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Innovation to align investors with the social good

The CFA Institute’s president John Rogers, believes there is evidence of innovation in investment products that meet the needs of asset owners in a more sustainable, longer-term way, and points to the work of professors and advisors to the CFA , Andrew Lo of MIT and Robert Shiller of Yale.   One of the main […]
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2013 Nobel Prize in economics split three ways

There is no way to predict whether the price of stocks and bonds will go up or down over the next few days or weeks. However, it is quite possible to foresee the broad course of the prices of these assets over longer time periods, such as the next three-to-five years. These findings, which may […]
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Property derivatives for managing European real estate risk

This paper, “Property Derivatives for Managing European Real-Estate Risk,” co-authored by Frank Fabozzi from the Yale School of Management,  Robert J. Shiller from Yale, and  Radu Tunaru from the Cass Business School was recently awarded the European Financial Management Best Paper Award.
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Dodd-Frank Act will stand or fall on right people

At a Yale-hosted roundtable on the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act, professor of economics, Robert Shiller, said the success of the Act, and the agencies created to study aspects of the market, will depend on appointing the right people, who should be willing to take advice from his fellow economists.
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