Conference on the Use and Misuse of Stock Price
Hosted by the Millstein Center and IRRC Institute, the Conference on the Use and Misuse of Stock Price took place on Friday, September 19, 2014, from 9:00AM-5:30PM at Columbia Law School in New York City.
The conference featured presentations of selected papers from the IRRCi and Millstein Center 2013 Call for Papers, "The Purpose, Use and Potential Misuse of Stock Prices in the Public Equity Market", along with academic and practitioner responses:
- “Market Efficiency and the Development of the Market for Corporate Control” by Brian Cheffins (Cambridge) and John Armour (Oxford)
- “Market Predators” by Lauren H. Cohen (Harvard), Karl Diether (Brigham Young), Dong Lou (LSE) and Christopher Malloy (Harvard)
- "Managerial Learning from Stock Prices: A Structural Examination" by Itay Goldstein (Wharton) and Andrew Di Wu (Wharton)
- “The Potential Use of Sustainability Scenarios as a Supplement to Stock Price in Equity Valuation by Long-term Investors” by Steve Lydenberg (Domini Social Investments; Initiative for Responsible Investment, Harvard)
For information on the conference, please click on the links below.