KWEN seminars

September 29 Wednesday Title: The Value of Competitor Information: Evidence from a Field Experiment Presenter: Hyunjin Kim (INSEAD) Discussant: Andrea Szabo (University of Houston)

Macro Group Seminar September

Macro VSS Title: "Downward Nominal Wage Rigidity, Fixed Exchange Rate, and Unemployment: The Case of Dollarization with a Binding Minimum Wage" Speaker: JaeBin Ahn (SNU) 8:00 PM EDT, Thursday, September 30 (9:00 AM Friday in Korea) Zoom link: Meeting ID: 924 0183 2083 Passcode: 471252

KAEA-VSS Empirical Macro-Finance

Our next seminar will be on October 7 Thursday at 8pm EST (9am KST next day). Below is the information for the seminar and Zoom link. Program Title: Learning Through Social Networks: How Foreign Workers Optimize FinTech Usage for Remittance Presenter: Hyun-Soo Choi (KAIST) Zoom link to the seminar:

KAEA Applied Micro Seminar

Title: High-Skill Immigration, Offshoring R&D, and Firm Dynamics Speaker: Eunhee Lee (University of Maryland, College Park, Time: Oct 14, 2021 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) / Oct 15, 9:00 AM KST Zoom Link

KWEN seminars

Program  Title: “Tax Incidence and Optimal Taxation with General Equilibrium Effects and Transition" Presenter: Yena Park (at SNU) Discussant: Kyung-woo Lee (at Yonsei University) When: 8pm in Eastern time on 10/27 Wednesday (9am in Korea time next day) The virtual seminar will be placed at: Meeting ID: 925 0129 0114 Passcode: 05879608


KAEA Macro VSS Thursday, Oct 28, 8:00 PM EDT (Friday 9 AM in Korea) Speaker: Soojin Kim (Georgia State) Title: Automation and Earnings Risk Meeting ID: 967 4150 8175 Passcode: 527729

KAEA-VSS Empirical Macro-Finance

Program Title: Exotic funds and the cross-section of stock returns Presenter: Soohun Kim (KAIST) Abstract : Investment strategies of active funds vary in their reliance on characteristics versus exotic stock selection rules. We propose a simple machine learning methodology for estimating a strategy's reliance on characteristics or exotic selections. We find stocks held by funds with more […]

Microeconometrics Group Seminar November 18, 2021

Title: Inside the mind of expected stock returns Presenter: Byoung-Hyoun Hwang (Nanyang Technological University) Abstract:  We consider buy recommendations written on stocks with firm characteristics that prior literature shows predict low returns. We conduct textual analysis and test whether the justifications provided in the buy recommendations are most congruent with a risk framework, investor exuberance, or preference […]

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