MIT Sloan Sr. Lecturer John Minahan on Action Learning

MIT Master of Finance students will be using Action Learning as part of their 2012 Finance Research Practicum. Students will have the chance to engage in Real world problem:

“How has the 2011 European sovereign credit crisis changed the pricing relationship between sovereign bonds and credit default swaps written on those bonds?”

“ Why do 401(k) investment options offer daily liquidity when such liquidity is expensive and unnecessary?”

“ If one wants to back-test a long-short investment process, how should the fall of 2008 – when shorting in many stocks was banned – be treated in the back-test?”

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