French energy policy: A gradual transition
Over the past decade, France has gradually adapted its energy policy to bring it into line with its international environmental commitments. Historically based on independence and sobriety criteria, French energy policy now prioritises the environmental and climate impact of its energy mix.
6th NBRM Research Conference
3rd HenU/INFER Workshop on Applied Macroeconomics
Internationalization of Central and Eastern European firms: trends and strategies
Purpose - This article aims to present the specific context of CEE economies and its impact on firms’ internationalization. It also introduces the contributions to this special issue.
Is there a competition-stability trade-off in European banking?
The existence of a trade-off between bank competition and financial stability has always been a controversial issue, both among policy makers and academics.
Public debt management in developed economies during the crisis
The aim of this chapter is to identify certain shifts in the behaviors of public debt managers in selected developed countries. This study focuses on Canada, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States for the period 1998–2015 in quarterly data.
Reputation, E-Reputation, and Value-Creation of Mergers and Acquisitions
This article investigates the effects of reputation and e-reputation on the value created by mergers and acquisitions (M&As). Building on the resource-based view, we study the impact of the acquirer’s reputation on financial market reactions to M&A announcements.