The 18th Annual Conference in Financial Economics Research by Eagle Labs

Conference dates

21 May 2023 - 22 May 2023

Location

Reichman University (IDC Herzliya) Israel

Description

The 18th Annual Conference in Financial Economics Research by Eagle Labs

The Arison School of Business, Reichman University (IDC Herzliya), Israel

2022 CALL FOR PAPERS

Conference Date: May 21st-22nd, 2023

About the Conference:
The Annual Conference in Financial Economics Research, founded by The Rothschild Caesarea Foundation, is entering its 18th year, and is supported by Eagle Labs. For more information: https://www.runi.ac.il/en/schools/business/events/annual-conference/

Over the past two decades, the conference has become one of the top conferences in financial economics research worldwide, being ranked as the #1 academic finance conference outside the U.S.

The conference's small-scale environment, high level of papers and discussions, and its attendees, drawn from top schools around the world, all combine to foster interaction and academic dialogue.
This year we are happy to collaborate with the Journal of Financial Intermediation and wish to thank them for their sponsorship of the Conference dinner.

Subject to manuscript quality, Prof. Murillo Campello, managing editor of Journal of Financial Intermediation, will also invite a select number of papers to be submitted to the journal under regular review process. Submission fee will be waived for invited papers.

The Conference in practice:
The organizers of the conference are Jacob Boudoukh, Yaniv Grinstein and Shimon Kogan. Each year we receive approximately two hundred papers. The papers are screened in a two-stage process by a committee of over fifty leading academics spread over all relevant subfields. Discussants are matched to selected papers based on their relevant expertise. The conference’s prominence in the academic community results in submission of excellent work by researchers from around the world. That, combined with a rigorous screening process, resulted in up to 60% of the papers presented during our 2006-2020 conferences being published in one of the top five finance journals. Please see 17th annual conference program for reference at: https://www.runi.ac.il/en/schools/business/events/annual-conference/archived-conferences/17th-annual-conference/

Submission & Registration Process:
To submit a paper, you will be asked to register and make payment of $40, see https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=18th_fer

Papers can be submitted electronically (in PDF or Word format). Authors of accepted papers will be notified by mid-January 2023.

Deadline for paper submission: Monday, November 28th, 2022.

The program committee cochairs are:
Jacob Boudoukh (Reichman University)
Yaniv Grinstein (Reichman University & Cornell University)
Shimon Kogan (Reichman University & University of Pennsylvania)

The program committee members are:
Yakov Amihud (New York University), Patrick Augustin (McGill University), Doron Avramov (Reichman University), Ilona Babenko (Arizona State University), Itzhak Ben David (Ohio State University), Effi Benmelech (Northwestern University), Nittai Bergman (Tel Aviv University), Alon Brav (Duke University), Murillo Campello (Cornell University), Mikhail Chernov (University of California, LA), David De Angelis (University of Houston), François Derrien (HEC Paris), Marco Di Maggio (Harvard University), Itamar Drechsler (University of Pennsylvania), Ran Duchin (University of Washington), Eliezer Fich (Drexel University), Francesco Franzoni (University of Lugano), Andrea Gamba (University of Warwick), Diego Garcia (University of Colorado Boulder), Simon Gervais (Duke University), Eitan Goldman (Indiana University), Jarrad Harford (University of Washington), Zhiguo He (University of Chicago Booth), Yael Hochberg (Rice University), Burton Hollifield (Carnegie Mellon University), Christian Julliard (London School of Economics), Marcin Kacperczyk (Imperial College London), Dalida Kadyrzhanova (Federal Reserve Board, Washington DC), Bige Kahraman (Oxford University), Ron Kaniel (Reichman University / University of Rochester), Hyunseob Kim (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago), Yelena Larkin (York University, Canada) Doron Levit (University of Washington), Yukun Liu (University of Rochester), Asaf Manela (Reichmand Univerisyt /Washington University in St. Louis) Evgeny Lyandres (Tel Aviv University), Igor Makarov (London School of Economics), Semyon Malamud (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne), David Matsa (Northwestern University), Alan Moreira (University of Rochester), Martin Oehmke (London School of Economics), Christine Parlour (University of California, Berkeley), Joel Peress (INSEAD), Lukasz Pomorski (AQR Capital Management), Uday Rajan (University of Michigan), Adriano Rampini (Duke University), Michael Roberts (University of Pennsylvania), Stefano Rossi (Bocconi University), Nick Roussanov (University of Pennsylvania), Jacob Sagi (University of North Carolina), Lukas Schmid (University of Southern California), Kelly Shue (Yale University), Elena Simintzi (University of North Carolina), Denis Sosyura (Arizona State University), Luke Taylor (University of Pennsylvania), Margarita Tsoutsoura (Cornell University), Jules van Binsbergen (University of Pennsylvania), Michela Verardo (London School of Economics), Avi Wohl (Tel Aviv University), Irina Zviadadze (HEC Paris)