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Corporate sustainability interactions: A game theoretical approach to sustainability decisions
Recent global developments lead companies to include into their strategic plans not only economic sustainability but environmental and social sustainability as well. Companies have been investing in environmental and social ...
Sustainable development from millennium 2015 to sustainable development goals 2030
In modern economies, the advancement of well‐being of the citizens should be in an inclusive and sustainable way. In this respect, the sustainable welfare targets should exclusively include three main pillars: economic ...
A new estimation technique of sovereign default risk
Using the fixed-point theorem, sovereign default models are solved by numerical value function iteration and calibration methods, which due to their computational constraints, greatly limits the models' quantitative ...
Estimation of dynastic lifecycle discrete choice models
This paper explores the estimation of a class of life‐cycle discrete choice dynastic models. It provides a new representation of the value function for these class of models. It compare a multistage conditional choice ...
Intergenerational mobility and the effects of parental education, time investment, and income on children’s educational attainment
(Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, 2018-07-15)
This article analyzes the mechanisms through which parents’ and children’s education are linked. It estimates the causal effect of parental education, parental time with children, and parental income during early childhood ...
The asymmetric impact of oil prices, interest rates and oil price uncertainty on unemployment in the US
In this study, we investigate the presence of asymmetric interactions between oil prices, oil price uncertainty, interest rates, and unemployment in a cointegration framework. Utilizing the nonlinear auto-regressive ...
Role of strategic interactions in corporate sustainability decisions: an empirical investigation
(Turkish Economic Association, 2017-01-01)
There is a large amount of empirical literature on the relationship between corporate sustainability and corporate financial performance. However, the literature considers company-specific aspects affecting the link but ...
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