Stanford GSB faculty hold occasional conferences.
- AccountingWrittenThis conference will be held on August 20 – 21, 2020, online via video conferencing.
- FinanceWrittenOnline & By Invitation Only | This event will be held August 29 – 31, 2020, and will bring together 30 PhD students from schools worldwide for a workshop on big data research in international macro-finance.
View conference organizers, speakers, and presentations for past conferences held at Stanford GSB.
Hosted by Stanford Graduate School of Business and Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research
Evolutionary Perspectives on Strategy Conference brought together scholars from various disciplines who share a common interest in understanding strategic management through an evolutionary lens.
Entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and researchers from economics and allied fields gathered with the goal of advancing technology-driven business and research that will benefit those in the bottom 50% of the income distribution in the U.S.
This conference facilitates the dissemination of research, networking, and collaboration among junior faculty working on financial regulation, financial intermediation, and banking.
Participants will discuss state-of-the-art market shaping techniques, areas ripe for market shaping intervention, and set the market shaping research agenda moving forward.
A two-day event that celebrated Margaret A. Neale’s career and contributions to organizational behavior.
The conference brought together recent Stanford PhD graduates — who are now junior faculty in marketing departments — to present their work, provide them with feedback on their presentations, and further initiate discussion and thought to improve quantitative marketing research among the Stanford community.
This conference focused on disclosure theory and theory-driven empirical work, with the aim of bridging the divide between theory and empirics.
This conference sought to understand the role that economic theory plays in helping us identify empirically the causes and consequences of information in capital market research.
A conference that brought together leading scholars and graduate students who conduct experimental research in political science and other social sciences.