Risk at Stern: V-Lab
The Stern Volatility Institute (V-Lab) provides real time measurement, modeling and forecasting of financial volatility, correlations and risk for a wide spectrum of assets.
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Category Archives: Behavioral Finance
In a recent opinion editorial on Strategy + Business, NYU Stern Global Research Professor Ian Bremmer discussed how businesses can succeed in a time of geopolitical turbulence and an uncertain economic future. Professor Bremmer explained three strategies for decision making that … Continue reading
Excerpt – Making strategic investment decisions is not a task that should be taken haphazardly. Managers and MBA students spend time studying appropriate decision criteria such as net present value (NPV) to aid in making profit-maximizing decisions. However, in discussing investment … Continue reading
MSRM Class of 2014 student, Dante Disparte compares the structural balancing act between risk management in finance versus the manufacturing context in a recent article titled, “3D Risk Management: A Survivorship Framework.” Dante currently serves as the managing director of … Continue reading
NYU Stern professors Zur Shapira and Elizabeth Boyle coauthored “The Liability of Leading: Battling Aspiration and Survival Goals in the Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions,” which appears in the September issue of Organizational Science. By studying the decisions of Jeopardy contestants, … Continue reading