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China should focus more on consumption than on manufacture in order to pump economic growth, said Chen Zhiwu, a Professor of Finance at Yale School of Management.


Research from behavioral economists shows we are prone to overvalue recent returns more than the longer term — to our deep financial detriment. Yale University’s Robert Shiller and William Goetzmann, together with with Dasol Kim at Case Western Reserve, studied investor expectations of market performance and found that there’s a strong tendency to erroneously anticipate future returns based on recent trading history.


The shock from Brexit is pummeling investors on both sides of the Atlantic with huge losses.

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Global Network for Advanced Management Investment Competition Announces Winners

Ten teams from throughout the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) took part in the six-month contest, which challenged students to assemble and manage a stock portfolio from companies based...

June 8, 2016

Goetzmann: Financial engineering goes back 5,000 years

Bloomberg.com Author William Goetzmann discusses his new book "Money Changes Everything". He speaks with Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Surveillance. Click here to access the...

June 8, 2016
Financial History

Tobias Moskowitz appointed the inaugural Dean Takahashi Professor of Finance

Yale News Moskowitz, currently the Fama Family Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, will assume his new position in July. He has been a visiting professor of...

June 8, 2016
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