The blog is a compendium of what a Wall Street money manager is looking at, thinking about, and writing on. It is written by me (& the crew) for people ranging from investment professionals to media to anyone else interested in investing, markets, and the economy.
FT Alphaville is a free daily news and commentary service giving financial market professionals the information they need, when they need it. In a world where market professionals are inundated with information there is a pressing need to edit and filter, and hopefully sow a few ideas along the way. That’s where the FT Alphaville team comes in.
Market Talk is a popular feature published throughout the day by Dow Jones Newswires around the world. It follows not only the doings in the stock market but the latest developments in the bond, forex and energy markets. It offers quick insights into market-moving events. This blog offers an expanded sampling of some of our Market Talk items from Newswires.
In this blog I intend to introduce free-market thought to urbanists, and introduce urbanism to market advocates. I also hope to incorporate some ideas relating to environmentalism in the built environment. I like to refer to the connections between free-market economic thought, urbanism, and environmentalism as “Market Urbanism.”
Organizations and Markets was created in April 2006 by Nicolai J. Foss and Peter G. Klein, professors with research interests spanning organizational economics, strategic management, entrepreneurship, innovation, the economics of institutions, and the history, philosophy, and sociology of science. Foss teaches management at the Copenhagen Business School and Klein teaches economics at the University of Missouri, giving the blog an international and interdisciplinary orientation.
This blog is a one stop center for information and insight pertaining to pension funds and financial markets. It is intended for a wide audience, including plan sponsors, pension fund managers, board of directors, government supervisors, financial reporters, individual investors and most importantly pension plan beneficiaries who want to understand where their contributions are being invested and how their pension plans are being managed.
Steven M. Davidoff, writing as The Deal Professor, is a commentator for DealBook on the world of mergers and acquisitions. A former corporate attorney at Shearman & Sterling, he is a professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law. His research focus is on corporate governance, regulation of hedge funds, mergers and acquisitions, and securities regulation.