Third INEXC Conference, 24-25 June 2013, Paris
Salle 5- Collège de France, 11 Place Marcelin Berthelot, 75005, Paris
Monday June 24th
Morning: 10.15am- 12.15pm
- 10.15am-11.15am: Steve Morris (Princeton), “Rational Expectations Equilibria with Unknown Information Structures”. [Video]
- 11.15am-12.15pm: Maurizio Motolese (Milano and Stanford), “Diverse rational beliefs and the stock market”. [Video]
- 2.15pm-3.15pm: Michela Verardo (London School of Economics), “Trading empirical facts on the stock market: an introductory overview”.
- 3.20pm-3.50pm: Stephen Le Roy (Un. California), “Stock market modeling under forecastable returns.” [Video]
- 4.00pm-4.35pm: Bernard Dumas (INSEAD), “Differences of Opinion and International Equity Markets”. [Video]
- 4.45pm -6.00pm: A session on economic history and the stock market.
- Christophe Chamley (Paris): “Bubbles in emerging financial markets: France and England around 1720″. [Video]
- Angelo Riva (Paris): ”Organization and Functioning of the French Securities Markets at the Belle Epoque”. [Video]
Tuesday June 25th
- 9.30am-10.30am: George Evans (Oregon), “Learning and the stock market”. [Video]
- 10.30am-11.30am: Albert Marcet (Barcelona), ”Learning about asset prices”. [Video]
- 11.40am-12.15pm: Daan in’t Veld (Amsterdam), “Heterogeneity and crises”. [Video]
- 2.00pm-2.50pm: Gabriel Desgranges (Paris), “Eductively stable transmission of information: a survey”. [Video]
- Discussant: Elchanan Ben Porath (Jerusalem).[Video]
- 3.00pm-5.30pm: Shorter presentations.
- Stéphane Gauthier (Paris): “Privileged information exacerbates…volatility”. [Video]
- Olivier Gossner. (Paris): “Coordination under private monitoring”. [Video]
- Walt Pohl (Zurich): “Solving asset pricing models: a statistical approach”. [Video]
- Joel Peress (INSEAD), “The media and the diffusion of information”. [Video]
- Alejandro Bernales, (Santiago): “How fast can you trade…” [Video]