ARTICLES WITH TAG: Economics Department

TOP RESEARCH Understanding the glass ceiling in the accountancy profession: novel perspectives
Economy & Finance

Understanding the glass ceiling in the accountancy profession: novel perspectives

by Anne Jeny

From the paper “New avenues of research to explain the rarity of females at the top of the accountancy profession”, by Anne Jeny and Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, published in Palgrave Communication, March 2017.

Gender Diversity in Central Banks: How May Things Evolve?
Economy & Finance

Gender Diversity in Central Banks: How May Things Evolve?

by Patricia Charléty

New research by Patricia Charlety Professor of Economics and Finance, with Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, Professor of Economics, both at ESSEC Business School

Political Risk vs. Economic Policy Risk: Which one really matters?
Economy & Finance

Political Risk vs. Economic Policy Risk: Which one really matters?

by Editor ESSEC Knowledge

Giovanni Pagliardi, PhD student at ESSEC Business School, and Prof. François Longin, Prof. of Finance, share research on 32 countries and provide a ground-breaking decision-aid tool for international investment and development funds.

TOP RESEARCH Irregular Migration and Network Effects: What Policy Implications for Europe?
Economy & Finance

Irregular Migration and Network Effects: What Policy Implications for Europe?

by Radu Vranceanu

Professor Radu Vranceanu comments on the complex relationship between regular and irregular migration in the EU context

TOP RESEARCH The age of anti-globalization: How tightening visa policies can hurt knowledge flows
Economy & Finance

The age of anti-globalization: How tightening visa policies can hurt knowledge flows

by Estefania Santacreu-Vasut

Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School, and Kensuke Teshima of ITAM, Mexico, share their research into the role of expatriates in the transfer of technology within multinational companies* and tackle the possible impact of proposed anti-migrant policies.

TOP RESEARCH Shedding Light on the Shadow Economy: what trade-offs should governments make?
Economy & Finance

Shedding Light on the Shadow Economy: what trade-offs should governments make?

by Cristina Terra

Cristina Terra, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School, shares her research into the effects of regulations and policies on the informal economy and points the world’s governments towards a dilemma: should the shadow economy be tolerated after all?

How Can We Make Someone Work for Us?
Leadership

How Can We Make Someone Work for Us?

by Patricia Charléty

Patricia Charléty, Professor of Economics and Finance, and Gorkem Celik, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School, look into the work of the Nobel Prize winners Bengt Holmström and Oliver Hart to expose how the contract plays the part of motivator.

The Rising Financial Imbalances of the Eurozone: Rebuilding in Unstable Times
Economy & Finance

The Rising Financial Imbalances of the Eurozone: Rebuilding in Unstable Times

by Radu Vranceanu

Radu Vranceanu, Professor and Head of the Department of Economics at ESSEC Business School, looks into the long-lasting impact of the world’s last financial crisis on the Eurozone and assesses the strategies put in place to recover from it

The inside-out US election: Who will make history?
Communication

The inside-out US election: Who will make history?

by Estefania Santacreu-Vasut

As the world gears up to the forthcoming 3rd debate in the US Presidential election campaign, Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School and expert on gender equality in business and finance, looks into women in power and taps into the strategies used by US election candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to instill their identity among voters.

who still needs French unions?
Economy & Finance

who still needs French unions?

by Radu Vranceanu

The dynamics of French unionism and the recent tensions between French unions and the government related to proposed changes in the French labour law can be understood more accurately from an appropriate historical perspective.

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