It’s simple, says the Nobel Prize winner: To get greater returns for retirement, be mindful of investment costs – and don’t look to the market for sympathy.
Over time, financial statements of public corporations show more losses, intangibles, and earnings restatements, which lower their value for predicting corporate bankruptcies.
Research on derivatives concludes they can add to a company’s leverage and market value.
A Stanford scholar says going public often slows innovation.
New research by Ilan Guttman explores how information disclosure can affect financial panics.
New research indicates it is even higher than you might think.
Why bankers like leverage—and what that could mean for the global financial system.
In a Reuters oped, Professor Anat Admati argues that bank dividend payouts to shareholders expose "the economy to unnecessary risks without valid justification."
A letter by Anat R. Admati and Neil M. Barofsky published by the Financial Times, March 8, 2012
After analyzing repurchase agreements by money-market funds and security lenders, these researchers believe that banks off-balance-sheet collateralization of commercial paper is more likely to have prompted the run on short-term debt financing in the recent financial crisis.