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Emerging Market Currency Risk Around ‘Global Disasters’

Professor Giancarlo Corsetti has had a chapter published in CEPR's ebook "COVID-19 in Developing Economies". The chapter "Emerging Market Currency Risk Around ‘global disasters’: Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis and the COVID-19 Crisis" (joint with Simon Lloyd (Bank of England) and Emile Marin (PhD Candidate))

Published on: Wednesday 24th June 2020

Tags:

COVID-19

Markets

Currency

Risks

Theme: transmission


CERF Best Student Paper Award

The Faculty and Cambridge-INET Institute would like to congratulate PhD candidate and Cambridge Trust Cambridge-INET Scholarship student, Seung Hyun Maeng, who was one of just three students to win the CERF best student paper award for his paper "Debt Crises, Fast and Slow" (joint with Giancarlo Corsetti).

Published on: Friday 12th June 2020

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Debt Crises

Debt

Markets

Theme: transmission


Large Scale Experiments Webinar Series - Roberto Weber

Cambridge-INET, Prof. Sanjeev Goyal and Dr. Frederic Moisan are hosting a series of webinars on "Large Scale Experiments". The first of these webinars will be given by Roberto Weber (University of Zurich) on "Public Discourse and Socially Responsible Market Behavior" (joint paper with Björn Bartling, Vanessa Valero and Lan Yao) and will take place on Thursday 18th June 2020, at 2.00pm.

Event Date: Thursday 18th June 2020

Tags:

Networks

Large Scale Experiments

Markets

Theme: networks


The Dollar and International Capital Flows in the COVID-19 Crisis

Professor Giancarlo Corsetti, and Emile Marin have published an article for VOXeu titled "The dollar and international capital flows in the COVID-19 crisis". This column shows that in crises, the dollar tends to appreciate – especially against emerging market currencies – and dollar liquidity becomes scarce.

Published on: Friday 3rd April 2020

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COVID-19

Capital Flows

Markets

Currency


Market Power and Innovation in the Intangible Economy

A recent paper by PhD Candidate Maarten De Ridder of the Faculty of Economics was discussed in yesterday’s speech by ECB Vice-President Luis de Guindos. De Guindos summarized Market Power and Innovation in the Intangible Economy, which is Maarten’s Job Market Paper for the year 2019-2020.

Published on: Wednesday 25th September 2019

Tags:

Macroeconomics

Growth

Markets


Fast Trading and the Virtue of Entropy

Professor Giancarlo Corsetti, Romain Lafarguette and Arnaud Mehl have published an article for VOXeu titled "Fast Trading and the Virtue of Entropy". This column argues that high-frequency trading can increase market efficiency and the quality of trade.

Published on: Wednesday 14th August 2019

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Trade

Markets

Financial Markets


Masterclass with Alain Chaboud

Cambridge-INET will be hosting a Masterclass with Alain Chaboud (Federal Reserve) at the Winstanley Theatre, Trinity College, Cambridge, on the 11th - 12th October 2017, from 11.00am - 5.00pm. Please register you interest.

Published on: Monday 2nd October 2017

Tags:

Global Economics

Markets

Sovereignty

Theme: empirical


Prof. Sanjeev Goyal Publishes Two New Papers

Professor Sanjeev Goyal and Julien Gagnon's paper "Networks, Markets, and Inequality" is the lead article in the latest American Economic Review and his joint paper with Marcin Dziubinski "How to defend a network?" has also been published in the Theoretical Economics journal.

Published on: Tuesday 7th March 2017

Tags:

Networks

Markets

Inequality

Defence

Theme: networks


Networks, Markets, and Inequality

Professor Sanjeev Goyal and Julien Gagnon's paper on "Networks, Markets, and Inequality" has been published as the lead article in the American Economic Review.

Published on: Thursday 5th January 2017

Tags:

Networks

Markets

Inequality

Theme: networks



Empirical Microstructure Workshop

This workshop confronts recent empirical findings in market microstructure with methodological developments in high-frequency econometrics to shed new light on important aspects of contemporary financial markets.

Event Date: Friday 28th November 2014

Tags:

Microstructure

Empirical

Markets

Theme: empirical


Joel Mokyr (Northwestern University) "A Culture of Growth"

Cambridge-INET is holding a talk by Professor Joel Mokyr (Northwestern University) on "A Culture of Growth", in the Meade Room, Faculty of Economics, on Tuesday, 23rd September 2014, at 2.00pm. Drawing on his latest book, Prof. Mokyr will analyze the 1500-1700 market for ideas and how it gave rise to the Industrial Revolution and the Modern Economy.

Event Date: Tuesday 23rd September 2014

Tags:

Growth

Markets

Industrial Revolution

Modern Economy

Theme: transmission


Skewness, Heavy Tails, Market Crashes, and Dynamics Workshop

The Cambridge INET Institute are holding a Workshop on Skewness, Heavy Tails, Market Crashes, and Dynamics at Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, 28th - 29th April 2014

Event Date: Monday 28th April 2014 - Tuesday 29th April 2014

Tags:

Heavy Tails

Markets

Dynamics

Theme: empirical