, New York University

  • April 28
    Neng Wang, Columbia University
    Investment, Consumption and Hedging under Incomplete Markets

  • May 5
    Jeffrey Kubik, Syracuse University
    Outsourcing Mutual Fund Management: Firm Boundaries, Incentives and Performance

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Fall 2005


  • September 16
    Simi Kedia, Rutgers University
    Geography and Acquirer Returns

  • September 23
    Asani Sarkar, N.Y. Federal Reserve
    Inter-Temporal Trade Clustering and Two-Sided Markets

  • October 7
    Francisco Perez-Gonzales, University of Chicago
    Inside the Family Firm: The Role of Families in Succession Decisions and Performance

  • October 21
    Zhenyu Wang, N.Y. Federal Reserve
    Public Provision of Private Liquidity Prior to the Millennium Date Change

  • October 28
    Sanjeev Bhojraj, Cornell University
    Making Sense of Cents: An Examination of Firms That Marginally Miss or Beat Analyst Forecasts

  • November 4
    Erik Sirri, Babson College
    Transparency and Liquidity: A Controlled Experiment on Corporate Bonds

  • November 11
    Russ Wermers, University of Maryland
    Mutual Fund Performance and Governance Structure: The Role of Portfolio Managers and Boards of Directors

  • December 2
    Morten Nielsen, Cornell University
    The Implied-Realized Volatility Relation with Jumps in Underlying Asset Prices  

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Last Updated: 10/8/14