2103FI01

Empirical Corporate Finance

The course is intended as an introduction to research in empirical corporate finance and covers both corporate finance topics as well as methods with a strong emphasis on endogeneity and identification. The general objective of the course is to present some of the most influential work in corporate finance. We will put a particular emphasis on current research, which uses state-of–the–art empirical methods. This course will provide students with a toolbox and working knowledge of cross-sectional and panel data empirical methods for use in corporate finance research. The course also aims to encourage students to explore interesting research questions in corporate finance. Finally, students will learn how to think about empirical research (questions) critically. 
 

Date of event:

March 19 - March 22, 2021
 

Location:

University of Münster
School of Business and Economics
Universitätsstr. 14- 16
48143 Münster

 

Note that part of the course or the entire course may switch to an online class in case the coronavirus situation does not allow physical classes or if travel restrictions apply.

Prof. Dr. Christoph Schneider
University of Münster

Prof. Dr. Markus Schmid
Universität St. Gallen

Registration:

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Registration Deadline: February 14, 2021