policy and regulation

CSR Reportings under Institutional Conflict
LUO, Xiaowei Rose | WANG, Danqing | ZHANG, Jianjun

The authors in this study develop a theoretical framework in which the disclosure of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities is viewed as an organizational response to institutional complexity which exists between the dem ...

The Cost of Listing Overseas
GE, Weili | MATSUMOTO, Dawn | WANG, Emily Jing | ZHANG, Jenny Li

Listing on a U.S. stock exchange can be good for business, but U.S.-listed foreign firms pay a big price for deliberately misleading investors, according to a 2020 study by Ge, Matsumoto, Wang, and Zhang. . The authors compared th ...

Are Judges Like Umpires? Political Affiliation and Business Lawsuits

Political science studies show that judge ideology influences judicial votes in federal courts, with judges appointed by Democratic presidents being more liberal than those appointed by Republican presidents. Although legal doctri ...

Compromising Welfare

The US Constitution includes many checks and balances that necessitate the ruling party to compromise with the opposition. The study by Prof Deniz OKAT looks into the nominations to the judiciary and found that confirmation in the ...

Regulating FinTech

Senior Advisor to the Dean and Adjunct Professor of Finance, HKUST Business School Former Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, the Government of HKSAR (2007-2017) Rigorous application of regulatory principles wit ...