As usual, my summer conferences season kicks off this week, with the Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS) 2019 Conference, organized this year in Prague. Here is the detailed program: link I will present our paper (co-authored with Laurent Weill): Are Loans Cheaper when Tomorrow seems Further ? Presentation slides are available on figshare / slideshare
Our paper "Does the type of debt matter? Stock market perception in Europe", co-authored with Zuzana Fungacova and Laurent Weill, is forthcoming in the Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance and available online here: https://www-sciencedirect-com.scd-rproxy.u-strasbg.fr/science/article/pii/S1062976917303800?via%3Dihub Highlights We compare the effect of syndicated loan and bond announcements on borrower’s stock price. We apply an event study … Continue reading Does the type of debt matter? Stock market perception in Europe
Thanks to a blog post by Harzing ("When to say no?") i found this very useful chapter from the book How to be an Academic Superhero: Establishing and Sustaining a Successful Career in the Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities by Iain Hay It's chapter 17: "Managing your time" and i found it very clever and … Continue reading Managing your time in academia
My paper "Debt Renegotiation and the Design of Financial Contracts", forthcoming in the Journal of Financial Services Research, is now online : https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10693-019-00311-x Follow this link to view the article in pdf format: https://rdcu.be/bstAU Abstract This study examines the design of financial contracts after renegotiations. It focuses on the degree of renegotiation as measured by … Continue reading Debt Renegotiation and the Design of Financial Contracts
Joint work with Laurent Weill on language (more precisely future tense marking) and loans (more precisely loan terms at origination) in Europe. Abstract This paper studies how future tense marking affects the terms of bank loans. We predict that languages that grammatically mark the future affect speakers’ intertemporal preferences and thereby reduce the perception of … Continue reading Are Loans Cheaper when Tomorrow seems Further ?
[Une analyse similaire en 2018 se trouve ici] La liste complète des postes d’enseignant-chercheur publiés et ouverts en 2019 (format xls) se trouve ici. Je me suis concentré sur les sections CNU 05 et 06. En sciences de gestion, on comptabilise 78 postes de MCF (88 en 2018). En sciences économiques, on trouve 45 postes … Continue reading Brève analyse statistique des postes MCF section 05 et 06 en 2019
I just discovered a nice and easy to handle open-source platform for vizualising networks: Cytoscape (link). Below is an exemple of vizualisation using Cytoscape based on data on lead banks from the European syndicated loans' market: European syndicated lending market - lead banks