The next installment in our Nostalgic Research series is Why Invest in Emerging Markets? The Role of Conditional Return Asymmetry, published in 2014.
Inquire Europe has launched a community page at LinkedIn As from this week we will be regularly posting announcements and industry insights. It will serve as a new channel to remain informed of all Inquire Europe activities, insights, and more importantly - the research that we endorse.
Authors, both academics and from the financial industry, are invited to submit papers for presentation at our 30th anniversary seminar. The seminar is devoted to "Challenges for long term asset allocation over the next 30 years"
The prize committee of Inquire Europe decided to award the prize for the Joint Spring Seminar 2019 seminar to David Rapach (Saint Louis University), for his presentation entitled “Sparse Macro Factors”.
The prize committee of Inquire Europe decided to award the prize for the Joint Spring Seminar 2018 seminar to Stanislava Nikolova (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), for her presentation titled "The Bond Pricing Implications of Rating-Based Capital Requirements"
The joint prize committee of Inquire Europe and Inquire UK have decided to award the prize for the Spring 2017 seminar to Zhongjin Lu (University of Georgia) and Scott Murray* (Georgia State University) for the presentation titled “Bear Beta”.
To create a mix of "juniors" and "seniors" at the seminar members are given the opportunity to have a “Young Professional” within their organization to join a seminar of Inquire Europe. Do you want to bring a "young professional" to the Autumn Seminar?
The joint prize committee of Inquire Europe and Inquire UK have decided to award the prize for the Spring 2016 seminar to Gonçalo Faria for his presentation titled “The correlation risk premium term structure”.
From 13 - 15 March 2016 the Joint Spring Seminar 2016 was held at the Okura in Amsterdam. The video registrations and all seminar materials are available, for Inquire Europe & UK member companies only, on our website.
The prize committee of Inquire Europe decided to award the prize for the Autumn 2015 seminar to Pierre Collin-Dufresne (Swiss Finance Institute, EPFL), for his presentation titled "Do prices reveal the presence of informed trading?"
Inquire Europe was funded 1990. The Group was established to bring together investment professionals interested in understanding and developing quantitative solutions to financial and investment problems. From 4 - 6 October we will celebrate our 25th anniversary in Athens with a seminar on "Liquidity & Trading". The program and invitations for the anniversary seminar will be available in July 2015.
The joint prize committee of Inquire Europe and Inquire UK have decided to award the prize for the Spring 2015 seminar to Semyon Malamud for his presentation titled “Portfolio Selection with Options”.