The Financial Crisis: 10 Years Later
4th Annual Penn Club Reception
When: Tuesday, May 8th | 6:00pm
Where: Penn Club of New York
30 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036
Mistakes, or moral failures? The actions of a few individuals, or systemic problems? Join Collegium for cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a panel discussion exploring the causes of the 2008 Financial Crisis, the changes that have been made in its wake, and the work that remains to be done.
Professor Maureen O’Hara
Robert W. Purcell Professor of Management
Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University
Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh
David S. Loeb Professor of Finance
Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University
Professor Mauro Guillen
Dr. Felix Zandman Endowed Professorship in International Management
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Registration Required. Early Registration closes April 24th.
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2018 Reception Panelists:
Maureen O’Hara is the Robert W. Purcell Professor of Finance at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University, and she also holds a Professorship at the University of Technology Sydney.
Professor O’Hara’s research focuses on issues in market microstructure, and she is the author of numerous journal articles as well as the classic book Market Microstructure Theory (Blackwell: 1995). Recent research looks at the how ETFs affect market stability, liquidity issues in corporate bond markets, and corporate governance problems in banks. Dr. O’Hara also publishes widely on a broad range of topics including banking and financial intermediaries, law and finance, experimental economics, and finance and ethics, with her book “Something for Nothing: Arbitrage and Ethics on Wall Street” (Norton:2016). Professor O’Hara has served as President of the American Finance Association, the Western Finance Association, the Financial Management Association, the Society for Financial Studies and the International Atlantic Economic Society. She currently serves on the Boards of several institutions, including NewStar Financial, Investment Technology Group, Inc. (ITG), and the SEC Equity Market Structure Advisory Board. She was the Executive Editor of the Review of Financial Studies, and Co-Editor of the Review of Asset Pricing Studies.
Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh is the Director of the Center for Real Estate Finance Research and David S. Loeb Professor of Finance at New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business, which he joined in 2003.
His research lies in the intersection of housing, asset pricing, and macroeconomics. One strand of his work studies how financial market liberalization in the mortgage market relaxed households’ down payment constraints, and how that affected the macro-economy, and the prices of stocks and bonds. In this area, he has also worked on regional housing prices and on household’s mortgage choice. He currently studies real estate price formation, the impact of foreign buyers on the market, and mortgage market design. Professor Van Nieuwerburgh has published articles in numerous journals, including the Econometrica, The Journal of Political Economy, and the Journal of Finance, and he is Editor at the Review of Financial Studies. He is a Faculty Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research and at the Center for European Policy Research. Professor Van Nieuwerburgh was awarded the 15th Edition of the Bérnácer Prize for his research on the transmission of shocks in the housing market on the macro-economy and the prices of financial assets. The Bérnácer Prize is awarded annually to a European economist under the age of 40 who has made significant contributions in the fields of macroeconomics and finance.
Mauro F. Guillén is the Director of the Joseph H. Lauder Institute at Penn, a research-and-teaching program on management and international relations. He holds the Dr. Felix Zandman Endowed Professorship in International Management at the Wharton School and a secondary appointment as Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology of the University of Pennsylvania.
He is a member of the advisory board of the Escuela de Finanzas Aplicadas (Grupo Analistas), and serves on the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Emerging Multinationals. He is an Elected Fellow of the Macro Organizational Behavior Society, a former Guggenheim and Fulbright Fellow and a Member in the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. In 2005 he won the IV Fundación Banco Herrero Prize, awarded annually to the best Spanish social scientist under the age of 40.
His current research deals with the internationalization of the firm, and with the impact of globalization on patterns of organization and on the diffusion of innovations. His most recent books are Global Turning Points (2012) and Emerging Markets Rule (2012). His research has appeared in a variety of academic journals in four separate fields: management, sociology, area studies, and applied policy. He is an Associate Editor of the Administrative Science Quarterly, and serves or has served on the editorial boards of the American Sociological Review, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and Journal of International Business Studies.
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