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“Guaranteed to Fail” by NYU Stern Professors Makes American Banker’s Summer Reading List

Excerpt from American Banker: “This book alleges that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were run as the largest hedge fund on the planet. The four authors, all professors at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University, … Continue reading

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NYU Stern’s Cooley, Richardson & Schoenholtz on the Euro Exit

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

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A New NYU Stern Research Paper Addresses Capital Shortfall and Regulation

NYU Stern finance professors Viral Acharya, Robert Engle and Matthew Richardson have a new paper forthcoming in the American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings. In “Capital Shortfall: A New Approach to Ranking and Regulating Systemic Risks,” they propose a method … Continue reading

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Capital Shortfall: A New Approach to Ranking and Regulating Systemic Risks

NYU Stern professors Viral Acharya, Robert Engle and Matthew Richardson address a new method to measure systemic risk in a new article. They devised a method for measuring the amount of capital that a financial institution would need in the … Continue reading

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How to Put an End to Fannie and Freddie

An op-ed by Professors Viral Acharya, Matthew Richardson, Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh and Lawrence White, authors of “Guaranteed to Fail,” on putting an end to Fannie and Freddie. It’s been over three years since Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were placed … Continue reading

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