In a joint effort, the Wharton School with financial support from The Rodney L. White Center for Financial Research, and Stanford Graduate School of Business are offering a workshop for outstanding PhD students.
The workshop will focus on the recent innovations that have transformed the field, teaching students how to apply the rational expectations equilibrium concept to the money management industry and exploring the empirical consequences of applying the concept consistently.
Faculty and Curriculum
The workshop will be co-taught by Jonathan Berk (Stanford Graduate School of Business) and Jules van Binsbergen (The Wharton School). The professors have designed a curriculum including both lectures and expository sessions designed to elicit new ideas for original research.
Who Should Apply
The workshop is intended for PhD students who have completed most of their required course work and are either looking for dissertation topics or working on their dissertations.
Call for Applications via SSRN
Find or workshop your dissertation topic.
Apply for one of 30 seats in this innovative masterclass for PhD students in finance and economics.
The program will cover flights, lodging, and meals for accepted students.