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The Effect of Mergers on Competition

The Effect of Mergers on Competition

by Barbara Chizzolini

There were several MA operations involving major banks in Italy and France in the 20042008 period, but the increase in market concentration had opposite effects in the two countries  

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Financial Crises: Who Can Predict Them and How

Financial Crises: Who Can Predict Them and How

by Carlo Favero

The answer is in online machine learning that, by combining huge amounts of data and models, is able to produce optimal predictions where collective imagination has failed. At least in the past. For the future, the challenge remains open  

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When Parents Have to Pay Dearly for Their Children

When Parents Have to Pay Dearly for Their Children

by Letizia Mencarini

The direct and indirect costs of becoming parents affect the propensity to have children, as shown by various empirical studies estimating the effects of income, welfare and education  

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When the Minority Shareholder Is Calling the Shots

When the Minority Shareholder Is Calling the Shots

by Gaia Balp

Things change when hedge funds drive shareholder activism through the purchase of 10% of the capital with voting rights, and gain control when other shareholders join them  

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When It Comes to Sports, Will Europe Become American?

When It Comes to Sports, Will Europe Become American?

by Piero Almiento

Europe and America have two different business models in professional team sports. However, when the European Super League replaces the existing Champions League, the winning model will be apparent  

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How Hoarding Cash Affects Firms

How Hoarding Cash Affects Firms

by Domenico Rocco Cambrea

A study of over 1,700 Italian companies investigates the relationship between liquidity and corporate value. It is positive for family companies, particularly if executives come from the family  

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The Globalization of Healthcare Is a Fact. Let's Act Accordingly

The Globalization of Healthcare Is a Fact. Let's Act Accordingly

by Eduardo Missoni

This is why we need a multidisciplinary approach to protect people's health with a strategy that unites health practitioners, administrators, and policymakers around the world  

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Robot Advisor, the Investor's Best Friend

Robot Advisor, the Investor's Best Friend

by Emanuele Elli

Thanks to open banking we will see an evolution in data analytics, says Pasquale Orlando, Bocconi alumnus and founder of DeusTechnology. And we will learn to trust expert systems  

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The Network of Open Banking

The Network of Open Banking

by Anna Omarini

From the application of the PSD2 directive to challenges for governance. How business models must change, avoiding the logic of commodities  

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The Sense of Purpose of Leaders 4.0

The Sense of Purpose of Leaders 4.0

by Massimo Magni

No longer a conductor but someone who is able to convey the importance of the orchestra: team leaders are evolving. This is why studying them and analyzing their styles and abilities will contribute to educating the leadership class of the future  

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The Me Brand

The Me Brand

by Maria Carmela Ostillio

In order to be acknowledged on the job, communication skills are not enough. Personal branding and organizational skills are also required  

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A Healthy Environment Is a Duty, Not a Right

A Healthy Environment Is a Duty, Not a Right

by Fabrizio Fracchia

From a legal point of view, we can guarantee sustainable development only by positing that the current generation has an obligation to deliver a viable planet to future generations  

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When Taxes Can Save Your Life

When Taxes Can Save Your Life

by Giovanni Fattore

An increase in excise duties on tobacco would have a doubly positive effect: it would reduce the number of smokers and replenish state coffers. But it would inevitably have a regressive effect  

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