Tag Archives: Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh

“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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Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh on the Cost of Renting vs. Buying

The following is an excerpt from The Wall Street Journal: Buying a home has long been part of the American dream. But rising prices have made renting less expensive in many places. People often aspire to own a home for … Continue reading

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Profs. Acharya and Van Nieuwerburgh’s Research is Cited in NY Times

The following is an excerpt from “The Big Bank Subsidy,” an Economix blog excerpt in the NY Times.  [T]he best evidence developed by independent researchers (i.e., those not employed by the Clearing House or its allies) continues to run strongly … Continue reading

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Save the Date! Center for Real Estate Finance Research Symposium

The Center for Real Estate Finance Research (CREFR) Fall Symposium October 18, 2013 It is our pleasure to invite you to the Center’s upcoming Annual Fall Symposium on Friday October 18, 2013. The conference will be held at Bloomberg headquarters, 731 … Continue reading

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Register Now! Center for Real Estate Finance Research Spring Symposium

Please join the Center for Real Estate Finance Research for their Second Annual Spring Symposium: Jerry L. Cohen (BS ’53, MBA ’59), NYU Stern Board of Overseer, Partner of Tishman Speyer Properties, and the Center for Real Estate Finance Research invite you to a … Continue reading

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Register Today! NYU Stern Conference: The Return of Private Capital to the Mortgage Market

The Center for Real Estate Finance Research (CREFR) and Marc H. Bell, General Partner of Barbican Capital invite you to Stern for a full-day conference on March 5th, 2013 on the future of the U.S. housing finance system. (This conference … Continue reading

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With Rates Low, Banks Increase Mortgage Profit

In “With Rates Low, Banks Increase Mortgage Profit,” from The New York Times, Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh comments on the profit margins for banks in the mortgage business. Excerpt from The New York Times The jump in revenue for the … Continue reading

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NYU Stern Launches Center for Real Estate Finance Research

NYU Stern has announced the establishment of the Center for Real Estate Finance Research, which will be led by Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh. Press Release: NYU Stern Establishes Center for Real Estate Finance Research May 15 Inaugural Conference Features NYC … Continue reading

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Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh and Coauthors Win Best Paper at the Utah Winter Finance Conference

Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh of NYU Stern, Ralph Koijen of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Motohiro Yogo of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis won Best Paper at the 2012 Utah Winter Finance Conference. Abstract: We develop … 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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