EDHEC faculty at the European Finance Association (EFA) Annual Meeting

Written on 23 August 2019.


The European Finance Association (EFA) Annual Meeting is currently taking place in Carcavelos in Portugal (21-24 August 2019). 

EDHEC faculty is represented by the household finance specialist, Professor Kim Peijnenburg who is chair of the Savings and Investments session, and who will introduce her paper entitled Household Portfolio Underdiversification and Probability Weighting: Evidence from the Field, co-wittten with Stephen Dimmock, Roy Kouwenberg and Olivia S. Mitchell (pdf).

Professor Raman Uppal will also be sharing his latest research Correcting Misspecified Stochastic Discount Factors, joint-work with Paolo Zaffaroni and Irina Zviadadze (pdf). 

Professors Gianpaolo Parise and Enrique Schroth (who has just joined EDHEC Business School) will contribute as discussants, respectively in the Dept and Investment session and the Ownership and Governance session.

The EFA 2019 includes about 81 sessions and 243 papers presented over three days. This annual conference offers a yearly networking forum for EFA members to share their ideas, research, and best practices.

Full programme is available at https://www.conftool.com/efa2019/sessions.php 

European Finance Association website http://european-finance.org/r/home

 

 

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