Andrew W. Lo is Charles E. and Susan T. Harris Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management; Director, MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering; Principal Investigator, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory; External Faculty, Santa Fe Institute.
Articles by Andrew Lo
Doing well by doing good
Drug approval swaps and megafunds can channel capital towards world’s greatest problems, writes MIT’s Lo
All the news that’s fit to print
While the benefits of the information revolution are clear, the risks it brings should not be underestimated, says Andrew Lo
Cryptocurrencies: king’s ransom or fool’s gold?
Extreme volatility makes products an unreliable store of value – for now
Financial risks don’t go on holiday
Better mapping of financial system would help avoid seasonal surprises, argues Andrew Lo
Why robo-advisers need artificial stupidity
Smarter algorithms can’t stop us making bad investment decisions – yet, writes Andrew Lo
If regulations don’t bend, they’ll break
Financial regulation should be adaptive, not reactive, argues Andrew Lo