FAME seminars

The finance, accounting, management science and economics group (FAME) host regular seminars throughout the academic year.

If you are an Oxford University student, faculty or staff, and would like to attend any of the seminars, please contact fame@sbs.ox.ac.uk to check availability. 

Michaelmas Term 2021

17:00 12 October 2021

Toni Whited, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan

Title: Relative performance evaluation and strategic competition


17:00 19 October 2021

Paola Sapienza, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

TitleTaste for competition and the gender gap among young business professionals (with Ernesto Reuben and Luigi Zingales)


12:15 26 October 2021

Jose Penalva – uc3m

TitleAre founder investments driving the crowd in equity crowdfunding?

17:00 2 November 2021

Sophie Calder-Wang, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

TitleThe distributional impact of the sharing economy on the housing market

12:15 9 November 2021

David Scharfstein, Harvard Business School


Title: Racial disparities in the Paycheck Protection Program

17:00 23 November 2021

Jillian Popadak Grennan, Duke University - The Fuqua School of Business


Title - Artificial intelligence and high-skilled work: evidence from analysts

17:00 30 November 2021

Morten Sorensen, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth


Title - Optimal allocation to Private Equity

Hilary Term 2022

12:15 22 February 2022

Claire Celerier, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto


12:15 8 March 2022

Zhiguo He, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business


Trinity Term 2022

12:15 26 April 2022

Stavros Panageas, UCLA Anderson School of Management

Title - A Long and a Short Leg Make For a Wobbly Equilibrium

12:15 3 May 2022

Cecilia Parlatore, NYU Stern School of Business

Title - TBC

12:15 7 June 2022

Michaela Pagel, Columbia Business School

Title - TBC

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