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Events and Seminars

June 1st 2020

Time: 1.30 - 2.30pm
Speaker: Daniel Beunza (Cass Business School)
Seminar Title: Purpose-built: Integrating meaning and technology in a bank's recovery from 9/11

June 5th 2020

Venue: LSE
OrganisersOrkun Saka (University of Sussex, LSE & SRC), Cevat Giray Aksoy (EBRD, King’s College London, LSE & IZA)

June 15th 2020

Time: 14.00 - 17.30, BST (GMT+1) London, UK
Organisers: Jon Danielsson (SRC, LSE Finance), Eva Micheler (SRC, LSE Law), Jean-Pierre Zigrand (SRC, LSE Finance)
Speakers: Iris Chiu (UCL), Mathieu Dubois (Barclays), Veerle Heyvaert (LSE Law), Kevin James (LSE, SRC), Alexander Kern (University of Zurich), David Kershaw (LSE Law), Eva Micheler (LSE Law, SRC), Julia Morley (LSE Accounting), Nick Robins (LSE Grantham Institute), Edmund Schuster (LSE Law)

June 25th 2020

Venue: TBC
OrganisersThorsten Beck (Cass Business School, CEPR & CESifo), Orkun Saka (University of Sussex, LSE & SRC) and Paolo Volpin (Cass Business School, CEPR & ECGI)

News

April 3rd 2020

New Special Paper by Oliver Linton finds that for the UK, the Covid-19 peak is mostly likely to occur within the next two weeks.

December 13th 2019

Khaladdin Rzayev, SRC post-doctoral researcher, won the Best Paper Award Second Place at the 27th Conference on the Theories and Practices of Securities and Financial Markets.

December 13th 2019

A video book has been published following the successful conference "Financial Resilience and Systemic Risk" hosted by IGA, FMG and SRC.

December 6th 2019

We are recruiting for a Research Officer (Data Expert). Closing date: 27 January 2020.

November 4th 2019

Ordinary people’s fortunes are increasingly dependent on the performance of the financial industry, a development that has transformed our politics. Jeffrey Chwieroth’s latest book charts this change and explains why all mainstream political parties now share at least one thing in common.