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Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF)

 

 

 

CERF

 

CERF Research Projects

CERF promotes research in the University into all aspects of the practice and history of finance, financial institutions, and financial markets, and their relationship with economic behaviour and performance. The pursuit of these objectives will build on work already established in the Judge Institute of Management Studies and elsewhere in the University.

CERF supports funding research programmes in the University, to include support for scholars, seminars, visiting scholars, and dissemination of results. The research programmes will draw on a wide range of disciplines relevant to an understanding of finance, including economics, history, law, mathematics, computer science, management, and social and political science.

CERF Funding Opportunities

Current Research Projects

Completed Research Projects

Research Centres

Cambridge Finance

 

Christ's College Wisteria

Latest news

PhD advisor and co-author of CERF post-doc Xinyu Hou wins Nobel Prize in Economics

11 October 2022

Philip H Dybvig from Washington University is (joint with Bernanke and Diamond) a recipient of this year’s Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his research on banks and financial crises. Prof. Dybvig is the former PhD advisor of Dr Xinyu Hou who is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Cambridge Endowment...