International College of Economics and Finance

Research Visit of Thomas Noe to ICEF

May 19-25, 2013 Ernest Butten Professor Thomas Noe (Saïd Business School, Oxford University) made a research visit to ICEF >>

May 19-25, 2013 Professor Thomas Noe (Saïd Business School, Oxford University) made a research visit to ICEF.

Thomas Noe is the Ernest Butten Professor of Management Studies at the Saïd Business School, Oxford University, and an expert on corporate finance and corporate governance.  His work has influenced the way companies are financed through the issuance of securities, contributed to the way we analyse systemic risk for firms, and provoked a re-evaluation of the way senior managers are compensated.

He is one of the 20 most prolific researchers in leading finance journals since the turn of the century, with his research appearing in journals such as the American Economic Review, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Economic Studies, and Review of Financial Studies. Currently, he is a co-editor of the Journal of Economics and Management Strategy.  He has served on numerous panels, programme committees, and editorial boards, including the board of the Review of Financial Studies. 

During  his visit to the College Thomas Noe met with ICEF full-time academics to discuss their research, and held two public lectures for ICEF teachers and students.
Topics of lectures: «Exectuive compensation and corporate democracy» and «Dynamic contracting models».

On May 23, Thomas Noe presented his paper on «Blood and Money: Kin altruism, governance, and inheritance in the family firm» at the ICEF research seminar. ICEF students showed great interest in the seminar and lectures of the professor:  lectures of such a high level help to understand the material, to expand scientific horizons that ultimately provide additional opportunities for getting high-quality education.