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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.

Brexit, so what?
Economy & Finance

Brexit, so what?

by Viviane De Beaufort

From a European perspective, it may not be such a big deal - but a lot still depends on what the member countries decide to do.

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.

Is France the World Champion for Brands?
Economy & Finance

Is France the World Champion for Brands?

by Luc Paugam

Even if France can today be regarded as the world champion of brands, it is affected by a major global trend: the overall decline of brand value in acquisitions.

TOP RESEARCH Europe needs the UK and its sense of economic direction
Economy & Finance

Europe needs the UK and its sense of economic direction

by Radu Vranceanu

The departure of the UK would deal a serious blow to this alliance, while strengthening protectionist, centralist supporters within the EU. Such a transformation would carry with it long-term economic risks.

TOP RESEARCH Who are industry specialist auditors?
Economy & Finance

Who are industry specialist auditors?

by Anne Jeny

If industry specialist auditors are supposed to be able to provide better quality audits, how is an auditor’s degree of specialization measured?

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 VIDEO: Does mother tongue make for woman's work?
Sustainability

VIDEO: Does mother tongue make for woman's work?

by Estefania Santacreu-Vasut

Over the past century, women's labor market participation has increased dramatically around the world. Nevertheless, it seems that the final steps towards equality will be the most difficult as disparities between countries remain.

TOP RESEARCH Who needs a scapegoat ?
Economy & Finance

Who needs a scapegoat ?

by Radu Vranceanu

When should decision-makers delegate their dirty work to pass blame?

A Reclining Nude and a Soaring Market
Economy & Finance

A Reclining Nude and a Soaring Market

by Stoyan Sgourev

What’s relatively new today is the growing unpredictability at the high end of the market – where the stars reside

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