The UC Hastings Law professor discusses his new paper, which quantifies a trend gaining increasing attention, the increase in directors with bankruptcy experience on the boards of companies entering Chapter 11.
Caley Horan, a history professor at MIT, and Dan Bouk, who teaches at Colgate, discuss their work on the history of life insurance in the U.S. in the 20th century and its implications for today on the latest episode of the podcast.
Vyacheslav Fos, a professor in Boston College's finance department, discussed his new paper on shareholder record dates and findings that corporations can disclose such dates in ways that leave retail investors and some sophisticated shareholders in the dark.
The University of Chicago professor and author of the new book 'Ages of American Capitalism' discusses the influence of the 2008 financial crisis on his work, the role of the factory in the American imagination, Herman Melville's insight into American economic life and his love for Houston.
Jenkins, a history professor at the University of Chicago, discusses his new book 'The Bonds of Inequality' and how San Francisco's municipal bond market was used for more than four decades to advantage whites at the expense of Blacks and the city’s Asian American community.
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