Risk Management News
November 18, 2012
Prof. Federgruen comments on gas rationing in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, noting that gas station owners only reinforced the feeling that there was a limited supply of fuel.
New York City Will Keep Gas Rationing Until Week’s End
May 13, 2012
The article discusses Prof. Jiang’s research that examines the role of hedge funds in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process.
Bankrupts Better Off With Hedge Fund Help
April 14, 2012
The article features an interview with Prof. Calomiris in which he examines flaws in the Dodd–Frank Act, particularly government subsidization of mortgage risk.
The Big Flaws in Dodd–Frank
February 10, 2012
The Financial Times’ Something for the weekend mentions a paper co–authored by Prof. Olivares that examines the connection between severe weather and automobile assembly productivity.
Something for the weekend
January 20, 2012
Prof. Meier talks to Marketplace Radio about his study that finds an association between impatience and lower credit scores.
January 05, 2012
Prof. Jones discusses the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) report on credit unions.
Report Criticizes Handling of Credit Unions’ Failures
December 29, 2011
The New York Times’ Bucks blog discusses Prof. Meier’s study on the association between impatience and lower credit scores.
Impatient? It May Be Hurting Your Credit Score
December 15, 2011
Prof. Ang examines why the United State’s fiscal union offers lessons for the European Union.
The Ties That Bond — and Don’t
October 19, 2011
Prof. Beim’s byline addresses the reasons why it would be best for Greece to leave the eurozone.
October 11, 2011
The article features a paper by Prof. Beim that explains how inflation may be a future tool for the eurozone and finds the real costs of a Greek default to the ECB.
Correct: Update: ECB At Risk If Greece Defaults — Study
September 02, 2011
Prof. David Beim joins NPR’s Planet Money to weigh–in on the worst–case scenario for Europe’s economy.
August 24, 2011
The article features a mortgage refinancing plan proposed by Prof. Chris Mayer and Dean Glenn Hubbard, and how the plan could support the housing market and US economy.
U.S. May Back Refinance Plan for Mortgages