Due to continuing power outages in Lower Manhattan, The New School will remain closed until Monday, November 5, therefore this event has been cancelled. Please check the events calendar should this be rescheduled.
Dr. Stefan Mittnik, the Fall 2012 Theodor Heuss Visiting Professor in Economics at The New School for Social Research will deliver a lecture entitled "The Euro Imbroglio: Crisis Management or Management Crisis?" with comments by Professor Willi Semmler, Arnhold Professor of International Cooperation and Development, The New School for Social Research.
Professor Stefan Mittnik holds the chair of Financial Econometrics at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich, Germany, and also directs the university’s Center for Quantitative Risk Analysis, which conducts research in the area of measuring, quantifying and modeling risk. After his diploma degree in mechanical engineering and management from the Technical University Berlin in 1981, he received a master’s degree in development economics from the University of Sussex, England, and, in 1987, studying under Hyman Minsky and Edward Greenberg, a PhD in economics from Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to joining the Ludwig Maximilians University, he taught as assistant and associate professor at SUNY Stony Brook (1987-1994) and the University of Kiel, Germany (1994-2003).
This event is presented by The New School for Social Research's Office of the Dean. A reception will follow the lecture.