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Innovat:invest 2016 – Keynote: Robert C. Merton

May 27 2016 | Speeches and Seminars
Where ideas meet experts Keynote speaker: Robert C. Merton, Nobel laureate in Economic Sciences 1997 and professor at the MIT

Keynote Speech by Professor Robert C. Merton

Jan 13 2016 | Speeches and Seminars
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.

Faculty Session: Robert C. Merton

Feb 1 2016 | Speeches and Seminars
The Crisis in Retirement Planning

Robert C. Merton in conversation: innovations for a better retirement

Oct 27 2016 | Interviews
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 Merton

Mar 8 2016 | Interviews
Robert C. Merton PhD ’70 School of Management Distinguished Professor of Finance Nobel laureate in Economics, 1997

Robert C. Merton in conversation: a passion for retirement

Oct 27 2016 | Interviews
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. In this clip, Robert C. Merton explains his passion for retirement solutions.

Robert C. Merton in conversation with Peter Tufano

Oct 27 2016 | Interviews
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.