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How Asset Management Colloquia Complement Classroom Learning

By: Tim Gunning May 15, 2020
Tim Gunning

As a newly welcomed Class of 2021 EMBA student, I am grateful for being able to participate in the Asset Management colloquia series this past Fall, which included four impressive speakers from the Yale community. Our first speaker was Aleh Tsyvinski, Arthur M. Okun Professor of Economics.  He...

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2019-2020 Portfolio Performance Competition Winners Announced

By: Electra Ferriello May 11, 2020
Global Network Investment Competition

The six-month long portfolio performance portion of the Global Network Investment Competition concluded on April 30, 2020. The ICF is excited to announce team Alpha from Business School, Renmin University of China as the winner of the competition! Team Alpha’s portfolio consisted of stocks...

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16th Annual Behavioral Conference Goes Virtual

By: Electra Ferriello May 7, 2020
Student Organizers

Each spring, the Yale ICF hosts the Lynne & Andrew Redleaf Foundation Graduate Student Conference (formerly the Whitebox Advisors Graduate Student Conference). The conference is organized and run by Yale PhD students selected by a committee of Yale faculty members, including Professor Nicholas...

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“Dawn Blossoms Plucked at Dusk” (朝花夕拾)—My Life at Yale

By: Gen Li May 5, 2020
Gen Li

It seems like only yesterday that I came to the university I have grown to love deeply, Yale University. In the twinkling of an eye, I am reluctant but have to say goodbye to her. Two years ago, my parents were shocked and a bit displeased by my decision to give up the Ph.D. offer I had received...

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ICF Executive Fellow, Andrea Levere, Shares Ideas for Building Equity by Investing Equity

By: Electra Ferriello May 5, 2020
Andrea Levere

Andrea Levere ’83, is President Emerita of Prosperity Now, a private nonprofit organization with the mission of ensuring that everyone can gain financial stability, build wealth and achieve prosperity. She is also an ICF Advisory Board member and current ICF Executive Fellow. Andrea...

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Financial History Repeats Itself. The South Sea Bubble: 22 April 1720

By: Electra Ferriello April 30, 2020
22 April

This year, the ICF is looking back at the South Sea Bubble of 1720 which was the first global financial bubble that occurred 300 years ago in Paris, London and the Netherlands. On our South Sea Bubble 1720 project website, we share newspaper clippings from the Leydse Courant, a Dutch newspaper...

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EarthDay50: Yale SOM Finance Faculty Write About Climate Finance

By: Electra Ferriello April 22, 2020
earth

Happy Earth Day! In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we would like to share some of the recent research conducted by Yale SOM finance faculty about climate finance:   “Is the Risk of Sea Level Rise Capitalized in Residential Real Estate?” by Justin Murfin and Matthew...

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