Stigler Center Talks

Stigler Center Event: David Yermack on Blockchains and the Future of Finance

Yermack, the Albert Fingerhut Professor of Finance and Business Transformation at New York University Stern School of Business, will teach a mini-course of three...

Can the Euro Be Saved? A Stigler Center Panel Pits Skepticism Versus Optimism

Joseph Stiglitz: "it may be necessary to abandon the euro to save the European project." Markus Brunnermeier: “the situation is improving. The structural reforms really worked,...

Stiglitz, Brunnermeier, and Zingales: Is the Euro Project Doomed?

Join us for a panel between Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz and Markus Brunnermeier, both authors of recent books on the future of the Euro....

Stigler Center Talk: Deutsche Bank Whistleblower on the SEC and Revolving Doors

Eric Ben-Artzi, the former Deutsche Bank risk officer turned whistleblower who rejected a multi-million dollar award from the SEC, will give a talk at...

Why Most Boards Fail

A Stigler Center panel debate examines the impact of activist shareholders and the role of dissenting board members. Corporate governance has seen some substantial reforms...

Stigler Center Talk: Corporate Governance in an Era of Shareholder Activism

The Stigler Center will host a panel on the prevalence of shareholder activism and how to improve corporate oversight on May 3rd.  Shareholder activism has experienced...

Stigler Center Talk: Uber and the Future of Work-On-Demand

David Plouffe,  board member and Chief Advisor at Uber, is coming to give a talk at the Stigler Center. Within seven years, Uber has managed...

Stigler Center Talk: Bo Rothstein on What Makes Scandinavian Countries Non-Corrupt

Oxford’s Bo Rothstein, one of the most influential political scientists in the world today, will discuss the historical experience of Scandinavian countries in eradicating...

Stigler Center Talk: Robert Bilott on How to Protect Our Drinking Water

The lawyer who has been dubbed "DuPont's Worst Nightmare" will discuss the legal, regulatory, political, and scientific challenges of addressing unregulated chemical contaminants in drinking...

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Google’s Anticompetitive Conduct and the Remedies to Prevent It

The Stigler Center, of which ProMarket is a part, recently hosted a panel discussion looking at the antitrust case against Google and...