Graduate Seminars

(Last updated in: 08/06/2020 - 9:41pm)

Coordinators: 

Prof. Rafael Goldszmidt Prof. Ricardo Lopes Cardoso Prof. Robert Gregory Michener
3rd Quarter, 2020
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
July, 22 Abhishek Borah 
INSEAD
When Veblen Meets Big Data: A Search-Based Index of Brand Conspicuousness
July, 29 Gustavo Moreira 
IFRJ
Blowing the Whistle in Brazil: The Prevalence of Wrongdoing, Whistleblowing, Retaliation and the Role of Gender
Aug, 12 Mauro Guillen 
Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania 
Research Opportunities in a Pandemic
Aug, 26 David Schoenherr 
Princeton University
To be confirmed
Sept, 16 Carmelo Cennamo 
Copenhagen Business School
To be confirmed
Sept, 23 Antonio Pedro Ramos 
UCLA
To be confirmed
1st Semester | 2020
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Jan, 29 Rafael Schiozer – FGV EAESP Bank loan forbearance: evidence from a million restructured loans
Feb, 05 Bernardo de Oliveira Guerra Ricca – INSPER Procurement payment periods and political contributions: evidence from Brazilian municipalities
Feb, 12 Evelyn Brodkin – University of Chicago Toward Understanding the State at the Street: How Street-Level Organizations Matter.
Mar, 04 Patricio Valenzuela – University of Chile Sovereign Credit Risk, Financial Fragility, and Global Factors
Mar, 11 Vinicius Carrasco – PUC-Rio Robustness in Mechanism Design
May, 20 Urszula Lagowska – FGV EBAPE Close Enough to Make a Difference? The Differential Effects of Authentic and Ethical Leadership on Alleviating Social Identity Threat
May, 27 Weichao Wang – FGV EBAPE Banks’ Balance Sheet Management as a Bargaining Tool: Evidence from Union Strikes
June, 03 Claudio Meilman Ferreira – FGV EBAPE The Heterogeneous Effects of Temporary Deferrals on Donation Behavior in Brazil
June, 10 Sandro Cabral – INSPER The Resource-Based Paradox Of Impact-Oriented Strategies:  A Study In The Context Of Microcredit
June, 17 Marco Bonomo – INSPER Labor Market Effects of a Credit Crunch

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