Harvard Business School
Robin Greenwood is an Associate Professor at the Harvard Business School, where has been on the faculty since 2003. His research investigates the effects of investor demand on asset prices and risk, as well as its implications for corporate financing patterns.
Articles by Robin Greenwood:
Do inefficient stock markets drive bad corporate governance?
1 June 2010, 15463 reads
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