Assessing The Role Of Tif And Lihtc On Affordable Housing Development, 2018 University of Wisconsin - Madison
Assessing The Role Of Tif And Lihtc On Affordable Housing Development, Jaime Luque
Developers, Wall Street And Taxmen, 2018 Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Developers, Wall Street And Taxmen, Marta Faias, Jaime Luque
Mortgage Default Risk Amplifies The Effect Of Systemic Risk On Risk Premium, 2018 Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Mortgage Default Risk Amplifies The Effect Of Systemic Risk On Risk Premium, Adilson Almeida, Marta Faias, Jaime Luque
Non-Prime Mortgage Market Structures: A Credit Scoring Perspective, 2018 University of Wisconsin - Madison
Non-Prime Mortgage Market Structures: A Credit Scoring Perspective, Jaime Luque, Timothy Riddiough
Equilibrium In Fx Swap Markets: Funding Pressures And The Cross-Currency Basis, 2018 University of Wisconsin-Madison
Equilibrium In Fx Swap Markets: Funding Pressures And The Cross-Currency Basis, Jean-Marc Bottazzi, Jaime Luque, Mario Pascoa
Leverage, Security Bubbles And The Regulation Of Repo Markets, 2018 University of Wisconsin - Madison
Leverage, Security Bubbles And The Regulation Of Repo Markets, Jean-Marc Bottazzi, Jaime Luque, Mario Pascoa
The Repo Channel Of Cross-Border Lending In The European Sovereign Debt Crisis, 2018 University of Wisconsin - Madison
The Repo Channel Of Cross-Border Lending In The European Sovereign Debt Crisis, Jaime Luque
Professional Development Needs Of Utah State University Extension Professionals, 2018 Utah State University
Professional Development Needs Of Utah State University Extension Professionals, Callahan K. Ward
All Graduate Theses and Dissertations
Many Utah State University (USU) Extension personnel are nearing retirement age. The purpose of this study was to identify professional development needs of Extension professionals and assess USU Extension by evaluating competencies essential to be a successful Extension professional. USU Extension can conduct more beneficial professional development training by using identified high priority competencies and improve the on boarding process for new Extension professionals. With improvements as suggested, the effectiveness of professional development could be enhanced and produce Extension professionals who work more efficiently and are committed to the success of USU Extension.
Principles Of Microeconomics (Ga Southern), 2018 Georgia Southern University
Principles Of Microeconomics (Ga Southern), Constantin Ogloblin, John Brown, John King, William Levernier
Business Administration, Management, and Economics Grants Collections
This Grants Collection for Principles of Microeconomics was created under a Round Eight ALG Textbook Transformation Grant.
Affordable Learning Georgia Grants Collections are intended to provide faculty with the frameworks to quickly implement or revise the same materials as a Textbook Transformation Grants team, along with the aims and lessons learned from project teams during the implementation process.
Documents are in .pdf format, with a separate .docx (Word) version available for download. Each collection contains the following materials:
- Linked Syllabus
- Initial Proposal
- Final Report
Equity Culture And Decent Work: The Case Of Amazon (2017), 2018 University of Massachusetts Boston
Equity Culture And Decent Work: The Case Of Amazon (2017), Marcy Murninghan
New England Journal of Public Policy
Every year, publicly traded companies hold annual meetings at which management presents a summary of the year’s accomplishments and shareholders vote on a slate of ballot issues, referred to as “proxy resolutions,” that are placed there by either management or shareholders. As in public life, in theory this form of corporate governance relies on a division of authority and checks and balances among shareholders, the board of directors, and company management. In theory, shareholders function much like registered voters, boards serve as their elected representatives, and management operates much like the executive branch to carry out the mandates accorded ...
Corporate Civic Responsibility And The Ownership Agenda: Investing In The Public Good (1994), 2018 University of Massachusetts Boston
Corporate Civic Responsibility And The Ownership Agenda: Investing In The Public Good (1994), Marcy Murninghan
New England Journal of Public Policy
This article seeks to provoke broader public discussion about ways in which human and ecologic dignity, prosperity, and the civic ideal can be advanced through a revitalized and principled ownership agenda that features greater levels of corporate accountability and civic virtue. It draws from portions of what then was called an “Occasional Paper,” part of a series emanating from the early days of the University of Massachusetts Boston’s McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies. Written in 1994, it introduces a new paradigm for corporate governance called the “corporate covenant,” which casts ownership within the framework of citizenship ...
Money And Morality: Pathways Toward A Civic Stewardship Ethic (2012), 2018 University of Massachusetts Boston
Money And Morality: Pathways Toward A Civic Stewardship Ethic (2012), Marcy Murninghan
New England Journal of Public Policy
Based on a plenary presentation made at the Ninth Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance, held at Harvard Law School in 2010, less than two years after the 2008 financial crisis, this article argues for the restoration of ethical values and civic commitments in capitalism and economic enterprise, drawing on traditional religious, theological, and philosophical principles regarding the civic moral obligations associated with building and managing wealth. The article is divided into three main parts. It begins with an overview of reform measures emanating from the financial debacle, including the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, and an ...
Are Volatility Expectations In Different Countries Interdependent? A Data-Driven Solution To Structural Var Identification For Implied Equity Volatility Indices, Timothy De Silva
Undergraduate Economic Review
Over the past couple of decades, the number of volatility indices has increased rapidly. Although the dynamics of realized volatility spillover have been studied extensively, very few studies exist that examine the spillover between these implied volatility indices. By using DAG-based structural vector autoregression, this paper provides evidence that implied volatility spillover differs from realized volatility spillover. Through solving the well-known VAR identification problem for these indices, this paper finds that Asia, more specifically Hong Kong, plays a central role in implied volatility spillover during and after the 2008 financial crisis.
Is Education A Waste Of Time And Money?, 2018 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University
Is Education A Waste Of Time And Money?, Michael Hemesath
No abstract provided.
Centre Emile Bernheim - Research Center In Management Science Activity Report 2017, 2018 Universite Libre de Bruxelles
Centre Emile Bernheim - Research Center In Management Science Activity Report 2017, Kim Oosterlinck, Pierre-Guillaume Méon, Aurélie Rousseaux
Capturing Regulatory Agendas?: An Empirical Study Of Industry Use Of Rulemaking Petitions, 2018 University of Pennsylvania Law School
Capturing Regulatory Agendas?: An Empirical Study Of Industry Use Of Rulemaking Petitions, Daniel E. Walters
A great deal of skepticism toward administrative agencies stems from the widespread perception that they excessively or even exclusively cater to business interests. From the political right comes the accusation that business interests use regulation to erect barriers to entry that protect profits and stifle competition. From the political left comes the claim that business interests use secretive interactions with agencies to erode and negate beneficial regulatory programs. Regulatory “capture” theory elevates many of these claims to the status of economic law. Despite growing skepticism about capture theory in academic circles, empirical studies of business influence and capture return ambiguous ...
Entrepreneurship Education Empowers Youth To Change Their Lives, 2018 Foundation for Economic Education
Entrepreneurship Education Empowers Youth To Change Their Lives, Marianna Brashear, Jason Riddle
National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah
The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) aims at equipping Title 1 schools with free, hands-on, engaging materials that any teacher can facilitate either individually or in a classroom setting with no background in entrepreneurship necessary. These versatile lessons, courses, and workshops teach the entrepreneurial mindset optimizing opportunities for grades 8-12 students no matter which life/career path they choose.
Aproximación A Los Mecanismos Para Completar El Contrato Desde La Teoría Económica. El Caso De La Cadena Alimentaria, Teresa Rodríguez-Cachón
The Latin American and Iberian Journal of Law and Economics
The economic theory of the contract has put into the firing line of legal debate the relevance of taking into account the incomplete nature of this legal instrument, coming from the bounded rationality of human beings and from the existence of transaction costs. From this point of view, it is necessary to study legal system mechanisms to correct this problem. These mechanisms, apart from being particularly relevant in long-term contractual relations, differ according to the nature of each relation. Among all, special attention is focused on default rules as a mechanism to fill in contracts and their application to the ...
Extremal Quantile Regressions For Selection Models And The Black-White Wage Gap, Xavier D'Haultfoeuille, Arnaud Maurel, Yichong Zhang
Research Collection School Of Economics
We consider the estimation of a semiparametric sample selection model without instrument or large support regressor. Identification relies on the independence between the covariates and selection, for arbitrarily large values of the outcome. We propose a simple estimator based on extremal quantile regression and establish its asymptotic normality by extending previous results on extremal quantile regressions to allow for selection. Finally, we apply our method to estimate the black-white wage gap among males from the NLSY79 and NLSY97. We find that premarket factors such as AFQT and family background play a key role in explaining the black-white wage gap.
The Trillion-Dollar Question, 2018 DePaul University
The Trillion-Dollar Question
DePaul alumni Carolyn Leonard and Monika Black work to help the financial services industry better understand and serve female investors. The pair uses Leonard's background in stock-option trading and Black's training in community psychology to help women understand their investing style and help the financial services industry develop investment plans that reflect the care networks women maintain.