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In this episode, Marieke Bos, researcher at Swedish House of Finance, moderates a panel discussion Prof Ramadorai (Imperial College London), Erik Thedéen (Finanspektionen), and Sara Öhrvall (Axel Johnson) on algorithmic discrimination in credit markets and the distributional consequences of new machine learning technologies applied in credit screen…
 
Investors are inundated with more data than ever before. What does an influx of “high-dimensional data” mean for financial forecasting, asset pricing and investment? In this episode, Thierry Foucault, Professor of Finance at HEC Paris, talks about the growth of alternative data. He presents evidence from his research about the effects of alternativ…
 
Using AI and Machine learning in asset pricing and asset management is in the midst of a boom. But are portfolios based on these richly parameterized models well understood? In this episode, Bryan Kelly, Professor of Finance at Yale School of Management and Head of Machine Learning at AQR Capital Management, talks about the behavior of return predi…
 
Globally, there is a debate over how to develop payment systems. Effective approaches are far from settled. Emerging digital currencies, in particular, have significant implications for commercial banking and currency competition. In this video, Darrell Duffie  of Stanford University outlines the related policy concerns and approaches, together wit…
 
A conversation with the Governor of Sveriges Riksbank Stefan Ingves and Yale's Professor Gary Gorton on how we might think about digital currencies and decentralised finance. The seminar was moderated by Pehr Wissén, Professor Emeritus of Practice, Swedish House of Finance.
 
In this seminar, Professor Starks talked about considerations regarding environment, social and governance (ESG) investing, starting with the differentiation in investor motivations: financial risk and return considerations (i.e., ESG value), nonpecuniary preferences (i.e., ESG values), or a combination of the two. From a high level perspective, sh…
 
In this final episode of the Household Finance podcast series, Anastasia Girshina and Paolo Sodini, discuss how we should - and should not - react to market fluctuations. They introduce the concept of rebalancing, argue against market timing and talk about different ways to diversify your portfolio. Listen to their research based insights in episod…
 
Join Paolo Sodini and Anastasia Girshina from the Swedish House of Finance in a series of podcasts about household finance, the field of financial economics that studies how households save, invest and borrow, and, more generally, how they use financial markets to plan for their future. In this episode Anastasia and Paolo discuss how much risk to t…
 
In this Women in Finance talk Marieke Bos and Sara Ottosson come together with leading women in the finance industry to discuss if quotas and culture can play a role to promote the financial sector to talented women.
 
Join Paolo Sodini and Anastasia Girshina from the Swedish House of Finance in a series of podcasts about household finance, the field of financial economics that studies how households save, invest and borrow, and, more generally, how they use financial markets to plan for their future. In this episode Anastasia and Paolo elaborate on the relations…
 
Join Paolo Sodini and Anastasia Girshina from the Swedish House of Finance in a series of podcasts about household finance, the field of financial economics that studies how households save, invest, and borrow, and, more generally, how they use financial markets to plan for their future. In this episode, we learn about financial literacy and its im…
 
Join the Swedish House of Finance and special guest hosts from Kapitalet as we hear from Ylva Baeckstrom during our Women in Finance Conference. SHOF Podcast Episode 4: Women in Finance with Ylva Baeckstrom and Kapitalet
 
Join Professor Michael Halling as we dive into one of the most discussed and debated regulations in the Financial Services sector. We also hear from Urban Funered, Christer Linde, and Henrik Didner who participated in a panel discussion at the Swedish House of Finance. SHOF Podcast Episode 3: MIFID II - Impact to date and long term consequences…
 
Join Professors Olga Obizhaeva, Albert "Pete" Kyle, and Anna Obizhaeva as we delve into this podcast's topic: "A New Theory about Financial Markets: Invariance" SHOF Podcast Episode 2: A New Theory about Financial Markets: Invariance
 
Join Sara Ottosson and special guests Professors David Robinson and Per Strömberg as we delve into this podcast's topic "PE Fund Structures and Incentives: Why are we changing the traditional fee structure?" SHOF Podcast Episode 1: PE Fund Structures and Incentives
 
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