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 Organizations, Management and Groups (OMG) Seminar Series 

Hosted by the College of Business the OMG Seminar Series is an interactive, cross-, multi-, inter- and trans-disciplinary campus seminar series for faculty and graduate students from across the university with an interest in organizations, management and groups and related topics.

Our presentations will be a mix of visiting speakers and researchers based at SBU. Meetings, unless otherwise noted on the schedule below, will run from 11:00 to 12:30 pm on the following Fridays in Harriman Hall Room 304.  We hope to see you at an upcoming seminar!

To subscribe to an email list for talk reminders, and to learn of any scheduling changes, please email the word “subscribe” to OMG@stonybrook.edu.

To find out more about the series, or to schedule a talk, please email julia.bear@stonybrook.edu.

 


 

Spring 2017 Schedule

 

Date

Presenter/Affiliation

Talk Title

Location

March 10

Melissa Cardon

Pace University

 

Team Entrepreneurial Passion (TEP): A
conceptual model and early empirical evidence

Harriman 304

March 24

Stephen Zaccaro

George Mason University

Leadership Dynamics in Multiteam Systems:  Implications for Facilitating Innovation  Harriman 304

April 7

Adam Galinsky

Columbia University

DISCriminability: A Theoretical Model for Understanding the Conceptual Distinctions between Statistically Correlated and Conceptually Connected Variables

Harriman 304

April 21  

Richard Chan

Stony Brook University

 

 TBD  Harriman 304

April 28

Jiyin Cao

Stony Brook University

TBD

Harriman 304

April 28

Tess Robertson

Stony Brook University

TBD

Harriman 304

 

Fall 2016 Schedule

 

Date

Presenter/Affiliation

Talk Title

Location

September 23

Don Siegel

University at Albany

 

Assessing the Impact of Organizational Justice on Academic Entrepreneurship

 

Harriman 304

October 7

Keli Xiao

Stony Brook University

 Exploiting Expert Opinions for Price Shocks Prediction  Harriman 304

October 14

talk begins at 10:30 am

Christopher Courtney

University at Buffalo

Resolving Information Asymmetry: Signaling and Crowdfunding Success

Harriman 304

October 28  

Katsunobu Sasanuma

Stony Brook University

 

 TBD  Harriman 304

November 18

Dr. Eliza Reilly

Executive Director

National Center for Science and Civic Engagement

Using Complex Civic Challenges to Enhance Student Learning in Business, the Arts, and Humanities

Harriman 304

December 2

Adar Eisenbruch

University of California, Santa Barbara

Biological Markets and the Ecological Rationality of Human Economic Decision-Making
 

Harriman 304

 

Fall 2015 - Spring 2016 Schedule

 

Date

Presenter/Affiliation

Talk Title

Location

November 13

Matt Statler

New York University 

 

Humanities and Arts in Management Education

 

Harriman 304

February 5

Nathan Pettit

New York University

Dynamic Status Hierarchy: Dysfunctional Consequences and Lay Theories 

Harriman 304

February 26

Jens Mazei

TU Dortmund University, Germany

TBD

Harriman 304

April 29

Gavin Kilduff 
New York University 

The Psychology of Rivalry

Frey 317

May 6

Michael Kraus
Yale University 
 

Sign of Social Class

Harriman 304

 

Spring 2015 Schedule

 

Date

Presenter/Affiliation

Talk Title

Location

February 6

Michael Vitevitch

University of Kansas

 

Characteristics of Words Influence More Than Just Language Processing

 

Wang 102

March 6

Colin Fisher

Boston University

How Helping Happens: Rhythms of Help in Creative Team Projects

Harriman 304

April 3

Shige Oishi

University of Virginia

A Socio-Ecological Approach to Culture and Psychology

Wang 102

April 17

Ko Kuwabara

Columbia University 

Implicit Theories of Networking: Effects of Lay Beliefs on Attitudes and Engagement toward Instrumental Networking

Wang 102

May 1

Sam Hunter

Pennsylvania State University  

Innovation isn’t Easy: Why Leadership (and a Few Other Things) Matter

Wang 102

 


 

 

Finance Area Research (FAR) Seminar Series 

Hosted by College of Business the FAR seminar series is organized for faculty and graduate students with an interest in finance. The topics cover research carried out by the finance faculty at College of Business in diverse areas such as asset pricing, behavioral finance, banking and regulations, financial econometrics, and portfolio theory.

Meetings unless otherwise noted on the schedule below will run from 1:00 to 2:30 pm on the following Thursdays in Harriman Hall Room 304. The seminar is open to anyone interested in the announced topics.

Should you have any questions, please email stoyan.stoyanov@stonybrook.edu.

 

Fall 2017 Schedule

 

Date

Presenter

Talk Title

Location

 

September 14

 

Stoyan Stoyanov

 

Assessing Model Risk in Portfolio Construction

 

 

Harriman 304

 

September 28

 

Aaron Kim

 

First Passage Time for Tempered Stable Process and Its Application to Perpetual American Option and Barrier Option Pricing

 

Harriman 304

 

 

October 5

 

Lin Peng; Baruch College, CUNY 

 

Investor Attention: Endogenous Allocations, Clientele Effects, and Asset Pricing Implications

 

Harriman 304

 

 

October 19

 

Stephen Brown; Monash University and Stern School of Business, NYU 

 

Sensation-Seeking Hedge Funds

 

Harriman 304

 

 

November 2

 

 

Gokhan Torna

 

Private Equity Investments in US Banks

 

Harriman 304

 

November 16

 

Zhenyu Wang; Kelly School of Business, Indiana University

 

 

TBA

 

Harriman 304

 

 

December 7

 

Scott Murray; J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University

 

TBA

 

Harriman 304

 

 
 
Fall 2016 Schedule

Date

Presenter

Talk Title

Location

 

September 13

 

Aaron Kim

 

The First Hitting Time of Levy Process and its Application to Barrier Option Pricing

 

 

Harriman 304

 

September 27

 

Keli (Andrew) Xiao

 

Weather Effect on The Stock Market Volatility

 

Harriman 304

 

 

October 11

 

Danliing Jiang

 

Mood Beta and Seasonalities in Stock Returns

 

Harriman 304

 

 

October 25

 

Stoyan Stoyanov

 

Semi-parametric Models for Risk Assessment

 

Harriman 304

 

 

November 8

 

 

Gokhan Torna

 

Market-Risk Based Capital Requirements, Trading Activity,
and Bank Risk

 

Harriman 304

 

November 22

 

Baolian Wang
Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University

 

 

TBA

 

Harriman 304

 

 

December 6

 

Zari Rachev

 

TBA

 

Harriman 304

 

 

 

Spring 2016 Schedule

Date

Presenter

Talk Title

Location

 

January 28

 

Stoyan Stoyanov

 

Model risk in linear factor models under temporal aggregation

 

Harriman 304

 

 

February 11

 

Aaron Kim

 

On a fractional Levy process for option pricing

 

Harriman 304

 

 

February 18

 

Stoyan Stoyanov

 

Defensive portfolio construction using EVT-based VaR

 

Harriman 304

 

 

March 10

 

Aaron Kim

 

Structural breaks and market crashes in finance

 

Harriman 304

 

 

March 24

 

Gokhan Torna

 

Anticipating loss from Proxy Contests

 

Harriman 304

 

 

April 7

 

Keli (Andrew) Xiao

 

Sentiment analysis and market efficiency

 

Harriman 304

 

 

April 14

 

Sergio Focardi

 

Modern Money Theory and endogenous money supply

 

Harriman 304

 

 

May 5

 

Dmytro Holod

 

Internal Capital Markets in Banking

 

Harriman 304

 

 

 

Center for Finance Seminar Series

The Center for Finance at Stony Brook University organizes a research seminar series for faculty and graduate students interested in the intersection of finance, business, economics, computer science, and applied mathematics. The Center for Finance will also invite renowned scientist from other universities or professionals to present their own research.

Meetings will run on a bi-weekly basis from 1:00pm to 3:00pm on the following Thursdays in the Harriman Hall Room 304 unless otherwise noted. The seminar is open to anyone interested in the announced topics.

To find out more about the series, or to schedule a talk, please email stoyan.stoyanov@stonybrook.edu.

 

Spring 2016 Schedule

Date

Presenter

Talk Title

Location

 

March 3

 

Stoyan Stoyanov

 

Measuring linear model risk under temporal aggregation

 

Harriman 304

 

 

March 17

 

 

Aaron Kim

 

A semimartingale approximation to fractional Levy

processes for option pricing

 

 

Harriman 304

 

March 31

 

Zari Rachev

 

Option Pricing with Informed Investors

 

Harriman 304

 

 

April 21*

 

Kyoung Jin Choi

 

Endogenous Credit Constraints and Household

Portfolio Choices

 

 

Harriman 304

 

April 28

 

Raphael Douady

 

Polymodels in Finance

 

Harriman 304

 

 

 * Talk time 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.

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