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Is Efficient-Market Theory Becoming More Efficient?

Mentions the three-factor model of investment returns that was introduced by Kenneth French and his colleague Eugene Fama, in an article challenging efficient-market theory.

May 27, 2017

Never Mind the Ferrari Showroom, Bank Regulators Say This a Poor Neighborhood

Quotes John Vogel in an article discussing the shortfalls of the Community Reinvestment Act, a roughly four-decade-old federal law designed to stop lending discrimination in low-income neighborhoods.

May 18, 2017

Cyber Attack Highlights Lack of Tech Skills in Finance Departments

Quotes Sean Joyce T’87, PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Financial Crimes Unit leader, in an article discussing how the global cyber attacks that started last Friday have highlighted the lack of technological expertise at U.S. corporate finance departments.

May 16, 2017

Dinner Will Honor Young Upper Valley Leaders

Highlights Merritt Patridge T’13 as an honoree at this year’s Vital Communities’ Annual Heroes and Leaders Celebration. The event recognizes community members who have made significant positive impacts in the region.

May 13, 2017

Health Care Costs Are Bankrupting Us

An opinion piece co-authored by Dr. H. Gilbert Welch argues the importance of driving down health care costs and making them more predictable to reduce the financial insecurity many Americans are facing.

May 11, 2017

Restaurants with Low Yelp Ratings Suffer under Higher Minimum Wages

As a guest on NPR's "All Things Considered," Paul Wolfson discusses recent research that used Yelp reviews to examine how minimum wage increases in the San Francisco Bay Area have had an impact on the local restaurant industry.

May 08, 2017