Description

Ten years after the financial crisis this conference will explore new ideas and mechanism designs aimed at addressing some of the most pressing issues facing financial markets and the macro-economy. The conference will feature a mix of speakers including experts on blockchain, fintech, financial decentralization, and innovative mechanism design.

The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance’s Annual Conference brings together preeminent researchers, policy experts, and market practitioners from across the globe to exchange ideas and shed new light on the most pressing economic issues of our time. The conference also exposes our students to a range of economic expertise and provides them with the opportunity to interact with leading academics and policy makers. This year's conference is co-sponsored by Microsoft Research.

View the agenda and speaker bios here:  https://jrc.princeton.edu/annual-conference/2019

The conference is open to the public. Registration is required. Please note that the conference will take place at two locations.

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019: Microsoft Technology Center (NYC)
Friday, Feb. 22, 2019: Princeton University Campus
Directions to the two sites are here: https://jrc.princeton.edu/annual-conference/2019/directions

Registration Fees

Student/Academic/Princeton Alumnus:
(university id required to enter)
Thursday, Feb. 21 & Friday, Feb. 22 (incl. breakfast and lunch): $20
Friday, Feb. 22 only (incl. lunch): Free

General Public/Industry/Government:
Thursday & Friday, Feb. 21-22 (incl. breakfast and lunch): $50
Friday, Feb. 22 only (incl. lunch): $30

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