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Politics and Corporate Power
2024 RCFS Winter Conference

Shining a Light on Firm Political Connections: The Role of Dark Money” by Matthew Denes (Carnegie Mellon University) and Madeline Marco Scanlon (University of Pittsburgh)

The Politics of the Paycheck Protection Program” by Deniz Igan (Bank for International Settlements), Thomas Lambert (Erasmus University), Prachi Mishra (International Monetary Fund), and Eden Zhang (Monash University)

Corporate Hiring under Uncertainty” by Duc Duy Nguyen (Durham University) and Vathunyoo Sila (University of Edinburgh)

The Impact of Regulation on Firm Value: Evidence From Political Connections” by Alan Crane (Rice University) and Andrew Koch (University of Pittsburgh)

Corporate Market Power: Drivers and Financial Consequences
2023 RCFS Winter Conference

Banks’ Market Power, Access to Finance, and Leverage” by Maria Cecilia Bustamante (University of Maryland), and Francesco D’Acunto (Georgetown University)

Market Power and the Transmission of Loan Subsidies” by Jose Renato Ornelas (Banco Central do Brasil), Alvaro Pedraza (The World Bank), Claudia RuizOrtega (The World Bank), and Thiago Silva (Banco Central do Brasil)

Skilled Immigration, R&D Concentration, and Industry Consolidation” by Rajesh Aggarwal (Northeastern University), and Mufaddal Baxamusa (University of St. Thomas)

Cross-Market Effects of Consolidation: Evidence from Banking” by Andrew Bird (Chapman University), Ding Du (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency), and Stephen A. Karolyi (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency)

Finance for the Greater Good
2022 RCFS Winter Conference

“Can finance alter corporate environmental decisions? Evidence from bank lending policies and mountaintop removal mining” by David Haushalter (Penn State University), Joseph Henry (Rowan University), Peter Iliev (Penn State University)

“Employee Financial Wellness Programs: The Role of Simplicity and Stigma” by Aaron Phipps (West Point), William Skimmyhorn (William & Mary)

“Energy Transitions and Household Finance: Evidence from U.S. Coal Mining” by Ding Du (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency), Stephen Karolyi (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency)

“ESG-Linked Executive Compensation and Managerial Talent” by Swarnodeep Homroy (University of Groningen), Taylan Mavruk (University of Gothenburg), Van Diem Nguyen (University of Gothenburg)

“The Monetary Benefit of Tokenizing Renewable Energy” by Markus Leippold (University of Zurich), Philip Berntsen (University of Zurich)

“Trust and Race: Evidence From the Market for Financial Advice” by Christopher P. Clifford (University of Kentucky), William C. Gerken (University of Kentucky), Tian Qiu (University of Kentucky)

“FinTech and Financial Inclusion” by Romina Gambacorta (Bank of Italy), Leonardo Gambacorta (Bank of International Settlements), Roxana Mihet (HEC Lausanne)

Discrimination, Disparities, and Diversity in Finance
2021 RCFS Winter Conference

“Cultural Diversities, Lending Relationships and the Cost of Credit: Evidence from Migration” by Giorgio Albareto, Maddalena Galardo, Paolo Mistrulli, and Bianca Servillio

“Breaking the Rainbow Ceiling? LGBTQ Equality in Firms” by Tanja Artiga González, Paul Calluzzo, G. Nathan Dong, and George Granicd

“Mortgage Lending: New Evidence Based on Processing Time” by Bin Wei and Feng Zhao

“Does Home Ownership Reduce Wealth Disparities for Low-Income and Minority Households?” by Ashley Eldemire, Kimberly Luchtenberg, and Matthew Wynter

“Conditions Within the Academic Finance Profession: Diversity, Inclusion, and Dissemination of Ideas” by Renee Adams and Michelle Lowry

“Social Change Through Financial Innovation: Evidence from Donor-Advised Funds” by Ofer Eldar and Jillian Grennan

“Text Messages: Regulatory Act, Digital Reminders, Minorities and Actions” by Maya Haran Rosen and Orly Sade

“Do Salary History Bans Limit Discrimination?” by Jesse Davis, Paige Ouimet, and Xinxin Wang