Eswar S. Prasad provides an interesting and insightful exposition on the shifting landscape from traditional paper notes to digital currencies.
Tracy V. Maitland, F. Barry Nelson, CFA, and Daniel G. Partlow's book "presents quantitatively sophisticated valuation methods and trading strategies, invoking terms of art that will be new even to many seasoned practitioners."
Spencer Jakab argues that Wall Street, not the everyday retail investor, won the meme stock revolution.
Larry Swedroe and Samuel Adams's book is a good starting point for those seeking to understand the history and current practices of sustainable investing.
Almost unique among serious finance books, Edward Chancellor’s The Price of Time serves well as bedtime reading.
William Kinlaw, Mark Kritzman, and David Turkington offer advice on a wide range of asset allocation topics, backing up their recommendations with solid quantitative analysis.
Barrie Wigmore analyzes an extremely complex topic, the financial crisis of 2008, with wide-ranging and deep analysis.
Dominique Mielle provides an authentic, firsthand account of a long, rising, uninterrupted career at a single firm during the heyday of the hedge fund industry.
Andrew Lo and Stephen Foerster offer a checklist of seven principles by which investors can construct their own “perfect portfolios.”
Mark L. Sirower and Jeffery M. Weirens subject traditional analyses of M&A transactions to well-warranted scrutiny.