Investor Flows Were Behind the 2008 Oil Price Wild Ride
The 2008 turmoil in world oil prices was not caused by an imbalance of supply and demand, argues Professor Kenneth Singleton.
When They Are Wrong, Analysts May Dig in Their Heels
When they are wrong about quarterly earnings forecasts, analysts may stubbornly stick to their erroneous views, a tendency that might contribute to market bubbles and busts, according to research coauthored by John Beshears.
Too Much Information Clouds Negotiators'Judgments
Recent research warns that knowing our negotiation partners too well or having the wrong kind of information about them can actually produce less successful negotiating results than having no information.