Financial Markets, Volatility, and Crises: A Decade Later
The Jacobs Levy Center’s 2018 Conference was held Friday, September 14 at the New York Hilton Midtown. The overall program had a special focus on the tenth anniversary of the financial crisis and included paper presentations, a panel discussion on market crises, and a networking cocktail reception.
The event featured a keynote presentation with Nobel Laureate Robert Shiller and Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel. Additional paper presentations covered stock price bubbles, how emerging risks can be detected in the financial sector, and whether ETF trading strategies destabilize the broader market. The program also included a panel discussion on the impact of past, present, and future market crises.
Behind the Markets (SiriusXM)
Shiller: The market is experiencing ‘irrational exuberance’ (Yahoo! Finance)
After the crash came the longest bull market ever. What now? (CNN Money)
Nobel Prize winner Shiller sees ‘bad times in the stock market’ ahead (CNBC)
Are Stock Prices Too Low or Too High? Siegel vs. Shiller (ThinkAdvisor)
Siegel vs. Shiller: Is the Stock Market Overvalued? (Knowledge@Wharton)
What Causes Financial Crises? (Knowledge@Wharton)
Shiller, Siegel And Greenwood Discuss Valuations, Bubbles And More (Seeking Alpha)
Shiller versus Siegel: Are Stocks Too High? (Advisor Perspectives)
The Jacobs Levy Center thanks this year’s conference sponsors for their added support.