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Published on 13 September 2021
Gazi Islam, a Lecturer and Researcher at Grenoble Ecole de Management, points out the importance of the social, economic, political, and cultural context and structure in ethical decision-making at an individual level.
Published on 13 April 2021
Christophe Bonnet and Michel Albouy, professors of finance at Grenoble Ecole de Management, demonstrate that the 15% ROE allegedly expected by shareholders is nothing more than a myth.
Published on 18 October 2017
Interview: The French government recently suggested it would ask landlords to lower their rent by five euros in order to compensate a decrease in government funding for low-income housing. Michel Albouy, a professor of finance at Grenoble Ecole de...
Published on 03 July 2017
The audit industry has garnered increasing attention from policy makers, in particular since the demise of Arthur Andersen in 2002. The industry is marked by the fact it has only four major players known as the Big 4. The concentration of audit...
Published on 10 January 2017
Member-based organizations such as co-operatives are built around the concepts of democracy and equality. However, not all co-operatives are successful in maintaining their egalitarian approach. This latest study explores an innovative perspective...
UK CFOs are less optimistic and more uncertain about economy now than end of 2015, global survey findsPublished on 31 March 2016
Economic and political uncertainty and currency risk are among major concerns, indicating that a potential Brexit is damaging confidence. UK Financial Executives have the highest understanding among Europeans of recent innovations such as the...