Publications

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Can you hold an advantageous network position ? The role of neighborhood similarity in the sustainability of structural holes in social networks

Charles PEREZ, I-HSIEN TING

The literature has provided multiple metrics to measure the structural position of a node in a network or its structural social capital. However, the dynamics of social capital is rarely addressed.

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Exploring the journey of Responsible Business Model Innovation in Asian Companies: A review and future research agenda

Patrice CAILLEBA, D. Magni, R. Palladino, A. Papa

Based on the analysis of extended bodies of literature published between 2011 and 2021 on business model innovation, sustainability innovation, stakeholder theory and responsible innovation, the article explores the state of the art of business ethics and dynamic capabilities in Asian organizatio

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Inequality and investment: The role of institutions

Income inequality and its economic effects have become a matter of generalized concern. A consensus has recently emerged in the literature that inequality has a detrimental effect on economic performance but little is known about the exact mechanisms driving this effect.

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The disruption of the international supply chain: Firm resilience and knowledge preparedness to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak

Nathalie BITBOL-SABA, ALBERTO PEZZI , BEATRICE ORLANDO, DEBORA TORTORA

The lockdowns of several countries due to COVID-19 outbreak resulted in severe economic consequences, among which was the immediate general disruption of the international supply chain, with few exceptions.

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A fair and progressive carbon price for a sustainable economy

Thomas PORCHER, Raphael Homayoun Boroumand, Stéphane Goutte, Thomas Stocker
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How do financial and commodity markets volatility react to real economic activity?

Christian UROM, Khaled Guesmi

This paper examines the relationship between real economic activity and the financial and commodity markets using two approaches. First, we use the Discrete Wavelet Method to investigate the lead-lag dependence between real economic activity and these markets.

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Why shape a market? Empirical evidence on the prominent firm-level and market-level outcomes of market-driving strategy

Ioannis THEODORAKIS, Vlasis STATHAKOPOULOS, Konstantinos G. KOTTIKAS, Grigorios PAINESIS, Efthymia KOTTIKA

Market-driving strategy (MDS) is defined as influencing the market structure and/or the market players’ behavior in a direction that reinforces a firm’s competitive edge.

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Affaire Djokovic: retour sur une crise en quatre actes

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