The global enforcement of U.S. law and its implication for European corporate governance - M. Winkler and D. Restrepo Amarilas ©Fotolia

The jurisdiction of US economic sanctions is far greater than many businesses realise. French banking corporation BNP Paribas recently agreed to pay the US government the astronomic amount of 8.9 billion dollars, for doing business in sanctioned countries such as Sudan, Iran and Cuba. In their study, David Restrepo Amariles and Matteo Winkler investigate what this means for the future of European (...)

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Can central clearing parties achieve global financial stability without creating collateral shortages? In their recent study, Darrell Duffie, Martin Scheicher and Guillaume Vuillemey had unique access to data that has enabled first time (...)

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Enriching the regulatory framework can lead to a complexity that overshadows understanding of the regulations. In order to help find a balance between the two, a research team is developing a method to measure such complexity by examining (...)

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Our ongoing machine-learning research at HEC Paris helps managers paint a clearer vision of the future. By programming a computer to aggregate lots of different forecasting methods – of which there are many – managers are no longer faced (...)

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In our connected world, hardly any consumer would imagine making a purchase, online or even offline, without first checking peer reviews. The effect of such electronic word of mouth (eWOM) on sales has long been proven. A new academic (...)

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