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Some banks are too big to fail, meaning they'll likely be bailed out by the government if facing bankruptcy. To avoid such banks behaving recklessly at the expense of the taxpayer, banking regulators have imposed safety nets, based on risk calculation. A trio of researchers uncovers flaws in the risk-scoring system and proposes simple improvements – but will they be heard?

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Accounting18 June 2018

Thinking through cannabis markets

Photo: Poll lead by Terra Nova and Echo Citoyen (whom one of the founders is (...)

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Industry in the US suffers from intense competition with Chinese imports. Now, Johan Hombert and (...)

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Platform companies like Uber, Airbnb and eBay represent a disruptive new economic phenomenon. (...)

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Corporate Finance1 June 2017

Do talents affect financial decisions?

Talented workers are the first to leave a firm in financial distress. Simultaneously, this makes (...)

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In a bid to make it easier for financial reports to be processed by computers, these must now be (...)

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Private equity firms have a reputation for hard-nosed business tactics, buying and reselling (...)

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Can central clearing parties achieve global financial stability without creating collateral (...)

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