Banks claiming to be more socially and environmentally responsible are in fact investing less money into home ownership among low-income communities.
Roughly a quarter of households do not have access to basic financial services. Insights into their decision-making can help bridge the financial inclusion gap.
Samuel Rosen uses the initial coin offerings market to support the long-standing theory that share retention mitigates information asymmetry between entrepreneurs and investors.
The prices of credit default swaps are useful when estimating the risk-neutral distributions of individual firms.
Financial analysts play an important role in holding managers accountable when firms present data that is not audited.
The Paycheck Protection Program, a segment of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, allocated an unprecedented $349 billion fund toward business relief. Why did so many public firms turn down free resources?
Banks that issue accounting restatements create less liquidity in the economy, but not for the reason that you might expect.
Larger banks pressure syndication underwriters to show their client in a positive light–and punish those that don’t.
Cory Ng published a book that helps accountants incorporate AI initiatives to increase productivity and profitability.
Political pressure indirectly influences the quality of work performed by independent regulatory bodies.
Hyun Jong Park provides evidence that the traditional belief of the relationship between executive risk-taking incentives and earnings management doesn’t hold true in many circumstances
As the changing global environment puts new stresses on businesses, captive insurance may be the key to handling the evolving challenges of modern day .
Amir Shoham uses gendered language marking to demonstrate that global microfinance institutions are targeting services to women in most need.
Why do some firms benefit from finance committees while others do not?
Cross-selling allows banks to better monitor their borrowers and reduces interest rates for firms.