On October 12, The Ronald and Maxine Linde Institute of Economic and Management Sciences and the Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences hosted the second finance open house to give students the opportunity to learn about how a Caltech education fits in a finance career path.
Fifth-year social science PhD student Han Seo is interested in experimental economics and behavioral economics. While on his Linde Institute fellowship for the fall and winter terms of the 2018–2019 academic year, he is measuring the diversity of individual preferences with respect to how much they care about other people's well-being when making economic choices.
Enabled by research funding from The Ronald and Maxine Linde Institute of Economic and Management Sciences over the past year, Caltech faculty and students were able to pursue important initiatives, including but not limited to the following projects...
Organized by Assistant Professor of Economics and Mathematics Omer Tamuz, along with his colleagues Ben Golub (Harvard) and Manuel Mueller-Frank (IESE), this three-day workshop featured the latest research on social and economic networks and their connection with information economics.
The third summer of The Linde Institute’s Summer Undergraduate Startup Internship (SUSI) program gets under way this month with five Caltech undergraduates who were matched with startups in the greater Los Angeles area for unique summer internships.
On March 2, leading academics studying private equity, venture capital, and entrepreneurial finance gathered for a conference organized by Michael Ewens (Caltech), Arthur Korteweg (USC), and Rick Townsend (USCD).