Brent Goldfarb
Associate Professor/Academic Director, The University of Maryland

Brent Goldfarb is associate professor of management and entrepreneurship in the Management and Organization Department at the Robert H Smith School of Business, and the academic director of the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship, both at the University of Maryland. His latest book is Bubbles and Crashes: The Boom and Bust of Technological Innovation (2019), co-authored with David A Kirsch. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

Written by Brent Goldfarb

Essay/
Economic history
The economics of bubbles

Market booms and busts might be irrational, but we can understand why they happen – and what to do to mitigate the damage

Brent Goldfarb & David A Kirsch