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J M Keynes Fellowship Fund Lectures 2019

The Managers of the J M Keynes Fellowship Fund proudly present an evening of special lectures, featuring five of the Fund's distinguished Fellows speaking about their innovative research in the field of financial economics.
When Feb 21, 2019
from 05:30 PM to 07:30 PM
Where McCrum Lecture Theatre (behind the Eagle Pub), Bene’t Street, Cambridge
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(to be followed by a drinks reception)

SPEAKERS: 

  • Professor Vasco Carvalho, Faculty of Economics
    NETWORKED PERSPECTIVES ON THE MACROECONOMY
  • Professor Brian Cheffins, Faculty of Law
    THE PUBLIC COMPANY TRANSFORMED
  • Professor Raghavendra Rau, Judge Business School
    THE DISINTERMEDIATION OF FINANCE
  • Dr Pedro Saffi, Judge Business School
    SECURITIES LENDING, SHORT SELLING AND THEIR ROLE ON FINANCIAL MARKETS
  • Dr Michael Tehranchi, Faculty of Mathematics
    TRACTABLE ASSET PRICING

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