Beyond Unprecedented S3 Ep0: Reintroducing Beyond Unprecedented
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The co-hosts kick off season three of Beyond Unprecedented with the Financial Times Sujeet Indap to preview the season and map out key developments affecting workers, investors, companies, and communities.
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Ira M. Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership
Talley, Eric L.; Gillis, Talia B.; and Indap, Sujeet, "Beyond Unprecedented S3 Ep0: Reintroducing Beyond Unprecedented" (2023). Beyond Unprecedented Season 3. 1.
Released: February 16, 2023
Sujeet Indap is the Wall Street editor for the Financial Times. He was previously the U.S. editor of the Lex column and covers the intersection of corporate law and finance. Prior to joining the FT in 2013, Sujeet was an investment banker. He co-authored The Caesars Palace Coup, which came out in 2021 and chronicles the private equity and hedge fund fight over the Caesars gaming empire.
Eric Talley, Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law, writes and researches at the intersection of corporate law, governance, and finance. As a co-director of the Ira M. Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership, Talley shapes research and programs focused on the future of corporate governance and performance. He is a frequent commentator in the national media, and he speaks regularly to corporate boards and regulators on issues pertaining to fiduciary duties, governance, and finance. He is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego, and earned his J.D. and a Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University.
Talia Gillis, Associate Professor of Law and Milton Handler Fellow at Columbia Law, studies the law and economics of consumer markets. She is interested in household financial behavior and how consumer welfare is shaped by technological and legal changes. In her research, she has studied the impact of regulatory tools such as financial disclosures and fiduciary duties on consumer welfare. She also uses insights from psychology to empirically study the way households manage their financial ebbs and flows. Some of her recent work considers how artificial intelligence — and consumer fintech more broadly — is affecting consumers and raises distributional concerns. Gillis has a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University and an S.J.D. from Harvard Law School. She clerked for Deputy Chief Justice Hanan Melcer of the Supreme Court of Israel.