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Andrew Metrick

  • Three Questions: Prof. Andrew Metrick on Revising the Volcker Rule

    U.S. regulators have proposed revising the Volcker rule, which restricts the ability of banks to make risky trades with money from depositors. We asked Yale SOM’s Andrew Metrick about the potential consequences of the change.

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  • Three Questions: Prof. Andrew Metrick on the Stock Market and the Economy

    It’s been a dizzying week on Wall Street. We asked Yale SOM’s Andrew Metrick if the volatile stock market also means trouble for the broader economy.

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  • Is Our Financial System Still at Risk?

    Yale’s Andrew Metrick discusses what we learned from the last financial crisis and areas of concern for the future.

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  • What Comes Next for Europe?

    Yale Insights spoke with professors David Bach and Andrew Metrick about the likely short-term and long-term implications of “Brexit.”

  • What's Next for the Eurozone?

    Despite debt crises, a flood of refugees, and struggling economies, there are reasons to be optimistic about the Eurozone.

  • Have We Left the Financial Crisis Behind?

    In the introductory lecture of his course Global Financial Crisis, Andrew Metrick describes how the financial panic of 2008 and the ensuing recession have created a new economic reality.

  • Private Equity in Transition

    A recent online discussion with three experienced private equity professionals provided a survey of the industry’s development over the last decade, as well as advice for those interested in moving into the field. The participants were Peter M. Schulte ’83, Dan O’Connell ’80, and Sally Rocker ’81. The discussion was moderated by Andrew Metrick, Yale SOM Deputy Dean for Faculty Development & Michael H. Jordan Professor of Finance and Management.

  • Is something new happening with private equity?

    From 2005 through the middle of 2007, one public company after another was bought out and went private. The size of the deals escalated — Hertz for $15 billion, HCA for $33 billion, Equity Office Properties for $39 billion, TXU Energy for $44 billion. Then the megadeals stopped. Andrew Metrick explains what happened.