October 16, 2019

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Electronic Bulls, Bears and Pigs: Predicting the Next "Flash Crash"

The next "flash crash" could be sustained and global. Hazel Henderson lays out the problem, and remedy, on Talkback.

Best for the World: Creating a Meaningful Financial Market at Beartooth Capital

What does it take to scale impact investing and build a meaningful financial market? A chat with Beartooth Capital.

Sometimes Corporate Social Responsibility Actually Means Putting Profit First

Deciding between right and right is a fundamental paradox for most businesses, so put the interests of shareholders first. Impakt.

Did Thomas Piketty Get His Math Wrong?

A Financial Times report is casting doubt on the data behind Thomas Piketty's popular book. NYT.

Finding Ethical Alpha

A review by G. Benjamin Bingham of the Finding Ethical Alpha conference that took place on May 12-13 in St. Augustine, Fla.

Speed and Efficiency Becoming False Goals in Financial Markets

Reforms are in the works as Wall Street's "Flash Boys" face a backlash. Hazel Henderson reports on Talkback.

How Crowdfunding Is Catalyzing Social Change

As one example, Kuli Kuli wouldn't exist without a crowdfunding campaign. And they're certainly not the only ones. SB.

Environmental Profit & Loss Accounting: Can We Make It Work?

Environmental Profit & Loss (EP&L) is starting to pick up pace. How does it actually work? SB.

IMF, World Bank Push for Price on Carbon

IMF and World Bank warn time is running out for the planet to avoid worst-case climate change. France 24.

What's the Big Deal about Michael Lewis and High-frequency Trading?

Michael Lewis' new book "Flash Boys" is the latest critique of high-frequency trading. PBS.




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