FEA Research Seminars

Please see below for upcoming finance, economics, and accounting (FEA) seminars. Seminars are open to Tuck School of Business and Dartmouth College faculty, or by permission. You can find a list of past seminars here.


Spring 2019

Date

Speaker

Paper Title (if available)

January 17, 2019

Kirti Sinha
Kellogg

"Spillover Effects of State Regulated Corporate Disclosures on the Mortgage Market"

January 18, 2019

David Rand
MIT

Fake news: Why we fall for it and what to do about it

January 24, 2019

Gary Lind
Rice

“Informational Foundations for the Macroeconomic Role of Aggregated Accounting Disclosures”

January 28, 2019

Anya Nakhmurina
Chicago Booth

“Does Fiscal Monitoring Make Better Governments?”

January 31, 2019

Elia Ferracuti
Utah

“How do managers mitigate uncertainty about demand and supply conditions?”

February 15, 2019

Eric Kolaczyk
BU

 

February 18, 2019

Amoray Riggs-Cragun
Rice

"Toward an Accounting-Centric Principal-Agent Framework: Theory and Some Applications"

March 7, 2019

James Choi
Yale

 

March 7, 2019

Dan Silverman
Arizona State University

"Misfortune or Mistake: Evaluating the Demand for Expensive Credit with Linked Experimental and Bank Data"

March 27, 2019

Itay Goldstein
Wharton

“Credit Rating Inflation and Firms’ Investments”

March 29, 2019

Ronald Burt
University of Chicago
Booth School of Business

“Comparative Network Analysis in China and the West: Brokers, Warlords, and Guanxi”

April 3, 2019

Todd Gormley
Olin Business School

 

April 10, 2019

Alexi Savov
Stern

“How Monetary Policy Shaped the Housing Boom”

April 11, 2019

John Beshears
Harvard Business School

"401(k) Plan Automatic Enrollment and Total Savings"

April 24, 2019

Bryan Kelly
Yale

 

April 26, 2019

Lauren Meyers
University of Texas at Austin

 

May 1, 2019

Marco Di Maggio
Harvard

 

May 8, 2019

Elizabeth Berger
Cornell 

 

May 8, 2019

Benjamin Keys
Wharton 

"The Geography of Financial Distress: Delinquency and Default in America"

May 10, 2019

Noa Pinter-Wollman
UCLA

 

See past seminars