Finance Professor Itay Goldstein discusses the Disclosure of Banks’ Stress-Test Results in this Penn Wharton PPI Issue Brief.
- PhD, Tel-Aviv University, 2001
- MA, Tel-Aviv University, 1998
- BA, Tel-Aviv University, 1994
Joel S. Ehrenkranz Family Professor, Professor of Finance, Coordinator of PhD Program
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Itay Goldstein, Lucian Bebchuk (2011). Self-Fulfilling Credit Market Freezes, Review of Financial Studies, 24(11), 3519-3555.
Itay Goldstein, Emre Ozdenoren, Kathy Yuan (2011). Learning and Complementarities in Speculative Attacks, Review of Economic Studies, 78(1), 263-292.
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