Topical Meeting

All day

This event is private.

New York, NY

Co-hosted by Morgan Stanley


As markets, regulations, technologies, and societies evolve, distinct changes can occur in the behaviors and outcomes these systems exhibit. The increased use of big data can impact the need and ability of firms and investors to manage these new regimes. Insights born from the examination of new datasets might facilitate regime change. Yet firms' ability to respond to such changes might be impacted by an increased reliance on predictive models that exploit new data but struggle to accommodate regime change. This meeting explored the nature and prevalence of regime change, and its implications on management in the era of big data.

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