RCFS is pleased to announce that Gregor Matvos has been renewed for another 3-year term as Editor. We thank him for his continued service.
RCFS Editor Gregor Matvos is featured in the LA Times in a piece titled, “Chase says arbitration ‘provides better outcomes’ for consumers….” Also featured is former RCFS Editor Amit Seru, who is a co-author of the study alongside Mark Egan.
“Tough Love: The Effects of Debt Contract Design on Firm Performance” by Ioannis Spyridopoulos
The program for the CSEF-RCFS Conference on Finance, Labor, and Inequality is available online.
The conference, which featured a dual submission option with RCFS, will take place June 21-22 in Capri.
The SFS Cavalcade Asia-Pacific 2019 submission period is now open. To submit, please visit SFS Cavalcade Asia-Pacific 2019. The deadline for submission is June 15, 2019.
Reminder for doctoral students: For papers in which ALL co-authors are doctoral students, the submission fee is waived.
The program for the First CUHK-RCFS Conference on Corporate Finance and Financial Intermediation conference is available online.
The conference, which featured a dual submission option with RCFS, will take place June 3-4, 2019, at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
“Employee Inside Debt and Firm Risk-Taking: Evidence from Employee Deposit Programs in Japan” by Sudipto Dasgupta, Yupeng Lin, Takeshi Yamada, and Zilong Zhang
In honor of Financial Literacy Month, the SFS presents a Virtual Issue on Debt. This Virtual Issue includes papers from RAPS, RCFS, and RFS, published between 2014-2019, on topics such as the mortgage crisis, student aid, and payday loans, among others. The issue is free to read online now.
“Family firms and labor market regulation” by Morten Bennedsen, Sterling Huang, Hannes Wagner, and Stefan Zeume
“Incentives and Competition in the Airline Industry” by Rajesh K. Aggarwal and Carola Schenone
RCFS is pleased to announce that Antoinette Schoar (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) will be the RCFS Keynote Speaker at Cavalcade North America 2019. Professor Schoar’s speech will take place Wednesday, May 22, at 3:45pm. For more details, please see the program on the Cavalcade web site.