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The Age of Experts: A Review of Marc Levinson’s An Extraordinary Time,” with Stephen C. Sexauer, AJO, June 2017.

Value Investing: Robots versus People,” AJO, May 2017.

Disruption – Conference Roundup,” AJO, May 2017.

A Nation of Slugs?,” AJO, April 2017.

To Hell in a Handbasket? No Way, Says Johan Norberg,” AJO, March 21, 2017.

The Bromance that Turned Economics Upside Down,” AJO, February 7, 2017.

How Should History Judge Alan Greenspan?,” AJO, December 6, 2016.

The Only Saving Rate Article You Will Ever Need,” with M. Barton Waring, AJO, November 2016.

Floods and Deserts: Why the Dream of a Secure Pension for Everyone is Still Unattained,” with Stephen C. Sexauer, AJO, November 2016.

Is It Science or Is It Baloney?,” AJO, September 2016.

CAPMing the CAPE: Shiller-Siegel Shootout at the Q Group Corral, Part 2,” AJO, August 2016.

Milton Friedman and Monetarism Through the Looking Glass,” with Paul D. Kaplan, AJO, August 2016.

McKinsey Assesses Future Stock and Bond Returns: Are the good times really over for good?,” AJO, May 2016.

Debunking Nine Myths of Investing,” AJO, April 2016.

Five Mysteries Surrounding Low and Negative Interest Rates,” with Stephen C. Sexauer, AJO, Spring 2016.

Robert Gordon, the Special Century, and the Prospects for Economic Growth,” AJO, December 22, 2015.

Phooey on Financial Repression,” with Thomas S. Coleman, AJO, September 2015.

There Was Nothing I Could Do – All The Correlations Had Suddenly Gone To One!,” with M. Barton Waring, AJO, September 2015.

The Pension Crisis: Six Lessons Learned and a Way Forward,” with Stephen C. Sexauer, The Retirement Management Journal, Fall 2015.

How Emerging is Your Emerging Markets Manager? Arguing for a Bigger Allocation to Small Caps,” with Michael Reynal, July, 2015.

The Inventor of Behavioral Finance Looks Back,” June 23, 2015.

Can We Recover From the Public Debt Crisis? Of Course We Can,” June 9, 2015.

The Final Say on Spending Rules,” March 31, 2015.

Alternative Investments in DC Retirement Plans: Opportunities and Concerns”, Sexauer, Stephen C., and Laurence B. Siegel, June 2014.

The only spending rule article you’ll ever need,” with M. Barton Waring. Submitted to the Financial Analysts Journal, 2014.

Read Your Sharpe and Markowitz,” July 2014.

One Future, Two Views of Growth,” July 15, 2014.

Tempest in a Teapot: Michael Lewis’ Flash Boys Solve a Problem that is Barely There,” April 29, 2014.

How to Confront the End of the Bond Bull Market,” (Review of Simon Lack’s Bonds are Not Forever), March 25, 2014.

CAPE Crusaders: The Shiller-Siegel Shootout at the Q Group Corral,” February 2014.

Morningstar Conversation With Laurence Siegel & Michael Falk”, by Paul D. Kaplan, January 22, 2014.

 

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Floods and Deserts: Why the Dream of a Secure Pension for Everyone Is Still Unattained”, with Stephen C. Sexauer, Journal of Retirement, Spring 2017.

The Only Saving Rate Article You Will Ever Need — Using Just a Handheld Financial Calculator!,” with M. Barton Waring, The Journal of Investing, Spring 2017.

Five Mysteries Surrounding Low and Negative Interest Rates,” with Stephen C. Sexauer, The Journal of Portfolio Management, Spring 2017.

Let’s All Learn How to Fish,” by Michael S. Falk (foreword by Laurence B. Siegel)
A departure from the CFA Institute Research Foundation’s traditional area of focus, this Research Monograph advocates greater self-reliance, social safety nets that act more like trampolines, and a better, more fiscally responsible society. My Foreword places the book in context and showers it with the usual praise found in forewords. Or – much better idea – read the whole book! The CFA Institute Research Foundation, March 2016.

 

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Busted! Nine Hoary Myths of Investing; Be Not Afraid,” Welling on Wall St., April 15, 2016.

Pension Promises, Promises,” Welling on Wall St., June 26, 2015.

Growth: Slow In The Short Run, But…,” Welling on Wall St., September 26, 2014.

 

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What We Can Learn from Andrew Lo’s Adaptive Markets,” Advisor Perspectives, June 26, 2017.

Value Investing: Robots versus People,” Advisor Perspectives, June 4, 2017.

Tyler Cowen and the Fallacy of American Laziness,” Advisor Perspectives, May 1, 2017.

Middle-Class Wage Stagnation Is a First-World Problem – The World is Getting Richer,” Advisor Perspectives, March 20, 2017.

The Bromance that Turned Economics Upside Down,” Advisor Perspectives, February 6, 2017.

A Prediction for the Future of Active Management,” Advisor Perspectives, January 2, 2017.

How Should History Judge Alan Greenspan?,” Advisor Perspectives, December 5, 2016.

McKinsey Assesses Future Stock and Bond Returns: Are the good times really over for good?,” Advisor Perspectives, May 31, 2016.

A Conversation with Mohamed A. El-Erian,” Advisor Perspectives, February 22, 2016.

What Would Minsky Do Now?” Advisor Perspectives, February 1, 2016.

Robert Gordon, the Special Century, and the Prospects for Economic Growth,” Advisor Perspectives, December 22, 2015.

The Hidden Cost of Zero Interest Rate Policies,” with Thomas S. Coleman, Advisor Perspectives, September 28, 2015.

The Inventor of Behavioral Finance Looks Back,” June 23, 2015.

Can We Recover from the Public Debt Crisis? Of Course We Can,” June 9, 2015.

Why Byron Wien is an Optimist,” Advisor Perspectives, June 7, 2016.

The Final Say on Spending Rules,” March 31, 2015.

The Tooth-Fairy Economics of Jeff Madrick,” December 2, 2014.

One Future, Two Views of Growth,” July 15, 2014.

Tempest in a Teapot: Michael Lewis’ Flash Boys Solves a Problem That is Barely There,” April 29, 2014.

How to Confront the End of the Bond Bull Market,” (Review of Simon Lack’s Bonds are Not Forever), March 25, 2014.

CAPE crusaders: The Shiller-Siegel Shootout at the Q Group Corral,” February 18, 2014.

 

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Defined Contribution Retirement Plans Should Look and Feel More Like Defined Benefit Plans,” with Antti Ilmanen, David G. Kabiller, and Rodney N. Sullivan, AQR, The Journal of Portfolio Management, Winter 2017.

 

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The Investor’s Dilemma in Year Seven of Financial Repression”, May 2014.

On The Bright Side: An Interview With Stephen C. Sexauer”, January 2014.