Read the latest BCF news, including faculty announcements, student achievements, and more.
Professor Motohiro Yogo talks about his time as a Princeton undergraduate student and why he loves teaching economics.
The award is presented each year at the Frankfurt Book Fair by the German newspaper Handelsblatt, the Frankfurt Book Fair, and Goldman Sachs.
Ronnie Sircar has been named the Eugene Higgins Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Princeton Professor of Economics, Public Policy, and Finance Atif Mian has been awarded the 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship in Economics.
As we approach the one-year anniversary of Markus’ Academy, Peter Coy talks to Markus Brunnermeier about the popular series.
Every January, the associate editors of The Journal of Finance award the Brattle Group Prizes to papers published in The Journal from the year before in recognition of outstanding academic achievement in the field of corporate finance.
On Friday, February 12, Paul Krugman and Lawrence H. Summers joined Markus’ Academy for a conversation.
Princeton BCF's Markus Brunnnermeier's paper "Predatory Training" appears in The Economist.
Last year’s Fortune Magazine Top 40 under 40 in Finance had a familiar face for faculty and staff at Princeton’s Bendheim Center for Finance: Céline Dufétel, a 2004 graduate of the center’s Master in Finance program.
On Thursday, January 14, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell joined Markus Brunnermeier for an online conversation.
Congratulations to Professor Markus Brunnermeier, Princeton Economics Professor and Director of Princeton’s Bendheim Center for Finance, on his election as Vice President of the American Finance Association.
Congratulations to Princeton BCF alumnus Anne-Victoire Auriault, who is one of 60 employees promoted as part of Goldman Sach's Partner Class of 2020.
The Economics Department at Princeton University is proud to introduce its Ph.D. students on the 2020 Economics Job Market.
In early September, Princeton’s Bendheim Center for Finance (Princeton BCF) hosted its 10th annual Princeton Initiative—an annual program that brings together 2nd-year Ph.D. students from around the world.
Congratulations to Jacob Berman, a Princeton Economics senior also enrolled in the Program in Political Economy and working toward the Certificate of Finance, on being one of ten students to win the 2020 Spirit of Princeton Award.
Princeton Professor Nobuhiro Kiyotaki has been awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science from the University of Edinburgh for his “significant contribution to current research being undertaken on financial markets, labour markets, and the aggregate economy” and for his “internationally recognized influence as a macroeconomist of the last 30 years.”
Princeton Economics Professor Kate Ho has been elected to The Econometric Society as a 2019 Fellow. The Society also recognized Princeton Economics Professor Nobuhiro Kiyotaki, who was elected to the Council’s Asia Standing Committee.