Category Archives: NYU Stern

Professor Ian Bremmer Explains the Evolution and Costs of Cyber Warfare

The following is an excerpt from an recent op-ed by Professor Ian Bremmer published in TIME: Hackers aren’t only in the game to damage governments—sometimes good old-fashioned robbery is enough. The FBI had to notify over 3,000 U.S. companies that … Continue reading

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China’s International Growth Agenda by Prof. Michael Spence

The following is an excerpt from a recent Project Syndicate article by NYU Stern Professor and Nobel laureate Michael Spence: For most of the past 35 years, China’s policymakers have set their focus on the domestic economy, with reforms designed … Continue reading

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The Liquidity Time Bomb by Prof. Nouriel Roubini

The following is an excerpt from Project Syndicate: A paradox has emerged in the financial markets of the advanced economies since the 2008 global financial crisis. Unconventional monetary policies have created a massive overhang of liquidity. But a series of … Continue reading

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3 Questions for NYU Stern Prof. David Yermack on Digital Currencies

David Yermack is the Albert Fingerhut Professor of Finance and Business Transformation at the NYU Stern School of Business and is the Director of the NYU Pollack Center for Law and Business. He is co-instructor for the NYU course on … Continue reading

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Prof. Ian Bremmer Discusses an Opened Cuba

In a recent opinion editorial on Time, Global Research Professor Ian Bremmer discussed the economic benefits of opening Cuba to international business. Now that Cuba has been removed from the list of nations that sponsor terrorism, several industries will have … Continue reading

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Class of 2015 Abu Dhabi Module Featured on NYU Stern Homepage

NYU recently featured the MSRM Class of 2015′s Global and Sovereign Risk Module in Abu Dhabi on the NYU Stern homepage! The feature, as part of a series titled Tales in Possible, discussed the courses, global location, and guest speakers of … Continue reading

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Prof. Holger Mueller Examines Corporate Debt on Bloomberg Business

MSRM Professor Holger Mueller’s research on corporate debt was featured in an article by Bloomberg Business, titled “Your Company’s Big Appetite For Debt May Be Dangerous To Your Job.” The article discusses the conclusions made by Prof. Mueller and Xavier Giroud of … Continue reading

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MSRM Alum Andrew Koh to Speak at Cards and Payments Asia 2015 Conference & More

Andrew Koh, an alum of the Class of 2010 MS in Risk Management Program and the Class of 2008 MS in Global Finance Program, is scheduled to speak at several prestigious conferences this Spring. On April 22nd and 23rd, Andrew … Continue reading

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Prof. Viral Acharya Speaks at Brookings Event on the Federal Reserve

On March 2nd, MSRM Professor Viral Acharya spoke about the conflict between the Federal Reserve’s independence in making monetary policies and its expanding role as guardian of financial stability. The talk took place at a Brookings event as part of a … Continue reading

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Economists Need to Analyze and Explain, Don’t Prognosticate by Dean Peter Henry

The following is an excerpt from an op-ed published in the New York Times, written by NYU Stern Dean Peter Henry: Because the economics profession failed to predict the financial crisis in advanced nations, critics claim that economists have little … Continue reading

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