CfP Deadline Date:
March 15, 2020
June 30 -July 1, 2020 postponed, dates t.b.a.
New York City, USA
Finance Theory Group (FTG) and Finance Division, Columbia Business School
The goal of this special FTG conference, hosted by Columbia Business School, is to bridge theory and empirical research in finance by bringing together theorists and empirical researchers working on corporate finance, financial intermediation, and financial markets. It is part of a new initiative undertaken by the FTG (https://financetheory.org/) to foster closer ties and interactions between theoretical and empirical finance research. The conference welcomes submissions of theoretical papers that provide empirically testable hypotheses, empirical papers that are guided by theory, as well as papers that integrate theory models and empirical tests. The conference welcomes papers broadly related to corporate finance, corporate governance and control, financial intermediation, agency and delegation, information and securities, and financial markets.
The conference will feature a panel discussion on integrating theory and empirical research in finance with the following panelists: Peter DeMarzo (Stanford), Itay Goldstein (Wharton), John Graham (Duke), Michael Roberts (Wharton), Amit Seru (Stanford), and Toni Whited (Michigan). Papers that are primarily theoretical (empirical) will be discussed by empirically (theoretically) oriented researchers.
Interested authors should submit papers in pdf format here https://financetheory.org/ftg-events/joint-theory-empirical-ftg-conference by March 15, 2020. Decisions will be made and conference program will be announced in late April, 2020. There is no submission fee.
REGISTRATION: If you are interested in attending the conference, you can register on the FTG website here https://financetheory.org/ftg-events/joint-theory-empirical-ftg-conference. Note that space is limited. The deadline to register is June 8, 2020 and attendance of non-participants in general will be based on registration date.