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On June 8, 2007, the Heilbrunn Center and the value investing department at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto held the second annual "Value Investing Academic and Practitioner Research Consortium.
Heilbrunn Director Bruce Greenwald spoke at the annual research consortium in June 2007.
The Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing at Columbia Business School and the Value Investing department at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto are committed to improving the theory and practice of investing.
To that end, the two institutions have established a committee of leading finance academics and investing professionals to continue to build bridges between theorists and practitioners.
The mission of this ‘research consortium’ is to generate a research agenda that will complement and advance research already done by value investing pioneers such as Ben Graham and David Dodd and modern day academics.
Our annual meetings are designed to discuss and jointly develop research in the context of that agenda.
The consortium will consist of academics from various Universities and research practitioners from value investing firms. The group will convene once a year to:
Share insight and discuss trends in the investment industry and security analysis
Present research to the group
Brainstorm ideas to add to the research agenda