Hosted by the Financial Markets Research Center at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University
The SFS Cavalcade is a 3.0 day conference covering all areas of finance. The format is 55 minutes per paper with eight-to-eleven parallel sessions. Our goal is to provide a setting that produces the kind of in-depth participation of a smaller conference while accommodating the variety of papers of a larger one. The host school’s faculty and Ph.D. students receive complimentary registration to the conference and all events. The SFS Cavalcade conference is a joint project of the Review of Financial Studies, the Review of Corporate Finance Studies, and the Review of Asset Pricing Studies.
Chair: Heitor Almeida (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Vice Chair: Amir Yaron (University of Pennsylvania)
Associate Chair: Antoinette Schoar (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
SFS Advisory Chair: Laura Starks (University of Texas at Austin)
Host’s Faculty Sponsor: Robert E. Whaley
Event Organization by Leigh Ann Clark (SFS), Jaclyn Einstein (SFS), Gina Repas (Vanderbilt University)
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Matthew Spiegel (Yale University)
The 2017 Cavalcade received 1024 submissions and had an acceptance rate of 11.7%. Submissions were accepted through December 7. The submission fee was $50. The submitted paper must not have been accepted (or conditionally accepted) at a journal or have been presented (or be scheduled to be presented) at the WFA/AFA. For papers in which ALL co-authors are doctoral students, the submission fee will be waived.
Registration prices were $140 for SFS members and $165 for nonmembers. Doctoral students and Vanderbilt University faculty members received complimentary registration.
Conference Dual Submission Option
You may elect dual submission to either The Review of Corporate Finance Studies or The Review of Asset Pricing Studies. If you wish to be considered for dual submission, please ensure you select the appropriate category while submitting. If the journal you select decides not to send your paper out for review, the editor may refer your paper to the other journal, if appropriate, or to The Review of Financial Studies, for possible review. Thus, by selecting the dual submission option, you have implicitly agreed to be reviewed by any of the three SFS journals. Please see our Dual Submission Policy.