Open Review of Management, Banking and Finance

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

From remote to smart working during the COVID-19 era, and after. First evidences from Italy

by Pamela Palmi – Marco Pichierri – M. Irene Prete Abstract: Despite the increasing attention to remote working – i.e., the possibility for employees to work outside their main office … Continue reading


New economic challenges for managing disease prevention and monitoring

by Pablo Collazzo – Mauro Romanelli – Paola Briganti – Paolino Fierro – Davide de Gennaro Abstract: Managing disease prevention and monitoring its progression benefits professionals facing the challenge of … Continue reading


Being a banking director: regulatory difficulties between sanctions and interlocking directorates

by Valerio Lemma and Susan Clements Abstract: This paper analyzes the possibilities of an adverse selection perspective in the market of banking managers due to both the restatement of sanctions and … Continue reading


How motivation brings to healthy organizations: methods and incentives to increase satisfaction, efficiency and productivity

by Angela Domenica Frusciante, Mohammed Elshendy and Nunzio Casalino Abstract: Motivation is a process consistent of several factors that make employees continually interested and committed in their job: it is done … Continue reading


The voice of stakeholders in large corporations under the Italian legislation of the last 10 years.

by Raffaele Lener Abstract: Following the reform of 2003, the Italian company law system is very open and flexible and is one of the most modern in Europe. Indeed, the … Continue reading


Mind the Gap: Expectations on the Role of UK Non-Executive Directors

by Jonathan Liu and Tomas Andersson Abstract: Notwithstanding the important role non-executive directors’ play in corporate governance and the increasing attention they receive from regulators, research on non-executives is still in … Continue reading