These videos accompany the forthcoming book, “In Pursuit of the Perfect Portfolio” by Stephen Foerster (Ivey Business School at Western University) and Andrew W. Lo (MIT), 2017. Follow "Watch Video" link to see the full version. See below for the short edit.
Professor Robert C. Merton, Nobel Prize Winning Economist talks about the role of financial innovation in escaping the current low-growth environment at The Geneva Association's 43rd annual General Assembly. Professor Merton is the School of Management Distinguished Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management and University Professor Emeritus at Harvard University. He is also the Resident Scientist at Dimensional Holdings Inc.
‘Financial Stability and Innovation’, Geneva Association Meeting, Rome, Italy, June 2016
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Keynote speaker: Robert C. Merton, Nobel laureate in Economic Sciences 1997 and professor at the MIT
Keynote Speech by Professor Robert C. Merton in International Capital Markets Conference (ICMC) on “Building Regional Capital Markets: Global Experiences, GMS Aspirations” ON November 30, 2015.
The Crisis in Retirement Planning
Nobel prize winning Economist Robert C. Merton visited Saïd Business School, University of Oxford for the JOIM-Oxford-EDHEC Retirement Investing Conference. Oxford Saïd’s Dean Peter Tufano caught up with him to discuss what the future might hold for pensions, retirement and young people looking towards a career in finance.
Watch Robert C. Merton and Peter Tufano discuss innovations for a better retirement, including the relative risks and merits of reverse mortgages.
Robert C. Merton PhD ’70
School of Management Distinguished Professor of Finance
Nobel laureate in Economics, 1997