The Hawkes Centre for Empirical Finance at Swansea University was established in 2013 and contains members of the Accounting and Finance group with expertise in a range of areas of financial research. The research centre is named after Swansea University emeritus professor, Alan Hawkes, who developed the Hawkes process which has found widespread application in quantitative finance. Current research interests include corporate finance and governance, sustainable finance, ESG, climate risk, credit default swap, banking, green innovations, directors' network, time series etc
- Muath Mohammed Binhowaimel
- Duc Trung Do
- Modawi Fadoul
- Edward Mak
- Badir Miftah
- Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed Mohammed
- Yimin Wan
- Tianyi Wang
Dr Maggie Chen - Cardiff University
Workshop on Empirical issues in Sustainability and Sustainable Finance
Hawkes Centre for Empirical Finance, Swansea University School of Management.
28th September, 2022
Swansea University School of Management, Bay Campus and online via Zoom.
The Hawkes Centre for Empirical Finance at Swansea University welcomes you to a one-day Workshop on Empirical issues in Sustainability and Sustainable Finance where we discuss the latest developments and issues in sustainable finance.
Opening Speech: Dr Hafiz Hoque, Swansea University (Director of Hawkes Centre for Empirical Finance).
Keynote Speaker: Professor Roni Michaely
Professor of Finance and Entrepreneurship at The University of Hong Kong
Market Manipulation and ESG Violations,
Douglas Cumming, Florida Atlantic University (Speaker),
Shan Ji, Macquarie University,
Monika Tarsalewska, University of Exeter Business School
Corporate Social Responsibility and Firm Survival: Evidence from the Climate and Pandemic Crises
Thomas Chemmanur, Boston College,
Dimitrios Gounopoulos, University of Bath (speaker),
Panagiotis Koutroumpis, Queen Mary University,
Yu Zhang, University College Dublin.
Real effects of climate policy: Financial constraints and spillovers
Söhnke M. Bartram, University of Warwick, Warwick Business School, Finance Group, and Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR).
Kewei Hou, The Ohio State University.
Sehoon Kim, University of Florida, Warrington College of Business.
Are ESG Ratings Informative About Companies’ Socially Responsible Behaviors Abroad? Evidence from the Russian Invasion of Ukraine,
Daniyal Ahmed, Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP,
Elizabeth Demers, School of Accounting and Finance, University of Waterloo (Speaker)
Jurian Hendrikse, Tilburg School of Economics and Management, Tilburg University
Philip Joos, Tilburg School of Economics and Management and TIAS School for Business and Society, Tilburg University.
Baruch Lev, Stern School of Business, New York University.
Information Content of Social Responsibility Index Recomposition: A Synthetic Portfolio Approach.
Charlie X Cai, Liverpool University
Wanling Rudkin, Swansea University (Speaker).
The Externalities of Mandatory ESG Disclosure
Yi Jiang, Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen)
Ya Kang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hao Liang, Singapore Management University (Speaker).
George Yong Yang, Chinese University of Hong Kong