Register for the Jan. 18th WEFI Lecture by Kate Waldock
A bi-weekly, virtual workshop featuring research in entrepreneurial finance and innovation. Papers will be both invited and solicited with a call for papers. The next workshop takes place on Zoom in Fall 2020. The WEFI organizers are Michael Ewens, Yael Hochberg, Song Ma and David Robinson.
40 minute presentation (Zoom webinar)
15 minute invited discussion
10 min moderated Q&A (collect questions during presentations)
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WEFI Lecture Series
Topic: "Bankruptcy of the Small Firm"
Presenter: Kate Waldock (Columbia Law School)
Student-led Workshop on Entrepreneurial Finance and Innovation
"A Valuation Model of Venture Capital-Backed Companies with Multiple Financing Rounds" (pdf)
Presenter: Will Gornall (UBC)
WEFI Lecture Series Topic: "Experimentation and the Innovative Entrepreneur"
Presenter: Ramana Nanda (Imperial College)
WEFI Lecture SeriesTopic: Behavioral Economics and Entrepreneurship
Presenter: David Robinson (Duke)
WEFI seminar TBA
WEFI Lecture Series Topic: Raising Capital beyond Venture Capital
Presenter: Yael Hochberg (Rice)
WEFI Seminar: "Fencing Off Silicon Valley: Cross-Border Venture Capital and Technology Spillovers"
Presenter: Yulia Zhestkova (Chicago)
Panel discussionTopic: New Frontiers in Entrepreneurial Finance Research
WEFI Seminar: "Learning from Errors in Entrepreneurship"
Presenter: Camille Hebert (Toronto)
Creation or Extraction: The Role of Private Equity
Private vs. Public Firms
Interactions Between Startups and Incumbents
The Risk and Return of Private Equity
Gender, Race and Entrepreneurship
"Mistake-based Discrimination in Early-stage Finance"
"Innovation under Ambiguity and Risk"
"Patents to Products: Product Innovation and Firm Dynamics"
Women in Science: Lesson from the Baby Boom
Small Business Survival Capabilities and Policy Effectiveness
AI and High-Skilled Work: Evidence from Analysts
Value without Employment
Research Subsidy Spillovers, Two Ways
Labor and Product Market Effects of Automation
Do VCs Stifle Competition?