Steven Berry & Jean Tirole at the LACEA 16th Annual Meeting

“Inversion, Indices and Instruments: Identifying Differentiated Products Demand” was the topic of the third plenary at the LACEA 16th Annual Meeting. Steven Berry, Yale University, held a discussion on how the new economic thinking centered around differentiated products should be taken on and some of its implications.

Steven Berry - Plenary III

Steven Berry, Yale University

Jean Tirole, Toulouse School of Economics, addressed the “Commonality of Information, Tranching and Liquidity” at the fourth plenary. He developed a rigorous presentation of his robust econometric model to reach certain facts such as that if future illiquidity is expected, it will generate illiquidity today.

Jean Tirole - Plenary IV

Jean Tirole, Toulouse School of Economics

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