[Past event] On April 25, 2017, Professor Utpal Bhattacharya of HKUST, gave a seminar on behavioral finance under the topic “Do suspicious traders lose money?”. Standard models of financial markets assume people behave rationally. Behavioral finance builds on this foundation by taking insights from cognitive psychology to explain puzzling observations in asset prices that cannot be explained by reason. To illustrate on the topic, Prof. Bhattacharya gave three examples from hi
[Past event] On April 12, 2017, Professor David Yu, Adjunct Professor of Finance at NYU Shanghai, and Managing Director, Chief Investment Officer, and Co-Founder of Inception Aviation Holdings discussed on current trends, drivers and lessons learnt in cross-border investments in Shanghai. This seminar was co-organized by the MSGF Program and the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. As a practitioner in the Aviation industry, Professor Yu gave an overview of cross-borde
The Masters in Global Finance Program, a partnership between NYU Stern and HKUST, celebrates 10 years of educating global finance leaders. On April 6, a group of 75 students, faculty and alumni gathered at Stern in New York for the first celebration of the program’s 10-year milestone.
The MS in Global Finance (MSGF), a partnership program between HKUST and NYU Stern that launched in 2007, marked its 10-year anniversary with celebrations in both New York and Hong Kong.
On April 6th, students and alumni celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the MSGF program at NYU Stern in New York. To commemorate the program and the successful partnership between two renowned universities, attendees had the privilege of hearing from Nobel Laureate and NYU Stern professor, Robert Engle. The discussion focused on the prospects of global financial stability -- a timely topic given the current geopolitical atmosphere. Professor Robert Engle was awarded the 2003 No
Apr 25, 2017 (Tue) 1230pm - 2pm The Hong Kong Club Building, Rm 1501- 02, 15/F, 3A Chater Rd, Central, Hong Kong Organized by the HKUST-NYU Stern MS in Global Finance Program About the Seminar Standard models of financial markets assume people behave rationally. Behavioral finance builds on this foundation by taking insights from cognitive psychology (e.g. overconfidence) to explain puzzling observations in asset prices that cannot be explained by reason. In this talk, Profes