European Finance Association

46th Annual Meeting

Carcavelos, Portugal 21-24 August 2019

Tracks and Topics

Here you can find a list of tracks and topics. Please note that when submitting, you can choose one track only but multiple topics.

  • Asset Pricing – Empirical (APE)
  • Asset Pricing – Theory (APT)
  • Behavioral Finance (BF)
  • Corporate Finance and Governance – Empirical (CFGE)
  • Corporate Finance and Governance – Theory (CFGT)
  • Financial Intermediation and Institutions – Empirical (FIIE)
  • Financial Intermediation and Institutions – Theory (FIIT)
  • Household Finance (HH)
  • International Finance (IF)
  • Market Microstructure (MM)

 

Asset Pricing – Empirical

  • APE-01 – Equities
  • APE-02 – Stock return anomalies
  • APE-03 – Return predictability
  • APE-04 – Factor models
  • APE-05 – Tests of asset pricing models
  • APE-06 – Market efficiency
  • APE-07 – Portfolio choice, asset allocation
  • APE-08 – Monetary and macroeconomic effects
  • APE-09 – Institutional effects
  • APE-10 – Financial crisis
  • APE-11 – Government policy and regulation
  • APE-12 – Liquidity, frictions, limits to arbitrage
  • APE-13 – Learning, information processing and transmission
  • APE-14 – Volatility, risk management
  • APE-15 – Fixed income securities
  • APE-16 – Credit  risk
  • APE-17 – Commodities
  • APE-18 – Derivatives, continuous-time models
  • APE-19 – Alternative asset classes
  • APE-20 – Real estate markets

Asset Pricing – Theory

  • APT-01 – Equities
  • APT-02 – Market efficiency
  • APT-03 – Portfolio choice, asset allocation
  • APT-04 – Asset returns in macroeconomic models
  • APT-05 – Government policy and regulation
  • APT-06 – Monetary and macroeconomic effects
  • APT-07 – Liquidity, frictions, limits to arbitrage
  • APT-08 – Learning, information processing and transmission
  • APT-09 – Volatility, risk management
  • APT-10 – Fixed income securities
  • APT-11 – Credit risk
  • APT-12 – Commodities
  • APT-13 – Derivatives, continuous-time models
  • APT-14 – Alternative asset classes

Behavioral Finance

  • BF-01 – Empirical
  • BF-02 – Theoretical
  • BF-03 – Asset pricing
  • BF-04 – Corporate finance
  • BF-05 – Financial intermediation
  • BF-06 – Experimental and neuro finance
  • BF-07 – Individual traders, trading strategies
  • BF-08 – Households

Corporate Finance and Governance – Empirical

  • CFGE-01 – Capital structure, financal policy
  • CFGE-02 – Security design
  • CFGE-03 – Payout policy
  • CFGE-04 – Event studies
  • CFGE-05 – Product markets
  • CFGE-06 – Effects of regulation and monetary policy
  • CFGE-07 – Financial risk and risk management
  • CFGE-08 – Investment policy
  • CFGE-09 – Cost of capital, valuation
  • CFGE-10 – Financial constraints
  • CFGE-11 – Taxes
  • CFGE-12 – Innovation
  • CFGE-13 – Security issues
  • CFGE-14 – Mergers & acquisitions, corporate control
  • CFGE-15 – Restructuring, organizational structure
  • CFGE-16 – Board of directors
  • CFGE-17 – Managerial compensation
  • CFGE-18 – Finance and labor
  • CFGE-19 – Ownership structure and investor activism
  • CFGE-20 – Financial distress, bankruptcy, liquidation
  • CFGE-21 – Contracting mechanisms
  • CFGE-22 – Corporate disclosure and accounting
  • CFGE-23 – Politics
  • CFGE-24 – Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • CFGE-25 – Corporate culture, gender and diversity
  • CFGE-26 – Entrepreneurial finance

Corporate Finance and Governance – Theory

  • CFGT-01 – Mergers & acquisitions, corporate control
  • CFGT-02 – Capital structure, financial policy
  • CFGT-03 – Ownership structure
  • CFGT-04 – Contract and game theoretical models
  • CFGT-05 – Dynamic models
  • CFGT-06 – Corporate disclosure, accounting, law, regulation
  • CFGT-07 – Financial risk and risk management
  • CFGT-08 – Investment policy, capital budgeting, cost of capital
  • CFGT-09 – Security issues
  • CFGT-10 – CEOs, boards, executive compensation

Financial Intermediation and Institutions – Empirical

  • FIIE-01 – Banks and depository institutions
  • FIIE-02 – Bank lending
  • FIIE-03 – Central banks
  • FIIE-04 – Ratings and rating agencies
  • FIIE-05 – Financial stability and systemic risk
  • FIIE-06 – Government policy, bank regulation and supervision
  • FIIE-07 – Monetary and central bank effects
  • FIIE-09 – Bank risk management
  • FIIE-10 – Collateral
  • FIIE-11 – Investment banking, venture capital, private equity, brokerage
  • FIIE-12 – Financial instruments
  • FIIE-13 – Analysts
  • FIIE-14 – Asset management, mutual funds
  • FIIE-15 – Hedge funds
  • FIIE-16 – Pension funds, endowment funds
  • FIIE-17 – Insurance
  • FIIE-18 – Financial history
  • FIIE-19 – Financial technology (FinTech)
  • FIIE-20 – Financial networks
  • FIIE-21 – Crowdfunding
  • FIIE-22 – Interbank, money and repo markets
  • FIIE-23 – Real estate markets

Financial Intermediation and Institutions – Theory

  • FIIT-01 – Contract and game theoretical models
  • FIIT-02 – Dynamic models
  • FIIT-03 – Banks and depository institutions
  • FIIT-04 – Central banks
  • FIIT-05 – Financial stability and systemic risk
  • FIIT-06 – Government policy, bank regulation and supervision
  • FIIT-07 – Collateral
  • FIIT-08 – Investment banking, venture capital, private equity, brokerage, analysts
  • FIIT-09 – Financial instruments
  • FIIT-10 – Market design
  • FIIT-11 – Asset management, mutual funds
  • FIIT-12 – Financial technology (FinTech)
  • FIIT-13 – Financial networks
  • FIIT-14 – Crowdfunding

Household Finance

  • HH-1 – Housing and mortgage credit
  • HH-2 – Consumer credit and student loans
  • HH-3 – Financial literacy
  • HH-4 – Investments and portfolio choice
  • HH-5 – Savings and retirement
  • HH-6 – Finance and labor

International Finance

  • IF-01 – Emerging markets
  • IF-02 – Exchange rates
  • IF-03 – International asset pricing
  • IF-04 – International corporate finance
  • IF-05 – International institutions, intermediation
  • IF-06 – International capital flows
  • IF-07 – International asset allocation

Market Microstructure

  • MM-01 – Market microstructure, theoretical
  • MM-02 – Market microstructure, empirical
  • MM-03 – High-frequency trading
  • MM-04 – Liquidity, frictions, limits to arbitrage
  • MM-05 – Market structure and design issues
  • MM-06 – Price formation and price discovery
  • MM-07 – Information and disclosure
  • MM-08 – Cryptocurrencies
  • MM-09 – Artificial intelligence and machine learning