Joshua Rauh, Professor of Finance, Stanford Graduate School of Business

“Most individuals in the developed world hope or expect to retire someday — to stop working and start living off of their savings, combined with income from pension systems such as Social Security. However, for many people today, their plans to retire are threatened by financial realities. Our goal is to help people to make better decisions about their own retirement portfolio and investments, and to shed light on U.S. policies that have important implications for retirees and taxpayers.”

Joshua Rauh, Professor of Finance – Stanford Graduate School of Business

Some of the most challenging decisions for people of all ages have to do with retirement planning and savings behaviors. In this new eight-week course at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, students will have the opportunity to learn the financial concepts behind sound retirement plan investment and pension fund management – from a faculty expert.  Read more >>