The RFS-IU Conference - The Causes and Consequences of Recent Financial Market Bubbles
ISDEX, an authoritative and widely cited internet stock index, rose from 100 in January 1996 to 1100 in February 2000 – an incredible increase of about 1000% in four years – only to fall down to 600 in May 2000 – an incredible decrease of about 45% in four months. Amongst big rises and falls in the history of stock market prices, this episode ranks amongst the most spectacular. The RFS-IU conference focuses on these recent financial market bubbles. It aims to address the following three questions: - Was it a bubble? (How do you define bubbles ex-ante? Can you even define bubbles ex-post?) - What caused it? (Investors? Managers? Financial advisors? Government policies? Media? Academics?) - Did it matter? (Any real effects?) The answers to these three research questions touch upon all subdisciplines of finance – asset pricing, corporate finance, market microstructure, behavioral finance, international finance, law and finance, and real estate finance.
|Event dates:||2005-08-12 – 2005-08-13|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2005-04-30|
|Conference venue:||Bloomington, Indiana|
|Classification:||G1 - General Financial Markets|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|
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