2007 Conference Details

The Third New York Fed/NYU Stern Conference on Financial Intermediation

A conference jointly sponsored by
the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and
the Salomon Center at NYU Stern

November 16, 2007
Stern School of Business
New York University

Organized by Hamid Mehran and Stavros Peristiani (New York Fed)
and Alexander Ljungqvist (NYU)

Registration Details: 
Attendance is free of charge but seating is strictly limited and so registration is required.
To register, please send an email to salomon@stern.nyu.edu before November 9, 2007. 
Indicate your name and university/affiliation in your response. 
We aim to confirm your registration by November 9, 2007. 

New York University
Stern School of Business
Henry Kaufman Management Center
44 West 4th Street, New York City
Main Auditorium

For directions to NYU Stern, click here


8:00Registration and Continental Breakfast
Chair: ALEXANDER LJUNGQVIST, New York University
9:00LAMONT BLACK, DIANA HANCOCK, and WAYNE PASSMORE, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
"Bank Core Deposits and the Mitigation of Monetary Policy"
Discussant: SKANDER J. VAN DEN HEUVEL, University of Pennsylvania
10:00VIRAL ACHARYA, London Business School
S. VISWANATHAN, Duke University
"Moral Hazard, Collateral, and Liquidity
Discussant: ALEXEI V. TCHISTYI, New York University
11:00Refreshment Break
11:30MICHAEL R. ROBERTS, University of Pennsylvania
AMIR SUFI, University of Chicago
"Control Rights and Capital Structure: An Empirical Investigation
Discussant: VICTORIA IVASHINA, Harvard Business School
Chair: HAMID MEHRAN, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
2:00SUMIT AGARWAL, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
ROBERT HAUSWALD, American University
"The Choice of Arm’s-Length and Relationship Debt: Evidence from eLoans"
Discussant: PHILIP STRAHAN, Boston College
3:00RAJKAMAL IYER, University of Amsterdam
MANJU PURI, Duke University
"Who Runs? The Importance of Relationships in Bank Panics"
Discussant: DAVID C SMITH, University of Virginia
4:00Refreshment Break
4:30SIMONA MOLA, Arizona State University
MASSIMO GUIDOLIN, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
"Affiliated Mutual Funds and Analyst Optimism"
Discussant: CAMELIA KUHNEN, Northwestern University
5:30Cocktail Reception