Big bonuses tempt executives to gamble with company money, but they may make sense for a company in crisis.
Research says top managers are good at what they do, yet most investors can't benefit from it.
Research finds there are differences in skill among fund managers, but identifying the top funds is no easy task for investors.
A Stanford economist and his colleague at Oxford propose a new strategy to reduce the risk of taxpayer-funded bailouts.
Game theory shows why "discretionary" spending programs lead to more self-interested behavior by politicians than "mandatory" spending programs.
A new study shows how corporations with tarnished reputations can regain their financial value by undertaking broad-based goodwill efforts.
New research by Stanford GSB Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer shows that the more money we earn, the more money we want.
New research from Stanford suggests stricter capital regulation is needed to prevent another financial crisis.
A finance professor gives seven basic insights to better understand angel investors.
A lesson on post-crisis financial stress disorder from 18th century Amsterdam.