August 12, 2022

July Faculty Updates

CGA Professor John V. Kane was interviewed for, and quoted in, a recent article in City & State news. Professor Kane was asked about his thoughts on U.S. House primary elections in New York State and the state of the Republican Party at present.

Last year, CGA's Edward Price predicted the end of the forward guidance, the Federal Reserve's practice of communicating its monetary policy decisions in advance. This week, it's come to pass... Read on for Edward's analysis in The Financial Times Alphaville. "We should see the death of forward guidance for what it is: a systemic dysfunction in mainstream economics." 

CGA's Edward Price in Barron's today: "The first rule of thinking about risk is that thinking about risk can itself become a risk."

CGA professor Christian Busch just published a new article on impact measurement in the MIT Sloan Management Review.

On July 7, Professor Jennifer Trahan presented on Legal Limits to the Veto in the Face of Atrocity the EU Mission to the United Nations. She presented to the 26 legal advisers to the UN Missions of EU member states.

On July 8, Anne Marie Goetz, PhD presented a statement on "WPS and Protection from Atrocities: UN Perspective" at a "Workshop on Gender and Atrocity Prevention" at Cardozo Law School, sponsored by the Cardozo Law Institute in Holocaust and Human Rights, the University of Leeds, and the ECR2P. Professor Jennifer Trahan also participated and both Professors served as Discussants. Program details and links to related documentation can be found here.

CGA Professor Clint Mixon departed service at NY City Cyber Command to take a full time position at The New School as the Information Security Lead.

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