Gregory Nini, PhD, an associate professor of Finance in the LeBow College of Business and expert on financial institutions, corporate finance and capital markets, explains why regional banks have been failing and the hope for stabilization.
Drexel University’s Marco Airaudo, PhD, an associate professor of economics in the LeBow College of Business, shared his thoughts on the United Kingdom’s recent vote to exit the European Union. Did you expect the vote […]
The World Bank recently cut its forecast for global growth this year due to weakness in the developing world—including in countries like Brazil and China—but the prospects for advanced economies, including the United States, are […]
Recent political developments in Italy have renewed fears of turbulence for the European Union and global financial markets. With the collapse of Prime Minister Mario Monti’s technocrat government, Silvio Berlusconi has returned to the country’s […]