By analyzing variations in local and regional economies, researchers are increasingly uncovering insights obscured by the big picture.
Eugene F. Fama and Richard H. Thaler discuss whether markets are prone to bubbles.
The principles of transparency and disclosure are visible everywhere from fast-food menus to financial regulation. But if lawmakers don’t consider the behavior of both markets and consumers, better information may not translate to smarter shoppers.
It’s fine to accumulate contacts, but notice how you network.
Openness is critical to building trust with funders
We asked Chicago Booth faculty for their takes on the implications of the Brexit referendum. Their answers reflect the myriad choices the British government has still to make, and the dramatic economic consequences that may result.