Financial Issues Forum Presents: Cheryl Strauss Einhorn on “Problem Solver: Maximizing Your Strengths to Make Better Decisions” | Posted on Jun 13, 2023

How do you approach your decisions? Are you an Adventurer, Detective, Listener, Thinker or Visionary? Join us for a conversation with Cheryl Strauss Einhorn.

How the Puritans Invented Modern Currency | Posted on May 03, 2023

Before the American Revolution, settlers in the Massachusetts colony planned to raid Quebec City and use their loot to pay their soldiers. After the invasion fell through, the colony created a form of payment for its military, resulting in the first currency that would later help them separate from England.

Financial Issues Forum Presents Dror Goldberg, in Conversation with Richard Sylla, on “Easy Money: American Puritans and the Invention of Modern Currency” | Posted on Apr 27, 2023

Economists endlessly debate the nature of legal tender monetary systems—coins and bills issued by a government or other authority. Yet the origins of these currencies have received little attention.

Artificial Intelligence and the Power of Prediction | Posted on Apr 24, 2023

Whether it’s the droids in Star Wars or the reality-bending technology in The Matrix, we’ve seen what artificial intelligence can achieve in fiction. In real life, machine learning is on the rise in tech, banking, and beyond. It has the power to change industry by working alongside human ingenuity.

“The Enduring Value of Roger Murray” Features Insights from His Students, Mario J. Gabelli ‘65 and Leon Cooperman | Posted on Apr 11, 2023

On January 31, 2023, the Gabelli School of Business, students, faculty members, alumni and industry partners were treated to a fascinating discussion.

Financial Issues Forum Presents Avi Goldfarb on “Power and Prediction: The Disruptive Economics of Artificial Intelligence” | Posted on Apr 04, 2023

Artificial intelligence (AI) has impacted many industries around the world—banking and finance, pharmaceuticals, automotive, medical technology, manufacturing and retail.

How Venture Capital Changed the Tech World in Silicon Valley | Posted on Mar 07, 2023

When author Sebastian Mallaby spoke overseas about his book, The Power Law: Venture Capital and the Making of the New Future, European audiences said the Silicon Valley boom could never happen in a place where investors are generally more risk-averse toward startups.

How the 20th Century Tech Boom Left Us Rich & Uncertain | Posted on Feb 28, 2023

In this webinar sponsored by the Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis, Museum of American Finance, and CFA Society of New York, J. Bradford DeLong, Ph.D., author, economist, and professor at the University of California at Berkeley, detailed this unprecedented era of transformation—and its unexpected and unfulfilled outcomes.

A New Chapter in U.S. Fiscal Policy | Posted on Feb 24, 2023

Throughout much of the United States’ financial history, the public has viewed government deficits as dangerous.

A Monetary and Fiscal History of the United States, 1961-2021 | Posted on Feb 01, 2023

Alan Blinder, Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University; Author. Join us for a virtual event with Alan Blinder, one of the world’s most influential economists

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