Floyd Norris gives the keynote at the 10th Annual Audit Conference.
The governments of Russia and China are actively promoting the expansion of their nonprofit sectors as partners in service delivery and civic participation. But both are also seeking to put limits on nonprofit operations. This seminar will explore current dynamics by addressing the history and evolution of the nonprofit sectors in Russia and China, opportunities and restrictions for US nonprofits seeking to operate there, and government oversight of nonprofits.
Financial Markets Conference - "40 Years Of Experience With NMS: Who Are The Winners And What Have We Learned?" The 1975 Congressional Securities Acts Amendments, by calling for the institution of a National Market System, jump started far reaching change in the equity markets. The ensuing years have brought a succession of further regulatory initiatives, substantial technology development, major alterations in the competitive environment and never ending debate and research on the…
You have recently landed your dream job working for a hedge fund that invests in domestic and international firms on behalf of college endowments, public and private pension funds, and wealthy individuals. You just learned of an opportunity to invest in a Dutch oil company that was granted exclusive drilling rights in an African country with a repressive regime that condones human slavery. This investment offers above-market returns not otherwise available. You know that the proceeds from the…
Marc Mauer delivers the 2015 Lillie and Nathan Ackerman Lecture. This lecture examines how and why the climate for criminal justice reform has changed over the past decade. Is the new political environment being driven by fiscal interests, changes in drug war politics, concerns over racial/ethnic disparities, or compassion for those who are incarcerated? Mauer assesses how far the reform movement has come and what changes in policy and practice are necessary if we seek to end mass incarceration…
The lecture was presented by the New York Times Reporter
Nathaniel Popper for a discussion of his book Digital
Gold: Bitcoin and the Inside Story of the Misfits and Millionaires Trying to
Reinvent Money. The book details the history of Bitcoin,
the landmark digital money and financial technology that has spawned a global
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Baruch College 50th commencement excercises (2015).
Allocating Cash Dividends Between Preferred and Common Stock
Private-Equity Firm: Friend or Foe of the U.S. Economy? (Part 1 of 2)
Baruch College's 48th Commencement Exercises
Muddy Waters 101
12 years of short selling
Getting Started: Using SPS Library Services (Full)
Private-Equity Firm: Friend or Foe of the U.S. Economy? (Part 2 of 2)
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