Steve King

Recently, I was asked to join the board retreat of a very successful non-profit to talk about talent management. The organization has grown a good deal in the last few years and now faces what many... Read More

Jaime Luque

Since 1950 European nations have incrementally integrated their economies through free-trade agreements, fixed currency exchange rates, and ultimately a single currency and a single monetary... Read More

Fabio Gaertner

In times of inflation, the price of everything should go up proportionally, but stock returns often drop in the presence of inflation. Why is that? Several theories attempt to explain this... Read More

Oliver Levine

Recent studies in macroeconomics and finance have emphasized a strong negative relationship between uncertainty shocks and capital investment policies. Theoretical explanations for the response of... Read More