London Business School Review

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Get set for tomorrow’s financial world

Once viewed as an illiquid asset class and best avoided, private equity is now characterised by high performance and exemplary governance

By Eli Talmor

New research finds the practice of benchmarking in the asset management industry affects corporate investment and other decisions

By Anna Pavlova

Businesses with big profits and few debts should be easy to value. If only that were true

By Christopher Hennessy

Financial forecasts by analysts who work for banks and brokerages are viewed more favourably than their detractors like to suggest

By James Ryans

Due to a maze of intermediaries between wealth-creating citizens and the assets they own, corporations have been divorced from their duty.

By David Pitt-Watson

Financial data can be baffling when it seems to say contradictory things. When can we ignore it?

By Alex Edmans

When companies merge, they bring people together too. How do you merge the hearts and minds of people?

Research by London Business School’s Taylor Begley shows that in chasing a good rating, companies may be damaging their long-term prospects.

By Taylor Begley

The OECD publishes 'BEPS' tax reform proposals, transforming international taxation of multinationals over the next few years.

By Chris Higson

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