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.


Federal Reserve System Purposes and Functions

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


Seven Pillars Institute
Insider Trading in Japan: The Nomura Case
Insider Trading: What Would Rawls Do

Government and International Economy

Corporate Governance at the World Bank and the Dilemma of Global Governance

By Eric Werker, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard University

Business Valuation

Valuation Approaches and Metrics
By: Aswath Damodaran, Professor of Finance at New York University


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