Welcome to the website of the New Zealand Finance Colloquium
The New Zealand Finance Colloquium was an initiative introduced in 1996 to promote the discussion, dissemination and development of finance related research within New Zealand. The colloquium is an annual event organised and held at universities throughout the country.
Submission for the 2014 Colloquium is now open.
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2014 New Zealand Finance Colloquium
The 2014 conference will be hosted by the Department of Finance at the Auckland University of Technology on the 13th and 14th of February 2014. The Colloquium will be preceded by a PhD Symposium on 12 February.
2013 Prize Winners
The 2013 colloquium was hosted by Department of Accountancy and Finance, University of Otago. The event also included a PhD Symposium.
The following prizes were awarded:
PhD Symposium Awards
- The Centre for Finance Services and Markets (Massey) - best PhD student paper ($750)
Financial Advice and Asset Allocation
Annie Zhang, Auckland University of Technology
NZ Finance Colloquium Awards
- INFINZ - best paper in investment ($1,000)
Ben Jacobsen, Massey University
Frans De Roon, Tilburg University
- Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment - best paper in Capital Market ($1,000)
Drained by DRIPS: The Hidden Cost of Buying on the Dividend Pay Date
Henk Berkman, University of Auckland
Paul Koch, University of Kansas
- ISCR - best paper in financial regulation ($1,000)
How do Knockout Options Affect Irreversible Investment Decisions and the Design of an Efficient Investment Tax Credit
Jyh-Bang (George) Jou, National Taiwan University.
Tan (Charlene) Lee, University of Auckland
- The New Zealand Centre for Personal Financial Education Prize for Financial Literacy (Massey) - ($1,000)
Credit Cards, Excess Debt and the Time Value of Money: The Parable of the Debt Banana
Timothy Crack, University of Otago
Helen Roberts, University of Otago