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List of Presentations
Konari Uchida Last modified date:2019.05.24

Professor / Fields in Economic Analysis and Policy / Department of Economic Engineering / Faculty of Economics


Presentations
1. Sean McGinty, Konari Uchida, What Roles Proxy Advisors Play: Evidence from International Comparison, Western Economic Association International, 2019.03, [URL].
2. Jeffrey Coles, Konari Uchida, Power of tournament incentives: Evidence from Japanese corporate boards, Financial Management Association, 2018.10, [URL].
3. Jeffrey Coles, Konari Uchida, Power of tournament incentives: Evidence from Japanese corporate boards, Asian Finance Association, 2018.06.
4. Jeffrey Coles, Konari Uchida, Power of tournament incentives: Evidence from Japanese corporate boards, University of Hawaii, Finance Seminar, 2018.04.
5. Konari Uchida, Market Timing in Private Placements of Equity., University of Rhode Island Finance Seminar, 2017.10, [URL].
6. Konari Uchida, Market Timing in Private Placements of Equity , Financial Management Association, 2017.10.
7. Konari Uchida, Are Future Capital Gain Opportunities Important in the Market for CorporateControl? Evidence from China, Darla Moore School of Business - Hitotsubashi University Second International Conference on Corporate Finance: Governments, Corporate Governance and Corporate Policies, 2017.08, [URL].
8. Konari Uchida, Institutional Investors, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Stock Price Performance, Asian Finance Association, 2017.07, [URL].
9. Konari Uchida, Are future capital gain opportunities important in the market for corporate control? Evidence from China, INCAS Annual Conference 2017, 2017.05, [URL].
10. Konari Uchida, Institutional Investors, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Stock Price Performance, 26th NBER-TCER-CEPR Conference /東大・設研共同主催シンポジウム, 2016.12, [URL].
11. Konari Uchida, Market Timing in Private Placements of Equity, 日本経営財務研究学会第40回全国大会, 2016.10.
12. Konari Uchida, Corporate Governance, CSR and Performance, JSPS Core-to-Core Program workshop INCAS-2nd workshop “Understanding Institutional Change in Asia: A comparative perspective with Europe”, 2016.09, [URL].
13. Zhang Yuyang, Konari Uchida, External financing and earnings management: Evidence from international data, Asian Finance Association, 2015.06, [URL].
14. Konari Uchida, Are Future Capital Gain Opportunities Important in the Market for Corporate Control? Evidence from China, Midwest Finance Association, 2015.03, [URL].
15. Shinya Shinozaki, Hiroshi Moriyasu, Konari Uchida, Why Firms Adopt Good Governance Practices? Evidence from Stock Option Adoptions in Japan, Asian Finance Association, 2014.06, ストックオプションは日本ではそれほど多く利用されていない。その中において、役員及びarms-length な投資家(安定株主・支配株主)の持株比率が大きい企業ほどストックオプションを採用する確率が高い(低い)。ストックオプション導入企業は導入前後において同業企業に比べて独立取締役を多く採用しており、配当を多く支払う傾向にある。これらの結果は、ストックオプション導入企業は、arms-length な株主からの好ましいコーポレートガバナンス採用の要求に答えるためにストックオプションを導入しており、同時に他の面でも好ましいガバナンス慣行に従おうとしていることを示している。近年の日本の株式市場では、arms-length な株主、安定株主、支配株主が混在しており、そのことがストックオプションがある程度採用されつつも、広くは採用されないという状況を生み出している。.
16. Shinya Shinozaki, Konari Uchida, Ownership Structure, Tax Regime, and Dividend Smoothing: International Evidence, Financial Management Association, 2014.10.
17. Shinya Shinozaki, Konari Uchida, Ownership Structure, Tax Regime, and Dividend Smoothing: International Evidence, Asian Finance Association, 2014.06.
18. Yue Sun, Konari Uchida, Strategic investments of bank-affiliated venture capital: Evidence from Japan, Southwestern Finance Association, 2014.03, [URL].
19. Shinya Shinozaki, Hiroshi Moriyasu, Konari Uchida, Stock option grants under pressure for good governance, 1st Paris Financial Management Conference, 2013.12, [URL].
20. Dong Liping, Uchida Konari, Hou Xiaohong, Block trade targets in China, Midwest Finance Association, 2013.03.
21. Shinozaki Shinya, Uchida Konari, Ownership structure, tax regime, and dividend smoothing: International evidence, Midwest Finance Association, 2013.03.
22. How do stock options create shareholder value? Evidence from Japan.
23. Dong Liping, Uchida Konari, Hou Xiaohong, Block trade targets in China, The 25th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, 2012.12.
24. Dong Liping, Uchida Konari, Hou Xiaohong, Block trade targets in China, The 20th Conference on Theories and Practices of Securities and Financial Markets, 2012.12.
25. Strategic investments of bank-affiliated venture capitalists: Evidence from Japan.
26. The dark side of independent venture capitalists: Evidence from Japan.
27. Corporate governance, investor protection and earnings management: New international evidence.
28. Do stock option grants induce managerial risk taking? Evidence from Japan , [URL].
29. Do stock option grants induce managerial risk taking? Evidence from Japan , [URL].
30. Deposit financing and bank loan supply during the global financial crisis: Evidence from Japan, [URL].
31. Do stock option grants induce managerial risk taking? Evidence from Japan, [URL].
32. The Dark Side of Independent Venture Capitalists: Evidence from Japan , [URL].
33. Capital structure and earnings management of IPO companies: Evidence from China, [URL].
34. The Dark Side of Independent Venture Capitalists: Evidence from Japan , [URL].
35. Stock Option Grants and Managerial Risk Taking: Evidence from Japanese Intraday Stock Return Data .
36. Stock Option Grants and Managerial Risk Taking: Evidence from Japanese Intraday Stock Return Data .
37. Stock Option Grants and Managerial Risk Taking: Evidence from Japanese Intraday Stock Return Data
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38. Bank soundness, stock return, and loan supply during the financial crisis: Evidence from Japan, [URL].
39. Do stock option rewards increase dividend payments? New evidence from Japan, [URL].
40. Corporate governance and firm value during the global financial crisis: Evidence from China, [URL].
41. Long-term stock performance of IPOs in regulative environments: Evidence from China, [URL].
42. Bank soundness, stock return, and loan supply during the global financial crisis: Evidence from Japan, [URL].
43. Do Stock Option Rewards Increase Dividend Payments? New Evidence from Japan.
44. Stock Option Grants and Managerial Risk Taking: Evidence from Japanese Intraday Stock Return Data.
45. Do stock option rewards increase dividend payments? New evidence from Japan.
46. State control and long-term stock performance of Chinese IPOs, [URL].
47. Corporate governance and firm value during the global financial crisis: Evidence from China, [URL].
48. Internal corporate governance mechanisms and foreign investors: Evidence from Japanese IPO firms, [URL].
49. State control and long-term stock performance of Chinese IPOs, [URL].
50. Corporate governance and firm value during the global financial crisis: Evidence from China, [URL].
51. Corporate governance reforms in Japan: Empirical evidence.
52. Do independent boards effectively monitor management? Evidence from Japan during the financial crisis.
53. Do independent boards effectively monitor management? Evidence from Japan during the financial crisis.
54. How does regulation affect corporate governance structures?.
55. Do stock option rewards increase dividend payments? New evidence from Japan, [URL].
56. Corporate governance and foreign investors: Evidence from Japanese IPOs, [URL].
57. Do stock option rewards increase dividend payments? New evidence from Japan.
58. Corporate governance and foreign investors: Evidence from Japan.
59. Is corporate governance important for regulated firms' shareholders? Evidence from Japanese mergers and acquisitions, [URL].
60. Reduction in bank ownership and firm performance: Evidence from Japan, [URL].
61. Is corporate governance important for regulated firms' shareholders? Evidence from Japanese mergers and acquisitions.
62. Does board downsizing increase shareholder value? Evidence from Japan.
63. Corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions.
64. Why do Japanese firms downsize boards? .
65. Does regulation serve as a corporate governance device? Evidence from Japanese mergers and acquisitions.
66. Why do companies downsize boards? Evidence from Japan.
67. How do banks resolve firms' financial distress? Evidence from Japan.