2.Schoenle, Raphael, "How Do Dollar Exchange Rate Movements Get
Passed Through into US Import Prices?" (2012)
An Assistant Professor of Economics addresses Exchange Rate Movements and provides three insights that contribute to a better understanding of their effect on US import prices.
3.Prokopov, Vladislav, "The Impact of New Financial Regulations on Emerging Markets: A Synthesis of a Global Survey" (2011)
Master's candidate in International Economics and Finance leads project on Financial Regulations studying whether a Basel III agreement can construct and maintain a sound financial and regulatory framework.
4.Mann, Catherine L., "Start-up Firms in the Financial Crisis" (2011)
A professor of global finance at Brandeis University's International Business School finds that different kinds of start-ups are funded differently at inception.
5. Ferro, Esteban, PhD '11. World Bank: "The Credit Crisis of Emerging Market Firms" (2011)
Asks the question "Is access to credit an obstacle for firms in emerging markets?" and presents data demonstrating how lack of access to credit creates obstacles that affects a firm's bottom line. Further explains how firms with only access to weaker financial services are condemned to a slower growth path and diminished rate of return on profits per loan.