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Stevanovich Center Conferences

The Stevanovich Center Presents: Market Microstructure & High Frequency Data 2017 Conference Details

BANKING AND FINANCIAL CRISES - LESSONS FROM HISTORY WORKSHOP

Mr. David Wheelock presenting at the workshop sponsored by the Stevanovich Center & the Federal Reserve Bank - Chicago. Mr. Wheelock is the Vice President and Deputy Director of Research at the Fed Bank in St Louis.

Stevanovich Fellowship 2016 Seminar

Professor Joisten introducing 2016 Stevanovich Fellowship Award recipient Yunzhi Hu (Department of Economics and Booth School of Business). Recovery Dynamics: An Explanation from Bank Screening & Entrepreneur Entry.

Stevanovich Fellowship 2016 Seminar

2016 Stevanovich Fellowship Award Recipient Paymon Khorrami (Department of Economics, University of Chicago) presenting "Trends in Productive Technology, Intermediation, and Inequality."

About the Stevanovich Center for Financial Mathematics

The Stevanovich Center seeks to advance the understanding of the increasingly complex world of financial markets by integrating mathematics, statistics, econometrics, economics and finance. Our main focus is quantitative finance, ranging from mathematical finance - via financial econometrics - to asset pricing.

The Center brings together leading academic researchers and financial professionals whose insights from daily experience in the markets help translate theory into improved practice.

The Center hosts weekly seminars and annual conferences where University of Chicago researchers, visitors from academia and experts from the marketplace present, discuss and debate ideas that advance our understanding of the mathematical basis of financial markets. These interactions lead to more sophisticated tools to address challenges that range from analyzing, visualizing, and interpreting massive data sets, to building more accurate, tractable, and robust models to measure, price, and hedge risk. These tools are of interest to investors, regulators and policymakers.

The Stevanovich Center for Financial Mathematics is a member of the Society for Financial Econometrics.

If you'd like to get involved with the Center, please contact sbendier@uchicago.edu