Seminar Series

Utah Valley University: Woodbury School of Business:

Finance and Economics Department Seminar Series — 2016-2017

Date and location

Presenter

Topic

Affiliation

Oct. 14th
WB 238

Daniel Moncayo

Loopholes: Optimal Income Taxation with Tax Avoidance

BYU Economics Department

Oct. 28th
WB 238

Craig Israelsen

Preparing for Retirement: Simple Guidelines for Everyone

PFP Department

Nov. 4th
WB 238

Amir Kia

Monetary Policy Transparency in a Forward-Looking Market: Evidence from the United States

Economics Department

Dec. 2nd
WB 238

Abdus Samad

Can CAMEL Explain Commercial Bank Efficiency? Evidence from Bangladesh Private Sector Banking

Economics Department

Jan. 13th
WB 238

Gary Mercado

On Nonparametric EWMA Control Chart Based on Linear Rank Statistics

Economics Department

Jan. 27th
WB 238

Luke Dean

Impact of investments in human capital on outcomes for divorced women

PFP Department

Feb. 10th
WB 238

Laura Ricaldi

Financial Technology and Credit Card Use

PFP Department

Feb. 24th
WB 238

Andre Oliveira

Testing the earnings differential hypothesis using Mexican migration data

Economics Department

Mar. 10th
WB 238

Iván Mendieta-Muñoz

"Monetary policy and the quality of capital in the US economy".

University of Utah Economics Department

Mar. 31st
WB 238

Keira Sun

Volatility Spread and Stock Price Crash Risk

Finance Department

Apr. 14th
WB 238

Rachel Bi

The Efficacy of Robo Advisors

PFP Department