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Writing for Forbes.com, Professor Amiyatosh Purnanandam says companies should consider the dangers of unanticipated events.
Michigan Ross Professor Jeremy Kress argues that newly loosened rules could lead to financial disaster.
Writing for Forbes.com, Professor Amiyatosh Purnanandam emphasizes the importance of outside shareholders.
Writing in The Hill, Professor Paolo Pasquariello explains what’s behind recent declines.
Research by Ross Professor Indrajit Mitra examines the reasons for age disparities.
Jeremy Kress argues that financial stability regulators are moving in the wrong direction.
Study by Professor Uday Rajan and colleagues highlights the lack of regulation in the market.
New approach recommended by Amiyatosh Purnanandam and colleagues offers a better way to identify potential problems.