This research theme focuses mainly on issues regarding Banking, Financial Markets, Corporate Finance, Behavioral Finance, Entrepreneurial Finance, and Monetary Economics.
- Carberry, E. J., Engelen, P. J., & Van Essen, M. (2018). Which Firms Get Punished for Unethical Behavior? Explaining Variation in Stock Market Reactions to Corporate Misconduct. Business Ethics Quarterly, 28(2), 119-151.
- Engelen, P. J., C. Kool, & Y. Li (2016). A Barrier Options Approach to Modeling Project Failure: The Case of Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure. Resource and Energy Economics, vol.43, 33-56.
- Van Essen, M, P.J. Engelen and M. Carney (2013), “Does ‘good’ corporate governance help in a crisis? The impact of country- and firm-level governance mechanisms in the European financial crisis”, Corporate Governance: An International Review, vol.21, 201-224.
- Kirchler, M., Lindner, F., & Weitzel, U. (2017). Rankings and Risk‐Taking in the Finance Industry. The Journal of Finance. Forthcoming
- Lugo, S., Croce, A., & Faff, R. (2014). Herding behavior and rating convergence among credit rating agencies: evidence from the subprime crisis. Review of Finance, 19(4), 1703-1731.
- Sayinzoga, A., Bulte, E. H., & Lensink, R. (2016). Financial literacy and financial behaviour: Experimental evidence from rural Rwanda. The economic journal, 126(594), 1571-1599.
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