Economics & Finance

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GSJ: The Impact of Populism on Multinational Corporations’ Investment

A stable economic and political environment is necessary for firms to feel secure while making long-term investment decisions, such as those related to investing in foreign countries (also known as…

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SEJ: Charismatic CEOs Lead to Higher IPO Prices

The perception and negotiation abilities of more charismatic CEOs result in higher IPO prices and smaller offer price ranges for their firms, according to new research published in Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.…

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SEJ Video Abstract | The Signaling Effect of Entrepreneurship Subsidies on IPO Investor Valuation

 

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Strategic Management Journal article “Innovation and profitability following antitrust intervention against a dominant platform: The wild, wild west?”

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SMJ Video Abstract | Health insurance benefits as a labor market friction

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Charismatic CEOs Lead to Higher IPO Prices

In sales, you’re often selling yourself as much as you’re selling the product — and new research published in the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal suggests the same holds true for IPOs.…

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Stock Purchases by U.S. Senators are More Valuable to Investors Than Information About Lawmakers’ Stock Trades

Firms may be well-served to target an expanded breadth of government. By Sarah Steimer There’s been a lot of noise in recent years about lawmakers’ stock purchases and new research in…

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Stock Purchases by U.S. Senators are More Valuable to Investors Than Information About Lawmakers’ Stock Trades

Firms may be well-served to target an expanded breadth of government. By Sarah Steimer There’s been a lot of noise in recent years about lawmakers’ stock purchases and new research in…

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Does Government Oversight Help Public Universities Financially?

By J Katherine Bahr Public universities in the United States are facing a stark financial future. Enrollment is dropping at record rates. State funding decreased dramatically in the last decade. Student…

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Unemployment Benefits May Not be so Beneficial to Would-be Entrepreneurs

By Sarah SteimerA period of unemployment may seem like the perfect time to experiment with starting a new business — but unemployment insurance (UI) benefits may actually deter people from…

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