Tadashi Hashimoto

Study: Financial Actors Seek Edge by Withholding Information

Providers of financial information have an economic incentive to delay its disclosure for strategic business reasons, according to a Yeshiva University analysis published in the Journal of Financial Economics. The paper, “Information Arrival, Delay, and Clustering in Financial Markets with Dynamic Freeriding,” co-authored by Dr. Tadashi Hashimoto, an assistant professor in the Quantitative Economics program […]

Career Center Initiative Receives Recognition

Finance Alumni Internship Initiative Named 2016 NACE Members Choice Award Finalist The Finance Alumni Internship Initiative, a program organized by Yeshiva University’s Career Center, has been designated a 2016 National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Members Choice Award finalist. The initiative connects students with summer internship opportunities through alumni and employers in addition to […]