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CBER Symposium: Decentralized Exchanges
The event will be hosted by Leonid Kogan (MIT) and will include the following presentations:

- “The Need for Fees at a DEX: How Increases in Fees Can Increase DEX Trading Volume”
Fahad Saleh (Wake Forest University)
Co-Authors: Joel Hasbrouck (NYU Stern) and Thomas Rivera (McGill University)

- "Automated Market Making and Loss-Versus-Rebalancing"
Anthony Zhang (University of Chicago)
Co-Authors: Jason Milionis (Columbia University), Ciamac Moallemi (Columbia University) and Tim Roughgarden (Columbia University)

Oct 20, 2022 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Anthony Zhang
Assistant Professor of Finance @University of Chicago
Anthony Lee Zhang joined Chicago Booth as an Assistant Professor of Finance in 2019. He conducts research in finance. His research focuses on household finance, industrial organization, real estate, and web3/defi. Zhang has received a number of honors and awards, including the 2019 AQR Top Finance Graduate Award and the 2018 Facebook Fellowship. Zhang earned a BA in economics from the University of Chicago in 2013, where he received the Becker Friedman Institute Award for Academic Achievement in Microeconomics, and a PhD in Economic Analysis and Policy from the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2019.
Fahad Saleh
Associate Professor of Finance @Wake Forest University
Fahad Saleh is an Associate Professor of Finance and the Nunnenkamp-Cinelli Faculty Fellow at Wake Forest University. His research focuses on economic questions associated with blockchain and has been published in leading academic journals such as Management Science, the Review of Financial Studies, and the Journal of Financial Economics. He serves on the editorial board for Management Science and the World Scientific Annual Review of Fintech. He holds a PhD in Finance from New York University's Stern School of Business and also graduate and undergraduate degrees, both in Operations Research Engineering, from Columbia University and Cornell University respectively.