FRIC'19 Conference on Financial Frictions

In collaboration with the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), the FRIC Center and the Department of Finance are proud to announce the seventh international conference on financial frictions in Copenhagen: FRIC'19 Conference on Financial Frictions - join us for another exciting event on August 15-16, 2019

Article by Lasse Heje Pedersen wins Fama-DFA prize

One of the two Fama-DFA prizes at the Journal of Financial Economics has been awarded to the article ‘Carry’ by Lasse Heje Pedersen, professor at the FRIC Center for Financial Friction at CBS, and his co-authors

Call for proposals: Business History in Central & Eastern Europe, 25-26 October 2019

The objective of the workshop is to begin create a platform for discussing business history among the researchers in the field within Central & Eastern Europe. EBHA and Centre for Business History support this process and want to help develop the emerging field of business history in Central & Eastern Europe. For more information write to Anna Pikos (businesshistory@kozminski.edu.pl) or Alfred Reckendrees (are.mpp@cbs.dk). Please send proposals for papers and panels to businesshistory@kozminski.edu.pl (deadline 9 June 2019)

AQR Top Finance Graduate Award at CBS 2019

Center for Financial Frictions (FRIC) and the Department of Finance are proud to announce the AQR Top Finance Graduate Award at CBS 2019, which will take place on June 17, 2019

3rd Nordic Challenges Conference beginns tomorrow 6 March 2019

ReNEW (Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World) aims at developing path-breaking research on the Nordic region against the background of an increasingly challenging global context. The Nordic region has attracted global interest in the last decade. One of its activities is the Nordic Challenges Conference that takes place at CBS this year.

Welcome to Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith is visiting the Centre for Business History from 18 February to 31 May 2019. Andrew is Senior Lecturer in International Business at Liverpool University and a Business Historian by training. He is particularly interested in History as Sensemaking and in Uses of the Past