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Professor William Silber’s book, “Volcker: The Triumph of Persistence,” is awarded the China Business News 2013 Financial Book of the Year

The following is an excerpt from China Business News: BEIJING, December 7, 2013 –China Business News (CBN),a leading business daily in China, announced Financial Books of the Year 2013 during CBN Annual Meeting held on December 7, 2013. The 24 … Continue reading

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Professor Silber’s Reaction to the Federal Reserve Minutes

Professor Silber reacts to the recently release Federal Reserve minutes on Bloomberg TV’s Bottom Line with Mark Crumpton. Watch Professor Silber discuss Europe, the Federal Open Market Committee’s meeting minutes, and excessive risk. William Silber is Professor of Finance at … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Chairman Paul Volcker and Professor William Silber

Note: Content from Experience Stern: News & Events NYU Stern alumni and students filled Paulson Auditorium on October 15 to hear Professor William Silber discuss his newly published biography of Paul Volcker, “Volcker: The Triumph of Persistence.” His remarks were … Continue reading

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William Silber’s Biography of Paul Volcker is a Finalist for FT’s Business Book of the Year

NYU Stern Finance Professor William Silber’s recent biography of Paul Volcker is in the running for “Business Book of the Year,” an annual award offered by the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs. The winner will be announced on November 1, … Continue reading

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The Challenges of the Fed’s Bid for Transparency

In a Financial Times op-ed, NYU Stern Professors Thomas Sargent and William Silber discuss the US Federal Reserve’s announcement that it would publish views on future interest rates. They explore the potential damages that the Fed may incur in this … Continue reading

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