FRIC'19 Conference on Financial Frictions
Copenhagen Business School hosts the seventh international conference on financial frictions in collaboration with the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), the Center for Financial Frictions (FRIC) and the Department of Finance at Copenhagen Business School. This year’s conference will focus on illiquidity, volatility and irrationality in financial markets.
The conference will take place at CBS, August 15-16, 2019
Richard Cantor, Moody's Corporation
Peter DeMarzo, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Gary Gorton, Yale School of Management
Ralph S. J. Koijen, University of Chicago Booth School of Business and CEPR
Hui Chen, MIT Sloan School of Management
Pierre Collin-Dufresne, EPFL and CEPR
Edith Hotchkiss, Boston College, Carroll School of Management
Hanno Lustig, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Ian Martin, London School of Economics and CEPR
Michael Schwert, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Itay Goldstein, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Konstantin Milbradt, Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management
Stephen Schaefer, London Business School
Paul Schneider, USI Lugano and SFI
Daniel Streitz, Copenhagen Business School and DFI
Andrea Vedolin, Boston University, Questrom School of Business and CEPR
The conference is organized by the organizing committee: Jens Dick-Nielsen, Peter Feldhütter, David Lando, and Lasse Heje Pedersen.
In order to participate in the FRIC’19 conference, you need to register here and pay the registration fee.
If you qualify for a reduced or free registration fee, you will need to send an email to Julie de Molade at email@example.com before registering stating which of the reduced fee categories that applies to you.
Regular participant fee:
DKK 1000.- (app. EUR 135.-)
- All CBS faculty and PhD students: free of charge
- Non-CBS PhD students: free of charge
- CBS and non-CBS students: reduced fee of DKK 150.-
- Members of Finansforeningen: reduced fee of DKK 500.-
Deadline for registration is August 6, 2019 at noon.