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Paris December 2015 Finance Meeting
13th INTERNATIONAL PARIS FINANCE MEETING

This year, the Paris December Finance Meeting will host job market paper sessions, featuring carefully selected candidates. 

Please find below an overview of the sessions as well as a detailed list of the candidates.

Name

First name

Paper

Session

Time

Balter

Anne

Robust Stochastic Optimisation with Indistinguishable Models - download

SII-5

 

11.00

Cao

Shuo

Learning about Term Structure Predictability under Uncertainty - download

SII-5

 

11.00

Guillemin

Francois

Disclosure, Banks CDS Spreads and the European Sovereign Crisis - download

SIII-5

 

14.00

Hambuckers

Julien

Modeling the Dependence Between Extreme Operational Losses and Economic Factors: a Conditional Semi-Parametric Generalized Pareto Approach - download

SIV-2

 

16.30

Jaroszek

Lena

Think Twice or Be Wise in Consumer Credit Choices - download

SII-5

 

11.00

Kadach

Igor

Mutual Fund Trading Pressure and Management Earnings Forecasts - download

SIV-5

 

16.30

Ma

Yujing

Human Capital Driven Acquisition: Evidence from the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine - download

SIV-5

 

16.30

Mashwani

Asad

Equity Carve-Outs: a Sign of Low Opportunity Industry? - download

SI-1

 

8.30

Schaefer

Larissa

Relationship Lending and Loan Performance - download

SIII-5

 

14.00

Trinh

Quoc Dat

Bank Market Structure, Property Rights and Financial Freedom Effects on Capital Structure: Evidence from Asian Developing Countries - download

SI-1

 

8.30

Vinas

Frédéric

Bank's Business Models and the Hedge against Financial Shocks - download

SIII-5

 

14.00

Wu

Shan

Career Concerns of Banking Analysts - download

SIV-1

 

16.30

Zhao

Lei

Credit Risk "Beta": the Systematic Aspect of Bank Default Risk - download

SI-3

 

8.30

  • BALTER Anne
    Maastricht University, NL
    a.balter@maastrichtuniversity.nl
    “Robust Stochastic Optimisation with Indistinguishable Models”
    Session: SII-5 Time: 11.00
    Research Interests:
    Mathematical finance, financial economics, financial econometrics, actuarial science, stochastics, model uncertainty, term structure models, asset pricing, incomplete markets, robust optimization
    Personal page: https://sites.google.com/site/agbalter/
    CV
  • GUILLEMIN François
    University of Franche-Comté, FR
    francois.guillemin@univ-fcomte.fr
    Disclosure, Banks CDS Spreads and the European Sovereign Crisis
    Session: SIII-5 Time: 14.00
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: not provided
    CV: not provided
  • HAMBUCKERS Julien
    University of Liège, BE
    jhambuckers@ulg.ac.be
    Modeling the Dependence Between Extreme Operational Losses and Economic Factors: a Conditional Semi-Parametric Generalized Pareto Approach
    Session: SIV-2 Time: 16.30
    Research Interests:
    financial econometrics, operational risk models, backtesting issues in a time series context, volatility models and distribution issues for financial returns, credit risk models, nonparametric statistics, bootstrap techniques, ecology
    Personal page: not provided
    CV
  • JAROSZEK Lena
    University of Mannheim and ZEW Mannheim, DE
    lena.jaroszek@web.de
    Think Twice or Be Wise in Consumer Credit Choices
    Session: SII-5 Time: 11.00
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: not provided
    CV: not provided
  • KADACH Igor
    Stern School of Business, US
    ikadach@stern.nyu.edu
    Mutual Fund Trading Pressure and Management Earnings Forecasts
    Session: SIV-5 Time: 16.30
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: not provided
    CV: not provided
  • MA Yujing
    Nanyang Technological University, SG
    mayu0008@e.ntu.edu.sg
    Human Capital Driven Acquisition: Evidence from the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine
    Session: SIV-5 Time: 16.30
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: not provided
    CV

  • MASHWANI Asad
    ECCCS research center, University Lille 2, FR
    asadmashwani@yahoo.com
    Equity Carve-Outs: a Sign of Low Opportunity Industry?
    Session: SI-1 Time: 8.30
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: not provided
    CV: not provided

  • SCHAEFER Larissa
    Tilburg University, NL/ Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, DE (as of August)
    larschaefer@gmail.com
    Relationship Lending and Loan Performance
    Session: SIII-5 Time: 14.00
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: https://sites.google.com/site/larschaefer/
    CV

  • SHEN Sally
    Capital University of Economics and Business, CN
    s.shen@maastrichtuniversity.nl
    How much Should Life-Cycle Investors Adapt their Behavior when Confronted with Model Uncertainty?
    Session: SIV-5 Time: 16.30
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: not provided
    CV

  • TRINH Quoc Dat
    ECCCS research center, University Lille 2, FR
    tqd2712@gmail.com
    Bank Market Structure, Property Rights and Financial Freedom Effects on Capital Structure: Evidence from Asian Developing Countries.
    Session: SI-1 Time: 8.30
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: not provided
    CV: not provided

  • VINAS Frédéric
    Paris School of Economics, University Paris 1, ACPR, FR
    frederic.vinas@psemail.eu
    Bank's Business Models and the Hedge against Financial Shocks
    Session: SIII-5 Time: 14.00
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: https://sites.google.com/site/fredericvinasfv/
    CV

  • WU Shan
    University of Exeter, UK
    wushanws@hotmail.com
    Career Concerns of Banking Analysts
    Session: SIV-1 Time: 16.30
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: not provided
    CV

  • ZHAO Lei
    ICMA Centre, Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK
    irvingzhao@gmail.com
    Credit Risk "Beta": the Systematic Aspect of Bank Default Risk
    Session: SI-3 Time: 8.30
    Research Interests: not provided
    Personal page: not provided
    CV: not provided