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Wall Street Research: Past, Present, and Future Hardcover – August 7, 2013
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"The book provides some useful insights into the incentives analysts face and differences in the incentives faced by sell-side analysts and buy-side analysts . . . I recommend the book to those interested in the important questions of what analysts do, how their activities are funded, and the potential business models for sell-side analyst research in the future."Mary Benner, Administrative Science Quarterly
"Groysberg and Healy are the preeminent chroniclers of Wall Street, having amassed an unsurpassed treasure trove of history and knowledge from their decades-long pursuit of the personalities, institutions, and regulations that have made the industry what it is today. Wall Street Research explores potential business models and platforms for the continuing evolution of sell-side research. The importance of independent research for our industry, for the economy and for individual investors, makes this a must-read."Jay C. Plourde, Executive Director, CLSA Americas
"Full of institutional details that deepen our understanding of sell-side research, this book provides penetrating insights into the role that financial analysts plays in stock markets."Patricia Dechow, UC Berkeley
"In one short volume, the authors provide a historic perspective on Wall Street research, while offering crisp and insightful views on topics that can seem intangible and amorphous, even to those who are steeped in the traditions of the business. The book is a valuable resource for experienced analysts, investors, brokers, and regulators; it is also a great read for those who are about to embark on a career in research, and for those of us who are getting ready to look back on one."Stephen J. Buell, Director of US Equity Research, Canaccord Genuity Inc.
"An important objective analysis that should be read by all who want to understand the role and value of analysts. It should be mandatory reading for researchers, journalists, and regulators who deal with these professionals."Trevor Harris, Columbia University and Former Managing Director and Vice Chairman, Morgan Stanley
"Wall Street Research: Past, Present, and Future provides the reader with an excellent historical perspective on sell-side research. Groysberg and Healy clearly describe the many challenges that research departments have faced over the years, and take an insightful look at what firms have done to overcome those obstacles. They do a fabulous job of painting the picture of an ever-evolving business model."Tom Maloney, Managing Director and Director of Research, Needham & Company
"As an analyst and research director for more than 30 years, I can say that the authors did an outstanding job of describing the analyst role and the increasingly difficult challenges presented by technology and regulatory change."Robert P. Anastasi, Senior Managing Director and Director of Equity Research, Raymond James & Associates
"A great read for people interested in the nitty gritty of sell-side research trends. I especially liked the analysis of the particular responses from the sell side to different realities in the ever changing economics of the business."Andres Ramon Cuellar Davila, Head of Equity Research Sales LATAM, GBM
"High quality investment research is critical for the efficient operation of any capital market. This is one way in which investment banks can unequivocally deliver constructive input as they redefine their role in society after the global financial crisis. However, as the authors deftly highlight, the business model for funding research has long been a challenging and rapidly evolving puzzle, making this book a compelling read for anyone interested in the evolution of financial markets."Damien Horth, Managing Director and Head of Research, Asia and Japan, UBS AG
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