On February 25, 2006, Paul Bracken spoke to Yale alumni in San Francisco on “The Impact of Business on Democracy and Globalization.” His talk was part of “Connect with Yale,” a day-long program of events that also featured presentations by Pr
Keith Chen discussed his research with capuchin monkeys in a Forbes.com special report on Money. His latest research looks at risk. "Investors—and monkeys too, apparently—normally shun risk in favor of a sure thing. But studies of horse race gamblers and day traders have shown that when people are losing money, they tend to embrace risk instead of avoiding it.
Judy Chevalier discussed rising college textbook prices in the Yale Daily News. Chevalier, who has researched the college textbook market, said that mergers in the publishing industry may be a factor in recent price increases.
Frank Fabozzi has published several new finance books and editions: Financial Modeling of the Equity Market: From CAPM to Cointegration with Petter Kolm, doctoral student in finance; Analysis of Financial Statements: Second Edition;