Chincarini speaks about crowding and selectivity theory at the 17th Annual Bernstein Quantitative Finance Conference

October 13, 2020. Chincarini briefly speaks about crowding and crowded spaces. He then introduces the new concept of selectivity theory. Presented for hundreds of people worldwide at the 17th Annual Bernstein Quantitative Finance Conference.  
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Readers & Thinkers: The 2020 Nobel Prize in Economics. Going, going, gone!

Dear All: Well, who won? The Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences for 2020 was announced today, October 12, 2020. It went to Robert Wilson and Paul Milgrom. Wilson is 83 years old and was born in Geneva, Nebraska.   He obtained his B.A. and D.B.A. from Harvard University.  The majority of his work was done while a Professor at Stanford University.  He is currently the Adams Distinguished Professor...
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Readers & Thinkers: The 2020 Nobel Prize in Economics. Prediction

Dear All: This week begins the annual announcement of Nobel Prizes in a variety of fields. The economics Nobel prize will be announced on October 12, 2020. Last Year’s Winner Last year, the prize was given to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer “for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.” Who will win in 2020? As I’ve said before, it’s just too hard to predict...
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Readers & Thinkers: The 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics. Flipping Coins for Poverty

Dear All: Well, who won? The Nobel prize for economic sciences for 2019 was announced today, October 14, 2019. It went to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer.  Banerjee is 58 years old and was born in Kolkata, India.   He obtained his B.S. from the University of Calcutta, his M.A. from Jawahalal University, and his Ph.D. from Harvard University.  The majority of his work was done...
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Readers & Thinkers: The 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics. Prediction

Dear All: This week begins the annual announcement of Nobel Prizes in a variety of fields. The economics Nobel prize will be announced on October 14, 2019. Last Year’s Winner Last year, the prize was given to Romer “for integrating technological innovations into long-run macroeconomic analysis”, while Nordhaus received the prize “for integrating climate change into long-run macroeconomic...
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