Pandemic and Energy Markets
Prise en compte de la fraude dans les organisations : comment libérer la parole ?
Fraud in organizations is a reality that would cost almost 6 % of their expenses on average (J. Gee and M.Button, 2017), a huge amount that should convince organizations to address vigorously this point.
A new approach to deal with variable selection in neural networks: an application to bankruptcy prediction
Empirical evidence of the lending channel of monetary policy under negative interest rates
Does the lending channel of monetary policy operate under a negative interest rate policy (NIRP)? The purpose of this study is to shed light on the existence of a lending channel of monetary policy under NIRP.
Ideological polarization and government debt
Models of strategic debt predict that public debt increases with polarization, measured by the ideological distance between the government and its likely successor.
Les stratégies des entreprises face à l'IA
Managerial Control of Employees’ Intercorporeality and the Production of Unethical Relations
This paper aims to contribute to intercorporeal ethics studies by enlarging their political understanding.