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Location: Room 101
Date: Tuesday, 28/May/2019
2.1: Monetary Policy and Credit Markets
Location: Room 101
Chair: Mitchell Berlin, FRB Philadelphia

Mortgage Prepayments and Path Dependent Effects of Monetary Policy

Fabrice Tourre1, Joseph Vavra2, Konstantin Milbradt3, David Berger3

1: Copenhagen Business School; 2: University of Chicago; 3: Northwestern University

Inspecting the Mechanism of Quantitative Easing in the Euro Area

Francois Koulischer1, Ralph Koijen2, Motohiro Yogo3, Benoit Nguyen4

1: Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg School of Finance; 2: Chicago Booth Business School; 3: Princeton University; 4: Banque de France

The Real Effects of Fed Intervention: Revisiting the 1920-1921 Depression

William Mann, Bruce Carlin

UCLA Anderson School of Management, United States of America

1.1: Fintech 1: Fintech, ICOs and Digital Currencies
Location: Room 101
Chair: Zhiguo He, University of Chicago

Initial Coin Offerings and Platform Building

Jiasun Li1, William Mann2

1: George Mason University; 2: UCLA Anderson School of Management

Digital Currency Runs

David Skeie

Texas A&M University, United States of America

FinTech Isn’t So Different from Traditional Banking: Trading off Aggregation of Soft Information for Transaction Processing Efficiency

Stephen G. Ryan, Chenqi Zhu

New York University, United States of America

The Wisdom of Crowds in FinTech: Evidence from Initial Coin Offerings

Jongsub Lee1, Tao Li2, Donghwa Shin3

1: Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: University of Florida; 3: Princeton University

Date: Wednesday, 29/May/2019
5.1: Fintech 2: Fintech, Lending and Illiquidity
Location: Room 101
Chair: William Mann, UCLA Anderson School of Management

P2P Lenders versus Banks: Cream Skimming or Bottom Fishing?

Loriana Pelizzon2, Calebe DeRoure1, Anjan Thakor3

1: Royal Bank of Australia; 2: SAFE Goethe University, Germany; 3: Olin School of Business

The Performance of Marketplace Lenders: Evidence from Lending Club Payment Data

Roman Kräussl1, Zsofia Kräussl1, Joshua Pollet2, Kalle Rinne3

1: University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; 2: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U.S.; 3: Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg

Illiquidity, Closure Policies and the Role of LOLR

Stefano Corradin1, Suresh Sundaresan2

1: European Central Bank, Germany; 2: Columbia University

4.5: Innovation 1
Location: Room 101
Chair: Filippo Mezzanotti, Northwestern University

Bank Geographic Diversification and Corporate Innovation: Evidence from the Lending Channel

Saiying Deng1, Connie X. Mao2, Cong Xia3

1: Southern Illinois University; 2: Temple University; 3: Southern Illinois University

Find and Replace: R&D Investment Following the Erosion of Existing Products

Joshua Krieger1, Xuelin Li2, Richard T. Thakor2

1: Harvard Business School; 2: University of Minnesota

Access to Finance and Technological Innovation: Evidence from Antebellum America

Yifei Mao1, Jessie Jiaxu Wang2

1: Cornell University; 2: Arizona State University

2.7: Mutual Funds
Location: Room 101
Chair: Sugato Bhattacharyya, University of Michigan

Investors’ Appetite for Money-Like Assets: The Money Market Fund Industry after the 2014 Regulatory Reform

Gabriele La Spada, Marco Cipriani

Federal Reserve Bank of New York, United States of America

Missing in Action: Investor Reaction to Mutual Fund Misconduct

Rachel Li

Southern Methodist University, United States of America

Liability Structure and Risk-Taking: Evidence from the Money Market Fund Industry

Ramin Baghai, Mariassunta Giannetti, Ivika Jäger

Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden

Passive Investors are Passive Monitors

Davidson Heath1, Daniele Macciocchi1, Roni Michaely2, Matthew Ringgenberg1

1: University of Utah, United States of America; 2: University of Geneva

Date: Thursday, 30/May/2019
7.1: Innovation 2: Promoting Innovation
Location: Room 101
Chair: Rebecca Zarutskie, Federal Reserve Board

Speech Is Silver, But Silence Is Golden: Information Suppression And The Promotion Of Innovation

Gaurav Kankanhalli1, Alan Kwan2, Kenneth Merkley3

1: Cornell University; 2: University of Hong Kong; 3: Indiana University

Selling Innovation in Bankruptcy

Song Ma1, Joy Tianjiao Tong2, Wei Wang3

1: Yale University; 2: Duke University; 3: Queen's University

Entrepreneurship and Economic Conditions: Evidence from Regional Windfall Gains

Rafael Zambrana1, Miguel Ferreira1, Vicente Bermejo2, Daniel Wolfenzon3

1: Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal; 2: Esade Business School; 3: Columbia Business School

7.5: Corporate Culture, Ethics and Social Responsibility
Location: Room 101
Chair: Murillo Campello, Cornell

Social Progress and Corporate Culture

Alexander Zentefis, Gary Gorton

Yale University, United States of America

Socially Responsible Corporate Customers

Rui Dai1, Liang Hao2, Lilian Ng3

1: University of Pennsylvania, United States of America; 2: Singapore Management University, Singapore; 3: York University, CanadaSocially Responsible Corporate Customers

Director Appointments – It is Who You Know

Jay Cai1, Tu Nguyen2, Ralph Walkling1

1: Drexel University, United States of America; 2: University of Waterloo, Canada

6.2: Innovation 3: Entrepreneurship
Location: Room 101
Chair: Arthur Korteweg, University of Southern California

Entrepreneurial Wages

Tania Babina2, Wenting Ma1, Paige Ouimet1, Rebecca Zarutskie3

1: UNC, United States of America; 2: Columbia University; 3: Federal Reserve Board

Keeping Options Open: What Motivates Entrepreneurs?

Sylvain Catherine

The Wharton School, United States of America

The Impact of Student Debt on High Value Entrepreneurship and Venture Success: Evidence from No-Loans Financial Aid Policies

Karthik Krishnan1, Pinshuo Wang2

1: Northeastern University; 2: University of South Florida

Fewer and Less Skilled? Human Capital, Competition, and Entrepreneurial Success in Manufacturing

Meghana Ayyagari1, Vojislav Maksimovic2

1: GWU, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland, College Park

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