Innovation, information, lobby and tort law under uncertainty

Date : Mardi | 2023-04-04 à 12h30 Lieu : Salle des thèses Lien TEAMS : Cliquez ici pour rejoindre le séminaire de recherche du LÉO Caroline ORSET (AgroParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay) Recent environmental policies favour the ‘pollutant-payer’ Principle. This principle points out the pollutant financial liability for potential incidents induced by its activities. In parallel, firms […]

 Estimating large Markowitz portfolios’ spanning set

Date : Mardi | 2022-12-06 à 12h30 Lieu : Salle des thèses Rosnel Sessinou (HEC Montréal) Estimating large Markowitz portfolios implies estimating high-dimensional moments of stock returns,whose large number increases estimation errors. Thus, managing such large portfolios can be burdensomeas their transaction costs increase with estimation errors. Nevertheless, researchers have recently providedempirical evidence of the […]

Tunnelling and Related Party Transactions: Evidence from Political Turnover and State-owned Enterprises in China 

Date : Mardi | 2022-12-06 à 12h30 Lieu : Salle des thèses Sandy Suardy (University of Wollongong) This paper examines whether a government can play an important role in determining a firm’s related party transactions associated with tunnelling. Through the lens of political turnover in 31 Chinese provinces for 2000-2018, we show that political turnover […]