Preparing students to be ethical decision makers
Ethics, business decision making, and how we educate future leaders has become the subject of much discourse particularly since the 2007–2009 near collapse of the world's financial markets. This… Expand
The investment behaviour of Chinese listed firms
This thesis investigates the investment behaviour of the Chinese listed firms. Three main themes are explored. First, we look at how state ownership affects the financial constraints on investment of… Expand
Designing a tourism business model on block chain platform
- Tourism Management Perspectives
Abstract Today, blockchain is given attention in tourism, and research has begun about it. This study aimed to present a business model on blockchain platform. Blockchain is a shared distributed… Expand
Blockchain technology framework: Current and future perspectives for the tourism industry
Abstract Blockchain's ability to increase the level of disintermediation in tourism represents this technology's most effective influence on the industry. The advent of online travel agencies has… Expand
Enhancing Trust in Business Ecosystems With Blockchain Technology
- IEEE Engineering Management Review
Trust is the foundation of business and it plays an increasingly important role in complex business ecosystems. Establishing and maintaining trust is time-consuming, expensive, and fraught with risk.… Expand
Is Lack of Morality an Explanation for the Economic and Financial Crisis? A Catholic Point of View
Before 2008, several studies provided empirical evidence of a positive correlation between the functions of financial intermediation and economic growth. In 2008, the financial crisis shook trust in… Expand
The Role of the Precautionary Principle in Mitigating Financial and Banking Crisis
The theory of the precautionary principle has developed. In its implementation, the precautionary principle is used to deal with hazards in the environmental fields and has been widely used in health… Expand
Blockchains, trust and action nets: extending the pathologies of financial globalization
The Impact of Authoritarian Leadership on Ethical Voice: A Moderated Mediation Model of Felt Uncertainty and Leader Benevolence
- Journal of Business Ethics
In a sample of 522 police officers and staff in an English police force, we investigated the role of authoritarian leadership in reducing the levels of employee ethical voice (i.e., employees… Expand
Ethical Decision-Making Accounting Competencies: Practitioners' Perspectives.
- Political Science
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- BMJ : British Medical Journal
A case against Microsoft, if it winds up in court, could well hinge on the new ways that economists have found to think about competitive behaviour. Expand
Animial Spirits Depend on Trust
- The Wall Street Journal, January 27, A15.
CAUSE AND EFFECT: GOVERNMENT POLICIES AND THE FINANCIAL CRISIS
ABSTRACT The underlying cause of the financial meltdown was much more mundane than a “crisis of capitalism”: The real origins lay in mostly obscure housing, tax, and regulatory policies of the U.S.… Expand
Let’s Write the Rating Agencies out of our Law
- The Wall Street Journal, January 2. http://sec.online.wsj.com/article/SB123086073738348053.html Visited January 3, 2009.
Regulation and Distrust
- Economics, Business
In a cross-section of countries, government regulation is strongly negatively correlated with social capital. We document this correlation, and present a model explaining it. In the model, distrust… Expand
Wall Street’s trust Busters
- The Wall Street Journal, February 23, C10.
Bond Insurance Turns Toxic for Munis as Rates Soar
- Bloomberg.com, February 11.
Builders Make Plea for Federal Aid
- The Wall Street Journal, November 24, A3.
California Dumps Auction Debt; States Push on Ratings
- Bloomberg.com, March 10.