Summer Conference 2023

Jun 12 - Jun 13, 2023

Stockholm School of Economics, University in Stockholm, Sweden

The next summer meeting of the FTG will be jointly sponsored by the Stockholm School of Economics and the Swedish House of Finance, organized by Alvin Chen, Vincent Maurin, Marcus Opp, and Jan Starmans. It will be held June 12-13, 2023, at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sveavägen 65 Stockholm. (The meeting takes place after the FIRS Conference in Vancouver and the Paul Woolley Conference in London.)

The event is open to non-FTG members. Please note that if you are not an FTG member, your registration is subject to approval by the conference organizers.  Since space is likely to be limited, we encourage you to register as soon as possible.

The conference will start in the morning of Monday, June 12, and end in late afternoon of Tuesday, June 13.

Preliminary Conference Program

Monday, June 12

08:00-08:30: Registration and Coffee

08:30-11:30: Market Power

08:30-09:30: Stock ups, Stockouts, and the Role for Strategic Reserves, Brett Green, Cyrus Mevorach, and Curtis Taylor

09:30-10:00: Market Power in the Securities Lending Market, Shuaiyu Chen, Ron Kaniel, and Christian C. Opp

10:00-10:30: Coffee Break

10:30-11:30: Free Entry in a Cournot Market with Overlapping Ownership, Xavier Vives, and Orestis Vravosinos

11:30-13:00: Lunch

13:00-16:00: Contracting and Regulation

13:00-13:30: Optimal Timing of Policy Interventions in Troubled Banks, Philip Koenig, Paul Mayer, and David Pothier

13:30-14:30: Worker Runs, Florian Hoffmann and Vladimir Vladimirov

14:30-15:30: Coffee Break

​​​​​​​15:00-16:00: Too Much, Too Soon, for Too Long: The Dynamics of Competitive Executive Compensation, Gilles Chemla, Alejandro Rivera, and Liyan Shi

18:00-22:00: Small Group Dinners

Tuesday, June 13

08:30-10:00: Trading

08:30-09:30: Activist Manipulation Dynamics, Doruk Cetemen, Gonzalo Cisternas, Aaron Kolb, and S. Viswanathan

09:30-10:00: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Feedback and Welfare When Hedgers Can Acquire Information, Jacques Olivier

10:00-10:30: Coffee Break

10:30-12:30: Intermediation 1

10:30-11:30: Emission Caps and Investment in Green Technologies, Bruno Biais and Augustin Landier

11:30-12:30: Market Information in Banking Supervision: The Role of Stress Test Design, Haina Ding, Alexander Guembel, and Alessio Ozanne

12:30-14:00: Lunch

14:00-16:00: Intermediation 2

14:00-15:00: Lending and Monitoring: Big Tech vs. Banks, Matthieu Bouvard, Catherine Casamatta, and Rui Xiong

15:00-16:00: Banks vs. Firms: Who Benefits from Credit Guarantees?, Alberto Martin, Sergio Mayordomo, and Victoria Vanasco

16:00-16:30: Coffee and Adjournment


There are many hotels close to the university (i.e.,  Sveavägen 65), e.g., Hotel Birger Jarl and Hotel Miss Clara The city center or central train station is within walking distance, too.

The Meeting Organizers,

Alvin Chen, Vincent Maurin, Marcus Opp, and Jan Starmans