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EFA / EIASM DOCTORAL TUTORIAL IN FINANCE 2010



FRANKFURT, GERMANY, AUGUST 25, 2010
Faculty
TOM BERGLUND
WOLFGANG BUEHLER
FRANS DE ROON
HANS DEGRYSE
ESTHER EILING
RENE GARCIA
BRUNO GERARD
LORIANA PELIZZON
ABRAHAM RAVID
JUAN CARLOS RODRIGUEZ
NEAL STOUGHTON
BACKGROUND

The European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) and the European Finance Association (EFA) will jointly organise a Doctoral Tutorial for PhD students as part of the 37th EFA Annual Meeting, with the sponsorship of the NASDAQ-OMX Educational Foundation. The Doctoral Tutorial will take place on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 in Frankfurt, Germany. The EFA / EIASM Doctoral Tutorial 2010 will be co-chaired by Loriana Pelizzon (University Ca’ Foscari of Venice), Bruno Gérard (BI, Oslo) and Frans de Roon (Tilburg University).

Outstanding PhD students will have the opportunity to discuss their dissertation research with other doctoral students and leading academics in the field of finance.

CALL FOR PAPERS

We encourage PhD students to submit well-defined and detailed research proposals or preliminary drafts of one of their PhD essays that can already be submitted in a paper-format. Submitters are welcome to add one or two additional page(s) raising the conceptual and methodological problems they face with the current status of their dissertations, which they would like to discuss during the tutorial. All topics and methodological approaches within the broad field of finance will be considered. Preference will be shown for single-authored work that is substantially advanced but not fully completed, as well as for work by students who are planning to participate in  the job-market in 2010-11. (Papers that are co-authored with a faculty member will not be considered for presentation.)

Notifications of decisions will be delivered to authors by June 15, 2010. 

Submission Guidelines

Only electronic submissions in PDF format will be considered. To create universally portable PDF files, please use the Fastlane protocol. Details can be found at https://www.fastlane.nsf.gov/documents/pdf_create/pdfcreate_05.jsp?page=0

The submission should include the full content of the research document without any identifying details such as author names, affiliation or acknowledgements. Submitters provide name, affiliation, co-authors, paper abstract as well as CV on  the submission application form. Submissions will undergo a blind evaluation by the Doctoral Tutorial faculty.

Students are encouraged to submit their work to both the main conference and the tutorial. However, if a paper is accepted to both the main conference and the tutorial, preference will be given to the main conference and a substitute paper will be selected for the tutorial.  Please indicate  clearly on the Doctoral Tutorial submission form whether you submit your work to the main conference as well so that your eligibility can be confirmed.

Please note that the paper submission deadline for 2010 has passed.

PARTICIPANTS

The Doctoral Tutorial is held in a collaborative, open and friendly atmosphere. The selected papers will be distributed well in advance to facilitate lively discussions and questions from student and faculty participants alike. To enhance the collegiality of the tutorial, participants are kindly asked to attend the entire event. In addition, a student whose paper is accepted for the Doctoral Tutorial is also expected to serve as a discussant for one of the other papers. All participants will receive a certificate of participation. There will be a group supper organised for participants of the EFA / EIASM Doctoral Tutorial the evening before the event (i.e., Tuesday,  August 24, 2010) – details to follow closer to the date.

PROGRAMME

Please CLICK HERE to download the Final Programme.

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

Please CLICK HERE to download the list of participants.

BEST DOCTORAL TUTORIAL PAPER PRIZE

The best paper presented at the EFA / EIASM Doctoral Tutorial will be recognized with the Best PhD Tutorial Paper prize sponsored by the NASDAQ-OMX Educational Foundation. In addition, the author will be invited to present his/her work at the fall meeting of the Chicago Quantitative Alliance (CQA) to be held in Chicago in September 2010.

PHD STUDENT AUDITORS

A limited number of travel awards, sponsored by the NASDAQ-OMX Educational Foundation, are available for eligible Finance PhD students from institutions in Eastern European and  CEE countries to participate in the tutorial as auditors and attend the main EFA conference. Further information about the grants and the application procedure will be available on the EFA / EIASM Doctoral Tutorial webpage after February 15, 2010.

CONTACT & INFORMATION

Should you need more information or assistance regarding the EFA / EIASM Doctoral Tutorial, please contact one of the following individuals at the EIASM:
• Marion Hebbelynck (e-mail: hebbelynck@eiasm.be / phone: +32 2 226 66 60)
• Ene Kannel (e-mail: kannel@eiasm.be / phone: +32 2 226 66 65)
 

ADDRESS(ES)
PROF. TOM BERGLUND
SWEDISH SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS & BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
PO BOX 479
00101 HELSINKI
FINLAND
tom.berglund@shh.fi
PROF. DR. WOLFGANG BUEHLER
ZUM BUCHENHAIN 9


69198 SCHRIESHEIM
GERMANY
buehlerp@uni-mannheim.de
DR. FRANS DE ROON
TILBURG UNIVERSITY
POSTBUS 90153
5000 LE TILBURG
NETHERLANDS
f.a.deroon@uvt.nl
PROF. DR. HANS DEGRYSE
CENTER-TILBURG UNIVERSITY AND TILEC
OF FINANCE
POBOX 90153
5000 LE TILBURG
NETHERLANDS
h.degryse@uvt.nl
DR. ESTHER EILING
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO - JOSEPH L. ROTMAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
M5S 3E6 TORONTO
ONTARIO
CANADA
esther.eiling@rotman.utoronto.ca
PROF. RENE GARCIA
FINANCE, LAW AND ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT
EDHEC BUSINESS SCHOOL
393, PROMENADE DES ANGLAIS, BP 3116
06202 NICE CEDEX 3
FRANCE
rene.garcia@edhec.edu
DR. BRUNO GERARD
DEPT. OF FINANCIAL ECONOMICS,
NORWEGIAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, BI,
NYDALSVEIEN 37
0484 OSLO
NORWAY
bruno.gerard@bi.no
DR. LORIANA PELIZZON
UNIVERSITY OF VENICE,
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
CANNAREGIO 873

31100 VENICE
ITALY
loriana.pelizzon@unive.it
PROF. ABRAHAM RAVID
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
BELFER HALL
500 W. 185 ST.

10033 NEW YORK
NY
U.S.A.
saravid@yahoo.com
JUAN CARLOS RODRIGUEZ
TILBURG UNIVERSITY
FINANCE
PO BOX 90153
5000 LE TILBURG
NETHERLANDS
j.c.rodriguez@uvt.nl
PROF. DR. NEAL STOUGHTON
VIENNA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF FINANCE/WU-VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS,
DEPT OF FINANCE ACCOUNTING AND STATISTIC HEILIGENST√ĄDTERSTR. 46-48

1190 VIENNA
AUSTRIA
neal.stoughton@wu.ac.at