University of Macau, Faculty of Business Administration

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FBA Seminar – Interface of statistics, computing, and data science

Faculty of Business Administration   Copycats: how smart companies use imitation to gain a strategic edge   Xiaoming Huo Georgia Institute of Technology     Abstract Inference (aka predictive modeling) is in the core of many data science problems. Traditional approaches could be either statistically or computationally efficient, however not [...]

2019-06-10T11:20:10+08:00June 10th, 2019|

FBA Seminar – Copycats: how smart companies use imitation to gain a strategic edge

Faculty of Business Administration   Copycats: how smart companies use imitation to gain a strategic edge   Oded Shenkar Ford Motor Company Chair in Global Business Management, Fisher College of Business The Ohio State University     Abstract Contrary to conventional wisdom, imitation often generates a better economic return than [...]

2019-06-10T10:50:42+08:00June 10th, 2019|

FBA Seminar – A new multivariate Laplace distribution based on the mixture of normal distributions

Faculty of Business Administration   Do Banks Price Director Reputation? Evidence from Corporate Financial Frauds   Guo-Liang TIAN Professor of Statistics Department of Mathematics Southern University of Science and Technology     Abstract In this paper, we propose a new multivariate Laplace distribution from normal variance mixture models, called as [...]

2019-05-30T17:51:17+08:00May 30th, 2019|

FBA Seminar – Do Banks Price Director Reputation? Evidence from Corporate Financial Frauds

Faculty of Business Administration   Do Banks Price Director Reputation? Evidence from Corporate Financial Frauds   Prof. In-Mu Haw Professor of Accounting Texas Christian University     Abstract Using corporate financial fraud as a shock to the reputation of directors with multiple directorships, we find that bank lenders charge significantly [...]

2019-05-30T17:42:31+08:00May 30th, 2019|

FBA Seminar Series – Carrot or stick? Testing lender information sharing hypotheses

Faculty of Business Administration   Carrot or stick? Testing lender information sharing hypotheses   Prof. Xiumin Martin Washington University in St. Louis     Abstract We examine the effect of lender credit reporting on borrowers’ loan take-up and default decision. In a pair of natural field experiments at an online [...]

2019-05-22T17:30:58+08:00May 22nd, 2019|

FBA Seminar Series – Institutional complexity and global strategies by emerging market MNEs

Faculty of Business Administration   Institutional complexity and global strategies by emerging market MNEs   Prof. Yadong LUO Emery M. Findley Distinguished Chair and professor of management University of Miami     Abstract In this presentation I’ll submit my thoughts on how to better define institutional complexity that characterizes emerging [...]

2019-05-22T16:44:32+08:00May 22nd, 2019|

FBA Seminar Series – When will the trickle-down effect of abusive supervision be alleviated? The roles of power distance and traditional cultures

Faculty of Business Administration   When will the trickle-down effect of abusive supervision be alleviated? The roles of power distance and traditional cultures   Dr. Alice HON Associate Professor School of Hotel & Tourism Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University   Abstract Recent studies are increasingly interested in the dark [...]

2019-05-22T16:38:15+08:00May 22nd, 2019|

FBA Seminar Series – On Time and frequency-varying Okun’s Coefficient: A new approach based on empirical mode decomposition

Faculty of Business Administration   On Time and frequency-varying Okun’s Coefficient: A new approach based on empirical mode decomposition   Prof. Myeong Jun Kim Assistant Professor School of Economics and Commerce of South China University of Technology     Abstract This study revisits the time-varying Okun’s law, using U.S. data [...]

2019-05-20T11:46:54+08:00May 20th, 2019|

FBA Seminar Series – An Empirical Assessment of Characteristics and Optimal Portfolios by Prof. Huacheng ZHANG

Faculty of Business Administration   An Empirical Assessment of Characteristics and Optimal Portfolios   Prof. Huacheng ZHANG Associate Professor of Finance Institute of Financial Studies of Southwestern University of Finance and Economics     Abstract We empirically link measurable characteristics to CRRA investors’ first-order conditions. We mitigate overfitting with a loss [...]

2019-05-20T11:20:46+08:00May 20th, 2019|

FBA Seminar Series – The currency composition of international reserves, demand for international reserves, and global safe assets

Faculty of Business Administration FBE   The currency composition of international reserves, demand for international reserves, and global safe assets   Professor Joshua Aizenman Robert R. and Katheryn A. Dockson Chair in Economics and International Relations University of Southern California, USA     Abstract This paper examines determinants of the [...]

2019-05-20T11:12:15+08:00May 20th, 2019|