The Deutsche Bank Lecture 2003: European Banking Integration: where do we stand?

Professor Xavier Freixas is President of the European Finance Association and Director of the Center for Financial Economics Research of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona.  He is a past Houblon Norman Fellow of the Bank of England and Visiting Fellow of the London School of Economics, a CEPR Research Fellow, Consultant to the World Bank, and Associate Editor of Journal of Financial Intermediation and Journal of Financial Services Research. His most recent book (with Jean-Charles Rochet) is The Micro-Economics of Banking.


The Clarendon Finance Lectures 2003: Understanding Financial Crises 

Professor Franklin Allen, Nippon Life Professor of Finance and Co-Director of the Financial Institutions Center at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, gained his DPhil from Oxford (Nuffield College). He is a past President of the American Finance Association, of the Western Finance Association, and of the Society for Financial Studies, and has also been editor of the Review of Financial Studies. His most recent book (with Douglas Gale) is 'Comparing Financial Systems'. 



Bubbles and Crises: POWERPOINT SLIDES


The Clarendon Finance Lectures 2002

Professor Michael Brennan, Irwin and Goldyne Hearsh Professor of Banking and Finance at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Professor of Finance at the London Business School. Titles:
bullet Trade and Information
bulletStructural Uncertainty and Portfolio Strategy
bulletInformation and Valuation


The Nomura Lecture 2002

  Professor George C. Papanicolaou, Robert Grimmett Professor in Mathematics at the University of Stanford, California, and co-author of 'Derivatives in financial markets with stochastic volatility' (CUP, 2000). Title:


Finding, measuring and using mean reversion in financial data'


The Deutsche Bank Lecture 2002: European Financial Integration Professor Bruno Biais, Professor of Finance, Université de Toulouse I and Fellow of the Institut Universitaire de France: Title:
bulletIntegration and competition in European stock markets