Category Archives: Sovereign Risk

RSVP Today to the Risk Management Symposium 2014

We cordially invite you to attend the second Annual Risk Management Symposium here at NYU Stern. Please join us and other senior business professionals for this opportunity to hear from a number of faculty members and practitioners who will share … Continue reading

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The Changing Face of Global Risk

The following is a Project Syndicate excerpt from an op-ed written by NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini on Project Syndicate: The world’s economic, financial, and geopolitical risks are shifting. Some risks now have a lower probability – even if they … Continue reading

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Professor Viral Acharya’s Research on Stress-Testing European Banks is Cited

The following is an excerpt from the Financial Times entitled “Europe Should Say No to a Flawed Banking Union” by Wolfgang Münchau: There are two classes of compromise in political life. In the first, your ultimate aim is sweeping change, … Continue reading

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Professor Nouriel Roubini Discusses Political Uncertainty in Emerging Markets

The following is an op-ed titled “Emerging-Market Risk and Reward” by NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini: One definition of an emerging-market economy is that its political risks are higher, and its policy credibility lower, than in advanced economies. After the … Continue reading

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Professor Viral Acharya on China’s Debt Fueled Growth Slowdown

 

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NYU Stern Prof. Nouriel Roubini on Emerging Markets

The following is an excerpt from CNBC: While the “Fragile Five” – India, Indonesia, Brazil, Turkey and South Africa – have been among the hardest hit amid the turmoil in emerging markets, famed economist Nouriel Roubini says the threat of … Continue reading

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Professor Viral Acharya’s Research on European Banks is Highlighted

The following is an excerpt from Bloomberg News: European banks have a capital shortfall of as much as 767 billion euros ($1 trillion) before the European Central Bank’s probe into the financial health of the region’s lenders, according to a … Continue reading

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Falling Short of Expectations? Stress-Testing the European Banking System

The following is a study written by Professor Viral Acharya: The Single Supervisory Mechanism – a key pillar of the Eurozone banking union – will transfer supervision of Europe’s largest banks to the ECB. Before taking over this role, the … Continue reading

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NYU Stern Profs. Cooley and Schoenholtz on a European Deflation Strategy

Professor Tom Cooley, former NYU Stern Dean, and Professor Kim Schoenholtz co-authored the op-ed below on CNBC titled “Europe needs a credible deflation strategy.” The great promise of the European common currency was that a single disciplined central bank could … Continue reading

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Professor Nouriel Roubini on the global growth in 2014

NEW YORK – The global economy had another difficult year in 2013. The advanced economies’ below-trend growth continued, with output rising at an average annual rate of about 1%, while many emerging markets experienced a slowdown to below-trend 4.8% growth. … Continue reading

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