From mining coal to mining Bitcoin, a market is always prone to collapse, triggering all types of questions, including:
- What were the warning signs?
- How will you know when it has hit bottom?
- At what point will investors look to capitalize?
- Is a subsequent upswing temporary or sustainable long-term?
NJIT’s Michael Ehrlich speaks authoritatively on market failures, as director of the university’s Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Research Institute for Business, Technology and Society. He also brings real-world expertise, having run his own business and managed units of Salomon Brothers and Bear Stearns.
Moreover, Ehrlich excels at explaining the most complex financial issues in plain English. To interview him, simply click on the button below.
Michael Ehrlich Associate Professor of Finance and Co-Director of NJ Innovation Acceleration Center
Professor Ehrlich's research focuses on financial markets and institutions, with an emphasis on market failures