Do risk management for an emerging company. Or investment banking for an established one. A degree in finance preps you for both, and more.

Our faculty members are our backbone. They’ve worked for banks, consulted for governments around the world, and pushed the discipline forward with their research. You’ll get a healthy combination of theory and practice from them.

Finance is one of the most flexible and active aspects of business. So our coursework emphasizes traditional quantitative methods as well as the psychology and ethics behind it.

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Submissions from 2016

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Why Do Countries Matter so Much in Corporate Social Performance?, Ye Cai, Carrie Pan, and Meir Statman

Submissions from 2015

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Do Entrepreneurs Make Good VCs?, Ye Cai, Merih Sevilir, and Xuan Tian

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Are They Different? CEOs Made in CEO Factories, Ye Cai, Merih Sevilir, and Jun Yang

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Bad Corporate Marriages: Waking Up in Bed the Morning After, Ye Cai and Hersh Shefrin

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Location, Proximity, and M&A Transactions, Ye Cai, Xuan Tian, and Han Xia

Submissions from 2014

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Board interlocks and the diffusion of disclosure policy, Ye Cai, Dan S. Dhaliwal, Yongtae Kim, and Carrie Pan

Submissions from 2012

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Board connections and M&A transactions, Ye Cai and Merih Sevilir