Ideas Made to Matter Finance

Couples miss out when they fail to coordinate retirement benefits

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Better communication between spouses could translate to saving an average of almost $700 more every year, new MIT Sloan research shows.

Nov 7, 2023
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Ideas Made to Matter Public Policy

A Nobel economist’s take on bank behavior, bailouts, and policy

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Robert C. Merton shares his views on Silicon Valley Bank, interest-rate risk, and the need for an accurate assessment of financial policy.

Oct 17, 2023
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How credit is allocated during booms can predict busts

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Across history, some bursts of lending to companies and individuals, or so-called "credit booms," have led to busts, while others haven't.

Jun 26, 2023
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MIT’s Golub Center presents the Miriam Pozen Prize to Mario Draghi, former president of the European Central Bank

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The biennial prize recognizes an individual who had made outstanding contributions to the advancement of financial policy research or practice, which is the core mission of the MIT GCFP.

Jun 7, 2023
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