Ethnic diversity reduces risk of market bubbles

If they consider it at all, investors likely regard ethnic diversity as a matter of social policy. But new research by an MIT Sloan professor suggests a much more practical reason to consider diversity: compared to markets comprised of ethnically homogeneous traders, ethnically diverse markets tend to price assets more accurately and are less susceptible to market bubbles. —> Read More Here


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