The Future of Risk Management, Volume II: Perspectives on Financial and Corporate Strategies by Paola De VincentiisThe Future of Risk Management, Volume II: Perspectives on Financial and Corporate Strategies by Paola De Vincentiis

The Future of Risk Management, Volume II: Perspectives on Financial and Corporate Strategies

byPaola De VincentiisEditorFrancesca Culasso, Stefano A. Cerrato

Hardcover | June 5, 2019

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With contributions presented during the Second International Risk Management Conference, this second volume addresses important areas of risk management from a variety of angles and perspectives. The book will cover two separate tracks-financial risk management and risk management and corporate strategies-and will be of interest to academic researchers and students in risk management, banking, and finance.

Paola De Vincentiis is a full professor of banking and finance at the University of Turin, Italy. She is the organizer of the Second International Risk Management Conference.Francesca Culasso is a full professor in Business Administration at the University of Turin, Italy.  Her research interests are in management accounting, cost mana...
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Title:The Future of Risk Management, Volume II: Perspectives on Financial and Corporate StrategiesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:447 pagesPublished:June 5, 2019Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3030165256

ISBN - 13:9783030165253

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Table of Contents

Section 1. Financial Risk Management.- 1. Accessibility and Transparency of P2P Lending Platforms; Damilano, M.; De Vincentiis, P.; Isaia, E.; Rovera, C.- 2. Crowdfunding and Risk Management: Evidence from Italy; Miglietta, N., Battisti, E., Graziano, E. A.- 3. Private Equity Evaluation Under IFRS 13: Do Market and Transaction Multiples Catch Firm-Specific Risk Factors?; Palea, V.; Rainero, C.; Migliavacca, A.- 4. Non-Financial Information and Risk Disclosure: Compliance Levels with Mandatory Requirements in the Italian Market; M., Rizzato, F., Busso, D., Fiandrino, S., Cantino, V.- 5. Mutual Correlation and Interaction on Capital Markets: Evidence of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina; AlihodziÄ, A.- 6. Who uses Trade Finance? Case-Based Evidence for Italian Exporters; Baldi F., Di Mauro R., Damilano M.- 7. Patient Investors Taxonomy: A Behavioral Approach; Rainero, C.; Modarelli, G.- 8. A Nonlinear Approach to Assess the Risk Reward Ratio Using the Machine Learning Technique; Schiesari, R.; Merella, P.- Section 2: Risk Management and Corporate Strategies.- 9. Board Diversity, Risk Management and Efficiency Evaluation. Evidence from European Listed Manufacturing Companies; Alfiero, S.; Cane, M.; Doronzo, R.; Esposito, A.- 10. An Examination of Factors Affecting Excess Liquidity, Evidence from Islamic Banks in Malaysia; Ali, M.H.; Rosly, S.A.; Radwan, M.; Secinaro, S.- 11. Going Beyond Formalisation: Effective Risk Management in a Medium Company; Britzelmaier, B.; Ossola, G.; Crovini, C.- 12. Between Climate and Social Changes: how to Struggle Against Adverse Conditions in the Coffee Industry; Candelo, E.; Casalegno C.; Büchi, G.; Cerutti, M.- 13. Direct Compensation and Risk Management: a Key Study of the Insurance Factor; Gamba, V.; Venuti, F.; Forliano C.; Rotti R.- 14. Sharing Economy Risks: Opportunities or Threats for the Insurance Companies? Case Study: Iranian Insurance Industry; Ranjbari M.; Esfandabadi Z.S., Scagnelli S.D.- 15. Integrated Communication for Start-Ups: Toward an Innovative Framework; Mosca, F., Bianco, S., Pescitelli, C.- 16. Food Safety and Food Defence: an Investigation of Consumers' Perception; Bonadonna A.; Peira, G.; Bollani, L; Rahimi, M.- 17. Product Risk and Life Cycle; Pellicelli, A. C.; Varese, E.; Bollani, L.