Benjamin Iverson
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Ben­jamin Iverson

Member of the Department of Finance faculty until 2017

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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 11: Which Bankruptcy System Is Better?

In cer­tain mar­kets, forc­ing com­pa­nies to liq­ui­date could cause offices and fac­to­ries to sit empty.

Researchers: Shai Bernstein, Emanuele Colonnelli and Benjamin Iverson

Video: How to Play the Lottery Without Losing

Can we fight the pover­ty trap with new sav­ings accounts that offer raf­fle tick­ets instead of interest?

Researchers: Shawn Cole, Benjamin Iverson and Peter Tufano

March 17, 2016

Finance & Accounting

Maximize the Returns, Lower the Risk

Using the right tools to grow sav­ings and improve invest­ment outcomes.

Researchers: Benjamin Iverson, James Schummer and Willemien Kets

Using the Lure of a Lottery to Spur Savings

Now legal in the US, prize-linked sav­ings accounts use the excite­ment of a jack­pot draw­ing to encour­age peo­ple to grow savings.

Researchers: Shawn Cole, Benjamin Iverson and Peter Tufano

Red Ink, Red-Eyed Judges, and the High Costs of Crowded Bankruptcy Courts

The tim­ing of a bank­rupt­cy fil­ing shapes the ver­dict and has con­se­quences for all of us

Researchers: Benjamin Iverson

April 7, 2014

Policy