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

  • Casanova, Lourdes S.; Costa , S., (accepted), The Impact of Strategic Alliances on Reverse innovation: The Case of Brazilian Multinationals, in Multilatinas: Strategies for Internationalization, eds Andonova, V., and Losada, M., Cambridge University Press.
  • 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)






  • Hou, Kewei; Karolyi, Andrew; Kho, Bong-Chan.  "What Factors Drive Global Stock Returns?"  Review of Financial Studies  24.8  (2011):  2527-2574.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S..  "La década dorada latinoamericana: las 'global latinas' llegan a occidente"  Economía Exterior  59  (2011):  85-91.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S., 2011, Latin America's Emerging Multinationals: Spanish as a Competitive Advantage, in Word for Word: The Social, Economic and Political Impact of Spanish and English, eds Philip Powell-Davies, Jaime Otero, and Maria José Ferrari, Instituto Cervantes/British Council.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S.; Castellani, F.; Dayton-Johnson, S.; Dutta, Soumitra; Fonstad, N.; Paunov, C., 2011, InnovaLatino: Fostering Innovation in Latin America, INSEAD/OECD; Ariel/Fundación Telefónica.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S.; Rodríguez-Montemayor, E., 2011, El papel de España en los Lazos Económicos entre Asia y Latinoamérica: Grandes empresas, Pymes y la ciudad de Barcelona como puentes entre las dos zonas, Casa Asia/INSEAD.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S., 2011, Las multinacionales emergentes latinoamericanas. El españolcomo ventaja competitiva, in Palabra por palabra: El impacto social, económico y político del español y del inglés, eds Philip Powell-Davis, Jaime Otero, and José Ferrari, Instituto Cervantes/British Council.
  • Bailey, Warren B.; Huang, Wei; Yang, Zhishu.  "Bank Loans with Chinese Characteristics: Some Evidence on Inside Debt in a State-Controlled Banking System"  Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis  46.6  (2011):  1795-1830.
  • Keatinge, J. D. H. ; Gomez, Miguel; Barrett, Christopher; Buck, Louise E.; De Groote, Hugo; Ferris, Shaun; Gao, H O; McCullough, Ellen; Miller, Dennis D.; Outhred, Hugh; Pell, Alice N.; Reardon, Thomas; Retnanestri, Maria; Ruben, Ruerd; Struebi, Patrick; Swinnen, Johan; Touesnard, Monica; Weinberger, Katinka; Keatinge, J. D. H.; Milstein, Mark B.; Yang, Ray-yu.  "Research Principles for Developing Country Food Value Chains"  Science  332.6034  (2011):  1154-1155.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S..  "Innovation in Latin American Emerging Multinationals"  The Economist Intelligence Unit  (2011)
  • Casanova, Lourdes S., 2011, Capítulo 22: El nuevo poder global de las corporaciones latinoamericanas, in Responsabilidad Social de la Empresa en América Latina: Manual de Gestión, eds B. En Caravedo, Lourdes Casanova, A. Vives and E. Peinado-Vara et al., FOMIN Inter-American Development Bank.
  • Bae, K.H.; Bailey, Warren B..  "The Latin Monetary Union: Some Evidence on Europe's Failed Common Currency"  Review of Development Finance  1.2  (2011):  131-149.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S.; Dayton-Johnson, J.; Fonstad, N.; Pietikainen, A., 2011, Innovation in Latin America: Recent Insights, in Global Innovation Index 2011: Accelerating Growth and Development, eds Soumitra Dutta, INSEAD.




  • 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.; Zollo, M., 2007, Understanding Corporate Responsibility: Results and Insights from the Response Project, European Union Report.
  • Casanova, Lourdes S..  "Invest in Latin America: Strategic Perspectives of Multinational Corporations"  PKU Business Review (Beijing University)  40  (2007):  136-143.






  • 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