Tag Archives: Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh

MSRM Professors to Teach in Upcoming Contemporary Finance Executive Short Course

In an upcoming five day short course beginning June 1st 2015, MSRM Professors Ingo Walter, Edward Altman, Holger Mueller, Viral Acharya, and Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh will join NYU Stern Professors Aswath Damodaran, David Yermack and Baruch Lev to teach Contemporary Finance: Key Topics for Senior Executives and Board Members. Learn … Continue reading

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Prof. Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh to Advise Norway’s Wealth Fund

MSRM Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh was recently appointed to an expert group on infrastructure that will advise Norway’s wealth fund. The formation of this group comes from an initiative by Norway’s government, which could potentially open the country’s wealth fund to … Continue reading

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Subsidizing Mortgage Debt Does More Harm Than Good by Prof. Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh

The following is an excerpt from an op-ed by Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh on The New York Times: Housing policy in the United States strongly favors homeownership, and it does so by subsidizing mortgage debt. Programs like the mortgage interest … Continue reading

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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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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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