- MSRM Class of 2014 Capstone Group Featured on the NYU Stern Homepage!
- Video: Professors Viral Acharya and Ingo Walter Discuss the MSRM Program
- MSRM Class of 2015 Opens the Amsterdam Stock Exchange!
- Understanding the Russian Sanctions by Roy C. Smith and Ingo Walter
- Subsidizing Mortgage Debt Does More Harm Than Good by Prof. Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh
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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Presented by Hersh Shefrin, Professor of Finance at Santa Clara University, Faculty member Master of Science in Risk Management Program at NYU Stern. Based on the joint work with Enrico Cervellanti, University of Bologna this presentation will cover a behavioral … Continue reading
Professor Matt Richardson says stress tests should have been more severe to identify which banks would present big risk to the overall financial system. U.S. bank investors may have been rewarded with an extra $22billion annually after government tests showed … Continue reading
Professors Jennifer Carpenter and Ingo Walter have published a new op-ed in the Financial Times. Nothing about the financial crisis has done more to outrage the public and fuel reform than the drumbeat of bankers’ pay announcements. Pay levels at … Continue reading
Banks, ratings agencies, insurance companies, policy makers and regulators are a few of the actors grappling with questions surrounding the balance between market discipline and market regulation in controlling conflicts of interest and reputational capital. Professor Ingo Walter will talk … Continue reading