Faculty & Research

Seminars
  • 2020/01/03
    Transparency of Private Meetings and Market Participants’ Attention Allocation: Evidence from Analysts in China

    Accounting Seminar(2020-01)Topic:Transparency of Private Meetings and Market Participants’ Attention Allocation: Evidence from Analysts in ChinaSpeaker:Ronghuo Zheng,The University of Texas at AustinTime:Friday, Jan 3rd, 10:00-11:30 a.mPlace:Room K02, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:In this paper, we investigate the consequences of increased transparency of private meetings on the attention all...

  • 2019/12/25
    Earnings Management via Not-wholly-owned Subsidiaries

    Accounting Seminar(2019-17)Topic:Earnings Management via Not-wholly-owned SubsidiariesSpeaker:Frank Zhang,Yale UniversityTime:Wednesday, Dec 25th, 10:00-11:30 a.mPlace:Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:We explore a new mechanism of earnings management whereby a parent company shifts income from not-wholly-owned subsidiaries to itself to avoid losses. Consolidated net income attributable ...

  • 2019/12/18
    Managerial Career Concerns and Corporate Tax Avoidance: Evidence from the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine

    Accounting Seminar (2019-16)Topic:Managerial Career Concerns and Corporate Tax Avoidance: Evidence from the Inevitable Disclosure DoctrineSpeaker:Weining Zhang, Associate Professor,Cheung Kong Graduate School of BusinessTime: Wednesday, 18 Dec, 12:00-13:30Location: Room K02, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:This study examines the causal effect of managers’ career concerns on tax avoidance using th...

  • 2019/12/03
    Robust Binary Voting

    ​Economics Seminar(2019-20)Topic: Robust Binary VotingSpeaker: Qinggong Wu, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyTime: Tuesday,Dec.3, 13:30-15:00 Location: Room 217, Guanghua Building 2 Abstract:In this paper, we study a new robustness concept in mechanism design with interdependent values: interim dominant strategy incentive compatibility (IDSIC). It requires each agent to have an ...

  • 2019/11/29
    The Mnemonomics of Contract Overchoice

    ​Marketing Seminar (2019-26)Topic:The Mnemonomics of Contract OverchoiceSpeaker:Liang Guo, Professor, The Chinese University of Hong KongTime: Friday, 29 Nov, 13:30-15:00Location: Room K02, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:Consumers may systematically overchoose contracts that seem ex post suboptimal. This is typically interpreted as evidence for naivety about present-biased preference. We offer an...

  • 2019/11/25
    With a Little Help from Friends: Strategic Fundraising and the Crowd

    Marketing Seminar (2019-24)Topic:With a Little Help from Friends: Strategic Fundraising and the CrowdSpeaker:Tingting Fan, assistant professor, The Chinese University of Hong KongTime: Monday, 25 Nov, 13:30-15:00Location: Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:This paper studies the information role of strategic fundraising from family and friends. Based on a crowdfunding and online social media...

  • 2019/11/22
    The Medium of Advertising

    Marketing Seminar (2019-23)Topic:The Medium of AdvertisingSpeaker:Song Lin, Assistant Professor, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyTime: Friday, 22 Nov, 13:30-15:00Location: Room K02, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:Firms often communicate with consumers through mediated advertising. Prior research has mainly focused on how advertising affects consumer behavior, with little progress mad...

  • 2019/11/20
    Price Promotions and Online Reviews

    Marketing Seminar (2019-22)Topic:Price Promotions and Online ReviewsSpeaker:Yiting Deng, Assistant Professor, UCL School of Management, University College LondonTime: Wednesday, 20 Nov, 13:30-15:00Location: Room K02, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:Price promotions increase sales, at least in the short term, but the effect of price promotions on consumers’ product evaluation is not well understo...

  • 2019/11/19
    Heterogeneity, Decentralized Trade, and the Long-run Real Effects of Inflation

    EconomicsSeminar(2019-19) Topic:Heterogeneity, Decentralized Trade, and the Long-run Real Effects of InflationSpeaker:Tao Zhu, the HKUSTTime:Tuesday,Nov. 19, 13:30-15:00Location:Room 217, GuanghuaBuilding 2  Abstract: The long-run relationship between inflation and output is studied in a standard matching model. Thesign and degree of the output-inflation correlation depends on the cause of in...

  • 2019/11/15
    Leveraging Overconfidence

    ​Finance Seminar(2019-31)Topic: Leveraging OverconfidenceSpeaker: Brad M. Barber,Graduate School of Management, UC DavisTime: Friday, 15 November, 12:15-13:45Location: Room K05, Guanghua Building 2Organizers: Department of Finance, Center for Finance and Development, PKUAbstract:In theory, overconfident investors with a budget constraint use leverage more, trade more, and perform worse than w...

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