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Writing in the CLS Blue Sky Blog, Jeremy Kress says Treasury’s proposed switch to activity-based oversight is misguided.
Research by PhD student Evgeny Kagan, with Professors Bill Lovejoy and Stephen Leider, reveals a better way for founders to divvy up equity.
Professor Scott Rick shows how a few simple interventions could encourage better decisions on retirement accounts, personal savings, and mortgages.
Lecturer Jeremy Kress, in Harvard Law blog post, shows how malfeasance and excessive risks can slip by overcommitted bank directors.
New research by Professor Amiyatosh Purnanandam and PhD alumnus Taylor Begley shows poor and minority customers see inferior mortgage services from banks.
Professors Cindy Schipani and Nejat Seyhun find independent directors aren’t as effective as advertised and suggest needed reforms.
Professor Reuven Lehavy shows how after-hours trading reveals an elusive element of investor sentiment at the company level.
Professors Jun Li and Andrew Wu show public and private companies behave differently after pledging corporate social responsibility initiatives.