Research & Opinion
Accounting professors Jim Deitrick and Michael Granof write that bailout recipients should be held to the same accounting standards as nonprofit institutions.
Lately, much discussion has centered around the underlying causes of the financial crisis, and some have suggested that current accounting rules must shoulder some of the blame.
New research by Alok Komar, assistant professor of finance at the McCombs School of Business, shows these factors—geography, age and even whether or not you gamble—play a key role in how individual investors choose stocks.
Individuals who lack control seek to find and impose order in the world through superstition, rituals and conspiratorial explanations, according to new research from The University of Texas at Austin and published in Science
New research from Jennifer Huang, Clemens Sialm, and Gene Amromin suggests that spending that extra money on paying off the mortgage is a mistake for many homeowners.