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2019 UVA Symposium on Financial Economics - November 8th & 9th

 

2019 UVA Symposium on Financial Economics

 

 

 

Friday November 8th (Darden CLA 160)

 

8.30-9.30: Continental Breakfast and Registration
 

9.30-9.45: Opening Remarks

9.45-10.45: “Conflicting Priorities: A Theory of Covenants and Collateral”

Jason Donaldson (Washington University in St. Louis and CEPR) Denis Gromb (HEC Paris)

Giorgia Piacentino* (Columbia Universit,  CEPR, and NBER) Discussant: Marco Cipriani (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)

 

10.45: Break

11.00-12.00: “Information Spillovers in Debt Auctions”

Harold Cole (University of Pennsylvania)

Daniel Neuhann* (University of Texas at Austin) Guillermo Ordonez (University of Pennsylvania)

Discussant: Alex Vardoulakis (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System)

 

12.00-1.30: Lunch
 

1.30-2.30: “Monetary Policy, Redistribution, and Risk Premia”

Rohan Kekre (University of Chicago, Booth School of Business) Moritz Lenel* (Princeton University)

Discussant: Gregory Phelan (Williams College)

2.30: Break
 

2.45-3.45: “Credit Cycles with Market-Based Household Leverage”

Will Diamond* (University of Pennsylvania, Wharton)

Tim Landvoigt (University of Pennsylvania, Wharton and NBER) Discussant: Kieran Walsh (UC-Santa Barbara)

 

3.45: Break and Shuttle to Monroe Hall for Policy Panel

 

4.15-5.45: Policy Panel “Getting Ready for the Next Financial Crisis” Location: Monroe Hall 124

Robert Bruner (University of Virginia, Darden School of Business) Jeffrey Lacker (Virginia Commonwealth University)

Eric Leeper (University of Virginia, Department of Economics) 6.00: Reception and Dinner at The Colonnade Club.

 

Saturday November 9th (Department of Economics, Monroe Hall 124)

 

8.00-8.30: Continental Breakfast

 

8.30-9.30: “Strategic Fragmented Markets”

Ana Babus* (Washington University in St. Louis)

Cecilia Parlatore (New York University, Stern School of Business) Discussant: Nina Boyarchenko (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)

 

9.30: Break
 

9.45-10.45: “Optimal Deposit Insurance”

Eduardo Davila* (Yale University and NBER)

Itay Goldstein (University of Pennsylvania, Wharton) Discussant: Huberto Ennis (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond)

10.45: Break

 

11.00-12.00: “Heterogeneity and Asset Prices: A Different Approach”

Nicolae Garleanu (UC-Berkeley Haas and NBER)

Stavros Panageas* (UCLA Anderson School of Management and NBER) Discussant: Alexis Toda (UC-San Diego)

12.00: Break
 

12.15-1.15: “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Fire Sales”

Pablo Kurlat (University of Southern California)

Discussant: Anton Korinek (UVA) 1.15: Lunch and Adjourn

Organizing Committee:

Ana Fostel (University of Virginia, Department of Economics)
Kinda Hachem (University of Virginia, Darden School of Business)

Time allocation for each paper:

Presentation: 40 minutes

Discussion: 15 minutes Open Discussion: 5 minutes