Tuesday Seminars | Spring 2021

12:30PM to 1:45PM on Zoom
Due to scheduling conflicts, the 02/23 seminar will take place from 12:15PM to 1:30PM

   
Date   Speaker / Affiliation Topic
01/19 Quentin Vandeweyer
Chicago Booth
Intraday Liquidity and Money Market Dislocations
01/26
Jessica Wachter
Wharton
A Retrieved-Context Theory of Financial Decisions
02/02
Valentin Haddad
UCLA Anderson
How Competitive is the Stock Market? Theory, Evidence from Portfolios, and Implications for the Rise of Passive Investing
02/09
David Hirshleifer
UC Irvine
Visibility Bias in the Transmission of Consumption Beliefs and Undersaving
02/16
Wei Xiong
Princeton
A Model of Cryptocurrencies
02/23 Arlene Wong
Princeton
Debt, Human Capital Accumulation, and the Allocation of Talent
03/02 Itay Goldstein
Wharton
 
03/09 John Campbell
Harvard
Who Owns What? A Factor Model for Direct Stockholding
03/16 Emi Nakamura
UC Berkeley
Learning about the Long Run (with Leland Farmer and Jon Steinsson) 
03/23 Daniel Green
HBS
The Allocation of Socially Responsible Capital
03/30 Juliane Begenau
Stanford GSB
How Do Private Equity Fees Vary Across Public Pensions?
04/06 John Cochrane
Stanford
A Fiscal Theory of Monetary Policy with Partially-Repaid Long-Term Debt

The Fiscal Roots of Inflation
04/13 Ludwig Straub
Harvard
Indebted Demand
04/20 Matthieu Gomez
Columbia
 
04/27 Michael Schwert
Wharton
 
05/04 Andrea Vedolin
Boston University
 
 

Organizers: Toomas Laarits (tlaarits@stern.nyu.edu) and Olivier Wang (owang@stern.nyu.edu)
NYU affiliates interested in attending should contact Lindsay Anderson