- Professor Nouriel Roubini Discusses Political Uncertainty in Emerging Markets
- Professor Viral Acharya on China’s Debt Fueled Growth Slowdown
- Professor Ingo Walter’s Research on Investment Management Technology is Highlighted
- Webinar: Does Risk Management Matter to Shareholders? An Analysis of the Value of Risk Management
- Inflation Risk Premium Implied by Options
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
In a Financial Times op-ed, NYU Stern Professors Thomas Sargent and William Silber discuss the US Federal Reserve’s announcement that it would publish views on future interest rates. They explore the potential damages that the Fed may incur in this … Continue reading
Professor Robert Engle’s full speech at the European Colloquia 2011 is now available. The Conference was organized by the I.S.E.O Institute.
In an interview with The Deal, Professor Edward Altman comments on the worst case scenario for Europe: a Greek default with contagion to neighboring countries. Video via Vimeo: Europe’s worst-case scenario from The Deal on Vimeo.
In a new op-ed, NYU Stern Economists Thomas Cooley and Kim Schoenholtz discuss the regulation of money market funds. Historically, the US government guarantee of money market fund liabilities created moral hazard for banks and led to widespread systemic risk. … Continue reading
Professor Nouriel Roubini addresses the implications of restructuring Greek debt in an oped in the Financial Times. Despite the official sector’s traditional seniority of Greek debt, private creditors will benefit from the debt restructuring. Excerpt from the Financial Times: Even … Continue reading
We are proud to announce that the NYU Stern Finance Department is the top finance department in the world, according to the Financial Times. Full list from the Financial Times: Top Ten in Finance 1. New York University: Stern 2. … Continue reading