Dmitry Kuvshinov

Dmitry Kuvshinov is an Assitant Professor of Finance at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. His research focuses on interactions between finance and macroeconomics, using long-run data to shed light on rare crisis events and secular trends in financial and macroeconomic variables.

How Unusual is the Recent Boom in Profits and Values of US Listed Corporations?

In the past decades, the US stock market and business profits have been growing much faster than the rest of the economy....

The Rate of Return on Everything

A new paper purports to have finally unlocked the mystery of the rate of return on capital. Here the authors report on their research on...

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How To Ensure Industrial Policy Promotes Public Over Private Gain

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More than Economics, Ideology Determines US Voters’ Preferences for Redistribution

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Stakeholder Motivations for “Private Sanctions” Against Russia

As the war in Ukraine enters its second year, a new study measures stakeholders’ desire to see their firms exit Russia and...

The Wicked Problem Embodied by The Twitter Files

In response to a recent ProMarket post about the Twitter Files, professor Tom Ginsburg points out that the toughest question lies in...

Study Shows Universal Bank Trades Are Informed by Private Commercial Borrower Information

New research by Rainer Haselmann, Christian Leuz, and Sebastian Schreiber finds evidence suggesting that German banks with commercial lending relationships improve their...