2014 Seminar Series

Manawatū Campus

Date and Time Venue Presenter Paper Discipline Paper Type
November 26
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Prof. Thomas McInish (University of Memphis)Corporate Greed and Complex ChicaneryFinanceFull Paper
November 26
12:30 pm
SST6.12Prof. Morris Altman (VUW)Some Implications of the Assumption of Insatiable Wants for a Theory of Labor SupplyEconomicsFull Paper
November 25
1:00 pm
SSLB3Thomas McInish (University of Memphis)Workshop: how to improve your manuscripts and publish in quality journalsFinanceFull Paper
November 19
12:30 pm
SST 6.12Rosmy Jean Louis (Vancouver Island University)(1) An Alternative Approach to Measuring Consumption Gains from Trade (2) Illegal Drugs Market: Is Legalization the Optimal Policy? EconomicsFull Paper
November 12
12:30 pm
BSC 3.05Michael NaylorThe extent of underinsurance: New Zealand evidenceFinanceFull Paper
November 5
12:30 pm
BSC 3.05Jared Stanfield (UNSW)What does an LBO signal for the target's rivals?FinanceFull Paper
October 29
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Jeff Wongchoti & Faruk BalliGlobal Perspective on Insider Trading Laws and Investor Learning (Jeff)FinanceBrown Bag Seminar
October 22
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Prof. Bent E. Sorensen (University of Houston and CEPR)Foreign Ownership, Selection, and ProductivityEcon & FinanceFull Paper
October 15
12:30 pm
BSC 3.05Carolyn WirthEnvironmental regulation and corporate capital investment: International evidenceFinanceBrown Bag Seminar
September 26
12:30 pm
GLB3.09Jonathan Batten (Monash University)The Internationalisation of the RMB: New Starts, Jumps and Tipping PointsFinanceFull Paper
September 24
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Hatice Ozer-Balli 1) Risk Sharing Across Countries: The Importance of Tourism Activity; 2) Beyond PhD- How to prepare for jobs and a successful careerEconomicsFull Paper
September 17
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Ben MarshallStock Market Predictability and Industrial Metal ReturnsFinanceFull Paper
September 10
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Zafar HayatIs Inflation Bias Beneficial? Evidence from a Typical Discretionary MonetaryEconomicsFull Paper
September 3
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Jing LiaoPoliticians and privatization decisions in ChinaFinanceFull Paper
August 27
12:30 pm
SST 6.12Prof. Les Oxley (University of Waikato)The Emperor's New Clothes: Empirical Tests of Mainstream Theories of Economic GrowthEconomicsFull Paper
August 13
12:00 pm
BSC3.05Ben Marshall (Chair) PN Finance and Banking Group Research DiscussionFinance & BankiBrown Bag Seminar
July 30
12:30 pm
BSC3.05A/Prof Chris Robinson (York University)How Much Life Insurance Do You Need?FinanceFull Paper
July 23
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Zafar HayatIs discretion beneficial? Evidence from a typical discretionary monetary strategyEconomicsFull Paper
July 18
11:00 am
BSC 2.06Thomson Reuters
July 16
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Kristiaan Kerstens (IESEG School of Management, Lille)How Well do Convex Cost Function Estimates Approximate for Nonconvexities? A Non-Parametric Approach With an Illustration on Scale Economies and Returns to ScaleEconomicsFull Paper
July 2
12:30 pm
BSC 2.06Jason Zein (UNSW)Does internal capital facilitate access to external funding? Evidence from IPOs by family business groupsFinanceFull Paper
June 18
12:30 pm
SST4.21Kim Hang Pham DoCapacity Choice of Dams under Rivalry Use and ExternalitiesEconomicsBrown Bag Seminar
June 11
12:30 pm
SST4.42Brendan Moyle (Massey University-Albany)The Raw and the Carved: Dissecting the Illegal Trade in IvoryEconomicsFull Paper
June 4
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Suresh Oad RajputFinancial Flexibility: A New Risk Factor?FinanceFull Paper
May 28
12:30 pm
SST4.21Hans-Jurgen EngelbrechtA comparison of macro-level sustainability indices for OECD countries: Conceptual and Measurement IssuesEconomicsFull Paper
May 21
12:30 pm
BSC 3.05Dr. Kuntal DasThe effects of financial structure and development on banking crisesEconomics, FinaFull Paper
May 7
12:30 pm
BSC3.05David TripeCan microfinance institututions pursue social objectives while remaining financially viable- evidence from VietnamBankingFull Paper
April 30
12:30 pm
SST6.12Emeritus Professor Srikanta ChatterjeePursuing Happiness: A Social Scientific PerspectiveEconomicsBrown Bag Seminar
April 9
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Sasha Molchanov (Albany Campus)Foreign political risk exposure, capital allocation and performanceFinance & EconBrown Bag Seminar
April 2
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Kingsley Fong (UNSW)Do Security Analysts Discipline Credit Rating Agencies?FinanceFull Paper
March 26
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Prof. Kabir Hassan (University of New Orleans)Islamic finance, sustainable development with financial inclusionEcon & FinanceFull Paper
March 13
12:30 pm
BSC 2.06Dr Janine Scott (Prairie View A&M University)The demand for disability insuranceFinanceFull Paper
March 12
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Hai Lin (VUW)Forecasting the term structure of option pricesFinanceFull Paper
February 26
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Jing ChiThe success of China non-tradable share reformFinanceBrown Bag Seminar
February 12
12:30 pm
BSC3.05Prof. Loren W. Tauer (Cornell University, USA)An Entrepreneur Performance IndexEcon & FinanceFull Paper

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