Markets are dysfunctional because they mirror dysfunctional political systems and political players and dysfunctional monetary policies.
Despite recent statistics depicting the economy heading back into downturn, presentations at the 2011 Economic Forecast Conference show positive growth.
Foreword by Joetta Forsyth, PhD, Assistant Professor of Finance … One of the many joys of teaching at Pepperdine is the chance to hear the many creative ideas that students have about solving business problems as well as problems with our economy. Last trimester I was discussing with my students the topic of how bank … Continued
Can’t view this video? Click here to open in new window. “We are living through extraordinary economic times; many of the accepted market conventions have disintegrated in the last two years. Is there a new kind of capitalism in our future and what are the most important areas of intervention?” This is the question that … Continued