Consistently releasing negative forecasts promptly could change trader incentives and ultimately help a company gather more strategic information from the market, according to a new study co-authored by Yale SOM’s Zeqiong Huang.
Do activist shareholders choose quick profits over long-term health? Yale SOM’s Song Ma and his collaborators find evidence that their interventions boost innovation.
Bitcoin meshes digital technology with an approach to money that predates the development of cash and coin, according to Yale SOM’s William Goetzmann.
Academic theories explaining which factors affect individual investment decisions abound, but few studies have involved asking people about the issue directly.
We asked William B. English, a Yale faculty member and former Fed official, about how the Fed should respond to recent ups and downs in the stock market.
Charles Elkan, Goldman Sachs’ global head of machine learning, on the technology can extract value from the natural resource that is defining this century—data.
The best explanation for why prices go up, Yale's Robert Shiller writes, may be that we expect them to—until we don’t.
The former Federal Reserve chair discusses what the Fed can do to help stabilize the economy and get it turned around when rate cuts aren’t enough.
Paul Tucker, a former deputy governor of the Bank of England, says that giving central bankers too much power can lead to dangerous unintended consequences.
Brendan Kennedy ’05, a founder of leading cannabis investor Privateer Holdings, talks about where the industry is going.
After decades of decline, Sears filed for bankruptcy in October. Yale Insights asked bankruptcy expert Stanley Garstka what would remain of the once-dominant retailer and its heritage at the end of the process.