At the question “are cyber risks insurable”, Dr. Michael Dacorogna replied: “Is that really the question? Isn’t the real question “How are insurers going to insure it?”
How do banks adjust when faced with a sudden rise in capital requirements?
Organized crime plays a prominent role in a variety of illicit markets, but what role does it play in legal markets?
Is the modern firm more similar to the story plot in a Jane Austen novel than it is to the firm in the standard economic model?
How do subjects in two different countries, Korea and France, react to tournament incentives and winning.
While certain countries are denying the reality of climate change, cities, states and companies all around the world are taking their own initiatives towards a sustainable future for our planet
Has Gold gone out of fashion? Is Bitcoin becoming the new digital gold that could be useful in times of turbulence?
The negative consequences of climate change are a source of concern for both policymakers and the public. To address these legitimate worries, private and public organizations are multiplying actions and legislation...
In her policy paper, Prof. Anne Jeny aims to shed light on the issue of intangible assets' recognition.