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Ex-ante litigation risk and firm-level climate-change exposure

Hatem RJIBA, A. Hossain, D. Zhang

We examine the impact of liberal judge ideology, as an exogenous proxy for ex-ante litigation risk, on firm-level climate-change exposure (CCE).

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Les marques devraient-elles cultiver le FoMO de leurs followers sur Instagram en publiant du contenu éphémère ?

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Organizing for Smart City Development: Research at the crossroads

Francesco APPIO, Luca Mora, Nicolai Foss, David Arellano-Gault, Xiaoling Zhang
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Wheat as a hedge and safe haven for equity investors during the Russia–Ukraine war

This study assesses the safe haven and hedge profiles of wheat against equity markets during the Russia–Ukraine war using both DCC-GARCH and wavelet techniques.

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A way forward to end energy poverty in China: Role of carbon-cutting targets and net-zero commitments

Khaled GUESMI, Sunil Tiwari, Kamel Si Mohammed

This paper investigates the impact of carbon-cutting targets and net-zero commitments on energy poverty (EP) in China, taking into account technological innovation (TECH), energy consumption (EC), urbanization (UR), and economic growth (GDP).

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Generalist CEO and carbon emissions

Samir SAADI, Ashrafee Hossain, Abdullah-Al Masum, Ramzi Benkraiem

In this study, we find a positive association between the general abilities of chief executive officers (CEOs) and the magnitude of carbon emissions in carbon-emitting firms (CEFs).

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Storytelling et mise en récit de l’authenticité : le cas des néovignerons en Saint-Chinian

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Trends and comments on Innovation Ecosystems in the New Economic Era: Digital Revolution and Ecological Transition, Business & Innovation

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Do geopolitical risks and global market factors influence the dynamic dependence among regional sustainable investments and major commodities?

This paper uses the Quantile Vector-Autoregressive (Q-VAR) technique to examine the connectedness between three regional (North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific) sustainability indices and major natural resource commodities including energy commodities (crude oil and natural gas), precious metals