Polarization and corruption in America
Using panel data from the US states, we document a robust negative relationship between state-level government corruption and ideological polarization. This finding is sustained when state polarization is instrumented using lagged state neighbor ideology.
Does financial globalization still spur growth in emerging and developing countries? Considering exchange rates
Exploring challenges for hybrid entrepreneurs in Business Schools
Ars longa, vita brevis. L’organisation hospitalière au prisme du «Dr House»
Does Financial inclusion affect the African banking stability?
Gérer l’inflation normative : le cas de la lutte contre le blanchiment dans une banque patrimoniale
How does a firm subject to a regulatory process, namely the fight against money-laundering and terrorist financing, handle conflicts between sets of regulations?