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Business Economics and Public Policy
Printing Money, But Not Pumping It into the Economy
Feature | December 17, 2014
A new look at the money multiplier sheds light on bank behavior in the wake of the recession.
Do Rate Cuts Matter?
Feature | October 08, 2014
New research takes on the question of how much monetary policy affects the economy.
How Do Credit Default Swaps Affect Bond Prices?
Feature | September 24, 2014
Credit default swaps may lower a firm’s borrowing costs under certain conditions, new research shows.
Unlocking the Value of Movable Assets
Feature | September 22, 2014
Can a simple change to commercial laws in emerging economies spur business growth?
Fragile by Design
Off The Shelf | August 21, 2014
In his new book, Professor Charles Calomiris shows how unlikely political coalitions have contributed to banking crises in some countries, and helped create stability in others.
Pro-borrower or Pro-lender?
Feature | August 05, 2014
Commercial contract laws that govern lending can generate big business for states — but borrower beware.
Sunshine at the Fed
Feature | July 23, 2014
Should central banks be more transparent?
Savvy Risks, Sustainable Rewards
Viewpoints | July 18, 2014
How—and why—to take smart chances on renewable energy.
The Vikings Return to America
Feature | May 29, 2014
A new report on Norway’s pension fund points toward a Canadian model for active investment management.
A Filter for Financial Fraud
Research Brief | May 15, 2014
A new technique uses the power of statistical analysis to uncover likely accounting and financial fraud. The tool could help the SEC — as well as auditors and investors — to quickly and inexpensively root out wrongdoing.
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