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With 32 million people expected to gain access to insurance coverage, what is the long-term economic prospect? Professor Frank Lichtenberg explains why insurance is a good investment.
Professor Stephan Meier's research looks at the ways individuals behave with financial products. How can firms better help consumers make decisions?
Was Exxon's decision to pull out of Venezuela a smart one? Can Facebook challenge Orkut in Brazil? The new issue of Chazen Web Journal takes a look.
What can firms learn from Google’s Buzz launch? Professor Eric Johnson shares his insight on how to use defaults more strategically.
Build an iPhone app or create a pay wall? Three professors share their thoughts on how the print industry might change its business model.
Senior Vice Dean Chris Mayer and I had the opportunity to host a Community Forum with Howard Schweitzer and Jim Lambright, two amazing leaders who led the TARP effort.
Why did subprime mortgage borrowers make the choices they did? In her new book, The Art of Choosing, Professor Sheena Iyengar examines how we make choices.
An effective modern adaptation of the spirit of Glass-Steagall would place substantive limits on asset quality, says Professor David Beim.
"When you ask for feedback, make sure you get it and then don't push it away," Sallie Krawcheck '92 said in a discussion about the career paths of women executives.
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