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Jerrold Fine’s debut novel, “Make Me Even and I’ll Never Gamble Again,” packs the power of a Babe Ruth home run.
While regulatory reforms since the global financial crisis have increased the resilience of the banking system, some risks have shifted to less regulated institutions and markets -- creating potential vulnerabilities.
Vikram Limaye, CEO of NSE, shares his insights on the Indian economy, the country’s stock market and the challenges of leading one of the world’s top stock exchanges.
Wharton's Itay Goldstein and his co-authors have uncovered a very early warning signal on the state of the economy.
Sweden is expected to become the world’s first cashless society by 2023. What can other countries learn from its journey?
New Wharton research examines the development of mortgage-backed securities, and why no one seems to heed the warnings of history.
Central bankers are not elected by the people, but they hold enormous influence. Former central banker Paul Tucker examines their enhanced role following the global financial crisis.
With semi-annual reports, investors would be worse off, experts say, and the gains to companies in cost savings and long-term planning are dubious.
Recent trends show that while rents are falling for high-end dwellings, middle- and low-income renters are still struggling to afford housing.
During the financial crisis, the price gap between Treasury bonds and notes became unusually large. Wharton finance professors David Musto and Krista Schwarz explain why.
As the 10th anniversary of the Great Recession of 2008 draws nearer, some experts are beginning to worry that a looming bubble in corporate debt poses a danger.