A review of the interaction of finance and religion shows not only has there been a long historical relationship between them, but religion continues to influence financial decision-making.
In this article, the authors report findings on changes in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s mortgage loan quality by analyzing over 15 million loans from 2001-2015.
Practitioners of all sized companies are reassessing their expectations that the Federal Reserve can effectively stimulate growth and planning accordingly.
Fostering a sense of high-involvement community strengthened by high-quality connections may be the recipe for competitive advantage in today’s marketplace.
This article reviews the primary roles of venture capitalists and relays key management advice from Silicon Valley VCs normally reserved for their portfolio firms.
Managing well matters in fighting against poverty; research finds the processes of everyday business has potential to improve the well-being of the global poor.
When does earnings management become earnings manipulation, and when does earnings manipulation become outright misrepresentation? This is an important question.
Companies operating in managed exchange rate environments may be able to use a similar proxy to establish suitable prices and to profit from currency speculation.
This study investigates how holding and transaction costs can affect the cost calculus of commission-free ETFs and provides a recommendation on how to minimize costs.
Empirical observations, laboratory experiments, and game theory offer guidance for a prudent person doing repeat business with potentially untrustworthy partners.
Too often the ability of the community of disabled persons to constructively contribute to society and the recognition of their need to do so is overlooked.
Read the summaries of the Keynote Speakers: Steve Collis and Susan Dentzer as well as the summaries of the three panels for the 2015 Healthcare Symposium.
After the crisis in Cyprus, even smaller depositors lost money in Cyprus banks. This raises a troubling question: will bank bail-ins—by depositors, creditors and bondholders—become the norm in other countries as well?
SOX includes a broad prohibition on obstruction of justice. Should that criminal statute apply to a commercial fisherman improperly disposing of undersized fish?