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About Fabio Caccioli
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Entries by Fabio Caccioli
Systemic risk in the financial system is risk tied not to one specific firm, but to the interactions between firms – for example, through possible avalanches of spreading financial distress. One important form of systemic risk arises from indirect links between financial institutions, created when financial institutions invest in the same assets.
London Mathematical Laboratory
8 Margravine Gardens
What Are We Weighting For? A Mechanistic Model for Probability Weighting by Mark Kirstein
Video Conference, D-TEA Conference
16 June 2020
Risk Preferences in Time Lotteries by Yonatan Berman
Video Conference, Paris School of Economics
17 June 2020
Risk Preferences in Time Lotteries by Mark Kirstein
Video Conference, TU Dresden
17 June 2020
Science on Screen: The Martian (12A) + Presentation by Professor Neil Gershenfeld
23 June 2020 – CANCELLED
LML Summer School 2020
6 July to 31 July 2020 – CANCELLED