See all the photos here!
Photos from Cavalcade 2016 are now available online!
We are happy to announce that the Associate Chair for Cavalcade 2017 will be Antoinette Schoar from MIT. Professor Schoar will join Chair Heitor Almeida (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and Vice Chair Amir Yaron (University of Pennsylvania) on the team.
The winners of the Cavalcade Best Paper Awards were announced at the Awards Reception on Tuesday, May 17, at the SFS Finance Cavalcade Conference. We are pleased to now share the winners:
Cavalcade Best Paper in Corporate Finance
“Leverage, Labor Market Size, and Employee Pay”
Timothy Dore and Rebecca Zarutskie
Cavalcade Best Paper in Asset Pricing
“Capital Requirements and Asset Prices”
Georgy Chabakauri and Brandon Yueyang Han
The Arthur Warga Award for Best Paper in Fixed Income
“A Macrofinance View of Sovereign CDS”
Mikhail Chernov, Lukas Schmid, Andres Schneider
Congratulations to all our award winners!
Raman Uppal and Josef Zechner have been appointed to second terms on the SFS Council.
Cavalcade 2016 begins this Sunday, May 15. For details, visit the Cavalcade web site.
We are now less than two weeks away from Cavalcade 2016. If you have not registered yet, please do so at the Cavalcade 2016 web site. Reminder: Everyone who plans to attend–including presenting authors, co-authors, discussants, session chairs, doctoral students, and University of Toronto faculty–must register.
Due to demand, we are able to offer a few extra days of the Hyatt room block for Cavalcade 2016. There are now only deluxe rooms remaining so the price has increased to $249/night (Canadian). These rooms will be available UNTIL APRIL 30, 2016, while availability remains.
The Holiday Inn has rooms remaining.
The InterContinental is fully booked.
For hotel details, visit Cavalcade 2016.
AFFECT formed recently to promote gender equality in the finance profession, to facilitate networking among women, to provide mentoring of women, and to conduct research on the standing of women and differences in the career paths of men versus women in finance. At the breakfast, there will be a discussion of issues that may be of particular interest to women who are doing research and teaching in finance, information about what AFFECT is doing, and a short survey regarding issues related to peoples’ experiences within the academic field of finance.
All are welcome, and broad attendance is encouraged.