Books by Frank Partnoy

Released: June 26, 2012

"A fascinating addition to the study of decision-making. File alongside Malcolm Gladwell, Dan Ariely and other similar writers."
A leading expert on financial market regulation studies the virtues of delay and even inaction. Read full book review >
Released: May 4, 2009

"A pertinent, timely tale of financial fraud and how it was maintained for so long."
Ivar Kreuger, known to aficionados of fraud cases as "the Match King," flourished 80 years ago. As this latest biography shows, his complex schemes could have occurred just yesterday—or might again tomorrow. Read full book review >
Released: April 14, 2003

"Riveting, for those who can persevere through the slack prose."
With hours of expert testimony on Enron before Congress under his belt, Partnoy (Law/Univ. of San Diego) also draws on his own experience in selling the arcane contracts known as derivatives to put an investor's dilemma into perspective. Read full book review >