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Below are all the events that have taken place for 2010. You can sort events by clicking on "City", "Speaker", "Topic", or "Date".

CitySpeaker(s)TopicDate
Indianapolis Michael Gibbs "Managing Incentives in Tough Times" 01/12
Cleveland Michael Gibbs "Managing Incentives in Tough Times" 01/13
New Delhi Raghuram G. Rajan "The Financial Crisis and Beyond: Challenges for India and the Global Economy" 01/15
London Randall Kroszner

"Reforming the Financial System: What Went Wrong and How to (and How not to) Fix It"

02/22
Milwaukee Robert Topel Economic Policies to Mitigate Climate Change 03/03
Minneapolis Robert Topel Economic Policies to Mitigate Climate Change 03/04
Zurich Haresh Sapra The Economic Consequences of Increasing Accounting Transparency 03/23
London Haresh Sapra The Economic Consequences of Increasing Accounting Transparency 03/24
Moscow Harsh Sapra The Economic Consequences of Increasing Accounting Transparency 03/25
Dubai Robert Aliber and Marvin Zonis Joint Chicago Booth, INSEAD, and Credit Suisse Conference on the Future of Banking and the Emerging Markets 05/12
Athens Robert Aliber Four Waves of Financial Crises in 40 Years - Mexico, South Korea, Greece, the United States, and Norway:

The Story of Dysfunctional International Monetary Arrangements

05/13
Mexico City Scott F. Meadow "Ready! Fire! Aim!": Concept Verification and Commercializing Innovation 06/08
Los Angeles Raghuram G. Rajan Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy 06/14
Washington DC Raghuram G. Rajan Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy 06/15
New York Raghuram G. Rajan Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy 06/17
Hong Kong Steven Kaplan Should You Bet On the Jockey or the Horse? Evaluating New Businesses From a Private Equity Perspective 06/18
Paris Scott F. Meadow "I Love Cash Flow": The Return to Discipline in Commercializing Innovation 06/21
Brussels

Scott F. Meadow

"I Love Cash Flow": The Return to Discipline in Commercializing Innovation 06/22
Shanghai Steven Kaplan Should You Bet On the Jockey or the Horse? Evaluating New Businesses From a Private Equity Perspective 06/22
London Scott F. Meadow  "Ready! Fire! Aim!": Concept Verification and Commercializing Innovation 06/24
Warsaw Scott F. Meadow "I Love Cash Flow": The Return to Discipline in Commercializing Innovation 06/29
London Raghuram G. Rajan  Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy  07/01
New Delhi Raghuram G. Rajan Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy 07/29
Mumbai Raghuram G. Rajan Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy 08/02
Amsterdam Canice Prendergast You Get What You Pay for – The Paradox of Pay and Performance 11/09
Geneva Canice Prendergast You Get What You Pay for – The Paradox of Pay and Performance 11/10
London Canice Prendergast You Get What You Pay for – The Paradox of Pay and Performance 11/11
Singapore Raghuram G. Rajan Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy 11/11
New Delhi Steven Kaplan Should You Bet On the Jockey or the Horse?: Evaluating New Businesses From a Private Equity Perspective 12/17