The EDHEC-PRINCETON University International Conference – 3rd Edition

Written on 29 April 2015.


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EDHEC-Risk Institute and Princeton University hosted 120 finance professionals at the Princeton Club in New York for the EDHEC – Princeton Institutional Money Management Conference on 23 April. During the event, EDHEC-Risk Institute and Princeton ORFE experts presented the latest academic research in institutional investment management to a select group of investment professionals.

Conference topics included:

Equity Portfolios with Improved Liability-Hedging Benefits
Lionel Martellini, Professor of Finance, EDHEC Business School, and Scientific Director, EDHEC-Risk Institute

When Everyone Misses on the Same Side: Debiased Earnings Surprises and Stock Returns
Jianqing Fan, Frederick L. Moore '18 Professor of Finance, Professor of Statistics, and Chairman of the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering (ORFE), Princeton University

Synthetic Diversification: The Theory and Practice of Creating Diversification via Randomization?
John Mulvey, Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, ORFE Department, Princeton University

Portfolio Choice and Asset Pricing with Illiquid Assets
Raman Uppal, Professor of Finance, EDHEC-Risk Institute

Funding Liquidity Risk and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns

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