Events

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24 April 2019

Gin and Topic Talks: Are Financial Markets Too Male? by Professor Dan Ladley

After the last financial crisis politicians, regulators and the media blamed some of the huge losses on the “Wolf of Wall Street” culture of financial trading. This excessively masculine environment was fuelled by testosterone – the hormone that effects our willingness to take risks. Whilst for our ancestors this governed fight or flight, for traders it determines their willingness to speculate in the market. Higher levels mean bigger gambles. In this talk I discuss how changing the gender balance in financial markets would effect risk and the likelihood of crashes along with how the bonus culture of financial trading may make change difficult.

Time: 6.00pm - 6.30pm

Venue: Tonne, 1-3 St Martins, Leicester LE1 5DG

Register: The event is free to attend, however pre-booking is required.

7 June 2019

Better Reviews, Better Papers, Better Community

Through a combination of instructional talks and small group cliniques, participants will have an opportunity to significantly improve their manuscripts, develop their reviewing skills, and gain a familiarity and confidence in dealing with the editorial and peer-review process.

Time: 9.00am - 4.00pm

Venue: Seminar Room 526, Ken Edwards Building, University of Leicester

Register: The event is free to attend however pre-booking is required.

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School of Business
University of Leicester
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Leicester
LE1 7RH

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