Lower tax rate, greater state capacity: a rationalizing tax reform and famine relief in 18th century China
Economics Seminar（2018-09）Topic: Lower tax rate, greater state capacity: a rationalizing tax reform and famine relief in 18th century ChinaSpeaker: Hao Yu, Peking UniversityTime: Tuesday,April24, 13:30-15:00p.mPlace: Room217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:A prominent theme that figures in the Great Divergence debate pertains to the sharp differences in fiscal capacity between Europe and China...
Call for Papers and Participants Accounting and Business Research Special Issue Conference on ‘Auditing in China’
Call for Papers and ParticipantsAccounting and Business ResearchSpecial Issue Conference on ‘Auditing in China’8-9 December, 2018Beijing, China Conference Paper Submission Deadline:1 October 2018Keynote Speaker:Professor Mark DeFond is the A. N. Mosich Chair of Accounting, Leventhal School of Accounting, University of Southern California. His research investigates issues in auditing, internat...
Manufacturer’s Entry in the Product-Sharing Market
Marketing Seminar（2018-04）Topic:Manufacturer’s Entry in the Product-Sharing MarketSpeaker:Lin Tian, Assistant Professor of Marketing, College of Business, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.Time:Wednesday, 25 April, 13:30-15:00Location:Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:Mobile communications technologies and online platforms have enabled large-scale consumer-to-consumer (C2C) sh...
Treatment Allocations Based on Multi-Armed Bandit Strategies
Statistics Seminar（2018-04）Topic: Treatment Allocations Based on Multi-Armed Bandit StrategiesSpeaker: Yuhong Yang, School of Statistics, University of MinnesotaTime: Thursday, April 19,14:00-15:00Place: Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:In practice of medicine, multiple treatments are often available to treat individual patients. The task of identifying the best treatment for a specific ...
“Only the Interested Learn” – Proactive Learning of Product Reviews
Marketing Seminar（2018-02）Topic: “Only the Interested Learn” –Proactive Learning of Product ReviewsSpeaker: Liye Ma, Associate Professor of Marketing, the University of Maryland, College ParkTime: Wednesday, 11 April, 13:30-15:00Location: Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:We develop a sequential learning model to analyze how consumers proactively acquire product quality information thr...
Motivated False Memory
Economics Seminar（2018-07）Topic: Motivated False MemorySpeaker: Zhao Xiaojian,Chinese University of Hong Kong( shenzhen)Time: Tuesday,April3, 13:30-15:00p.mPlace: Room217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:People often forget and sometimes fantasize. This paper reportsa large-scale experiment on memory errors and their relation to preferential traits including time preference, attitudes toward ri...
Case studies on functional control charts and atmospheric profiles uncertainty
Statistics Seminar（2018-03） Topic: Case studies on functional control charts and atmospheric profiles uncertaintySpeaker: Alessandro Fassò, University of Bergamo, ItalyTime: Thursday, March 29, 15:15-16:15Place: Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:In the last decade, the analysis of data that are not vectors but functional objects is having an increasing spread in modern statistics, which h...
Forecasting security’s volatility using low-frequency and high-frequency historical data and option-implied information
Statistics Seminar（2018-02）Topic: Forecasting security’s volatility using low-frequency and high-frequency historical data and option-implied informationSpeaker: Xiangyu Cui, Shanghai University of Finance and EconomicsTime: Thursday, March 22,14:00-15:00Place: Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:Low-frequency historical data, high-frequency historical data and option data are three major ...
Displaying Things in Common to Encourage Friendship Formation:A Large Randomized Field Experiment
Management Science and Information Systems' Seminar（2018-01）Topic:Displaying Things in Common to Encourage Friendship Formation:A Large Randomized Field ExperimentSpeaker:Tianshu Sun,USC Marshall School of BusinessTime:Thursday, March 22th, 13:30--15:00Place:Room K01, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:Friendship formation among different people is of central importance to online social networks s...
Understanding Analysts’ Use of Macroeconomic News
Accounting Seminar（2018-03）Topic:Understanding Analysts’ Use of Macroeconomic NewsSpeaker:Frank Zhang，Yale UniversityTime:Wednesday, March 21th, 10:00-11:30 a.mPlace:Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:We investigate analysts’ use of macroeconomic news in their earnings forecasts. We find that analysts use but underreact to macroeconomic news in their forecasts. The inefficiency can be a...