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Discover the ICF's South Sea Bubble of 1720 Financial History Collection

By: Electra Ferriello August 4, 2020
South Sea Annuity

Interested in the South Sea Bubble of 1720? Visit the Origins of Value online visual database where the ICF has collected a number of historical bonds, securities, financial instruments and documents related to the history of financial markets. Using the search function, you can view several...

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[VIRTUAL] Conference Recap: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infrastructure

June 24, 2020
Will Goetzmann 1

In early June, the ICF hosted a two-day virtual conference about the “Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infrastructure.” ICF Faculty Director, William Goetzmann, and ICF Deputy Director, Geert Rouwenhorst, organized the conference jointly with Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur (Paris...

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Nonprofits Are Our Essential Workers During the Covid-19 Crisis: We Should Provide the Capital They Need to Succeed

June 23, 2020
Students

Completing our business school education during the time of COVID-19 has been an eye-opening experience. Our studies in systems thinking and leadership offer a unique lens to view the significant flaws in America’s institutions and shortcomings in national leadership exposed by this crisis. We...

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