IESEG School of Management

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    A Triangular Analysis Of Exchange Rate Determination And Adjustments - The Case Of RMB, The US Dollar And The Euro

    Exchange rate determination is of phenomenal importance in international economic relations and should be scrutinized with diverse perspectives and from various points of view. While RMB is pegged to the US dollar, the exchange rate between RMB and the euro is not fixed, due to that the exchange rate between...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Desperately Seeking Good Leaders: Hubris, Ethical Behaviors And Authentic Leadership At The Top

    The authors' research addresses the following question: might it be possible to prevent hubristic tendencies in top executives through authentic leadership development and, by the same token, promote ethical behaviors? They begin with a review of the empirical literature which demonstrates the damaging effects of executive hubris for the organization....

    Provided By IESEG School of Management

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Interbank Offered Rate: Effects Of The Financial Crisis On The Information Content Of The Fixing

    With the onset of the financial turmoil in August 2007, pricing references on the money market interest rates have been shocked. The segment of unsecured deposit transactions, which represent the cornerstone of capital markets, and is used as basis for the setting of money market benchmark essential to the indexing...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Reverse Shooting Of Exchange Rates

    Reverse shooting of the exchange rate has been put forward in this paper by scrutinizing the adjustment and evolution of the exchange rate towards its new long-run equilibrium level following a change in money supply. Joint and sequential effects of covered interest rate parity and the sticky price on the...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    A Financial Approach To The Balance Of Payments

    A new approach to addressing balance of payments issues by analyzing the constituents of the financial account has been developed in this paper and is referred to the financial approach accordingly. It pays attention to the different roles of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and International Portfolio Investment (IPI), both of...

    Provided By IESEG School of Management

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Buzz Marketing, Product Placement And Subtle Communication

    Personal or individualised marketing places emphasis on selection and discourse with higher purchase probability prospects. This paper investigates the relationship between interaction behaviour while active with a buzz marketing environment and a prospect's intention to purchase. Purchase commitment variables and brand image issues are examined. To evaluate buzz marketing, data...

    Provided By IESEG School of Management

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Reverse Shooting Of Exchange Rates

    Reverse shooting of the exchange rate has been put forward in this paper by scrutinizing the adjustment and evolution of the exchange rate towards its new long-run equilibrium level following a change in money supply. Joint and sequential effects of covered interest rate parity and the sticky price on the...

    Provided By IESEG School of Management

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    A Triangular Analysis Of Exchange Rate Determination And Adjustments - The Case Of RMB, The US Dollar And The Euro

    Exchange rate determination is of phenomenal importance in international economic relations and should be scrutinized with diverse perspectives and from various points of view. While RMB is pegged to the US dollar, the exchange rate between RMB and the euro is not fixed, due to that the exchange rate between...

    Provided By IESEG School of Management

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Desperately Seeking Good Leaders: Hubris, Ethical Behaviors And Authentic Leadership At The Top

    The authors' research addresses the following question: might it be possible to prevent hubristic tendencies in top executives through authentic leadership development and, by the same token, promote ethical behaviors? They begin with a review of the empirical literature which demonstrates the damaging effects of executive hubris for the organization....

    Provided By IESEG School of Management

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Buzz Marketing, Product Placement And Subtle Communication

    Personal or individualised marketing places emphasis on selection and discourse with higher purchase probability prospects. This paper investigates the relationship between interaction behaviour while active with a buzz marketing environment and a prospect's intention to purchase. Purchase commitment variables and brand image issues are examined. To evaluate buzz marketing, data...

    Provided By IESEG School of Management

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Interbank Offered Rate: Effects Of The Financial Crisis On The Information Content Of The Fixing

    With the onset of the financial turmoil in August 2007, pricing references on the money market interest rates have been shocked. The segment of unsecured deposit transactions, which represent the cornerstone of capital markets, and is used as basis for the setting of money market benchmark essential to the indexing...

    Provided By IESEG School of Management

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    A Financial Approach To The Balance Of Payments

    A new approach to addressing balance of payments issues by analyzing the constituents of the financial account has been developed in this paper and is referred to the financial approach accordingly. It pays attention to the different roles of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and International Portfolio Investment (IPI), both of...

    Provided By IESEG School of Management