Financial Modelling Post-2008: Where Next? Seminar 1
Location: Bangor Business School, Bangor University, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG. Google map of LL57 2DG.
Date: 28-29 November 2012
Theme: The legal / historical origins of the 2008 crisis
This seminar is an ESRC research seminar. Find out about our other research seminars.
This is the first seminar in a four seminar series.
The series will involve leading experts presenting papers on two key themes which are absolutely central in financial modelling: distributional assumptions and efficiency. The conference series will tie these two key themes to the events of the 2008 financial crisis. It will attempt to shed light on how financial modelling can possibly be re-interpreted in light of the 2008 crisis.
This seminar is organised by Professor Molyneux (co-investigator), Bangor University.
Confirmed key note speakers are:
- Professor Deakin, Cambridge University - Legal and Regulatory origins of the crisis
- Professor Steven Ongena, Tilburg University, Netherlands - "A century of firm - bank relationships: did banking sector deregulation spur firms to add banks and borrow more?"
- Professor Rousseau, Vanderbilt University, USA - The ‘new’ financial history and the US experience
- Dr Rhiannon Sowerbutts, Bank of England - "Subsidies, a lack of market discipline and too important to fail"
- Professor Ian Tonks, University of Bath - "Executive pay-performance sensitivities: did bankers' bonuses cause the crisis?"
- Professor Molyneux, Bangor University - Risks in European Banking
- Seminar 2, theme: empirical modelling: distribution assumptions/efficiency - 2008 crisis, March 2013
Seminar 3, theme: empirical modelling: distribution assumptions/efficiency - 2008 crisis (stochastic models), October 2013
Seminar 4, theme: empirical modelling: distribution assumptions/efficiency - 2008 crisis (non-stochastic models), January 2014
For further information please contact:
- Emmanuel Haven
You can also find information about the seminars on the University of Leicester website.