Adam Smith Workshop
Adam Smith Workshop Spring 2023
20th and 21st April 2023
Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Submission deadline: 21st November 2022
Submit papers at:
Call for Papers
You are invited to submit papers for the Adam Smith Workshop for Spring 2023. The workshop will take place over two days on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st April 2023. The workshop will be hosted by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1HP. There will be a conference dinner on Thursday 20th April. At this time, we are planning for an in-person conference (with no online option unless the Covid situation changes drastically).
The workshop will consider papers in all areas of finance, including Asset Pricing, Behavioral Finance, Corporate Finance, Financial Intermediation, Household Finance, and International Finance.
As in previous years, papers will be presented in two parallel streams, one labeled Asset Pricing (AP) and the other Corporate Finance (CF). There will also be one joint session with papers that are of interest to researchers in both Asset Pricing and Corporate Finance.
Submission deadline and procedure:
The submission deadline is Monday 21st November 2022 (midnight GMT).
There is a submission fee of GBP 70.
When submitting your PDF, there is no need to remove author information from the cover page.
Your paper should be submitted at: https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/events/adam-smith-workshop-2023
Depending on whether you wish your paper to be considered for the Asset Pricing or Corporate Finance stream, please name the PDF file as:
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