NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS & EVENTS

OUR EVENTS & CONFERENCES

The Department of Applied Finance holds a number of specialized events/conferences/workshops throughout the year bringing together academics, practitioners, alumni, students and interested members of the community.

These events attract some of the top researchers and industry practitioners from around the world to explore and discuss about various issues on the future of this profession.

UPCOMING CONFERENCES & EVENTS

NAMEDATEVENUEDETAILS
Financial Markets & Corporate Governance Conference - FMCG 2019Tuesday 16th April - Thursday 18th April, 2019Macquarie University City Campus, Angel Place
Level 24/123 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2007
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RECENT EVENTS & CONFERENCES

NAMEDATE & TIMEVENUEDETAILS

Climate Risk and Temperature Volatility: Implications for Financial Markets

Presenters: Professor Martina LinnenlueckeProfessor Ostap Okhrin

Hosted By:
The Centre for Corporate Sustainability & Environmental Finance

Thursday 18th October, 2018

Time:
12:30 pm - 1:15 pm
Macquarie University City Campus, Angel Place
Level 24/123 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2007
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Target Zero: Zero Carbon, Zero Pollution, Zero Waste

Hosted By: The Centre for Corporate Sustainability & Environmental Finance

Thursday 6th December - Friday 7th December, 2018 Macquarie University City Campus, Angel Place
Level 24/123 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2007
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Join Us For A Movie Screening At Macquarie University Hosted by Macquarie University’s Centre for Corporate Sustainability & Environmental Finance!Thursday 14th Mar 2019 5:00pm - 7:00pm12 WW 801 & 803, 12 Wally's Walk, Macquarie Park, NSW 2113Please Click Here

OUR SEMINARS

The Department of Applied Finance holds a number of specialized seminars for staff, students, alumni and other interested members of the community. These seminars attract some of the top researchers in Applied Finance both within Australia and internationally.

Our seminar is held every Friday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm in Building 4ER, Finance Decision Lab Room 110.

Any changes to the Date, Venue & Time will be updated.

Kindly note all seminars precede with Reception & Morning Tea at 10:30 am.

Please contact Sri Modali via email on: sri.modali@mq.edu.au for any further details.

The 2019 seminar series will be commencing on Friday 1st March, 2019.

Upcoming seminars

DateSpeakerTitle
Wednesday 1st May, 2019Dr Sahil Raina from University of AlbertaTBC
Friday 3rd May, 2019Dr Le Zhang from ANUPolitical Connections and Peers

SEMINAR SERIES 2019

Upcoming seminars

Date & TimeName Paper titles
1st May, 2019Dr Sahil Raina from University of AlbertaTBA
3rd May, 2019 Dr Le Zhang from ANU TBA
17th May, 2019 Dr Zhuo (Joe) Zhang from University of Melbourne TBA
31st May, 2019Professor Tony He from UTSTBA

Recent seminars

Date & TimeName Paper titles
25th February, 2019 Charles M. Kahn, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Finance from the University of Illinois Eggs in One Basket: Choosing the Number of Accounts
1st March, 2019 Nihad Aliyev from UTS Learning about toxicity: Why order imbalance can destabilize markets
6th March, 2019 Assistant Professor Adonis Antoniades from National University of Singapore (Finance Decision Lab) The Credit Concentration Channel of Monetary Policy Transmission
8th March, 2019 Jing Xu from UTS The Gender Gap in Executive Promotions
14th March, 2019 Emeritus Professor Rajendra Srivastava from The University of Kansas Text Mining for Financial and Non-Financial Information from SEC Filings, and Textual Analysis for Predictive Models and Risk Assessment
15th March, 2019 Associate Professor Benjamin Loos from UTS Robo-advisers and Investor Behavior
20th March, 2019 Assistant Professor Lei Gao from Iowa State University Count on your Subordinates for Innovation Efficiency
22nd March, 2019 Professor Ron Bird from Portfolio Construction Forum Do Emotions Expressed in the Social and News Media Impact on Investor Behaviour?
27th March, 2019Dr Wei Hu from Curtin UniversityOption implied jump risk and jump risk premium:  An analysis based on dynamic arbitrage-free implied volatility surface models
29th March, 2019March, 2019 Dr Abhinav Goyal from University of Liverpool & Monash UniversityInvestment and Deleveraging Financed by Dividends: Evidence from Japanese Business Groups
3rd April, 2019Professor Rene Bohnsack from Católica-Lisbon School of Business & EconomicsInternationalization and business model innovation during the energy transition: An exploration of firms along the European electricity value chain
5th April, 2019Dr Sigitas Karpavicius from University of AdelaideDoes mimicking peers enhance firm value?
12th April, 2019Associate Professor Yaw-Huei Wang (Jeffrey) from UNSWImplied Volatility Spreads and Future Options Returns around Information Events and Conditions
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