The forces of globalization and economic integration have fundamentally changed the way business is conducted. Domestic firms have become multinational firms, which has implications on how securities , financial markets, and economic trends are analyzed and understood. The research page contains cutting-edge analysis from think tanks, financial institutions, universities, and foundations.
How Big Should A Bank Be?
By: Bob DeYoung, Professor of Finance at the University of Kansas
Reassessing the Regulatory Role of the Fed
By: Charles Calomiris, Professor of Finance at Columbia University
Government and International Economy
By Eric Werker, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard University
Valuation Approaches and Metrics
By: Aswath Damodaran, Professor of Finance at New York University