Open Review of Management, Banking and Finance

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

Impediments to resolvability: critical issues and challenges ahead

by Marco Bodellini Abstract: This paper analyses the impediments to resolvability, distinguishing between exogenous (or architectural) impediments and endogenous (or stricto sensu) impediments. They are both obstacles that can hinder … Continue reading

20/12/2019

Risk Management through Corporate Governance: A Study of Public Sector Banking Institutions in India

by Deepankar Sharma Abstract: The financial instability in the banking sector of any country marks a beginning of broader existential crisis for the maintenance of economic growth rate which may … Continue reading

03/09/2019

Fintech regulation: the need for a research.

by Valerio Lemma Abstract: This article analyzes certain questions raised about the definition of ‘fintech’ and its fundamental elements, in order to highlight that the evolution of the European regulation … Continue reading

14/12/2018

«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

Insurtech and interoperability of fintech firms

by Alessandro Engst and Valerio Lemma Abstract: This research aims at understanding if the current regulation would allow to an alternative market for risks and their coverages, due to the possibility … Continue reading

04/09/2018

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