Eventos Realizados

Seminário de Pesquisa em Finanças: Ruy Monteiro Ribeiro
November 22, 2017 -
10:00am a 12:00pm
FGV/EBAPE - Rua Jornalista Orlando Dantas, 30 / Room 3

Seminário de Finanças, RUY MONTEIRO RIBEIRO, PUC-Rio, Brazil.

Title: Term Structure(s) of Equity Risk Premium

Using dividend and variance swap data simultaneously, we provide a series of novel facts on the term structure of equity risk premium. We also show the importance of another dimension of the term structure related to investment horizon and how the term structure changes over time. Moreover, we uncover new information on the level and variation of the term structure of the (physical) expectation of dividend growth. Among many facts, we show that: risk premium in increasing and concave on maturity; risk premium is also increasing and concave on investment horizon, but increases much faster than maturity; independently of maturity, most of the risk premium is associated with short-horizon risk premium; dividends are highly predictable once we account for time variation in the horizon term structure; and liquidity explains the high returns of dividend contracts and the term structure puzzle. Using both dimensions jointly highlights additional challenges to asset pricing models, but, unlike previous literature, we show that all these facts are consistent, for instance, with a long-run risk model with jump risks. 

Seminário de Pesquisa em Finanças: Michael Weber
April 3, 2017 -
10:00am a 12:00pm
FGV/EBAPE - Praia de Botafogo, 190 / Sala 537

Seminário de Finanças, Michael Weber, University of Chicago, EUA.

Title: The Long Shadow of Jewish Persecution on Financial Decisions

For centuries, Jews have been associated with financial services. We find that present-day households in German counties where Jewish persecution was higher in the Middle Ages and the Nazi period invest less in stocks, have lower savings in bank deposits, and are less likely to get a mortgage, but not to own a house. Current antisemitism, generalized trust, or supply-side forces do not appear to explain these correlations, which are consistent with a norm of distrust in finance, transmitted across generations. The forced migrations of the Ashkenazi communities across the German lands after the 11th century help assess the extent to which the effect of Jewish persecution on present-day financial decisions is causal.

Conferência parceira no Chile após a Conferência Internacional Sobre Finanças de Pequenas Empresas
December 12, 2016 - 12:00am

Santiago Finance Workshop, Dezembro 12-13, 2016

Chamada de Trabalhos (link)

International Conference on Small Business Finance in Rio 2016
December 8, 2016 - 12:30pm a December 9, 2016 - 6:30pm
FGV, Praia de Botafogo 190, 22250-900 Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil, Auditório Manoel Thompson Motta, 12th Floor

1. Chamada de Artigos



2. Programação Final



3. Artigos para Download

When Does Relationship Lending Start To Pay? - López-Espinosa, Mayordomo and Moreno.

The Size and Ownership of Private Credit Bureaus - Karapetyan and Stacescu.

Outsourcing Bank Loan Screening: The Economics of Third-Party Loan Guarantees - Dybvig, Shan and Tang.

Credit constraints and guarantees for small firms - Mullins and Toro.

The effects of business group affiliation: Evidence from firms being “left alone" - Larrain, Sertsios and Urzua.

Some borrowers are more equal than others: Bank funding shocks and credit reallocation - Jonghe, Dewachter, Mulier, Ongena and Schepens.

Substitution Effects in Private Debt: Evidence from SMEs - Illueca, Norden and van Kampen

The Role of Labor Mobility in Credit Market Development - Wang.


4. Fotos

Seminário de Finanças: Allen N. Berger
December 7, 2016 -
10:00am a 12:00pm
FGV Ebape

Seminário de Finanças, Allen N. Berger, University of South Carolina, EUA.


Do Bank Bailouts Reduce or Increase Systemic Risk? The Effects of TARP on Financial System Stability


Theory suggests that bank bailouts may either reduce or increase systemic risk. This paper is the first to address this issue empirically, analyzing the U.S. Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP). Difference-in-difference analysis suggests that TARP significantly reduced contributions to systemic risk, particularly for larger and safer banks located in better local economies. This occurred primarily through a capital cushion channel. Results are robust to additional tests, including accounting for potential endogeneity and selection bias. Findings yield policy conclusions about the wisdom of bailouts, which banks might be the best targets for future bailouts, and the form these bailouts might take.


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