8th Asset Pricing Workshop

Hosted by the Centre for Applied Macro-Finance (CAMF) at the University of York and the Bank of England

About the event

Date: 29 June 2021
Time: 12.15pm-6pm

The Centre for Applied Macro-Finance (CAMF) at the University of York and the Bank of England joined together to deliver the 8th Asset Pricing Workshop. In lieu of a physical gathering, this event was hosted as a series of webinars, as per below: the webinar featured a keynote speech delivered by Darrell Duffie (Stanford University) and a specialist panel discussion bringing together key experts in the field: Tobias Adrian (IMF), Gara Afonso (NY Fed), Darrell Duffie (Stanford) and Andrew Hauser (BoE). 

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