Video Message Celebrating 35 Years of the SFS

On the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the founding of the SFS, we’ve created a video message featuring our founders and some of our past Presidents. This video, which played at lunch at the SFS Cavalcade conference, answers the question: Why is it called the Cavalcade? Featuring:

George Constantinides, Founding Member & President 1991-1994
Chester Spatt, Founding Member & President 1994-1997
Michael Brennan, Founding Member & President 1997-1999
Milton Harris, President 1999-2002
Ravi Jagannathan, President 2002-2005
Matthew Spiegel, President 2014-2017, Founder of the SFS Cavalcade

Cavalcade Keynote Presentations

The keynote presentations from SFS Cavalcade North America 2022 are posted on the Cavalcade website:

Cavalcade Keynote
“Intangible Capital”
Andrea Eisfeldt (UCLA)

Review of Corporate Finance Studies Keynote
“Cross-Subsidies in Household Finance”
Tarun Ramadorai (Imperial College London)

Review of Asset Pricing Studies Keynote
“COVID-19 and the Principles of Economics
Chester Spatt (Carnegie Mellon University)

Winners of the Cavalcade Best Paper Awards

The winners of the SFS Cavalcade North America 2022 Best Paper Awards were announced at the Awards Reception on May 23. The Cavalcade Chairs nominated a group of candidates that were then voted on by a committee of Session Chairs. We are pleased to share the winners:

Best Paper in Corporate Finance
“CEO Compensation: Evidence From the Field”
Alex Edmans, Tom Gosling, and Dirk Jenter
Prize: $1000

Best Paper in Asset Pricing
“A Quantity-based Approach to Constructing Climate Risk Hedge Portfolios”
Georgij Alekseev, Stefano Giglio, Quinn Maingi, Julia Selgrad, and Johannes Stroebel
Prize: $1000

The Arthur Warga Award for Best Paper in Fixed Income
“The Demand for Money, Near-Money, and Treasury Bonds”
Arvind Krishnamurthy and Wenhao Li
Prize: $1050 (2% of the endowment)

Congratulations to all our award winners!


Update to RFS Referee Payments

Beginning April 1, 2022, referees will no longer accrue a payment balance for RFS. Referees will be paid for each report rather than being paid after their accounts reach the threshold.

Submitting authors will no longer be able to apply their reviewer account balances to pay submission fees beginning April 1.