SFI Evening Seminar with Professor Albert-Laszló Barabási of Northeastern and Harvard Universities
Topic: Networks: Formation, Dynamics and Control • How are networks generated and how do they grow? • Similarities and differences between social and natural networks • Opportunities of social networks for the banking industry • Risk management of networks - from the outside or as a part of it?
Speaker: Albert-Laszló Barabasi is Professor of Northeastern and Harvard Universities. He is a leading network system researcher. He became famous in the natural sciences in the 1980's for his discovery of how do networks grow. In the last years he successfully studied technological and social systems.
12.11.2015 Swiss Finance Institute has attributed its Outstanding Paper Award to “The Impact of Treasury Supply on Financial Sector Lending and Stability”, a research paper by Arvind Krishnamurthy of Stanford University and Annette Vissing-Jorgensen of the University of California Berkeley that studies how government debt crowds out financial sector short-term debt. Press Release