News and events

News and events

Seminars and events

Throughout the year, the department holds a number of specialised seminars for staff, students, alumni and other interested members of the community. These seminars attract some of the top researchers in actuarial studies and applied finance from within Australia and internationally.

2018 Seminars
Date/TimeSpeakerTopicVenue
Fri 3 August
11am-12pm

Philip Gharghori
Monash University

Internet search intensity and its relation with trading activity and stock returnsE4A 110
Fri 8 June
11am-12pm

Zhangxin (Frank) Liu
The University of Western Australia

Cross-Listings and Dividend Size and Stability: Evidence from ChinaE4A 
623
Fri 1 June
11am-12pm

Juan Sotes-Paladino
The University of Melbourne

Riding the Bubble with Convex IncentivesE4A 110
Fri 25 May
11am-12pm

Vitali Alexeev
University of Technology Sydney

Corruption-conscious international investment strategiesE4A 110
Fri 18 May
11am-12pm

Yang Gao & Henry Leung
The University of Sydney

Partial Moment MomentumE4A 110
Fri 11 May
11am-12pm

Kai Li
University of Technology Sydney

Extrapolative Asset PricingE4A 110
Fri 4 May
11am-12pm

Le Zhang
University of New South Wales

Monitoring the Monitor: Distracted Institutional Investors and Board GovernanceE4A 110
Fri 13 April
11am-12pm

Chunhua Lan
University of New South Wales

Cashflow timing vs. discount-rate timing: An examination of mutual fund market-timing skillsE4A 723
Fri 6 April
11am-12pm

David Bell
University of New South Wales

Value, Momentum and Multi-Period Portfolio ConstructionE4A 110
Thurs 29 March
11am-12pm

A/Prof Lei Gao
Iowa State University

Standing out from the crowd via corporate social responsibility: Evidence from non-fundamental-driven price pressureE4A 523
Fri 23 March
11am-12pm

Bohui Zhang
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen.

Panda Games: Corporate Disclosure in the Eclipse of SearchE4A 110
Fri 9 March
11am-12pm

Alexander Vadilyev
Australian National University

How Sensitive Is Savings-Cash Flow Sensitivity to Financial Development and Uncertainty Shocks?E4A 110
Fri 2 March
11am-12pm
Prof Marcel Prokopzcuk
University of Hannover
High-Frequency Betas and the Conditional CAPME4A 110
Mon 12 February
2pm-3.30pm
Prof Nicole Darnall
Arizona State University
Ecolabel Credibility and Sustainable Purchasing E4A 623

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