2017년 7월 18일
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[Research Seminar 2017.07.13] “Normal” is more normal for some asset classes

Speaker’s Name: Jaehyuk Choi (Assistant Prof./Peking University HSBC Business School) Abstract: This study concerns normal stochastic volatility (NSV) model in which the price follows an arithmetic Brownian motion. The NSV model provides a better option pricing model for some asset classes, such as interest rate, compared to its counterpart based on […]
2017년 7월 18일
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[Research Seminar 2017.07.04] Do Investors Use Options and Futures to Trade on Different Types of Information? Evidence from an Aggregate Stock Index

Speaker’s Name: Kyounghun Bae (Assistant Prof./Hanyang University) Abstract Option prices are sensitive to changes in volatility whereas futures prices are not. We investigate this distinction empirically and test the hypothesis that investors with information about future returns (volatilities) will prefer to trade in futures (options) because futures (options) protect the investor […]
2017년 7월 18일
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[Research Seminar 2017.06.28] Consumer Search and Choice under Limited Product Information

Speaker’s Name: Jun B. Kim  (Associate Prof./Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)   Abstract Empirical models of consumer search typically assume that consumers are fully informed about key product attribute values prior to search and their search objective is resolve the remaining idiosyncratic match values of the products. However, […]
2017년 7월 18일
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[Research Seminar 2017.06.19] “A Bold Move or Biting Off More than They Can Chew: Examining the Performance of Small Acquirers

Speaker’s Name: Kevin H. Kim (Assistant Prof./The University of Memphis)     Abstract We investigate and explain an apparent contradiction in the prior literature on the performance of small acquirers. Small acquirers enjoy announcement period returns that are significantly higher than returns for larger acquirers, but small acquirers also significantly underperform […]