In the wake of the financial crisis, the insurance sector has been overlooked. Ralph SJ Koijen and Motohiro Yogo shed new light on the rise of shadow insurance and increasing risk levels in American life insurance markets.
Research from London Business School Assistant Professor of Accounting Emmanuel De George shows how checking the calendar for earnings announcements might be the best investment you ever make.
The World Cup, which started Thursday 12 June, sparked a huge range of human emotions, from the excitement of victory to the despair of defeat. The effect of football results on national mood is so strong that it can spill over into the stock market and cause swings of billions of pounds. Why?
Over the past five years, David Pitt-Watson, Executive Fellow at London Business School, has led the growing call for the introduction of Collective Pensions in Britain. In the Queen’s Speech today, the government announced reform.