Knowledge management and value creation in the post-crisis banking system
Measuring network systemic risk contributions: A leave-one-out approach
The aim of this paper is to propose a new network measure of systemic risk contributions that combines the pair-wise Granger causality approach with the leave-one-out concept.
Media attention and Bitcoin prices
We present a dual process diffusion model to examine whether Bitcoin prices behave with jumps attributed to informative signals derived from Twitter and Google Trends.
Multinational enterprises, local firms, and employee human rights violation in the workplace
Potential benefits of optimal intra-day electricity hedging for the environment: The perspective of electricity retailers
Quand l'Intelligence Artificielle affole le marché de l'art
The Democratic Crisis and the Knowledge Problem
This article provides a new explanation for the current democratic crisis by focusing on the growing opposition of citizens to political elites. Modern democracies are basically representative democracies in the sense that citizens are represented by a governing political elite.
The Value of Flexibility in Power Markets
What policies to combat labour informality? Evidence from Mexico
Informality often concerns policymakers due to its negative implications on productivity and poverty. In recent years, the extent of informal employment has diverged across Mexican states.