finance

Study: Lots of suspicious trading, but not many convictions

Published: 24Jul2014

According to a new study, insider trading often occurs during merger and acquisitions and is rarely punished. BNN takes a closer look with one of the report's co-authors, Patrick Augustin,...

When statistics lie: politics and the US education system

Published: 10Feb2017

For 2014-15, the graduation rate from US high schools hit a record 83%. As far as statistics go, that’s one that anyone would love, but there’s more going on than you’d think — and, according to...

Seminar: Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh, New York University

31Jan201410:00
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Firm Volatility in Granular Networks  Stijn Van NieuwerburghNew York UniversityB1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA/desautelsCategory: Desautels Faculty of Management

A Europe losing cohesion

Published: 4Jun2014

Ever since France's defeat in 1870-1 in the Franco-Prussian war, when military strength was identified with numerical superiority, demography, language and culture have become permanent parts of,...

Women in Finance Panel Discussion with PSP Investments

3Dec201417:00

Great job opportunities on the investing side. This makes so much sense – get going!! Well worth taking a break from studying.Conference Center, CA, 1250 René-Lévesque West, CA/desautelsCategory:...

Congratulations to Assistant Professor David Schumacher of Finance on receiving NFA 2016 Best Paper Award on ETFs in Asset Management

Published: 6Oct2016

Congratulations to Assistant Professor David Schumacher of Finance on receiving NFA 2016 Best Paper Award on ETFs in Asset Management for "Who is afraid of BlackRock?"....

Shoes, economics and entrepreneurship: Shoe Dog by Phil Knight

Published: 30Mar2017

John Tamny starts his review of Nike founder Phil Knight’s eminently enjoyable memoir, Shoe Dog, with a quote by Desautels Professor Reuven Brenner that macroeconomics is a “tautology and a myth, a...

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