Research Day 2014The NYU Stern School has the largest and, by some measures, the most active Finance faculty of any university in the world. One of our most popular regular offerings for NASDAQ DRP and Volatility Institute Sponsors, Salomon Center Associates, and all of our friends in academia and on the Street is the annual Research Day conference. Research Day this year will be held on Friday, February 21, 2014. Research Day is our chance to provide quick looks at some of the most interesting projects that are currently under way among our active Finance research faculty. Along with presentations of research work in progress, we will continue the very popular Senior Faculty Panel Discussion on the current state of the world economy and financial system.
Attendance is free of charge but seating is strictly limited and so registration is required.
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Friday, February 21, 2014
New York University
Stern School of Business
Kaufman Management Center
44-50 West Fourth Street
New York, NY 10012
|8:30||Registration and Continental Breakfast|
Matthew Richardson, Director, Salomon Center
Stephen Figlewski, Director, NASDAQ OMX Derivatives Research
|9:15||Session I: Research Presentations|
Matteo Maggiori on "Very Long Run Discount Rates"
Yakov Amihud on "The Pricing of Corporate Foreign Trade Risk"
Jennifer Carpenter on "The Real Value of China's Stock Market"
|11:15||Session II: Research Presentations|
Theresa Kuchler on "Sticking to Your Plan: Hyperbolic Discounting and Credit Card Debt Paydown"
Johannes Stroebel on "Regulating Consumer Financial Products: Evidence from Credit Cards"
David Yermack on "Is Bitcoin a Real Currency?"
|2:00||Session III: Senior Faculty Panel|
"The State of the World: Where are We and Where are We Going?"
Viral Acharya [Interview on Rising Risks from China]
|4:00||Session IV: Research Presentations|
Andres Liberman on “Trade Credit and Supplier Relationships: Evidence from the Regulation of a Large Supermarket”
Xavier Gabaix on “International Liquidity and Exchange Rate Dynamics”