Crypto and Blockchain Economics Research (CBER) Conference Day 1

Virtual Ithaca

Crypto and Blockchain Economics Research (CBER) Conference Day 1 In collaboration with Management Science, FinTech at Cornell - an Initiative of the SC Johnson College of Business, and the Rotman School of Management's FinHub. YouTube Live Stream for April 16th Friday April 16th, 2021 Host: Andreas Park (University of Toronto) Introduction (10:00 AM EST - 10:05 […]

Crypto and Blockchain Economics Research (CBER) Conference Day 2

Virtual Ithaca

Crypto and Blockchain Economics Research (CBER) Conference Day 2 In collaboration with Management Science, FinTech at Cornell - an Initiative of the SC Johnson College of Business, and the Rotman School of Management's FinHub. Agenda Host: Gideon Saar (Cornell University) Session 3: Beyond Bitcoin (10:00 AM EST - 11:30 AM EST) Session Chair: Garud Iyengar […]

AI & Big Data in Finance Research (ABFR) Forum Webinar with Susan Athey

ABFR events are held as Zoom webinars and are open to all. If you would like to receive updates and Zoom links to these events, please join the ABFR mailing list.  A Zoom link will also be available on the ABFR website one hour prior to the presentation. Recordings of past events will be available […]

AI and Big Data in Finance Research (ABFR) Forum

Virtual Ithaca

Machine Learning Who to Nudge: Causal vs. Predictive Targeting in a Field Experiment on Student Financial Aid Renewal Stanford's Susan Athey and MIT's Dean Eckles lead this discussion, in collaboration with Fintech at Cornell.  

Diversity in Digital Currency: Fintech’s Opportunities, Pitfalls, Next Steps

Virtual Ithaca

We have seen fintech expand to touch nearly every type of financial transaction, and we know it has great potential to serve broader communities. In what ways has that promise been met, and how can and should the next iterations improve access, competency, service, and sustainability? This conversation about diversity and inclusion in fintech, including […]

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The Future of Money

Virtual Ithaca

Cornell SC Johnson College of Business co-hosts this event with Cornell Law School. Featuring Eswar Prasad, Lourdes Casanova, John Wu, and moderated by Susan Joseph.

2021 Tokenomics Conference, Keynote by Cornell's Joseph Halpern

Virtual Ithaca

Tokenomics Conference The Tokenomics Conference is the third international conference for analysis, theory, implementation and applications of blockchain economics and smart contracts. The goal of the conference is to bring together economists and computer science researchers working on blockchains through intellectual talks and academic presentations. New York University (NYU) is hosting this year's conference, which […]