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  • Extremes, scaling and the origins of economic fluctuations - Tinbergen
    Defenses Tinbergen Institute Summer School MPhil Thesis Defenses TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Extremes scaling and the origins of economic fluctuations Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 06 2011 Extremes scaling and the origins of economic fluctuations Tinbergen Institute Economics Lectures 2011 Speaker s Xavier Gabaix Date 6 8 June 2011 These lectures by Professor Xavier Gabaix Martin J Gruber Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business studied the theory and empirics of extreme values and scaling and especially how they relate to the origin of economic fluctuations Topics were Mysteries in the size distribution of firms cities stock market movements Zipf s law Scaling laws in economics and other fields Models in particular random growth assortative matching Origins of economic fluctuations What causes fluctuations in GDP and the stock market Granular hypothesis that shocks to large firms or funds affect

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  • Modeling heterogeneity in econometric models - Tinbergen
    Thesis Defenses TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Modeling heterogeneity in econometric models Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article MAY 18 2011 Modeling heterogeneity in econometric models Tinbergen Institute Econometrics Lectures 2011 Speaker s Jerry A Hausman Date 18 20 May 2011 Professor Jerry A Hausman is the John and Jennie S MacDonald Professor of Economics at MIT in Cambridge Massachusetts USA He has taught at MIT for 30 years He is Director of the MIT Telecommunications Economics Research Program Professor Hausman received the John Bates Clark Award and the Frisch Medal Professor Hausman s recent applied research has been in differentiated products and in telecommunications Professor Hausman has previously done research in the effects of taxation on the economy the economics of aging and in energy and environmental economics His recent econometrics papers include estimation of difference in difference models semi parametric duration models

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  • Dark Markets - Tinbergen
    Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Dark Markets Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article AUG 06 2010 Dark Markets Tinbergen Institute Finance Lectures 2010 Speaker s Darrell Duffie Date 6 8 September 2010 Darrell Duffie Dean Witter Distinguished Professor of Finance at The Graduate School of Business Stanford University has given the Tinbergen Institute Finance Lectures 2010 Darrell Duffie is considered one of the most influential researchers in his field His interests include over the counter markets financial risk management credit risk valuation of defaultable securities valuation and hedging of derivative securities term structure of interest rate modeling financial innovation and security design Recently Duffie has focused on how capital moves from one segment of asset markets to another and the implications of imperfect trading opportunities for asset price behavior especially in over the counter markets Duffie and several collaborators have some recent results on portfolio credit risk based on the assumption that there are unobservable common default risk factors Lecture Title Dark Markets Over the counter markets are relatively opaque Investors in these markets frequently search for suitable counterparties and may be unaware of the prices at which trades are being conducted elsewhere in the market Dealers and other relatively connected market participants have informational advantages and superior access to trading opportunities Price behavior and asset allocations reflect the market opaqueness The lectures began with an overview of the architecture of over the counter markets and policy issues confronting their design and regulation in the wake of the recent financial

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  • Yield Curve Modeling and Forecasting - Tinbergen
    courses Student Council List of MPhil Students List of PhD Theses Research Groups Fellows Events Seminars Amsterdam Seminars Rotterdam PhD Thesis Defenses Tinbergen Institute Summer School MPhil Thesis Defenses TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Yield Curve Modeling and Forecasting Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 23 2010 Yield Curve Modeling and Forecasting Tinbergen Institute Econometrics Lectures 2010 Speaker s Francis X Diebold and Glenn Rudebusch Date 23 25 June 2010 Professor Francis X Diebold and Professor Glenn Rudebusch have jointly given the Econometrics Lectures 2010 These Lectures are part of the Princeton University Press Lectures a joint project of Princeton University Press PUP the Econometric Institute at Erasmus University Rotterdam and Tinbergen Institute Professor Francis X Diebol d is Professor of Finance and Statistics and Co Director of the Wharton Financial Institutions Center at the University of Pennsylvania Professor Glenn Rudebusc h is

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  • Structural Discrete Choice Models in Labor Economics - Tinbergen
    Events Seminars Amsterdam Seminars Rotterdam PhD Thesis Defenses Tinbergen Institute Summer School MPhil Thesis Defenses TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Structural Discrete Choice Models in Labor Economics Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 01 2010 Structural Discrete Choice Models in Labor Economics Tinbergen Institute Economics Lectures 2010 Speaker s David Card Date 1 3 June 2010 David Card Professor of Economics at the University of California Berkeley has given the Tinbergen Institute Economics Lectures 2010 Professor Card was honored by the American Economic Association in 1995 with the John Bates Clark Medal Most recently he received the IZA Prize in Labor Economics from Germany s Institute for the Study of Labor the leading award for labor economists Professor Card s current research interests include the causes and consequences of racial segregation the economic impacts of immigration and the effects of health insurance on

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  • Empirical Corporate Finance - Tinbergen
    Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Empirical Corporate Finance Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article MAY 17 2010 Empirical Corporate Finance Tinbergen Institute Finance Workshop 2010 Speaker s David L Yermack Date 17 21 and 27 May 2010 In May 2010 David L Yermack the Albert Fingerhut Professor of Finance at New York University Stern School of Business has given a Finance workshop at the Tinbergen Institute Professor Yermack has been with NYU Stern for more than 10 years His primary research areas include boards of directors executive compensation executive stock options and law and finance He has published in the leading journals in his field including Journal of Financial Economics Journal of Finance Review of Financial Studies and Journal of Law Economics and Organizations Professor Yermack has held a variety of visiting positions teaching courses in corporate finance restructuring firms and industries and law and finance Title Workshop Empirical Corporate Finance

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  • Financial Crisis - Tinbergen
    2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 11 2009 Financial Crisis Tinbergen Institute Finance Lectures 2009 Speaker s Sweder van Wijnbergen Date 11 12 and 15 June 2009 Time Professor Sweder van Wijnbergen University of Amsterdam has given the Tinbergen Institute Finance Lectures 2009 Sweder van Wijnbergen made important contributions to the academic and policy debates on speculative attacks currency crises and robustness of the financial system He is a welcome speaker at many conferences and workshops on the current financial crisis and its possible solutions In the Tinbergen Institute Finance Lectures 2009 on Financial Crises we analysed how a relatively limited housing market problem in the US could trigger a global financial crisis Are structural fragilities in the financial system to blame or inappropriate policy responses or both Then taking the current credit crisis as starting point we discussed the general relation between financial crises innovation and growth explore the nature of financial crises and the link between financial and Balance of Payment crises Twin crises Finally we used the theoretical frameworks discussed to assess appropriate policy response We payed specific attention to models of

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  • Market Design - Tinbergen
    List of PhD Theses Research Groups Fellows Events Seminars Amsterdam Seminars Rotterdam PhD Thesis Defenses Tinbergen Institute Summer School MPhil Thesis Defenses TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Market Design Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 09 2009 Market Design Tinbergen Institute Economics Lectures 2009 Speaker s Susan Athey Date 9 11 June 2009 Professor Susan Athey Harvard University has given the Tinbergen Institute Lectures in economics for 2009 Susan Athey has made important contributions to economic theory empirical economics and econometrics She was recognized as one of the best US economists of her generation when she was awarded the John Bates Clark Medal by the American Economic Association in 2007 In the Tinbergen Institute Lectures 2009 Susan Athey described recent developments in theoretical and applied market design Topics covered are Auction theory theory of platform competition Econometric analysis of auction data Government auctions

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