EFMA

European Financial Management Association
2002 Annual Meetings
June 26-29, 2002
London, England


Ph.D. Announcements

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European Financial Management Doctoral Student Seminar
June 27, 2001, Lugano, Switzerland

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    Dear Colleague:

    As part of the European Financial Management Association 2002 annual meetings, the European Financial Management journal will organize its 4th annual seminar for advanced Finance Doctoral Students who are currently working on their dissertation. This one-day seminar is expected to be very valuable for the students who are interested to keep up with the recent developments in the finance literature and interact with leading scholars of the finance profession. Past participants include Professors Michael. C. Jensen, Hayne Leland, Martin Gruber, Richard Roll, Geert Rouwenhorst, Mark Rubinstein, Kent Daniel and Steve Ross among others. Less than 20 students will be accepted to the program. All participating students will receive a Certificate of Participation.

    To apply, a student (or his/her faculty advisor) should fill out the attached form and attach (2) copies of a five-to-seven-page dissertation proposal or abstract and send the material to me before December 20, 2001. All applications will be reviewed and invitations will be extended to student participants by January 30, 2002.

    The program's format will consist of workshops featuring distinguished members of the finance profession, discussing corporate finance, asset pricing market micro-structure, international finance, and financial institutions and intermediation, plus aspects of academic publishing and career development. An informal luncheon will follow the workshops. Small groups of students and tutors will be formed to discuss each student's dissertation topic, methodology and intended contribution. At the end of the day we will have a reception with all participants.

    I hope that you will bring this to the attention of your students and that you will select an applicant from your Ph.D. program.

    Sincerely,

    John Doukas
    E-mail: jdoukas@odu.edu
    Fax: (757) 683-5639