Below is a list of related publications from our faculty. This list includes peer reviewed journals, books, and practitioner-oriented articles.




2015
  • Casanova, Lourdes S., (accepted), Las Multinacionales Latinoamericanas ante la 'nueva realidad', in Un Siglo de Cambios: Familias Empresarias y Grandes Empresas y Grupos Familiares en America Latina y Espana, eds P. Fernandez and A. Lluch.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S.; Renck, H. Brusius Brust, (accepted), Business Sector Responses to the Rise of the Middle Class, in Latin America's Emerging Middle Class, eds J. Dayton, Palgrave Macmillian.
  • Karolyi, Andrew, (accepted), Cracking the Emerging Markets Enigma, Oxford University Press.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S.; Kassum, J., (accepted), Brazil, in A Economia Politica de uma Potencia Global Emergente, Qualitymark.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S.; Hertenstein, P.; Hobdari, B..  "New Wine in Old Bottles? The Role of Emerging Markets Multinationals in advancing IB Theory and Research"  International Journal of Emerging Markets  (Accepted)
  • Casanova, Lourdes S., (accepted), Innovation in Latin America, in Innovation in Emerging Markets, eds J. Haar and R. Ernst, Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Karolyi, Andrew; Taboada, Alvaro.  "Regulatory Arbitrage and Cross-border Bank Acquisitions"  Journal of Finance  (Accepted)

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2007
  • Doidge, Craig; Karolyi, Andrew; Stulz, Rene M..  "Why Do Countries Matter So Much for Corporate Governance?"  Journal of Financial Economics  86.1  (2007):  Jan-39.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S..  "Invest in Latin America: Strategic perspectives of Multinational Corporations"  PKU Business Review (Beijing University)  40  (2007):  136-143.

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2000
  • Sankar, R; Muthulingam, Suresh.  "Applications of OR in the Indian Context"  IIMB Management Review  (2000)



Warren Bailey, Professor of Finance

“The growing availability of data from emerging markets allows us to study problems of generic interest to finance and economics where the risks and impact of institutions is heightened.”

- Warren Bailey, Professor of Finance