Even a bank serving the poorest communities can make big profits while making a difference in peoples’ lives and doing good for society, confirms new research from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Center for Financial Policy
When the world needed a vaccine for COVID-19, corporations around the globe raced to develop one. Governments poured billions of dollars into drug companies to subsidize a speedy introduction of a safe and effective vaccine. And it worked. Less than 10 months later, people around the world started receiving the first shots.
Living through a climate-related disaster can be a harrowing experience for anyone. For professional money managers, it can even impact their investment decisions, according to recent research from the Center for Financial Policy (CFP) at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.
New research from Maryland Smith finance professor Russell Wermers rebuts a critique of another paper he and two co-authors published in 2010 that introduced a new way to evaluate mutual fund performance.
New research from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business pioneers a way to sift through the thousands of active mutual funds to winnow them down to a set of the best ones to invest in.
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SMITH BRAIN TRUST – Recent COVID-prompted Federal Reserve actions, fiscal policy responses, forbearances and foreclosures moratoriums have affected the reliability and stability of mortgage finance data models -- and the industry more broadly.