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 In the News

4/17/2014Camelia KuhnenAsymmetric Learning from Financial Information
Accepted in the Journal of Finance
1/13/2014Camelia KuhnenNPR Interview on the "State of Things"
Many of us get a little emotional high when we're out spending money.  Now take that idea, and apply it to broader financial decisions. If you are a worrier are you more or less likely to invest money?  Neuroeconomist Camelia Kuhnen knows the answer to that. She studies what goes on inside our heads when we make such decisions.
12/7/2013Michael JacobsWhy business owners need boards
Triangle Business Journal
Finance professor Michael Jacobs writes that private business owner should surround themselves with a seasoned, diverse complement of business minds that meet on a regular basis to maximize their companies’ potential. (Dec. 7)
10/11/2013Alex ArapoglouWUNC "State of Things": The Automated Stock Exchange
Finance professor Alex Arapoglou was a guest on the “State of Things” to discuss high frequency trading. (Oct. 11)
9/18/2013Lynn FisherFortune & CNNMoney
Fortune & CNNMoney
The new mortgage-backed security in a renter's world
Real estate professor Lynn Fisher discusses Wall Street’s desire to securitize rent payments. (Sept. 18)
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Pab Jotikasthira wins Barbara Clark-Edward Award for doctoral students with his proposal "Why do Term Structures in Different Currencies Move Together?"
Duke University and the University of North Carolina are organizing the 3rd Duke-UNC Asset Pricing Conference: Friday, March 12, and Saturday, March 13, 2010 in Durham.

Joy Patterson, Area Assistant

Phone: (919) 962-0487
Office: McColl 4100


Marion Strandh, Program Coordinator

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Marion Strandh, Program Manager

Phone: (919) 962-3174
Office: McColl 4100


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