Open Review of Management, Banking and Finance

«They say things are happening at the border, but nobody knows which border» (Mark Strand)

«The globalization paradox». Reflections and findings from Dani Rodrik’s work.

by Francesco Capriglione        Abstract: The relevant socio-political implications connected to the significative changes of the global economic situation produced by such phenomenon need to be verified. In this … Continue reading

30/11/2018

The Corporate Interest of Banking Institutions

by Andrea Sacco Ginevri    Abstract: This article explores the notion of the “corporate interest” of banking entities in light of the recent evolutions in thelegal framework (such as CRD … Continue reading

09/12/2016

The governance of the energy market: universal access to energy and energy poverty

by Laura Ammannati (*) Abstract:  Energy, and access to energy, are essential for human life and development. A number of energy issues – including energy security, energy prices, and the … Continue reading

23/09/2016

Thoughts on Brexit and first evaluations on the results.

by Mirella Pellegrini Abstract: This Article mainly analyses the impact of the “leave” success on the economic stability and, more in particular, on the European Financial System. Starting from a … Continue reading

02/09/2016

UK referendum and Brexit hypothesis (The way out perspective and the convenience to ‘remain united’)

by Francesco Capriglione Abstract: This paper concerns the position of the United Kingdom in the framework of diversity that characterizes the European Union, by focusing on the uncertainty caused by a referendum on the … Continue reading

24/03/2016

The impact of the bail-in on banking services and bank funding

  by Vincenzo Troiano and Gregorio Consoli Abstract: This paper examines the main implications for bank services and bank funding that arise from the introduction of the Bank Recovery and … Continue reading

22/02/2016

General Principles of Law

by Guido Alpa Abstract: this article identifies the functions performed by general principles is arbitrary, as is the categorisation, creation and identification of principles in the law in force. The findings of this … Continue reading

27/09/2015