An accounting professor says shareholders need accountants to keep track of asset history, not to forecast future prices.
New research by Stanford GSB Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer shows that the more money we earn, the more money we want.
A lesson on post-crisis financial stress disorder from 18th century Amsterdam.
New research suggests American investors may have overreacted to this form of going public.
A group of economists turns to an unusual source for funding: strangers.
Institutional investors often favor deals close to home — even though it can cost them dearly.
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.
A team of scholars studies the link between emotions and investment behavior.
New research finds support for valuing bank securities at current market value.