Long Run Growth of Financial Technology
---- Acknowledgments ----
We thank Marios Angeletos, Markus Brunnermeier, Martin Eichenbaum, Sergio Rebelo, Steven Strongin and Xavier Vives, seminar and conference participants at Cornell, Fordham, Maryland, NYU, Princeton, Stanford, Yale and the SED conference, the NASDAQ DRP research day and the LAEF conference on information in finance for comments. We thank Goldman Sachs for their financial support through the GMI Fellowship program. We thank John Barry, Chase Coleman, Matias Covarrubias, Roxana Mihet and Arnav Sood for their capable research assistance. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Laura Veldkamp ----
I have visited or lectured at the following institutions, where I have received an honorarium and/or have been paid travel expenses:
EIEF, Rome, Italy, research visitor.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, US. As consultant to the Research Department.
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, US. As consultant to the Research Department.
Goldman Sachs, as a GMI fellow.
Standard & Poors, one-time honorarium.
University of California at Los Angeles, as a guest Ph.D. lecturer
I also receive a salary from Elsevier as an editor of the Journal of Economic Theory.