Laurence Booth

Laurence Booth

Rotman School of Management

Laurence Booth is the CIT Chair in Structured Finance at Rotman School of Management. His major research interests are in corporate finance and the behaviour of regulated industries. He has published extensively in top academic and professional journals, and is the co-author of three major textbooks: International Business, Introduction to Corporate Finance and Corporate Finance. The latter book was the first Wiley Canada text to be edited for sale in the United States. Laurence is on the editorial board of five academic journals and in 2003 was awarded the Financial Post’s Leader in Management Education Award.

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Target-date funds: lessons learned?

The authors return to the topic of their 2011 paper and investigate the maturation of target-date funds and their performance during the Covid-19 pandemic, finding that the funds have largely achieved their designation.

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