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See upcoming and past public events and webinars, as well as internal seminars and events for Master in Finance students

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Public
December 1, 2022

Martin Wolf on What's the Matter with Britain?

With introductions by Markus Brunnermeier
Public
December 8, 2022

David Autor on The Unexpected Compression: Competition at Work in the Low Wage Economy

With introductions by Markus Brunnermeier
Public
Recent Event

Loretta Mester on A Diligent Return to Price Stability

With introductions by Markus Brunnermeier
Public
Recent Event

Anil Kashyap on Rising Interest Rates and Financial Cracks

With introductions by Markus Brunnermeier

Upcoming & Recent SeminarsAll Upcoming SeminarsAll Past Seminars

Princeton Community
December 7, 2022

Tobias Sichert on A Non-Linear Market Model

Assistant Professor, Stockholm School of Economics
Princeton Community
Recent Seminar

Milena Wittwer on Centralizing Over-the-Counter Markets?

Assistant Professor of Finance, Boston College’s Carroll School of Management
Princeton Community
Recent Seminar

Ziang Li on The Liquidity Cost of Unconventional Monetary Policy

Ziang Li

Princeton Lectures in Finance

Each year, Princeton BCF invites a leading figure in the field of finance to deliver lectures a topic of major significance.
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Markus Academy

Please join us every Thursday at 12:30 PM ET as Princeton Bendheim Center for Finance Director Markus Brunnermeier hosts a conversation with an acclaimed academic or thought leader on critical issues facing the global economy.
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Past EventsAll Past Events

Princeton Community
November 16, 2022

Milena Wittwer on Centralizing Over-the-Counter Markets?

Assistant Professor of Finance, Boston College’s Carroll School of Management
Princeton Community
November 15, 2022

Ziang Li on The Liquidity Cost of Unconventional Monetary Policy

Ziang Li
Public
November 10, 2022

Loretta Mester on A Diligent Return to Price Stability

With introductions by Markus Brunnermeier
Princeton Community
November 9, 2022

Bruno Pellegrino on Barriers to Global Capital Allocation

Assistant Professor of Finance, University of Maryland, Smith School of Business
Princeton Community
November 8, 2022

Yinan Qiu on More Than Just Bias-An Information Perspective on International Equity Investment Allocation Puzzle

Yinan Qiu
Princeton Community
November 1, 2022

Lintong Li on Irreversible capital, financial frictions and business cycles

Lintong Li