Date: June 30th, July 1st, July 3rd, July 4th, morning 9:30-12:30 at 10:30-12:00 on the morning of July 7th
Venue: room 709 Guanghua campus Yucai Kindergarten (South Gate)
The main topic: Empirical Research in Corporate Finance
Speaker: Professor Eckbo Espen
Time: June 30, 2014 (Monday) morning 09:30-12:30
July 1, 2014 (Tuesday morning) 09:30-12:30
July 3, 2014 (Thursday morning) 09:30-12:30
July 4, 2014 (Friday morning) 09:30-12:30
July 7, 2014 (Monday morning) 10:30-12:00
Location: room 709 Guanghua campus Yucai Kindergarten (South Gate)
Sponsor: Institute of Finance
The lecture by Professor Eckbo from four academic courses and a seminar, also will serve as the first part of the Department of Institute of finance, accounting, and Economic Management Institute of doctoral student elective courses. The rest of the class are taught by the Institute of finance Xu Yongxin teacher, the specific time and place to be notified, call the Financial Research Institute for more details.
ESPEN Eckbo, now a professor of finance at Dartmouth's tuck School of business, and served as director of the Lindenau research center of corporate governance. The research field of corporate finance, investment banking, corporate mergers and the market for corporate control, and more in the field of international top journals. Professor Eckbo Espen has been involved in the government pension fund of Norway (the largest equity investor in Europe is recognized as the world's most transparent sovereign wealth fund), the United States Congress Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).
Espen Eckbo professor of resumes and other details see: http://faculty.tuck.dartmouth.edu/espen-eckbo/
Course related data link see: http://ifs.swufe.edu.cn/index.php? Go=data-89.html
Class A: 09:30-12:30, June 30th, Monday
Event Study Econometrics with Rational Deal Anticipation
Implications of rational market deal anticipation for estimation of cross-sectional models
Empirical context: bidder takeover gains
Class two: 09:30-12:30, July 1st, Tuesday
Rational Takeover Bidding:
Bidding theory appears inconsistent with aspects of observed takeover bidding.
Empirical context: The toehold puzzle
Class three: 09:30-12:30, July 3rd, Thursday
Mergers and Economic Efficiency:
Merger activity as a driver of economic efficiency. Should we worry about antitrust implicationsof merger activity?
Empirical context: U.S. antitrust policy towards mergers
Class Four: 09:30-12:30, July 4th, Friday
Corporate Debt Policy and Bankruptcy Design
Who issues debt Which is better: a bankruptcy? System based on auctions or court-supervisedrenegotiations?
Empirical context: U.S. industrial firms. Ch. versus Swedish automatic bankruptcy auctions 11
Seminar: 10:30-12:00, July 7th, Monday
Topic: "Are Stock-Financed Takeovers Opportunistic?"
The download address: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2356900
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