3rd CeFARR/Cass Business School and University of Cyprus conference on analyst research
Date and venue: Friday, 11th September 2020
Theme: Recent developments in sell-side and buy-side analyst research
The Centre for Financial Analysis and Reporting Research (CeFARR) at Cass Business School and the Department of Accounting and Finance of the University of Cyprus invite paper submissions for their conference on recent developments in sell-side and buy-side analyst research.
This one-day conference brings together academics and finance professionals to create a dynamic environment to facilitate knowledge exchange between academia and practice. The conference will feature academic presentations and sessions by industry professionals from the City of London. Each academic paper presentation will have a discussant, and all presentations will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience.
Keynote speech: Professor Lakshmanan (Shiva) Shivakumar, Lord David Sainsbury of Turville Professor, Professor of Accounting, London Business School.
Hosts: Cass Business School, City, University of London is ranked 2nd among all business schools in London according to the 2018 Financial Times European Business School ranking.
The department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Cyprus ranks among the top in Finance and Accounting research world-wide and in the top 40 schools in Europe, based on the rankings of Arizona State University and Brigham Young University respectively.
Location: Cass Business School, Executive Education Suite, 200 Aldersgate, London. The Executive Education Suite is in the City of London, London's financial centre, and close to the London Stock Exchange, Bank of England, St Paul's Cathedral, Museum of London, Millennium Bridge, Tate and Shakespeare's Globe. Other London attractions are accessible in minutes by the underground.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:
Please send your paper in pdf format to email@example.com
with the subject "3rd CeFARR/Cass Business School and University of Cyprus Conference". Only full-length papers in English will be considered. Submissions by early-career researchers, including doctoral students, are encouraged.
Submission deadline is 20th May 2020. Authors will be notified by 10th June.
GRANTS: PhD students will be offered travel grants: £150 within the UK and £250 outside the UK. Please indicate in your submission if you want to be considered for the travel grant.
Organizers: Dr Pawel Bilinski and Prof Irene Karamanou
Centre for Financial Analysis and Reporting Research
Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8TZ