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    Photos du colloque

    Découvrez les photographies de la 4th PANORisk Conference, qui s'est tenue les 12 et 13 décembre à la faculté de droit, d'économie et de gestion.

    Diana Pop, maître de conférence à l'Université d'Angers, lance le colloque
    Philippe Simoneau, vice-président recherche, accueille les participants
    Sandra Camus, directrice du GRANEM, accueille les participants
    Jeffrey Pontiff, professeur de finance à Boston, durant sa conférence, "Flow"
    Jeffrey Pontiff, professeur de finance à Boston, durant sa conférence, "Flow"
    Nour Khairallah (Audencia Business School) - The impact of financial reporting quality on the firms' access to leverage financing: the case of French listed SMES
    Guido Hulsmann (UA) présente Abid Abir (Université d'Orléans) - How do the stock markets react to domestic and foreign economic policy uncertainty shocks? New insights from a panel approach in an international context
    Daniel Hofmann (European University Viadrina) - Do returns nest informations? Serial-correaltion based investment strategies
    John J. Jr. Merrick (William & Mary) - Mismarking fraud in mutual funds
    Bruno Séjourné, Diana Pop, François Langot, Adrian Pop et Jeffrey Pontiff durant la présentation de John J. Jr. Merrick (William & Mary)
    Adrian Pop et Runsheng Gu durant la présentation de John J. Jr. Merrick (William & Mary)
    Oskar Kowalewski (IESEG School of Management) - Founder involvement in CEO turnover
    Dîner de gala à la Galerie David d'Angers
    Dîner de gala à la Galerie David d'Angers
    Dîner de gala à la Galerie David d'Angers
    Charlotte Østergaard, professeure de finance au BI Norwegian Business School, durant sa conférence "Why boards exist? Governance design in the absence of corporate law"
    Charlotte Østergaard, professeure de finance au BI Norwegian Business School, durant sa conférence "Why boards exist? Governance design in the absence of corporate law"
    Bruno Séjourné (UA) lance la table ronde "peut-on aller vers une finance apaisée ?" avec, de gauche à droite, Bernard Coupez (Président HCCP) et Jean-Paul Pollin (Université d'Orléans)
    Bernard Coupez (Président HCCP) et Jean-Paul Pollin (Université d'Orléans)
    Jean-Paul Pollin (Université d'Orléans) pendant la table ronde "peut-on aller vers une finance apaisée ?"
    Table ronde "peut-on aller vers une finance apaisée ?"
    Table ronde "peut-on aller vers une finance apaisée ?" avec Bernard Coupez (Président HCCP) et Jean-Paul Pollin (Université d'Orléans), modérée par Bruno Séjourné (UA)
    Bernard Coupez (Président HCCP) pendant la table ronde "peut-on aller vers une finance apaisée ?"
    Anna Grazia Quaranta - The relationship between business models and systemic risk in the banking market
    Victoria Dobrynskaya - Lego - the toy of smart investors

    Panorisk conference 2019

    Du 12 décembre 2019 au 13 décembre 2019

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

    Panorisk Conference 2019 Angers

     

    Download the program here.

     


     

    December 12 and 13, 2019 at the University of Angers, France

    The University of Angers invites you to the 4th Annual PANORisk Conference, Angers, France on December 12-13, 2019. PANORisk is a regional project sponsored by Région Pays de la Loire and involves researchers in economics, finance and mathematics from five academic institutions, namely University of Angers, University of Le Mans, University of Nantes, Audencia Nantes, and ESSCA School of Management Angers.

    Building on the success of the previous conferences since 2016, we have the pleasure to organize for the fourth year an event related to The Roadmap of Long-Term Value Creation. It aims to foster a dynamic scientific exchange among academic researchers, practitioners and policy makers on the challenges and regulatory priorities raised by the changing corporate and financial environment.

     

    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: 

     


    Charlotte Østergaard

     

    Professor of Finance at BI Norwegian Business School after a position of Research Officer at the Financial Markets Group at the London School of Economics and the Director of the Center for Corporate Governance Research (CCGR) at the BI Norwegian Business School.

     

    Her research focuses on banking and corporate governance. She has published academic papers in top-tier academic journals such as the Journal of Finance, the Review of Financial Studies, the Review of Finance, and the Journal of Political Economy.

     

    She is currently working on governance in Norwegian industrial corporations in the early 20th century and on entrepreneurial firms.


    Jeffrey Pontiff

     

    Professor of Finance at The Wallace E. Carroll School of Management, Boston College, Massachusetts (USA) and the Director of the Chair James F. Cleary in Finance. 

     

    His research focuses on corporate finance and capital markets. He has published several academic papers in top-tier academic journals such as American Economic Review, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, or Management Science. His papers have won numerous awards including both the Jensen Prize (first place) and the Amundi Smith Breeden Prize (first place).

     

    He is currently an Advisory Editor of the Journal of Wine Economics, the Executive Editor of the Review of Asset Pricing Studies and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and a former Associate Editor of the Review of Financial Studies (2006-2009)and Management Science (2009-2014).

     

    The fields suitable for this conference may include (but are not limited to) the following:

    • Corporate Governance and Risk Management;
    • Market Microstructure and High Frequency Trading;
    • Information Disclosure and Market Liquidity;
    • Environmental Risks and Corporate Social Responsibility;
    • Alternative Investments and Asset Innovations;
    • Financial  Regulation (MiFID II, Solvency II, Basel III);
    • Systemic Risk and Financial Stability;
    • Non-standard Monetary Policy Measures;
    • Savings and Retirement;
    • Insurance.

     

    Papers addressing (1) The rise and fall of retail investors (privatization schemes, new players in entrepreneurial finance); (2) Agency problems and stewardship responsibilities of institutional investors; (3) The rise of Sovereign Wealth Funds in Continental Europe; (4) The dynamics of interest groups and; (5) The corporate voting policies would be particularly welcome.

     

    PAPER SUBMISSIONS: 

     

    Papers should be submitted (extended abstracts will also be considered) in electronic format by September 30th, 2019. Final versions of the selected papers are due by November 30th, 2019.


    All papers will be reviewed by the conference’s scientific committee. Authors will be informed of the outcome before October 15th, 2019. Your submission should be sent by e-mail to: panorisk2019 @ contact.univ-angers.fr (panorisk2019 @ contact.univ-angers.fr)


    Registration deadline: November 15th, 2019

    ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

     

    Serge Blondel – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Catherine Deffains-Crapsky – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Enareta Kurtbegu – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Jesus Herell Nze Obame – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Diana Pop – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Bruno Séjourné – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Monique Bernier - GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Linda Gorman- GRANEM ( (University of Angers)

    SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE :

     

    Serge Blondel – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Catherine Deffains-Crapsky – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Iordanis Kalaitzoglou - Audencia (Nantes)

    Enareta Kurtbegu – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Waël Louhichi - ESSCA (Angers)

    Huyen Nguyen - GAINS (University of Le Mans)

    Giacomo Nocera - Audencia (Nantes)

    Jesus Herell Nze Obame – GRANEM (University of Angers)

    Adrian  Pop - LEMNA (University of Nantes)

    Diana Pop – GRANEM (University of Angers)

     Read it on line «Panorisk_Angers_CallforPapers_Dec2019.pdf»

     


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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