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- ValueWalk, January 13, 2020
Bradford Cornell writes about the "lost" decade for climate change and implied expectations for future profit growth.
- BRG Corporate Finance, Q3 2019
The report includes news, performance metrics, and our proprietary view of valuation multiples for the Public GPs. We perform detailed research on each investment manager and apply a consistent methodology to determine our view on valuation metrics to create a truly comparable set.
- Legaltech News, January 10, 2020
David Kalat writes about Ada Lovelace's pioneering computer science work and the lasting influence of her notes on symbolic logic and algorithms.
- BRG, January 9, 2020
Aaron Vandervelde and Andrew Brownlee review US pharmaceutical marketplace trends and how the distribution of total point of sale brand medicine spending across the supply chain has evolved.
- ThinkSet, January 9, 2020
David Kalat writes about how far technology has come since Russian hackers stole information about the Strategic Defense Initiative in 1986. But have we advanced enough when it comes to computer security?
- Conventus Leadership, January 7, 2020
Steven Parker writes about international and domestic pressures and the potential for risks to foreign investment in the Chinese market, especially related to fraud, bribery, and corruption.
- ValueWalk, January 6, 2020
Bradford Cornell writes about the potential size of and opportunities for investors in young companies entering a market.
- Project Syndicate, January 6, 2020
Laura Tyson writes about a more socially and environmentally conscious corporate-governance model and the public's trust in business and markets.
- UCLA Anderson School of Management, December 31, 2019
Bradford Cornell coauthored a research paper on how the “big market promise” may affect business formation and financing.
- ValueWalk, December 30, 2019
Bradford Cornell writes about the transition to an economy more reliant on renewable energy, climate change financing, and the potential for a carbon tax.
- Forbes, December 25, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about American policy toward international commerce and the role of the US government in commercial cross-border transactions.
- BRG Corporate Finance research, December 18, 2019
The November edition reviews topics including auto sales and production, inflation, commodity prices, and housing.
- ThinkSet, December 12, 2019
Maryland transformed its hospital payment system in 2014 and has curbed cost growth and improved patient outcomes. With Washington encouraging state-level innovation, what can other states learn from Maryland’s success?
- ThinkSet, December 5, 2019
- Automotive World, December 4, 2019
- Legaltech News, December 2, 2019
David Kalat writes about how pioneering information theorist Claude Shannon built a machine capable of learning from its mistakes and teaching itself how to improve.
- ValueWalk, November 29, 2019
Bradford Cornell writes about the potential for companies to broaden their scope beyond maximizing shareholder value, and how public policy can help ensure competition in the economy and allow prices to reflect externalities.
- Edward Elgar, November 2019
David Teece co-edited this collection of articles about how the theory of the firm has evolved from several core concepts and building blocks.
- BRG Healthcare Transactions and Strategy, November 22, 2019
BRG’s annual Federal Policy Review is a guide to federal healthcare policy for 2019 and 2020.
- Competition Economics Handbook 2020, November 2019