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DateTimeRoomAuthorAffiliationPaper
1/19/201811:15am-12:30pm4580 GraingerSebastien PlanteUniversity of PennsylvaniaShould Corporate Bond Trading Be Centralized?
1/23/201811:30am -12:45pm4151 GraingerJack BaoFederal Reserve Board of GovernorsSystemic Default and Return Predictability in the Stock and Bond Markets
1/26/201811:15am- 12:30pm4580 GraingerAndrei GoncalvesOhio State UniversityCan Reinvestment Risk Explain the Dividend and Bond Term Structures?
1/29/20189:30am - 10:45am4151 GraingerNancy XuColumbia UniversityGlobal Risk Aversion and International Return Comovements
1/31/20189:30am - 10:45am5120 GraingerJeroen DalderopUniversity of CambridgeEstimating Policy Functions Implicit in Asset Prices
2/2/201811:15am- 12:30pm4580 GraingerAli SanatiUniversity of MinnesotaHow Does Labor Mobility Affect Corporate Leverage and Investment?
2/5/20189:30am - 10:45am4151 GraingerSylvain CatherineHEC ParisKeeping Options Open: What Motivates Entrepreneurs?
2/9/201811:15am- 12:30pm4580 GraingerYiming MaStanford UniversityIntermediation in the Interbank Lending Market
2/16/201811:15am- 12:30pm4580 GraingerThomas GeelenSwiss Finance InstituteInformation Dynamics and Debt Maturity
2/27/201811:30am -12:45pm5120 GraingerMatteo BenettonLondon School of EconomicsLeverage Regulation and Market Structure: An Empirical Model of the UK Mortgage Market
4/13/201811:15am -12:30pm4580 GraingerFrederic MalherbeLondon Business SchoolA Positive Analysis of Bank Behaviour Under Capital Requirements
4/20/201811:15am -12:30pm4580 GraingerMark EganHarvard UniversityBiased Arbitration
4/27/201811:15am -12:30pm4580 GraingerPavel SavorTemple UniversityOne Central Bank to Rule Them All
5/4/201811:15am -12:30pm4580 GraingerCarola FrydmanNorthwestern UniversityFinancial Frictions and Employment During the Great Depression


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