External Fraud Risk Management seen from Luhmann’s Systemic Perspective and a Tentative Reading of Healthcare Insurance Companies’ Measures through this Perspective
This research explores the contribution of Niklas
Luhmann’s radical systemic sociology to External Fraud Risk
Management. To do this, we use two Luhmannian distinctions —
between risk and danger, and between confidence and trust — to
Financial instability and oil price fluctuations: evidence from oil exporting developing countries
Oil Price Fluctuations and Financial Market Stability: Evidence from Oil Exporting Developing Countries
Diamonds versus precious metals: What gleams most against USD exchange rates?
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.