As we emerge from a global pandemic and a period of economic stagnation, we can look to the past to gain inspiration for better times ahead. The year 1982 marked the start of almost four decades of U.S. economic growth.
Join us for a discussion with Kevin R. Mirabile, author of Exotic Alternative Investments: Standalone Characteristics, Unique Risks and Portfolio Effects (Anthem Press, 2021).
In this talk, George Szpiro will give examples of mathematical paradoxes and psychological conundrums that have led to advancements in economic science.
Join us for a fireside discussion with Dean Rapaccioli; alumnus Michael Bucella, GABELLI ’08; and adjunct faculty members Paul Johnson and Donna Redel.
So what exactly is a SPAC, or special purpose acquisition company? What would make some companies pick a SPAC over an IPO? And why are investors lining up to jump on the trend? Join us for an evening panel conversation explaining one of Wall Street’s hottest trends.
In Undiversified: The Big Gender Short in Investment Management, experienced practitioners Ellen Carr and Katrina Dudley examine the lack of women in investment management and propose solutions to improve the imbalance.
Join Donna Rapaccioli, dean of the Gabelli School of Business, for a fireside chat featuring Neha Coulon, global head of ESG solutions at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
How have women succeeded in investment management? Katrina Dudley, co-author of Undiversified: The Big Gender Short in Investment Management, will moderate a panel of successful female portfolio managers to highlight some of the brightest stars of the “constellation” of women investors profiled in the book.
In this presentation, Wasik will show a vastly under-studied side of Lincoln. As the only president to hold a patent, he was an innovator.
How can women increase their assets under management? Ellen Carr, co-author of Undiversified: The Big Gender Short in Investment Management and principal at a majority-women-owned investment-management firm, will moderate a panel of allocators and firm founders to discuss how allocators are identifying female-led firms for clients seeking to engage emerging managers (EM).
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