Save the Date – 7th Annual FDIC Consumer Research Symposium

Save the Date – 7th Annual FDIC Consumer Research Symposium

October 13, 2017, L. William Seidman Center, Sheila C. Bair Auditorium, Arlington, Virginia

Sponsored by the FDIC’s Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection

Please join us for the 7th Annual FDIC Consumer Research Symposium. The conference will be held at the FDIC’s facilities in Arlington, Virginia, on Friday, October 13.

OVERVIEW: The symposium will highlight new research on consumers’ capabilities, knowledge, preferences, and experiences in markets for financial products and services, as well as the effects of public policy interventions and new regulations on consumers, households, communities, and financial institutions. More details on the event and highlights from past conferences are available at:

CALL FOR PAPERS: We are still accepting submissions for the conference. If you are interested in submitting a paper or an abstract, please refer to the Call for Papers announcement for more information, at: As a reminder, the submission deadline is June 5, 2017.

We look forward to seeing you in October!

Call For Papers MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policy 4th Annual Conference

Call For Papers
MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policy 4th Annual Conference – “Government Financial Products, Policies, and Institutions”

September 27-28, 2017, Cambridge, MA

Governments have profound effects on the allocation of investment capital and risk throughout the world. They operate some of the world’s largest financial institutions, including development and state-owned banks, public and government pension funds, government-sponsored enterprises, and agencies providing credit for education, agriculture, housing, trade, infrastructure and businesses. Their policies and the products they choose to offer are major determinants of the quality, availability and pricing of financial services to households and firms, and of the costs and risks borne by taxpayers.

TOPICS: MIT’s Golub Center for Finance and Policy is inviting paper submissions for its annual conference which will shed new light on these issues and institutions, or that evaluate policy proposals related to them. Suitable topics include but are not limited to: public retirement systems and policies; restructuring the secondary mortgage market in the U.S.; infrastructure finance; government accounting policies and credit subsidy measurement; student loans; development banking; contingent liabilities of governments; and product design.

The mission of the MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policy (GCFP) is to serve as a catalyst for innovative, cross-disciplinary and non-partisan research and educational initiatives that address the unique challenges facing governments in their role as financial institutions and as regulators of the financial system.

RESEARCH TRACKS: Each year the GCFP’s annual conference brings together academics, policy makers and practitioners to discuss research and new developments in a selected area related to one or more of the main research tracks of the Center:
– Evaluation and Management of Government Financial Institutions
– Regulation of Financial Markets and Institutions
– Measurement and Management of Risk

This year’s topic cuts across all three areas. Both empirical and theoretical papers are welcome.

FURTHER INFORMATION: For more information about the GCFP and its past conferences please visit:

DATES: There will be a late afternoon session, a conference dinner and keynote speaker on the evening of Wednesday, September 27, followed by a full day of conference events on Thursday, September 28.

EXPENSES: Travel (economy class round-trip) and accommodation expenses will be covered for presenters and discussants.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Please email a copy of your paper as a PDF to

DEADLINE: Deadline for submission of papers is 31 May 2017.

The authors of selected papers will be informed by June 30.

Call for Papers: FinTech Conference

Call for Papers.

Jointly organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research, along with the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business and the Journal of Financial Services Research (JFSR) .

Conference organizers cordially invite the submission of research and policy-oriented papers for the 2017 Financial Stability Conference on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

The recent years have witnessed rapid innovation in financial technology (FinTech). A particular focus of the 2017 conference is to highlight research and advance the dialogue on the implications of FinTech for financial stability.  The conference welcomes theoretical and empirical research from a wide range of academic disciplines. We aim to bring scholars from computer science, economics, engineering, finance, and other related fields together with policymakers and representatives from the FinTech industry. We anticipate discussions centering on the financial stability implications of FinTech and the implications for policy and regulation.  There will be two types of discussions: Research forums and policy discussions. The research forums will follow the format of an academic workshop and include a discussant. Papers submitted to research forums will be selected by a scientific committee composed of Mark Carey (Fed), Sanjiv Das (Santa Clara), Mark Flannery (Florida), Bryan Ford (EPFL), Albert Kyle (Maryland), Andrew Lo (MIT), Patricia Mosser (Columbia), Thomas Philippon (NYU), N. Prabhala (Maryland), and Emin Sirer (Cornell). >

Policy discussions include keynote addresses and panel discussions with prominent speakers and panelists from industry, regulatory agencies, and academia. David Yermack (NYU) has agreed to be the academic keynote speaker. > We welcome submissions of research on topics related to FinTech and financial stability, systemic risk, and related public policy. Conference topics include, but are not limited to:

• Big Data

• Blockchain including Anonymity and Pseudonymity Techniques

• Cryptocurrencies and Monetary Policy

• Cybersecurity and FinTech

• FinTech Charters

• High Frequency Trading

• Innovations in FinTech

• Payment Systems > • Regulation of FinTech

• Regulation Technology (RegTech)

• Relation between FinTech Firms and Traditional Banks

• Text Analytics for Risk Management

• Wealth Management and Robo-Advising.

Papers focusing on financial stability but not necessarily FinTech-related are also welcome. Selected papers and discussions will be invited to submit to JFSR for possible publication in a special issue. JFSR submission is not required for conference submission. The deadline for submissions is July 17, 2017. Please submit completed papers to:

Notification of acceptance will be provided by Sept. 5, 2017. Travel and accommodation expenses will be covered for one presenter for each accepted paper.

Organizing Committee: Joseph Haubrich (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland), Simon Kwan (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland), Stacey Schreft (OFR), Haluk Unal (Smith School/JFSR) > For questions contact:

CfP: 2017 Paris Financial Management Conference

Call for Papers, 2017 Paris Financial Management Conference (PFMC-2017)

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 18–20 December 2017, IPAG Business School, 184 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 75006 Paris, France,
Deadline: July 31, 2017

You are cordially invited to submit your research papers (English only and in PDF files) for presentation consideration at the fifth edition of the *Paris Financial Management Conference (PFMC-2017) that will take place on 18-20 December 2017 at the breathtaking and enchanting “Saint-Germain-des-Prés” district of Paris.
This conference aims to bring together academics, practitioners and policymakers sharing interests in corporate finance, financial management, and financial markets. It also provides a forum for presenting new research results as well as discussing current and challenging issues in financial management and related topics.
Topics The scientific and organizing committees welcome submissions in all areas of financial management (early submission is highly encouraged).
The main topics of the conference include, but not limited to: Asset allocation and valuation; Banking regulation and financial services; Corporate governance; Corporate finance, IPOs, SEOs, M&A; Country funds and hedge funds; Debt issues; Emerging markets finance; Ethical finance and CSR; Financial accounting, regulation; Financial crises and contagion; Financial engineering and derivatives; Foreign currency issue; Global imbalances & sustainability; Market behavior efficiency; Multinational financial management; Portfolio management and optimization; Risk management.
Keynote Speakers
– Prof. Alex Edmans , Professor of Finance, London Business School, U.K.

– Prof. Rossen Valkanov , *Zable Endowed Chair Professor of Finance and Accounting, University of California San Diego, United States.

– Sabri Boubaker, *Champagne School of Management & University of Paris Est, France* – Ephraim Clark, *Middlesex University London, United Kingdom* – Duc Khuong Nguyen, *IPAG Business School, France & Indiana University, United States*

Paper Submission Authors are invited to submit their papers in PDF files, no later than 31 July 2017 via the conference website: pfmc2017.sciencesconf. org/user/submit. Submitted manuscripts will be peer-reviewed. No submission fee is required. General inquiries regarding the call for papers should be directed to any of the conference chairs.
Publication Opportunities
In consultation with the conference organizers and the editors of Emerging Markets Review , Finance Research Letters , International Review of Financial Analysis , and Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money , authors of selected papers will be invited to submit their manuscripts to a regular issue of these journals with fast track review. A selection of high-quality research papers will be published in a Special Issue of on conference themes.
Important Dates
– Submission deadline: July 31, 2017 – Notification of review results: September 15, 2017 – Registration deadline: October 31, 2017 – Conference event: December 18-19-20, 2017
For queries, please contact:
– Sabri Boubaker ( – Ephraim Clark ( – Duc Khuong Nguyen (

CFA-NUS grant

Call For Papers 2017 Asia Asset Management – CAMRI – CFA Institute Prize in Asset Management
Asia Asset Management (AAM), in collaboration with the Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI) at NUS Business School in Singapore, launched the Annual AAM-CAMRI Prize in Asset Management in 2015 to celebrate excellence in regional applied research. For more details on the Winning Paper of the 2016 AAM – CAMRI Prize (selected from close to 60 excellent applications from around the world), please click here:
PRIZE DETAILS: This year, AAM and CAMRI are pleased to announce that CFA Institute has joined us as a partner in this Annual Prize. The 2017 Asia Asset Management – CAMRI – CFA Institute Prize in Asset Management is worth US$15,000 and will be awarded to just one winning paper. We seek submissions on empirical or theoretical research which are judged to be original and break new ground in the thinking, practice, policies and issues affecting the Asian asset management industry. In light of the 2017 Pensions and ESG Forum’s theme, we especially welcome papers on pensions & retirement finance, household & consumer finance, and ESG.
Among the members of the prize’s judging panel are: Professors David Reeb, Chair (CAMRI, NUS Business School); John Wei (HKUST); Takeshi Yamada (Australian National University); and Joseph Cherian (CAMRI, NUS Business School).
According to the rules of the prize, submitted papers should not have been published as of the submission closing date, and special consideration will be given to submissions that have been presented at major academic conferences or universities. Abstracts of submitted papers and the full winning paper will also be hosted on the CFA Institute’s Asia-Pacific Research Exchange website (
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: The closing date for submissions is Monday, July 31, 2017, and the winner will be notified by Friday, September 15, 2017. Papers, along with corresponding SSRN links, should be submitted via email to:<>
CEREMONY DETAILS: The 2017 AAM-CAMRI-CFA Institute Prize Award Ceremony will take place during the 2017 Pensions and ESG dinner on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 in Singapore. The author of the winning paper will also deliver a lunch presentation on their research to an audience of academics and senior practitioners at the 2017 Pensions and ESG Forum on Thursday, November 16, 2017. The winning author (or at least one author of a multi-authored submission) is expected to attend and present at these two events. Roundtrip airfare and two nights’ lodging will be provided to the presenting author. An optional presentation tour to the Asia Pacific CFA Societies may also be arranged by the CFA Institute, with the agreement of the winner. If you have any questions on the AAM – CAMRI – CFA Institute Prize, please contact:<>
ABOUT AAM: Asia Asset Management magazine is widely recognized as being the first trade journal in the Asia-Pacific region to cater to the needs of asset managers, pension funds and institutional investors.
ABOUT CAMRI: CAMRI is a centre for the research, education, and practice of asset management based at the NUS Business School in Singapore.
ABOUT ARX: Initiated and developed by CFA Institute, Asia-Pacific Research Exchange (ARX) strives to enhance the knowledge and understanding of investment management issues through a platform based on contributions and engagements amongst practitioners and academics.

Asia pacific financial markets conference

Call For Papers The Twelfth Conference on Asia-Pacific Financial Markets (CAFM)
December 8-9, 2017, Seoul, Korea
The Korean Securities Association (KSA) is pleased to announce its Twelfth Annual Conference on Asia-Pacific Financial Markets (CAFM) to be held at the Westin Chosun Hotel in Seoul, Korea, from December 8 to December 9, 2017. We welcome interested scholars, practitioners, and policy-makers to submit research papers in all areas of finance for presentation at the conference.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: The keynote speaker for the Twelfth CAFM will be Professor Jarrad Harford at Michael G. Foster School of Business of the University of Washington. Professor Harford is an internationally-known scholar in the area of corporate finance, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, and currently serves as a managing editor of the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and an associate editor of the Journal of Financial Economics. He has published extensively in the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and the Review of Financial Studies. He joined Michael G. Foster School of Business in 2001. He received his PhD degree in finance at Simon Business School of the University of Rochester.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Papers written in English must be submitted via, using MS Word or Adobe pdf file format from April 15, 2017. The deadline for paper submission is August 31, 2017. The submitted papers will be reviewed for selection by the review committee in a double-blind referee process. The results will be notified to the author via email by September 30, 2017. If you have any question with the paper submission, please let us know via email at<>
All papers must be accompanied by an abstract of a maximum of 200 words. The cover page of the paper should contain the paper’s title, the author’s name, affiliation, address, phone number, and email address. The second page should contain the paper’s title and abstract only. The programs for the previous CAFM conferences can be accessed at the website,
BEST PAPER AWARDS: If your paper is accepted for presentation at the conference, your paper is eligible to compete for a Best Paper Award of US$2,000 (or KRW 2,000,000). Eight (8) best papers will be awarded at the Gala dinner to each presenting author. The awarded papers can be also invited for publication in the Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies (AJFS), which is a SSCI-listed journal.
DOCTORAL STUDENT CONSORTIUM AND BEST DISSERTATION AWARD: Doctoral students are also welcome to present their dissertations in a session at the doctoral student consortium of the conference, which will be led by leading scholars in Asia as faculty panelists including Vidhan Goyal (HKUST), Allaudeen Hameed (NUS), and Jun-Koo Kang (NTU). The Best Dissertation Award of US$ 1,000 (or KRW 1,000,000) will be given to the best thesis.
DUAL SUBMISSION OPTION WITH AJFS: The Twelfth CAFM will feature a dual submission option with AJFS. If you choose the option at the time of paper submission, your paper accepted for the conference can be additionally considered for publication by the editors of AJFS with the journal submission fee waived.
REGISTRATION: Registrations made prior to November 10 will be charged with an early bird fee of US$ 150, while those made post November 10, including on-sight registration, will be subject to regular fee of US$ 300.
ABOUT SEOUL: Seoul is the capital and largest metropolis in South Korea, and has been the capital for more than 600 years. With a municipal population over 11.8 million, Seoul is one of the largest financial and cultural centers in East Asia. Situated on the Han River, Seoul is considered a leading and rising global city, filled with a fascinating blend of ancient traditions and cutting-edge digital technology, home to endless street food vendors, and serene Buddhist temples. As the birthplace of K-pop and Korean Wave, Seoul receives over 10 million international visitors every year, making it one of the world’s most visited cities.
PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIR: Kook-Hyun Chang, Konkuk University
CONFERENCE CONTACT: For additional information, please contact us via email at<>
Professor Venkatesh Panchapagesan Associate Professor of Finance and Head, IIMB Real Estate Research Initiative IIM Bangalore Bannerghatta Road, Bengaluru 560076 +91 80 2699 3349 (Direct) +91 96323 95403 (Mobile) +91 80 2699 3208 (Admin Assistant, Ms. Sumithra)

7th ROGE-2017 at the University of Oxford, UK, 3-4th July


ABRM is pleased to announce the 7th ROGE-2017 Paper Submission is officially open!
We would kindly like to invite you to register to the *7th International Conference of the Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE)* at the University of Oxford, UK, *3-4th July 2017.*
*Before making a submission, please ensure that you have read the Submission Guidelines *
*Draft Submission Deadline: 19th May 2017* *Final Paper Submission Deadline: 2nd June 2017 * *Publication Release: 3rd July 2017*
*Conference proceedings: *All accepted papers/abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings titled “The Business & Management Review” both in Print and online version. Conference proceedings is indexed by ProQuest and EBSCO Host.
*Extended Publication Opportunities:*
All accepted and registered papers for ROGE conference will be invited to submit special and extended edition of Journal of Business and Retail Management Research (JBRMR)-A SCOPUS Indexed and SCIMAGO Ranked Journal and in other journals from the Academy
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Fall Conference Featuring a Celebration of the Work of Stephen Ross

Call For Papers: Fall Conference Featuring a Celebration of the Work of Stephen Ross
September 15, 2017 at the New York Marriott Marquis
New Deadline: Submit by April 28, 2017
The Wharton School’s Jacobs Levy Equity Management Center for Quantitative Financial Research will host its next conference at the New York Marriott Marquis (1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036) on September 15, 2017. Academics and practitioners are invited to present current research on topics related to asset management and quantitative finance.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Please email<> to submit a paper. You may link to your paper in the body of the email or attach a PDF. The new deadline for submissions is April 28, 2017.
The Jacobs Levy Center will provide hotel accommodations and travel reimbursements for those academicians selected to participate in the forum.
ABOUT THE EVENT: The event will feature a celebration of the work of Stephen Ross in the area of multi-factor asset pricing, memorialized in his 1976 Journal of Economic Theory paper “The Arbitrage Theory of Capital Asset Pricing.”
Ross will be recognized with the Wharton-Jacobs Levy Prize for Quantitative Financial Innovation. Speakers will include Richard Roll of the California Institute of Technology and David Musto of the Wharton School.
There will be one discussant for each paper and a lunchtime speaker. Presenters at past Jacobs Levy Center events have included Andrew Ang, Cliff Asness, Mark Carhart, Samuel Hartzmark, Campbell Harvey, Lasse Pedersen, Jeremy Siegel, and Robert Stambaugh.
Professor Christopher Geczy, Ph.D., Academic Director 215-898-1698<>
Lauren McDonnell, Managing Director 215-898-7542<>
ABOUT THE CENTER: Led by Professor Chris Geczy, and established through the generous support of Bruce Jacobs and Ken Levy, the Wharton School’s Jacobs Levy Center is dedicated to the advancement of quantitative finance, at the intersection of theory and practice, through the creation and dissemination of innovative knowledge.

Call for Papers: 2017 SER Conference

–The Singapore Economic Review (SER) is a quarterly journal devoted to the publication of high quality theoretical and empirical papers on all aspects of economics, with a special emphasis on the Asian region. It was founded in 1956 as the Malayan Economic Review and is one of the oldest economics journals in Asia. The journal is included in EconLit, ISI Web of Knowledge and is also abstracted in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SCCI).

The SER Conference is the flagship event of the Journal and a continuing series we have been holding every two years since the fiftieth anniversary of the journal’s founding in 1956. It is gaining a reputation for providing interesting and useful opportunities for academics, private and public practicing economists, policy makers and graduate students to discuss various economic issues as well as options for good economic policies. This year, we will be organising the seventh (7th) SER Conference from 2 to 4 August 2017 (inclusive) at Mandarin Orchard Hotel, Singapore.

Call for papers and abstract submission are now open! For more details, please refer to for more information such as submission details etc. We look forward to your attendance!


World Finance & Banking Symposium – Bangkok, Thailand

*BANGKOK**, THAILAND* *December, 14th-15th, 2017* Location: *NIDA Business School* Submission Deadline: *APRIL 30th, 2017* *WORLD FINANCE & BANKING SYMPOSIUM*
Professor of Finance
*Saïd Business School *
*University of Oxford*
Provost´s Chair Professor of Finance
*National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School*
You are cordially invited to submit your research papers for presentation consideration at the World Finance & Banking Symposium (2017) that will take place on December 14th-15th, 2017 in *Bangkok, Thailand*. This two days conference, hosted by *NIDA Business School*, promotes the exchange of ideas in research, teaching, and managerial practices through formal presentations of research, discussions and special sessions.
*AREAS OF INTEREST: *The scientific and organizing committees welcome submissions in all areas of Banking, finance and economics.
*Submission Deadline*: *April 30th, 2017*
Authors will be notified of the acceptance decision by *June 12th, 2017* SUBMIT A PAPER
The award will be given annually at the World Finance & Banking meeting and will recognize up to three papers:
-The first prize (recognized with a plaque and $500)
-The runner-up (recognized with a plaque)
-One honorable mention (recognized with a plaque)
The World Finance & Banking Symposium is offering two options to PhD Students participate in our events: PhD Sessions( full papers) and Doctoral Tutorial ( incomplete papers):
*Phd Sessions (Full papers):* PhD students with completed papers, which includes literature review and statistics or models, can upload those papers on our platform. The World Finance Conference will organize a separated group of sessions only with PhD students from all the parts of the world, promoting the opportunity to discuss their researches and increase the network. The submissions must be done normally, choosing in the beginning of the submission the options “*Student: Yes*”.
*Doctoral Tutorial (incomplete papers):* The World Finance & Banking Symposium also organizes a tutorial for PhD students as part of the Annual Meeting. We encourage PhD students to submit research proposals, or preliminary drafts, for one of their PhD essays and related to all the finance, economics and accounting areas. The Doctoral Tutorial will be chaired by a renamed group of top finance professors who will provide the students the opportunity to discuss their dissertation research with other doctoral students and top academics finance professors. The authors must submit the papers in our platform and choose the option “*Student: Yes*” and also ” *PhD Toturial*” in the end of “*Topic Areas*”.
*Submission Deadline*: *April 30th, 2017*
Authors will be notified of the acceptance decision by *June 12th, 2017* SUBMIT A PAPER
*Chairman *
*João Paulo Vieito * Diretor School of Business Studies Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo

*Narumon Saardchom*
NIDA Business School
Director of Ph.D. in Business
Bangkok, Thailand

*Frank Allen* – Wharton University of Pennsylvania, USA *Andrew Karolyi* – Cornell University, USA *René M. Stulz* – Ohio State University, USA *Richard Brealey* – London Business School, USA *Jay Ritter *- University of Florida, USA *Eduardo Schwartz* – University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), USA *Jonathan Karpoff* – University of Washington, USA *Bhagwan Chowdhry* – University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), USA *Raman Uppal *- London Business School, UK *Michael Brennan* – University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), USA *Anjan Thakor* – Washington University, USA *Julian Franks* – London Business School, United Kingdom *Henrik Cronqvist *- University of Miami, USA *Christopher Polk* – London School of Economics, United Kingdom *Ian Cooper* – London Business School, united Kingdom *Douglas Breeden* – Duke University, USA *Harjoat Bhamra *- Imperial College of London, United Kingdom *Joseph P H fan *- Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong *Ronald Masulis *- Australian School of Business, Australia *Jun-Koo Kang* – Nanyang Business School, Singapore *Marcin Kacperczyk* – Imperial College of London, United Kingdom *Rene Garcia* – EDHEC Business School, France *Tarun Ramadorai *- Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, United Kingdom *Tom Smith *- University of Queensland Business School, Australia *Wayne Ferson *- Marshall School of Business, USA *Lloyd P Blenman* – University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA *Carlos P Maquieira* – Universidad Autonoma do Chile, Chile *Carlos Pombo* – Universidad de los Andes, Colombia *Christian Wolff* – University of Luxembourg, Luxemburg *Cynthia J Campbell* – Iowa State University, USA *Pablo Fernandez* – IESE Business School, Spain *David Ding *- Massey University, New Zealand *Dilip K Ghosh* – James Madison University, USA *Fariborz Moshirian* – University of New South Wales, Australia *Finn Ostrup* – Copenhagen Business School, Denmark *Giorgio Valente *- City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong *Gonzalo Cortazar* – Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile *Hideaki Kato* – Nagoya University, Japan *Huining Henry Cao* – Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, China *Michela Verardo* – London School of Economics, United kingdom *Tarun Ramadorai* – Said Business School, Oxford University, United Kingdom *Ike Mathur* – Southern Illinois University, USA *James R Lothian* – Fordham University, USA *Lars Oxelheim* – Lund University, Sweden *Lorenzo Preve *- IAE Business School, Argentina *Mohamed Ariff* – Bond University, Australia *Nicholas Apergis *- University of Piraeus, Greece *Nils H. Hakansson* – Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley *Paul B McGuinness *- Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong *Ramazan Gencay* – Simon Fraser University, Canada *Guido Mantovani* – Ca Foscari University, Italy *Robert Faff *- Monash University, Australia *Almir Ferreira de Sousa *- São Paulo University, Brazil *Ghon Rhee *- University of Hawaii, USA *Sankar De* – India School of Business, India *Usah Mittoo* – University of Manitoba, Canada *Yong H Kim *- University of Cincinnati, USA
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L. 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