Manawatū Seminar Series 2017

Manawatū Campus

Date and TimeVenuePresenterPaperDisciplinePaper Type
June 26
1:00 pm
GLB2.03Alistair Milne (Monash University)BankingFull Paper
May 31
12:30 pm
GLB2.01Graham SquiresAffordable Housing Finance: Repositioning a ParadoxPropertyFull Paper
May 3
12:30 pm
SGP3.42 (Sir Geoffery Peren Building)David Tripe A study on the impacts of risk taking on Chinese commercial bank profit efficiency BankingFull Paper
April 26
12:30 pm
SGP3.42 (Sir Geoffrey Peren Building)Joseph Fan (Chinese University of Hong Kong) The role of ownership transferability in firm policies and value: The case of family trustsFinanceFull Paper
April 19
12:30 pm
SGP3.42Peter Pham (UNSW)Short selling, subscription period, price movements and the attractiveness of rights issues to shareholders- a cross country studyFinanceFull Paper
April 12
12:30 pm
GLB2.03James ObbenMacroeconomic determinants of New Zealand inward foreign direct investment-cointegration analysesEconomicsFull Paper
March 29
12:30 pm
GLB2.03Cameron Truong, Monash UniversityDrought and the cost of equityFinanceFull Paper
March 15
12:30 pm
GLB2.03Candie ChangChina and international housing price growthFinanceBrown Bag Seminar
March 15
12:30 pm
GLB2.03Rui MaStock Market Liquidity and Trading Activity in ChinaFinanceBrown Bag Seminar
March 8
12:30 pm
GLB2.03Chu Zhang (HKUST)Why did the investment-cash flow sensitivity decline over time?FinanceFull Paper
March 1
12:30 pm
Psychology Building 1.14Jennifer XieState ownership and stock return volatility: New Evidence from China’s secondary privatisationFinanceBrown Bag Seminar
March 1
12:30 pm
SST 4.42Jonathan Chiu (Victoria U of Wellington)The Economics of Cryptocurrency -- Bitcoin and BeyondEconomicsFull Paper
February 22
12:30 pm
SST4.42Kent Matthews (Cardiff University)Rational Cost Inefficiency in Chinese BanksBankingFull Paper
February 15
12:30 pm
SGP3.42Stephen Hickson (Canterbury)1. Maybe the Boys Just Like Economics More - The Gender Gap and the Role of Personality Type in Economics Education; 2. Is Cash Dead? Using Economic Concepts to Motivate Learning and Economic Thinking.EconomicsFull Paper
February 15
12:30 pm
SST4.42Doowon Lee (University of Newcastle) Mutual funds and affiliated analysts recommendations: optimism or information sharingFinanceFull Paper
February 1
12:30 pm
SGP1.04 (Sir Geoffrey Peren Building)Hamish AndersonForeign strategic ownership and minority shareholder protection: Evidence from ChinaFinanceBrown Bag Seminar
January 26
1:00 pm
SST5.54 (Video Conferencing)Tarun Chordia (Emory University)The Publication ProcessFinanceFull Paper

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