CentER is a world-class research institute that draws on the academic expertise of some of the most outstanding minds in the field of economics and business. With its international orientation, CentER offers an environment that fosters rigorous academic research across the entire spectrum of economics and business research, while its Research Master and PhD programmes in economics and business research prepare the next generation of economists and business researchers to meet the challenges of the economy of the future.
The Center for Research in Econometric Analysis of Time Series is funded by the Danish National Research Foundation. The center is hosted by the School of Economics and Management at Aarhus University.
Le CREST est un centre de recherche dépendant du GENES : Groupe des Ecoles Nationales d'Economie et Statistique de l'INSEE (Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques). Ce groupe comprend également l'ENSAE (Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Economique), l'ENSAI (Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Analyse de l'Information) et un centre de formation permanente, le CEPE (Centre d'Etudes des Programmes Economiques).
The NCER was established in July 2006 and is a research organisation dedicated to enhancing econometric research and to disseminating the outcomes to policymakers, business professionals, and the academic community. This research embraces all forms of econometrics, including the development of new methodologies, estimating quantitative models of economic and financial behaviour, assessing the effects of public policy and projecting the effects of alternative policy proposals.
The Institute aims to be a leading academy for research in Financial Economics, with particular emphasis and attention on Financial Econometrics – a discipline of growing importance and relevance to the financial services sector. To achieve its mission, the Institute will be vested with four key functions: generating cutting edge research, organising training activities, driving education and developing human resources in Financial Economics. The Sim Kee Boon Institute will carry out its work in close collaboration with leading thinkers and academics in economics from around the world as well as international organisations and industry experts. The Institute is the latest addition to SMU’s existing stable of 14 Institutes and Centres of Excellence.
The Stevanovich Center advances the understanding of the increasingly complex world of financial markets by integrating mathematics, statistics, and economics. The Center brings together leading academic researchers and financial professionals whose insights from daily experience in the markets can help translate theory into improved practice. This interaction will lead to more sophisticated tools to address challenges that range from analyzing, visualizing, and interpreting massive data sets, to building more accurate, tractable, and robust models to measure, price, and hedge risk.
The Swiss Finance Institute is a private foundation created in 2006 by Switzerland's banking and finance community in cooperation with leading Swiss universities. It supports and advances research, doctoral training and executive education in banking and finance. The Institute is supported by the Swiss banks, the Swiss Stock Exchange, Swiss universities and the Swiss Federal Government.
The Volatility Institute was created at New York University Stern School of Business in 2009 under the direction of Nobel Laureate and volatility expert Professor Robert Engle. The Volatility Institute’s mission is to develop and disseminate research on risks in financial markets and closely related topics in financial econometrics. The Institute can help shape the world of finance by providing state of the art, up-to-the-minute financial information to academics, practitioners, regulators and policy makers globally. Students and faculty worldwide will find educational resources for teaching and learning.
The Wharton Financial Institutions Center, at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, sponsors and directs primary research on financial institutions and their interface with financial markets. The Center was established in 1992 with funds provided by the Sloan Foundation and was designated as the Sloan Industry Center for Financial Institutions, the first such center designated for a service-sector industry. It is now supported by private research partners, corporate sponsors, and various foundations and non-profit organizations. The Center has hundreds of affiliated scholars at leading institutions world-wide, and it continues to define the research frontier, hosting an influential working paper series and a variety of conferences (academic, industry, and crossover).