The Argyros School of Business and Economics hosts the 3rd Annual Chapman Conference on Money and Finance, titled Financial Market Development in Emerging Asia: Impact on Corporate Performance, Capital Flows, and Politics, on Friday, May 4 at Chapman University.
A number of countries in South and East Asia are developing rapidly but financial markets in most of these countries remain underdeveloped or even repressed. Liberalization and regulatory reform can be expected at different speeds with potential opportunities for domestic and foreign investors. What will be the impact of this process on corporate structure and performance, political processes, financial flows and on financial markets in the developed countries? These issues will be addressed at the conference by academics and representatives of the financial business community
This event is free and open to the public.
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Beckman Hall 404 - 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Beckman Hall 104 - 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
8:30 a.m. - Light breakfast fare
8:50 a.m. - Welcome: Dean Thomas A. Turk, Ph.D.
Introduction of Keynote Speakers: Clas Wihlborg, Chapman University
9:00 a.m. - Keynote address 1:
S. Ghon Rhee, University of Hawaii,
"The Development of Regional Bond Markets in Asia."
9:35 a.m. - Keynote address 2:
Shubhashis Gangopadhyay, India Development Foundation,
"India's New Bankruptcy Code: A Model For Emerging Markets?"
10:10 a.m. - Coffee Break
10:30 a.m. - Panel Discussion on:
- What model for financial market development in Emerging Asia: Anglo-Saxon, China, India, or even the European Union?
- An American perspective on financial market development in emerging Asia.
*Introductory Remarks from: Janes Barth, Auburn University; Herald Benink, Tilburg University; Marco Espinosa, International Monetary Fund; Lars Oxelheim, Lund University
12:00 p.m. - Lunch
1:00 p.m. - Beckman Hall # 104 -Paper presentations by:
Chairman: Thomas D. Willett, Claremont Graduate University
1:15 p.m. - Brief presentations of papers in parallel Poster Session
1:30 p.m. - David G. Dickinson, University of Birmingham, UK, "Has the Split Share Reform Influenced Corporate Behavior?Chinese Firms' Fixed Capital Investment 2002-2016."
2:15 p.m. - Trong Ngo, University of Economics, HCMC, Vietnam, "Bank Efficiency in Vietnam: Do Scale Expansion Strategies and Non-performing Loans Matter?"
3:00 p.m. - Coffee Break
4:15 p.m. - Sarah Lynne Daway-Ducanes, University of the Philippines, "Financial Market Development as a Source of Manufacturing Growth."
5:00 p.m. - End
2017 Conference Presentations
- Keynote Address | Thomas M. Hoenig, Vice Chairman of FDIC
- "Cross-Border Spillovers from Mutual Fund Activity" | Luis Brandao-Marques, IMF (with Marco Espinosa-Vega, IMF and OFR)
- "The Shifting Drivers of Global Liquidity" | Linda Goldberg, NY Fed
- "Bondholder Reorganization of Systemically Important Financial Institutions" | Steve Gjerstad, Chapman University
- "Stock Votality and the Great Depression" | Marc Weidenmier, Claremont McKenna (with Gustavo S. Cortes, U. of Illinois)
- "Sources of Systemic Risk: Preliminary Table Setting" | Edward Kane, Boston College
- "Sources of Systemic Risk" | James Barth, Auburn University
- "Sources of Systemic Risk" | Phillippe Jorion, PAAMCO and UCI
- Watch the 2017 Keynote Address Video
2017 Conference Papers
- "Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining: Fast Trading, Microwave Connectivity and Trading Costs." | Konstantin Sokolov, Rochester Institute of Technology
- "A Theory of Endogenous Asset Sales, Bank Runs and Contagion." | Kebin Ma, Warwick Business School
- "Risk-insensitive Regulation." | Alexander Bleck, University of British Columbia
- "Did the Basel Process of Capital Regulation Enhance the Resiliency of European Banks?" | Thomas Gehrig, University of Vienna