- Subsidizing Mortgage Debt Does More Harm Than Good by Prof. Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh
- Nobel Laureate and Professor Robert Engle on VaR, Systemic Risk, and Liquidity
- “The ‘Greatest’ Carry Trade Ever? Understanding Eurozone Bank Risks” by Professor Viral Acharya
- Getting Serious About Sanctions-Busting Banks by Professors Ingo Walter and Roy Smith
- Are Major Banks Really Too Big to Jail?
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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Professor Edward Altman discusses the future of Italy’s membership in the European Union on Bloomberg.
MSRM Class of 2011 alum and Director of StratLink Global, LLC, Konstantin Makarov is quoted in a press release on the expansion of the company’s services to Nairobi, Kenya. Press Release via MSNBC: International Business Advisory Consulting Group Brings Global … Continue reading
In a video uploaded by WOBI, NYU Stern Professor of Economics Nouriel Roubini addresses the future of the Eurozone. He outlines two distinct scenarios for the region: Eurozone leaders could encourage further fiscal and political integration, or they may invoke … Continue reading
NYU Stern Finance & Economics professors have co-authored a new op-ed in the Huffington Post. In “The Euro Exit,” Tom Cooley, Matt Richardson and Kim Schoenholz explore history to analyze the crisis that Europe would ensue in the event of … Continue reading
In “Berlin is Ignoring the Lessons of the 1930s,” NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini and Harvard Professor Niall Ferguson argue that Germany’s history is affecting recapitalization measures for the Eurozone’s troubled banks. Excerpt from Financial Times We fear that the … Continue reading
A paper coauthored by MSRM professor Anthony Saunders of NYU Stern, Nadia Massoud of York University, Debarshi Nandy of Brandeis University and Keke Song of Dalhousie University won the Fama-DFA Second Prize for Capital Markets and Asset Pricing. This award … Continue reading