skip to content

Faculty of Economics

Gamblers Predicted Brexit before Financial Traders 

The University's Research site have published an article on a study authored by Tom Auld and Professor Oliver Linton that shows the betting market predicted the Brexit result an hour earlier than the foreign exchange market. Read More>>

Published on - Monday 14th January 2019

Tags:

Brexit

Risks

Betting Market

Foreign Exchange Market



How Economics is Trying to Fix its Gender Problem 

Professor Sanjeev Goyal's research (co-authored with Anja Prummer) into how risk aversion plays a role in female academic economists having smaller and more clustered networks of co-authors, has been quoted in an article by The Economist.

Published on - Friday 11th January 2019

Tags:

Gender

Risks

Women in Economics



Anil Ari "Sovereign Risk and Bank Risk-Taking" 

Former PhD student Anil Ari (currently at International Monetary Fund) will present his paper "Sovereign Risk and Bank Risk-Taking" at the NBER International Finance and Macroeconomic Meeting, in Cambridge MA, March 8th-9th 2018.

Published on - Monday 5th March 2018

Tags:

Sovereign Risk

Banks

Risks



Faculty Members to speak at CERF in The City 2018 

Dr Elisa Faraglia and Dr Matt Elliott are to speak at the CERF in the City 2018 event on The Risks in Financial Markets.

Published on - Wednesday 31st January 2018

Tags:

Financial Markets

Risks

Women in Economics



Workshop on Tail Event Driven Risk Modelling 

Cambridge-INET are hosting a Workshop on "Tail Event Driven Risk Modelling" in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College on Tuesday 5th May 2015 and Wednesday 6th May 2015.

Published on - Tuesday 5th May 2015

Tags:

Modelling

Risks



Masterclasses with Paul Embrechts & Eric Ghysels 

Cambridge-INET is hosting a Masterclasses with Professor Paul Embrechts (Mathematics and Director of RiskLab at ETH Zurich and Senior Chair-Holder at the Swiss Finance Institute) and Professor Eric Ghysels (Bernstein Distinguished Professor of Economics at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill and Professor of Finance at the Kenan-Flagler Business School).

Published on - Tuesday 1st April 2014

Tags:

Modelling

Risks

Econometrics




Top 10 News Tags


Women in Economics

Trade

Brexit

Macroeconomics

US

EU

UK

Economic History

Networks

Finance



Faculty News