Professor Zhiwu Chen of Yale SOM discusses what China needs to do to get on the right track.


The Warburg Papers at Yale reveal that Bernanke's backstop lending was the sole creation of German banker and Fed governor Paul Warburg in the 1900s.


Ryan Tracy of the Wall Street Journal reflects on the changing nature of US Financial Institutions, and the possibility of future bank runs.


Dr. William N. Goetzmann, Director of the International Center for Finance, puts the bubble mentality into historical context.


Yale SOM professors Jiwoong Shin and K. Sudhir have recently published an article concerning unprofitable customers, and how to get rid of them.


Professor at Yale SOM and recent Nobel Prize winner Robert Shiller discusses recent trends in the Housing Market on CNBC.


Research conducted by George E. Newman, assistant professor of organizational behavior at Yale School of Management and Y. Jeremy Shen, a recent graduate Ph.D. student of psychology at Yale, has shown that giving out freebies doesn't always work.


Yale economist Robert Shiller warns on stocks, saying he believes they're overpriced, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.


Chen Zhiwu, professor of Finance at Yale SOM, introduced the topic "Why hard-working Chinese can't become rich." Chen said that the reason for this mainly lies in China's shortage of institutional capital and high institutional costs.