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CRETA Special Event 01 (26 April 2013)

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CRETA Special Event 01 (26 April 2013)

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CRETA Special Event 01 - 26 April 2013, Classroom 305, 3F, Building 2 College of Management, NTU

 

CRETA is honored to invite Dr. Chi-fu Huang (黃奇輔博士) as a visitor on Apr. 26 (Fri.). During his visit, Dr. Huang will lecture on From Theory to Practice: A Thirty-Year Journey on CRETA Special Event 01. The event is due to take place on Apr. 26 (Fri.) at Classroom 305, 3F, Building 2 College of Management, NTU (台大管理學院貳號館 3F 305 教室). All participants are welcomed! Please be sure to register your attendance online by noon, Apr. 22 (Mon.).

*Date: Apr. 26 (Fri.), 2013, 14:00 pm – 15:30 pm
*Venue: Classroom 305, 3F, Building 2 College of Management, NTU
(台灣大學管理學院貳號館 3F 305 教室) (教室更動)
*Topic:
From Theory to Practice: A Thirty-Year Journey

[Regirstration Fee]
台灣大學在學學生及現任教職員和台灣經濟計量學會會員為免費參加
其他參加者報名費為 NT$600
(當天將開放現場繳交台灣經濟計量學會 2013 年年度會費)
 

講者介紹:

Dr. Chi-fu Huang (黃奇輔博士) is the co-author, with R. Litzenberger, of Foundations for Financial Economics, a distinguished textbook for economics and finance graduate students. He is also a founder and the Non-Executive Chairman of Platinum Grove Asset Management L.P. (PGAM), an investment management company based in New York. He was a full professor and held the J.C. Penney Professorship in finance when he left MIT in the summer of 1994.
Dr. Huang has made major contributions to the theory of financial economics, and has written on dynamic general equilibrium theory, intertemporal utility theory, and the theory of individual consumption and portfolio decisions. His research articles have been published in several prestigious journals, such as Econometrica, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis and Review of Financial Studies.

議  程:

Apr. 26 (Fri.) Classroom 305, 3F, Building 2 College of Management (3F 305 教室)
13:30-14:00: Registration
14:00-15:30: Lecture
15:30-16:00: Tea Time and Discussion