- “The End of Market Discipline? Investor Expectations of Implicit Government Guarantees” by Professor Viral Acharya
- Master of Science in Risk Management to Host Module at NYU Abu Dhabi
- 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!
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Monthly Archives: October 2011
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
The Economist discusses the work of Nobel Laureates Thomas Sargent of NYU Stern and Christopher Sims of Princeton University. Macroeconomists are widely disparaged for getting most things wrong, but really it is a wonder that they know anything at all. … Continue reading
A Greek default could trigger a global economic shock on the scale of that suffered after Lehman Brother Holdings Inc.’s 2008 failure, said Nouriel Roubini, NYU Stern Professor of Economics and International Business and chairman and co-founder of Roubini Global … Continue reading
Professor Zur Shapira is quoted in the Wall Street Journal on purchasing multiple insurance policies. In this age of hurricanes, tsunamis, market crashes and banking crises, it isn’t any wonder that people are feeling insecure. Companies are responding by rolling … Continue reading
New York University Economics Professor Thomas Sargent, known for work on coordinating monetary and fiscal policy, stabilizing inflation, and fighting unemployment, has been awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in Economics. Sargent is one of the world’s leaders in modern economics, … Continue reading