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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.
Professor Derek Harmon's research finds that efforts at transparency may have unintended negative consequences.
Writing in The Hill, Jeremy Kress says a seemingly reasonable bill has some troubling provisions in the details.
Professors Gautam Kaul and Greg Miller use a combination of online courses and in-person coaching to give managers a deep understanding of finance and accounting.
Study co-authored by Professor Scott Rick shows children develop spendthrift and tightwad tendencies independent of parental behavior.
Writing in The Hill, Professor Andrew Wu explains what’s driving bitcoin’s prices and why investors should use caution.