The Changing Role of Stock Markets in Capital Formation

A conference jointly organized by the
Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research and the
Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions at NYU

May 9, 2017

Followed on May 10, 2017 by the
SEC-NYU Dialogue on Securities Market Regulation
in New York

NYU Stern School of Business
44 W 4th Street
New York, New York

8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:30 Paige Ouimet, UNC
"Going Entrepreneurial? IPOs and New Firm Creation"
Discussant: Michael Ewens, CalTech
10:20 Break
10:35 Sabrina Howell, NYU Stern
"How Public Markets Foster Firm Standardization: Evidence from Chinese IPOs"
Discussant: Kathleen Hanley, LeHigh University
11:25 Roni Michaely, Cornell University
"Are US Industries Becoming More Concentrated?"
Discussant: Martin Schmalz, University of Michigan
12:15 Lunch
2:00 Gans Narayanamoorthy, Tulane University
"Capital Market Consequences of Decimalization and Overlapping Regulations"
Discussant: Paul Schultz, University of Notre Dame
2:50 Michelle Lowry, Drexel University
"Mutual Fund Investments in Private Firms"
Discussant:  Jennifer Juergens, SEC
3:40 Break
4:00 Matthew Gustafson, Penn State
"Pre-IPO Communications and Analyst Research: Evidence Surrounding the JOBS Act"
Discussant: Daniel Taylor, Wharton
4:50 Michael Minnis, University of Chicago
"Accounting Choices and Capital Allocation: Evidence from Large Private U.S. Firms"
Discussant: Nemit Shroff, MIT
5:40 Cocktail Reception

Registration for May 9th conference is required by May 2nd
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