Chicago Booth: Evidence-Based Policymaking in Financial Regulation
A discussion with Professor Christian Leuz of how academic research and economic analysis could improve policymaking and lead to smarter regulation.
The use of evidence and economic analysis in policymaking is on the rise, and accounting standard setting and financial regulation are no exception. Professor Christian Leuz, Joseph Sondheimer Professor of International Economics, Finance and Accounting at Chicago Booth, discusses the promise of evidence-based policymaking in financial regulation as well as the challenges and opportunities for research supporting this endeavor. He also revisits the rise of evidence-based medicine and points out that we can learn a lot from medicine.
This event is hosted by a campus partner. If you have any questions regarding registration or logistics of the event, e.g., where to meet, special assistance requests, parking, please contact Lawrence Burley, '16 at email@example.com.
Cost: $7.00/per person in advance; includes 1 drink.
$10.00/per person at the door with cash or check; includes 1 drink.
Wednesday, 06/6/18 at 6:00pm - 8:00pm | iCal
Room 100 450 N. Cityfront Plaza
Chicago, IL 60611
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Lawrence Burley, MBA'16