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Stigler Center Lecture: Is American Democracy in Trouble?

David Moss, the Paul Whiton Cherington Professor at Harvard Business School, will examine the health of American democracy from a historical perspective. Fears about extreme...

Theory of the Firm Interview Series: John Van Reenen

The second installment in ProMarket’s new interview series: Should the economic theory of the firm be modified? If so, how? In this installment, we...

Interview Series: How Incomplete is the Theory of the Firm? Q&A with Daniel Carpenter

Should the economic theory of the firm be modified? If so, how? In March, the Stigler Center at the University of Chicago Booth School...

Revolving Doors in the Private Sector: Quid Pro Quo or Efficient Market Mechanism?

A new paper by Elisabeth Kempf from the University of Chicago looks into the performance of credit analysts who left to work for investment...

Stigler Center Event: David Yermack on Blockchains and the Future of Finance

Yermack, the Albert Fingerhut Professor of Finance and Business Transformation at New York University Stern School of Business, will teach a mini-course of three...

Last Few Days to Apply to the Stigler Center’s Fellowship Program for Journalists

This 10-week program, which will take place in Chicago Booth’s Hyde Park Campus, will offer a transformative learning experience for up-and-coming journalists seeking to...

Stiglitz, Brunnermeier, and Zingales: Is the Euro Project Doomed?

Join us for a panel between Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz and Markus Brunnermeier, both authors of recent books on the future of the Euro....

Stigler Center Talk: Deutsche Bank Whistleblower on the SEC and Revolving Doors

Eric Ben-Artzi, the former Deutsche Bank risk officer turned whistleblower who rejected a multi-million dollar award from the SEC, will give a talk at...

Campaign Financing Capture Index: 37.8 Percent of Clinton's Donations Come From the Top 0.1 Percent of Her Donors

30.7 percent of Clinton’s contributions came from donors who contributed more than $100,000. Clinton’s main super PAC raised $8.08 million in July–nearly all of...

Corporate Culture in Investment Banking: An Inside Look

A former investment banker examines the culture that incentivizes people in the industry to put their interests before their clients’. Part three in a...

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