Aurore Burietz

Aurore Burietz
IESEG School of Management · Finance

Ph.D.

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28
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Additional affiliations
September 2016 - present
IESEG School of Management
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
March 2016 - March 2016
University of Oxford
Position
  • MacroHist Summer School
Description
  • Instructor: Elias Dinas, Professor (University of Oxford)
June 2015 - June 2015
Sciences Po Paris
Position
  • MacroHist Summer School
Description
  • Instructor: Magali Marx, Economist (Banque de France and Sciences Po Adjunct Professor)
Education
January 2011 - February 2015
September 2007 - August 2008
McGill University
Field of study
  • Finance
September 2005 - December 2010
IESEG School of Management
Field of study
  • Finance

Publications

Publications (28)
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Research suggests that women are more discouraged from applying for a loan than men. Using cross-country data, we find that discouragement prevails only among woman-led firms with a higher share of woman owners, challenging the trend to promote gender diversity.
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We investigate the effectiveness of the bank lending channel, that is, whether, and if so how, the accommodative monetary policies of the European Central Bank (ECB) mitigated the disruption in bank lending between 2008 and 2014. We show that both standard and non-standard measures of the ECB's accommodating monetary policy alleviated banks' fundin...
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Between 2010 and 2012 and with bank stability as the ultimate target, five European countries implemented a tax levy on banks' liabilities thereby decreasing the cost of equity relative to the cost of debt. Using a difference-in-differences approach we assess the impact of this tax levy on banks' participation in the syndicated loan market. We furt...
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We investigate the existence of calendar effect in corporate lending decisions. We show that the loan amount granted by banks significantly varies across months. We find a positive effect of quarter-end and year-end months on the loan amount. We attribute these effects to trade loading behavior, according to which banks would inflate granted loans...
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In 2005, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) have been legally adopted by listed firms to facilitate the harmonization of accounting practices. However, IFRS remain an option for non-listed firms in some countries. We investigate whether European privately held firms can raise more debt when they voluntarily report their consolidated...
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In 2005, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) have been legally adopted by listed firms to facilitate the harmonization of accounting practices. However, IFRS remain an option for non-listed firms in some countries. We investigate whether European privately held firms can raise more debt when they voluntarily report their consolidated...
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This paper empirically investigates banks’ lending and the extent to which they are influenced by specific preferences in terms of geographical location and industry. We study whether banks develop a field of expertise and focus on it, or whether they prefer to grant loans quite evenly among countries and industries. We manually built an original d...
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According to the syndicated loan pricing puzzle (Carey and Nini, 2007) interest rates charged to corporate borrowers are lower in Europe than in the U.S. Our investigation suggests that controlling for region-specific credit ratings makes the Europe–U.S. gap insignificant, and solves the puzzle. We speculate that the puzzle originates from the lack...
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In March 2012 Greece pressured its private creditors into agreeing a 53% write-off of its privately-held debt, amounting to €100 billion. Using a game theory approach, we determine whether debt reduction was optimal in reducing the probability of default. We estimate the costs associated with the reduction as well as the potential risks and costs o...
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The objective of this dissertation is to study both the causes that explain the collapse of Lehman Brothers leading to the subprime crisis and its consequences for two different agents, i.e. banks and sovereigns, using several original empirical approaches. We set forth that the subprime crisis found its origins in the combination of a real estate...
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titre>Résumé Entre 2000 et 2002, la Réserve Fédérale Américaine a procédé à des réductions significatives de son taux directeur. Ces diminutions, couplées à des facteurs économiques externes ainsi qu’à des pratiques financières innovantes ont considérablement influencé le comportement des investisseurs. Cet article propose une analyse des causes fi...
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Between 2000 and 2002, the American Federal Open Market Committee has strongly decreased its target rate. This decrease, associated with external economic factors as well as innovative financial practices has influenced investors’ behaviour. In this paper, we analyze the financial causes of the subprime crisis, in comparison with the American S&Ls...

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