Past event

Finance Workshop 2023

Description: The workshop brings together leading academics from all areas of finance to disseminate advanced research ideas and discuss the latest developments in the field. The workshop is organised by the Finance research cluster within the School of Economics and Finance at the University of St Andrews.

Organisers: Dr Sapnoti Eswar ([email protected]), Dr Ruslan Tuneshev ([email protected])

Registration closed on Monday, June 12. If you would like to attend the workshop, please send an email to the organisers.


Monday, June 19

12.00-13.00, Registration and Welcome lunch
13.00-13.45, Michalis Stamatogiannis (University of Liverpool), Don't Industries Lead the Stock Market? (with O. Henry and S. Pybis)
13.45-14.30, Sizhe Hong (University of Glasgow), When Prejudice Hits Home: Racial Hate Crimes and Mortgage Credit Demand (with D. Philip, C. Engels, and I. Hasan)
14.30-14.45, Coffee break
14.45-15.30, Ioannis Psaradellis (University of St Andrews), Picking Hedge Funds with High Confidence
15.30-16.15, Christian Engels (University of St Andrews), Early Roots of Inequality? Evidence of a Gender Income Gap in Children (with C. Howard, M. Lukas, and D. Philip)
18.00, Workshop Dinner (invitation only)

Tuesday, June 20

10.00-10.30, Welcome coffee
10.30-11.15, Klaus Schaeck (University of Bristol), Climate Stress Tests, Bank Lending, and the Transition to the Carbon-Neutral Economy (with L. Fuchs, H.Nguyen, and T. Nguyen)
11.15-12.00, Maria Chiara Iannino (University of St Andrews), Social Responsibility and Bank Resiliency (joint with Thomas Gehrig and Stephan Unger)
12.00-13.15, Lunch
13.15-14.00, Cagatay Bircan (EBRD), Blended Finance and Female Entrepreneurship (with H. I. Aydin and R. De Haas)
14.00-14.30, Joao Rafael Cunha (University of St Andrews), The Making of Financial Regulation – Voting on Financial Regulation in the U.S. Congress
14.30, Concluding remarks

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