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April 16, 2013
Message in a Mortgage: What Dodd-Frank’s “Qualified Mortgage” Tells Us About OurselvesBy David Reiss, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law SchoolThe Dodd-Frank Act seeks to improve the stability of the U.S. Housing market. But does the Dodd-Frank reflect U.S. Consumer sentiment about mortgages and housing in general? What do mortgages tells us about our society? The answers to these questions will reverberate throughout the U.S economy.
March 12, 2009
Most Americans don't need a university professor to tell them that the economy is in trouble. Hard luck stories are everywhere, linked to the country's rising unemployment, snowballing foreclosures, skidding stock prices and billion-dollar bank bailouts.
February 26, 2009
After a generation of increasingly relaxed regulation of the financial services sector, the very concept seems stunning: Nationalization of banks in Europe and the United States.
January 15, 2009
After a year of financial shock and sharp economic loss, 2009 is likely to be extremely difficult for the global economy, with investors, business leaders and policymakers struggling to find signs of recovery, according to Wharton faculty and academic partners around the world.
December 11, 2008
Before the stock market and the broader economy can return to something that looks like normal, banks must start to lend the billions they are getting from the U.S. Treasury's Troubled Asset Recovery Program, says Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel in an interview with Knowledge@Wharton.
December 18, 2008
On December 3 the Securities and Exchange Commission approved tighter regulations on the credit rating agencies, hoping curbs on conflicts of interest will prevent the kind of ratings-grade inflation that played such a key role in the credit crisis.
November 6, 2008
Consider the numbers: $29 billion for the Bear Stearns mess; $700 billion to buy spoiled assets; $200 billion to buy stock in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac; an $85 billion loan to AIG insurance; another $37.8 billion for AIG; and $250 billion for bank stocks.
November 13, 2008
Reputation matters. Companies with the best reputations are often assumed to offer the greatest value to their clients. That's the conventional wisdom, and on Wall Street, that kind of thinking helped make Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley the investment banks with the largest market shares in the mergers and acquisition advisory business
October 9, 2008
Rapidly developing economies (RDEs) have increasingly become drivers of change -- and sometimes disruption -- in global financial markets. That has important implications for companies in the United States and Europe as new players emerge, including sovereign wealth funds, state-controlled entities and acquisition-minded corporations.
October 16, 2008
In the middle of a battle, it's hard to know what the landscape will look like after the smoke clears. But as the government wrestles with the credit crisis, economists and finance experts are starting to make some predictions.