Distinguished Professor of Finance, MIT Sloan School & Nobel Laureate – Economics 1997
Lecture to Securities Analysts Association of Japan: Part 3
November 14 2018 | Speeches and Seminars
Hitotsubashi Hall, Hitosubashi University, Tokyo Japan
“Financial Innovation and Financial Science - Addressing the Challenge of Low Interest Rates and the Future of Asset Management”
Part 3: "Development of AI: Impact on the Economy"
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.
The University of San Francisco School of Management 2017 Silk Speaker Series includes key thought leaders on global affairs, the economy, and business. The Silk Speaker Series is designed to provide learning opportunities and discussions for USF’s students, alumni, faculty, and friends of the university.
Can financial innovation change our future? The next big financial test facing the U.S. economy is fixing our broken retirement system, says Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Merton.
S. Donald Sussman Award Lecture: Part 1
March 16 2017 | Speeches and Seminars
The first installment of his S. Donald Sussman Award Lectures, Robert C. Merton presented “Observations on the Role of Finance Science and Financial Innovation in Global Economic Growth and Development” at the Samberg Conference Center.
The second installment of his S. Donald Sussman Award Lectures, Robert C. Merton presented “Meeting the Global Challenge of Funding Retirement:
A Case Study of Financial Innovation in the Design and Implementation of a Solution” at MIT.
Part Two of the Series: Observations on the Role of Finance Science and Financial Innovation in Global Economic Growth and Development