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We can't predict the next crisis, say Patrick Bolton, Bruce Kogut and Tano Santos, but we can be prepared for it.
Investors can look to a firm's effective tax rate to yield clues to future earnings.
New financial tools and technologies are poised to change the way microfinance is practiced, says Suresh Sundaresan.
Antitrust laws aim to protect consumers and spur innovation by fostering competition, but in some industries ingenuity thrives under monopolists.
In a new book, Rita Gunther McGrath discusses how taking calculated risks, while learning along the way, can pave the road to success.
Fairness matters in tough times even more than in good times. Joel Brockner offers guidelines to help firms embrace fair process.
The nonprofit sector is always hit particularly hard during recessions. That, Ray Horton says, gives MBAs and today’s nonprofits more to offer each other than ever.
How mutual funds can limit damage when a run appears imminent.
Forget the misery index, says Paul Ingram — happiness in hard times isn’t so rare after all.
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