We are pleased to invite you to the next Baltic Economic Association Online Research Seminars and are delighted to welcome Ronald Masulis (UNSW School of Business, University of New South Wales). Ron is the Scientia Professor of Finance and AGSM Scholar at the UNSW Business School, University of New South Wales. Ron received his MBA and PhD from the University of Chicago. His published research spans financial institutions, market microstructure, international finance, venture capital, law and economics and corporate governance topics such as mergers and acquisitions, boards of directors, executive compensation, ownership structure and business groups. Among financial economists worldwide, he has one of the highest sustained rates of top tier publications and frequency of citations across a range of top finance journals and the Journal of Accounting and Economics and Journal of Law and Economics.
Speaker: Ronald Masulis (UNSW School of Business, University of New South Wales).
More about the speaker: https://sites.google.com/site/ronmasulis
Title: Influential Independent Directors’ Reputation Incentives: Impacts on CEO Compensation Contracts and Financial Reporting (with Shawn Mobbs).
Date: Thursday, January 26
Time: 10:00 Vilnius, Riga, Tallinn
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Meeting ID: 842 9000 6375
We are pleased to announce the 1st Baltic Central Banks Invited Lecture Series and Conference. The inaugural lecture will be given by Elhanan Helpman. The lecture’s topic is “Frontiers of International Trade” and will cover key elements of modern international trade, including the roles of firm heterogeneity, multinational corporations, and global supply chains.
The lecture is intended for researchers, both at policy institutions and universities, and advanced-level PhD students.
Lectures will be combined with a conference. We welcome paper submissions on topics which overlaps with lecture’s topic i.e., international trade, including the roles of firm heterogeneity, multinational corporations, and global supply chains. Acceptance decision will be made by a joint committee consisting of representatives of the central banks of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.
Please note that attending lectures and paper presentations are mutually exclusive i.e. lecture attendees do not necessarily have to present paper, and vice versa.
Details of the lecture and the conference are as follows:
- Lecture: May 17, 2023 (4 hours) and May 18, 2023 (4 hours)
- Conference: May 19, 2023
There are no registration fees for lectures or conference. Lunch and dinner costs are covered by organizers. Traveling and accommodation costs are not covered.
Submissions: Please send your submissions by March 1, 2023 to Ms. Laima Štulaitė (LStulaite@lb.lt).
- If you are applying for lectures, please attach your CV.
- If you are applying for the conference, please attach your paper.
- If you want to attend both, please attach both CV and paper, and mention it clearly in your email.
Acceptance decisions will be sent by March 15, 2023.
Event location: The event will be in the beautiful old town of Vilnius, capital of Lithuania. More information here: https://www.govilnius.lt/visit-vilnius