ARTICLES WITH TAG: Finance

TOP RESEARCH Can Financial Markets Push for CSR?
Economy & Finance

Can Financial Markets Push for CSR?

by Adrián Zicari

Those in advanced and developed industrial countries may be tempted to view emerging markets as irresponsible producers of pollution and a culprit for much of the world’s global warming.

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.

Why Fintech “made in China” does not have to be disruptive to conquer
Economy & Finance

Why Fintech “made in China” does not have to be disruptive to conquer

by Patrick Lecomte

Dr. Patrick Lecomte, Deputy-Director Centers of Excellence ESSEC Asia-Pacific, explores the exponential rise of the Chinese Fintechs and their ambition to rival with the West’s tech giants.

Do Gender Stereotypes Influence your Financial Decisions?
Economy & Finance

Do Gender Stereotypes Influence your Financial Decisions?

by François Longin

Basing their research on a groundbreaking simulation tool, ESSEC Professors Estefania Santacreu-Vasut and François Longin investigate the influence of gender stereotypes on investors’ financial decisions.

When Financial Bubbles Burst
Economy & Finance

When Financial Bubbles Burst

by François Longin

Extreme value theory can help us understand extreme events in financial markets

Taking off the wrapper: The Hidden Dynamic of Variable Annuity Funds
Economy & Finance

Taking off the wrapper: The Hidden Dynamic of Variable Annuity Funds

by Vijay Yadav

Vijay Yadav, Professor of Finance at ESSEC Business School, shares new research providing convincing evidence that variable annuity affiliated funds can outperform, by sizeable margins, pure open-end funds.

TOP RESEARCH What leads us to trust untrustworthy investment opportunities?
Economy & Finance

What leads us to trust untrustworthy investment opportunities?

by Thomas Jeanjean

Financier Bernard Madoff (2nd-R) walks out from Federal Court after a bail hearing in Manhattan January 5, 2009 in New York City. Madoff is accused of running a $50 billion Ponzi scheme through his investment company.

TOP RESEARCH Curbing Risk Without Killing the Market
Economy & Finance

Curbing Risk Without Killing the Market

by Laurence Lescourret

Award-winning research by Finance Professors Laurence Lescourret and Andras Fulop examines the impact of bringing transparency to the opaque credit default swap market.

TOP RESEARCH Dying To Do A Deal
Economy & Finance

Dying To Do A Deal

by Sridhar Arcot

How aging private equity funds push managers to buy and sell at almost any price

Irresponsible Lending and the Crisis
Economy & Finance

Irresponsible Lending and the Crisis

by Patricia Langohr

Why Bad Debt Was Attractive and Why it Could be Again

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