The Centre for Global Finance seminar series

The Centre for Global Financial Research seminar series is an exciting opportunity for Centre for Global Finance members and external speakers to share their research ideas.

Papers vary from pilot studies through to advanced papers ready for submission to the quality research journals. Seminars are typically followed by in-depth Q&A discussion, providing authors with valuable feedback on their ideas which should add value to publications.

The series runs all academic year, if you would like to present your work at a research seminar, please e-mail with your contact details and the title of the seminar(s).

Seminar Series

Simon Wilde, UWE, 'Looking for an infrastructure asset class'

Wednesday 27 January
Room 4B003, 13:00 - 14:00

Ismail Adelopo, UWE, 'Corruption and banks profitability : A dynamic panel approach'

Wednesday 17 February
Room 4B003, 13:00 - 14:00

Yannis Dafermos, UWE, 'Monetary policy and ecological sustainability'

Wednesday 2 March
Room 4B003, 13:00 - 14:00

Vasco Vendrame, Cherif Guermat and Jon Tucker, UWE, 'The CAPM with regime switching'

Wednesday 16 March
Room 4B003, 13:00 - 14:00

Yanhui Zhu, UWE, 'Does ownership structure matter in the disclosure of corporate social responsibility in China?'

Wednesday 18 May
Room 4B003, 13:00 - 14:00

Khaled Hussainey, University of Plymouth, 'A new measure for narrative disclosure quality'

Wednesday 25 May
Room 4B003, 13:00 - 14:00



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