A Stanford theoretician of financial risk looks at how to fix the "pipes and valves" of modern finance.
Two scholars explain what could happen next in Nicosia — and the rest of Europe.
An economist shows how financial innovation can help reduce ethnic violence.
Gayle Lemmon discusses how entrepreneurs conduct business in some of the world’s most difficult and dangerous environments.
How Scholarship Can Help Alleviate Extreme Poverty
In March, Robert L. Joss became the 42nd recipient of the Ernest C. Arbuckle Award conferred by the Stanford Business School Alumni Association. The distinction recognizes major changes during his 10 years as dean, including increased collaboration with other schools at Stanford, construction of a new business school complex, and a retooled MBA curriculum.
Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Edward P. Lazear puts today's economic recovery in historical context.
A research paper coauthored by finance faculty member Anat Admati has been recognized by the Financial Times and International Centre for Financial Regulation (ICFR) in their jointly-sponsored third annual essay contest on financial regulation.
Europe’s banks also need to shore up their capital, not just borrow liquidity, say three experts on international finance.
A 2005 Stanford MBA says that mobile technology devices are revolutionizing banking and other services in Africa, similar to the way computers revolutionized industrialized countries.