Award-winning financial journalist Edward Chancellor explains our current global financial position and how we got here. In his latest book, The Price of Time, Chancellor explores the history of interest and its essential function in determining how capital is allocated and priced.
In this program based on her latest book, Cheryl Strauss Einhorn discusses how to identify the psychology of your decision-making, your decision strengths and where you may have potential blind spots. Ms. Einhorn is interviewed by Paul Johnson, founding partner of Nicusa Investment Advisors and an adjunct professor at the Fordham University Gabelli School of Business.
The Museum Finance Academy (MFA) at NYPL is a FREE virtual personal finance course for high school and college-age students with the goal of teaching teens to aspire to financial independence through developing an appreciation for savings, establishing financial goals and learning to avoid scams.
The series runs every Wednesday in July at 12:00pm (ET). Register today.
Join the Museum, in partnership with the New York Public Library’s Thomas Yoseloff Business Center, for a FREE virtual series on investing. The series aims to provide participants with an understanding of what professional investors look for when reviewing stocks, bonds, mutual funds and options.
The series runs every Tuesday in July and August at 12:00pm (ET). Register today.
Economists endlessly debate the nature of legal tender monetary systems—coins and bills issued by a government or other authority. Yet the origins of these currencies have received little attention. Watch our virtual event with Professor Dror Goldberg, in conversation with renowned economic historian Richard Sylla, as he speaks on his latest book, Easy Money.