Professor Patrick Verwijmeren argues that the increasing availability and continuous improvement of financial data creates opportunities for financial researchers to aid in the identification of suspicious behavior in financial markets.
Financial markets are subject to ethnic and racial prejudice, as well as, discrimination. Ivana Naumovksa shows that societal dynamics can compromise market efficiency, and demonstrates that American investors often assume Chinese companies listing reverse mergers in the USA are fraudulent.
Sebastian Fourné reveals that companies can successfully balance exploration and exploitation, and act with strategic agility, leveraging the experience of long-tenured employees and horizontal knowledge sharing across business units.
Pinar Cankurtaran's work contributes to the body of knowledge on new product development (NPD) speed through examination of the actual effect that speed has on performance, given the inconsistencies in empirical research, and ways in which product development can be accelerated with consideration of uncertainty.
Evsen Korkmaz will help businesses determine how much time and effort individual customers are worth investing in.