Monthly Archives: November 2012

Robert Engle on CNBC Discusses Systemic Risk in the Global Economy

NYU Stern Professor Robert Engle, 2003 Nobel Laureate in Economics, discusses why Japan poses the biggest systemic risk to the global economy. Engle argues that the Fiscal Cliff is not the only problem for the US economy, but the looming … Continue reading

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The Year of Betting Conservatively

NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini writes in Gulf News that the despite the upswing in global equity markets this past summer, the eurozone recession, a slow-growing  US economy and sluggish emerging market economies will contribute to stalled global growth in … Continue reading

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Risk Management Student Alex Rubinstein Makes Costa Rica’s 40 Under 40 List

NYU Stern Master of Science in Risk Management student Alex Rubinstein made El Financierio’s 40 Under 40 List. The leading business newspaper in Costa Rica highlights the work of innovative and renowned entrepreneurs and visionaries. Alex works at BAC San José, the largest … Continue reading

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NYU Stern Professors Make Foreign Policy’s Top 100 Global Thinkers List

NYU Stern Professors Nouriel Roubini, Paul Romer and Jonathan Haidt were listed by Foreign Policy as among the Top 100 Global Thinkers of our time. In their Top 100 list, “Foreign Policy presents a unique portrait of 2012’s global marketplace … Continue reading

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Webinar: “The Future of Global Banking”

NYU Stern Finance Professor Roy Smith will present “The Future of Global Banking,” a complimentary webinar on Tuesday December 4 at 11am EST. The webinar will address the cyclical, structural and reputational problems of the world’s largest banks after the … Continue reading

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