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Cavalcade 2015 Submission Deadline Approaching
There is only one week left to submit your paper to Cavalcade 2015! The deadline for submissions is midnight PST December 8, 2014. To submit, visit Cavalcade 2015.
Itay Goldstein in The Financial Times
RFS Editor Itay Goldstein is mentioned in a recent article in The Financial Times. You can read the article at “Why a house-price bubble means trouble.”
RFS Authors Featured on OUP Blog
Authors Chen Xue, Kewei Hou, and Lu Zhang are featured on the Oxford University Press blog in a post titled, “A new benchmark model for estimating expected stock returns,” based on their paper, “Digesting Anomalies: An Investment Approach,” which is forthcoming in RFS. To accompany the post, we’ve made the paper free to read online! Check out the blog post here and read the paper here.
Laura Starks in The National Law Review
SFS Vice President and former RFS Editor Laura Starks was featured in a Q&A for The National Law Review on the topic of investor activism. You can read the article at “Perspectives on investor activism.”
Submission Period is Now Open for Cavalcade 2015
The Cavalcade 2015 submission period is now open. To submit, please visit Cavalcade 2015. The deadline for submissions is midnight PST December 8, 2014.
Reminder for doctoral students: For papers in which ALL co-authors are doctoral students, the submission fee is waived.
24th Mitsui Finance Symposium: Financial Intermediaries and Markets
The 24th Mitsui Finance Symposium: Financial Intermediaries and Markets will feature a dual submission option with RFS. The RFS sponsoring editor is Stefan Nagel. The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2015. The conference will take place May 29-31, 2015. The Call for Papers may be viewed here.
Editor’s Choice: December
The Editor’s Choice article for December 2014 (issue 27/12) is “No News Is News: Do Markets Underreact to Nothing?” by Stefano Giglio and Kelly Shue. You can read the article free online here.