A Comparative Study of French and U.S. Public Company governance: French Law That Coult Improve the Integrity of U.S. Financial Reporting

B. Fisher, F. LENGLART

New England Journal of International and Comparative Law

Spring 2007, vol. 13, n°2

Departments: Tax & Law

A Minority Game with Bounded Recall


Mathematics of Operations Research

November 2007, vol. 32, n°4, pp.873-889

Departments: Economics & Decision Sciences, GREGHEC (CNRS)

Keywords: Folk theorem, de Bruijn sequence, Imperfect monitoring, Uniform equilibrium, Public equilibrium, Private equilibrium

This paper studies a repeated minority game with public signals, symmetric bounded recall, and pure strategies. We investigate both public and private equilibria of the game with fixed recall size. We first show how public equilibria in such a repeated game can be represented as colored subgraphs of a de Bruijn graph. Then we prove that the set of public equilibrium payoffs with bounded recall converges to the set of uniform equilibrium payoffs as the size of the recall increases. We also show that private equilibria behave badly: A private equilibrium payoff with bounded recall need not be a uniform equilibrium payoff

A non-technical guide to instrumental variables and regressor-error dependencies



2007, vol. 2, pp.3-20

Departments: Marketing, GREGHEC (CNRS)

A Queuing Framework for Routing Problems with Time-dependent Travel Times

H. Peremans, T. Van Woensel, N. Vandaele, L. KERBACHE

Journal of Mathematical Modelling and Algorithms

March 2007, vol. 6, n°1, pp.151-173

Departments: Information Systems and Operations Management, GREGHEC (CNRS)

Accounting and the birth of the notion of capitalism


Critical Perspectives on Accounting

March 2007, vol. 18, n°3, pp.263-296

Departments: Accounting & Management Control

Keywords: Capitalism, Accounting, Karl Marx werner Sombart, Double-entry bookkeeping