Faculty News and Awards

The Rodney L. White Center is pleased to recognize the research of Finance Department faculty that has received media coverage and proudly name those faculty who have received research awards.

Jeremy Siegel: Why the Stock Market Slip Is Not a Slide
Knowledge@Wharton, October 16, 2018

Why Private Investment in Public Infrastructure Is Declining (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, September 27, 2018

Siegel vs. Shiller: Is the Stock Market Overvalued? (Jeremy Siegel)
Knowledge@Wharton, September 18, 2018

A Decade After the Great Recession, Is the Global Financial System Safer? (Richard Herring, Krista Schwarz and Itay Goldstein)
Knowledge@Wharton, September 11, 2018

How Junk Bond Funds Can Be an Early Economic Indicator (Itay Goldstein)
Knowledge@Wharton, September 4, 2018

How Turkey’s lira crisis was written in Istanbul’s skyline (Bulent Gultekin)
The Guardian, August 23, 2018

Violating the ‘Law of One Price’ in the Financial Crisis (David Musto and Krista Schwarz)
Knowledge@Wharton, August 23, 2018

How Can Turkey Overcome Its Economic Troubles? (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, August 17, 2018

Why Some Jobs Disappear Forever Following Recessions (Nick Roussanov)
Knowledge@Wharton, August 8, 2018

Portugal’s Economic Recovery: How Much Came from Ditching Austerity? (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, August 1, 2018

Impact Investing: When Social Benefits Are in the Contract (David Musto)
Knowledge@Wharton, July 17, 2018

Why the U.K. Has Few Options in the Brexit Negotiations (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, July 13, 2018

Will Interest Rate Hikes Hurt Stocks? Ask Jeremy Siegel
Knowledge@Wharton, July 9, 2018

How Big Banks Can Become Too Big to Fail (Chaojun Wang)
Knowledge@Wharton, June 25, 2018

Bigger Than Potholes: Why Fixing America’s Infrastructure Should Be a Priority (Robert Inman)
Knowledge@Wharton, June 22, 2018

Will Italy’s Divided Politics Cripple Europe’s Economy – or Worse? (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, May 31, 2018

The Downside to Playing It Safe in the Banking Industry (William Diamond)
Knowledge@Wharton, April 6, 2018

How Living Wills Can Work for ‘Too Big To Fail’ Firms (Richard Herring)
Knowledge@Wharton, February 21, 2018

The Stock Market Rollercoaster: Should Investors Be Worried? (Jeremy Siegel)
Knowledge@Wharton, February 6, 2018

Rethinking the Mortgage Industry: Is There a Better Way to Subsidize? (Tim Landvoigt)
Knowledge@Wharton, February 1, 2018

Jeremy Siegel: What’s Ahead for the U.S. Economy in 2018
Knowledge@Wharton, January 2, 2018

The Jerusalem Controversy: What It Means for the Region’s Economies (Bulent Gultekin)
Knowledge@Wharton, December 14, 2017

Does Trickle-down Economics Add Up – or Is It a Drop in the Bucket? (Joao Gomes and Robert Inman)
Knowledge@Wharton, December 12, 2017

Bracing for Brexit: ‘Virtually All the Work Is Still Ahead’ (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, November 17, 2017

The Catalonia-Spain Impasse: Why Elections May Not Be Enough (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, November 6, 2017

Is Value Investing Really in the Doldrums? (Richard Marston and Donald Keim)
Knowledge@Wharton, November 3, 2017

How New Fed Chair Jerome Powell Will Shape U.S. Monetary Policy (Krista Schwarz)
Knowledge@Wharton, November 3, 2017

How a Fractured Election Outcome in Germany Will Impact the EU (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, September 25, 2017

How Will Trump Reshape the Federal Reserve? (Krista Schwarz)
Knowledge@Wharton, September 11, 2017

How the Father of Arbitrage Pricing Theory Influenced Wall Street (David Musto)
Knowledge@Wharton, August 29, 2017

Why Developing Israel’s Leviathan Gas Field Is a Mammoth Task (Bulent Gultekin)
Knowledge@Wharton, August 25, 2017

Wall Street lower on US-North Korea tensions (Richard Marston)
BBC, August 11, 2017

Wells Fargo: What It Will Take to Clean Up the Mess (Richard Herring, Itay Goldstein and Krishna Ramaswamy)
Knowledge@Wharton, August 8, 2017

Impact Investing: When Social Benefits Are in the Contract (David Musto)
Knowledge@Wharton, July 17, 2018

What Money Managers Miss in Currency Carry Trades (Nick Roussanov)
Knowledge@Wharton, July 11, 2017

Will the Fed and U.S. Monetary Policy Ever Get Back to ‘Normal’? (Joao Gomes and Nick Roussanov)
Knowledge@Wharton, May 30, 2017

How the Outcome of the French Election Will Impact Europe (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, May 8, 2017

Is the U.S. Stock Market Headed Higher – or for a Crash? (Jeremy Siegel, Donald Keim and Itay Goldstein)
Knowledge@Wharton, May 2, 2017

The French Election: Why the E.U. Is Breathing a Sigh of Relief – for Now (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, April 24, 2017

What Turkey’s Referendum Means for the Country’s Future (Bulent Gultekin)
Knowledge@Wharton, April 18, 2017

How the Stock Market Affects Corporate Decision-making (Itay Goldstein)
Knowledge@Wharton, April 5, 2017

Why a Hard Line on Trade with Mexico Could Hurt the U.S. Energy Sector (Erik Gilje)
Knowledge@Wharton, March 17, 2017

A Boutique Investment Bank’s Aramco IPO Grand Slam (Erik Gilje)
Knowledge@Wharton, February 16, 2017

How Will Trump’s Policies Affect the U.S. Economy? (Jeremy Siegel)
Knowledge@Wharton, February 1, 2017

The U.S. Economy in 2017: Why Uncertainty Is the ‘Biggest Risk’ (Jeremy Siegel)
Knowledge@Wharton, January 6, 2017

Inflation, Interest Rates, and ‘the Politics of Rage’ (Itay Goldstein, Richard Herring and Jeremy Siegel)
Knowledge@Wharton, December 22, 2016

Jeremy Siegel: The Impact of the Election on the Markets
Knowledge@Wharton, November 9, 2016

How the U.S. Election Will Affect Capital Markets (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, November 3, 2016

Can Infrastructure Spending Be a Silver Bullet? (Itay Goldstein, Robert Inman and Nick Roussanov)
Knowledge@Wharton, October 11, 2016

Can Brexit Be Achieved with Minimal Damage? (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, October 7, 2016

Will the Crisis of Confidence at Deutsche Bank Spread? (Itay Goldstein and Krista Schwarz)
Knowledge@Wharton, October 4, 2016

Turkey acts to reassure on economy after failed coup (Bulent Gultekin)
Financial Times, July 17, 2016

What Are the Economic Benefits of the Shale Oil Boom? (Nick Roussanov and Erik Gilje)
Knowledge@Wharton, July 8, 2016

The Causes of Systemic Risk – and Ways to Prevent Them (Richard Herring)
Knowledge@Wharton, June 30, 2016

Jeremy Siegel: The Impact of the Brexit Vote on Markets
Knowledge@Wharton, June 29, 2016

Brexit Breakdown: What’s the Likely Impact? (Jeremy Siegel and Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, June 24, 2016

Brexit Uncertainty: What Leaving Would Mean (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, June 22, 2016

Why Passive Investing Increase Corporate Activism (Donald Keim)
Knowledge@Wharton, June 7, 2016

Interest Rate Inertia: When Will Yellen Pull the Trigger? (Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, June 6, 2016

Will a New Vision for Saudi Arabia Work? (Bulent Gultekin and Erik Gilje)
Knowledge@Wharton, May 18, 2016

To Save Wisely for Retirement, Sometimes Less Choice Is Best (Donald Keim)
Knowledge@Wharton, May 5, 2016

What Your Financial Advisor Hasn’t Been Telling You (Richard Marston and Nick Roussanov)
Knowledge@Wharton, May 5, 2016

The happy marriage of activist and passive investors: James Saft (Todd Gormley and Donald Keim)
Reuters Money | May 4, 2016

What the Decline in Venture Capital Funding Means for Entrepreneurs (Luke Taylor)
Knowledge@Wharton, May 3, 2016

Researcher: Conservative support rises after shale booms  (Erik Gilje)
The Bismark Tribune, April 11, 2016

The Ultimate Exit Strategy: Why a Brexit Could Sink the EU (Franklin Allen and Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, March 23, 2016

Burdened by High Debt, European Banks Face a Reckoning (Franklin Allen and Itay Goldstein)
Knowledge@Wharton, March 2, 2016

Will Negative Interest Rates Stimulate Growth — or Backfire? (Itay Goldstein and Richard Marston)
Knowledge@Wharton, March 1, 2016

China’s Currency Test: Can It Get Capital Controls Right? (Franklin Allen)
Knowledge@Wharton, February 17, 2016

Are Too Many Choices Costing 401(k) Holders? (Donald Keim)
The Wall Street Journal, February 07, 2016

The Upside of a Volatile Market? Bargain Stocks (Jeremy Siegel)
Knowledge@Wharton, January 22, 2016

Do Financial Markets Matter for the Real Economy? (Itay Goldstein)
The Huffington Post, January 18, 2018

A Troubled 2015 Gives Way to a Tense New Year in Europe (Franklin Allen and Joao Gomes)
Knowledge@Wharton, January 07, 2016

Do Junk Bond Defaults Signal Trouble for 2016? (Itay Goldstein, Richard Herring and Jeremy Siegel)
Knowledge@Wharton, January 06, 2016

Jeremy Siegel: Despite Volatility, Stocks Could Rise 10% in 2016
Knowledge@Wharton, January 04, 2016

America’s Most Popular Investment May Be Toxic  (Todd Gormley and Donald Keim)
Fortune, December 30, 2015

Worried About Your High-Yield Bond Fund? Devise an Exit Strategy (Itay Goldstein)
The Wall Street Journal, December 11, 2015

What Would a Fed Interest Rate Hike Mean for Markets? (Itay Goldstein, Bulent Gultekin, Jeremy Siegel and Amir Yaron)
Knowledge@Wharton, December 08, 2015

Fundraising in Hot and Cold Markets (Pavel Zryumov)
Knowledge@Wharton, November 10, 2015

Has the Hedge Fund Industry Lost Its Way? (Richard Marston and Bilge Yilmaz)
Knowledge@Wharton, November 06, 2015

Why Wall Street Traders Keep Making a Fortune (Vincent Glode)
Knowledge@Wharton, October 15, 2015

Why Disgraced CEOs Get Insanely Generous Payout Packages When They’re Fired (Luke Taylor)
Time Online, September 11, 2015

Why is Bachelorhood so Uncommon Among College Football Head Coaches? (Nick Roussanov)
Sports Illustrated Online, August 28, 2015

New Study Shows Active Managers Add Average 3.2 Million in Value  (Jules van Binsbergen)
ValueWalk, August 1, 2015

Professors Make Bold Claim: Active Managers Better Than Monkeys (Jules van Binsbergen)
Bloomberg News, July 17, 2015

Gut Check: Are You Using Social Media for Customer Insights? (Nick Souleles)
Forbes, June 30, 2015