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Yale ICF Newsletter: December 2020

By: Electra Ferriello December 23, 2020
Yale ICF December Newsletter

The December 2020 issue of the Yale ICF Newsletter is available online and highlights include: The Yale ICF Wishes you a happy holiday! Yale SOM Finance Faculty On Covid-19 Prof. Robert Shiller’s U.S. Stock Market Confidence Indices YBlockchain? Webinar...

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Yale ICF Newsletter: October 2020

By: Electra Ferriello October 2, 2020
Yale ICF Newsletter October 2020

The October 2020 issue of the Yale ICF Newsletter is available online and highlights include: Welcoming Two new Yale SOM Finance Faculty Welcoming Three New ICF Research Associates to the ICF Team Announcing the Fall YBlockchain? Webinar Series The South Sea...

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Discover the ICF's South Sea Bubble of 1720 Financial History Collection

By: Electra Ferriello August 4, 2020
South Sea Annuity

Interested in the South Sea Bubble of 1720? Visit the Origins of Value online visual database where the ICF has collected a number of historical bonds, securities, financial instruments and documents related to the history of financial markets. Using the search function, you can view several...

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[VIRTUAL] Conference Recap: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infrastructure

June 24, 2020
Will Goetzmann 1

In early June, the ICF hosted a two-day virtual conference about the “Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infrastructure.” ICF Faculty Director, William Goetzmann, and ICF Deputy Director, Geert Rouwenhorst, organized the conference jointly with Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur (Paris...

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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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