Limited organizational bandwidth can restrict managers’ options.
Research shows that interest rates are lower for borrowers who can plan ahead.
The answer depends on a family’s income, but not in the way many economists expected.
Even temporary income dips lead to a surprising degree of belt-tightening.
The reason isn’t as simple as just feeling wealthier.
Posting negative news on corporate social media might make investors uneasy and lead to bad press.
Hard statistics and an understanding of culture keep the money flowing between lenders and borrowers.
But subsidizing these careers may ultimately do more good.
A Q&A with the IMF managing director and Kellogg’s Sergio Rebelo.
In many emerging economies, businesses without real estate struggle to access credit.
In certain markets, forcing companies to liquidate could cause offices and factories to sit empty.
A new tool offers smart investors an improvement over the CAPM.
Even willing buyers were affected by a credit freeze.