Thank you to the many alumni who helped us bring together the Class of 2018, which begins their time at SOM on Monday. Thanks to your efforts, we saw increases in applications received, selectivity, and “yield” on offers of admission, resulting i
The ability to influence each other, says Professor Zoë Chance, is ingrained in us from the moment of birth. We are born without teeth or claws, unable to defend ourselves or even to chew our own food. So how did each of us survive?
In “Crash Beliefs from Investor Surveys,” William N. Goetzmann, Dasol Kim and Robert J. Shiller provide direct evidence using surveys that capture investor beliefs regarding stock market crashes between 1989 and 2015. The researchers find that investors routinely overestimate the likelihood of severe crashes
For 15 years, the rigorous Security Analysis and Valuation Course course, taught by Professors Shyam Sunder and Matthew Spiegel, has challenged students to make investment recommendations based on their own research and insights.