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Works: 7 works in 8 publications in 2 languages and 18 library holdings
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Most widely held works about ESCP Europe
 
Most widely held works by ESCP Europe
Liquidity in the banking sector by Laurent Salé( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

As one determinant of a bank's survival during the financial crisis of 2007-2008, liquidity in the banking sector presents a challenge for the financial and academic communities and has recently become a central point of interest. The three articles presented in this thesis focus on the two main facets of liquidity in the banking sector: the holding of liquid assets (i.e., cash and assimilated resources) and the process of liquidity-creation in banks used to fund loans. As will be discussed in the articles, these two aspects of liquidity can be viewed as two sides of the same coin. I acknowledge that liquidity in banking is linked to the creation of money; however, this thesis focuses on the aforementioned two aspects of liquidity. First, this section presents how ideas about liquidity in the banking sector have evolved in mainstream economic thought. Second, it considers the revival of cash-holding that has been observed since the financial crisis of 2007-2008. Third, it discusses the properties of liquidity. Fourth, it explores what we do not know about liquidity. Fifth, it identifies the fundamental issues analyzed in the three articles. Finally, it presents the methodology used in the articles to address these issues. Chapter1: "Why do banks hold cash ?". This paper investigates the determinants of bank cash holding by using international data for the period 1981-2014. The results do not seem to provide support for the substitutability hypothesis regarding the substitutive relation between cash and debt levels. Further, using the GMM-system estimation method, we find no support for the dynamic optimal cash model, suggesting that cash management in the banking sector is bounded by number of constraints that make it difficult for the agents to optimize their utility. Chapter 2: "Does an increase in capital negatively impact banking liquidity creation?". From a dataset composed of a panel of 940 listed banks based in European, American and Asian countries, this paper documents the evolution of bank liquidity creation over a 35-year period (1981-2014). The empirical evidence confirms that risk and equity levels play a significant and negative role. Overall, the negative effects of equity increases on bank liquidity creation are more significant than corresponding positive effects on risk management, suggesting that capital requirements imposed to support financial stability negatively affect liquidity creation. These findings have broad implications for policymakers. Chapter 3: "Positive effects of Basel III on banking liquidity creation". This paper estimates the effect of the Basel III regulatory framework on banking liquidity creation. The results are based on a panel data set of U.S. banks that represent approximately 60% of U.S. loans and deposits over a 7-year period (from 2009 to 2015) in addition to difference-in-difference and standard survival methods. All components of Basel III taken together, there is empirical evidence that Basel III has a positive effect on banking liquidity creation in the US market in particular for major banks. These findings have broad implications for policy makers
Régulation du marché des matières premières by Xiaoying Huang( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cette thèse se structure en 2 parties, le marché physique et le marché financier des matières premières agricoles et prend 3 thèmes intéressants à étudier. D'une part, si les interventions sur les marchés des matières premières sont limitées, une autre option toujours ouverte est de tenter d'atténuer les impacts négatifs des comportements extrêmes des prix. Ce thème fait le point sur la gestion efficace des risques. D'autre part, à ce jour aucun consensus n'a pu être trouvé concernant l'impact des nouveaux produits dérivés (ex : fonds indiciels). Cette question peut en fait être abordée directement dans l'impact des fonds indiciels sur le stockage des matières premières. Enfin, parmi les régulateurs sur les marchés des matières premières, le rôle des banques centrales est souvent ignoré. Pourtant, elles peuvent aussi être un régulateur efficace sur ces marchés
Immersing the lay self into medication reasoning : a theory of parental health behavior in the context of Asian developing countries by Phuong Nguyen( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study aims to explore and understand the substantive area of parental decision-making and its main concern to develop a theory of parental behavior towards children health in an everyday life context in Asian developing countries, which are characterized by unstructured and uncertain healthcare systems. We employed classic grounded theory method and analyzed data collected in Vietnam from 34 interviews with parents and pharmacy staff and six health-related themes of a parental online forum. We observed patterns of behaviors that under the conditions of high-level uncertainties and mistrust in multiple social relationships, living the social norms and role identity, parents in Asian developing countries extend their lay selves into the informal reasoning of medication. Health care services and medications are not just products or services but a process in which parents immerse themselves to build their experience. We propose a novel theory of parental immersion of the lay self into medication reasoning. We defined the construct of immersing the lay self as the devotion of parents' mentality and the occupancy of parents' centrality to the health care of children. We argue that consumer immersion does not necessarily happen in extraordinary hedonic settings, but it is also embedded in the everyday life experience of parents and reflected through various social contracts and interactions in Asian developing countries. Our proposed theory provides a greater understanding of parental health behaviors of immersion regarding children's health and medications in developing countries. The construct of lay self immersion expands the concept of healthcare involvement and requires further studies and conceptualization from a broader view of consumer involvement
Avantages organisationnels des dispositions d'esprit alternatives : comment les techniques de méditation améliorent le bien-être et la production créative parmi les employés by Marie Holm( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contrairement à l'état d'esprit traditionnel (TMS) -la prise de conscience, les processus de mentaux contrôlés, et la manipulation analytique-logique des symboles-un état d'esprit alternatif (AMS) est considéré comme étant un processus mental pré-conscient (c'est-à-dire associatif, imaginatif, intuitif) et la réflexion holistique (Davis-Floyd et Arvidson 1997, Dane et Pratt 2007, Hodgkinson et al 2009). Depuis Platon, l'Occident a considéré le TMS comme la marque de l'intelligence et tout simplement de la cognition. Pourtant, ces dernières décennies, diverses recherches ont exploré des compléments et/ou alternatives aux systèmes de la cognition analytique logique (par exemple, Damasio 1994, Nisbett et al. 2001, Wagner et Sternberg 1985). L'état d'esprit alternatif-un exemple de ces systèmes alternatifs-a été principalement étudié pour ses bienfaits individuels, alors que notre recherche se concentre sur ses bénéfices organisationnels. Pour ce faire, nous avons mis en place une pratique bi-hebdomadaire de méditation pour provoquer une transition vers l'AMS chez les acteurs organisationnels. Nous avons fait l'hypothèse générale que suite au passage de TMS à l'AMS, les acteurs organisationnels bénéficieront d'une production créative et d'un bien-être accrus. Les expériences empiriques ont été réalisées avec 144 participants auto-sélectionnés au sein de deux organisations-une entreprise et une autorité municipale-au Canada, et d'une autre-administration d'une école de commerce-en France. Chacune des trois expériences s'est composée de huit séances bi-hebdomadaires de 20 minutes de méditation guidée pour le groupe expérimental (Fredrickson et al. 2008, Oz et al. 2009, Sears & Kraus 2009); une technique de relaxation a été utilisée pour le groupe témoin (Roausch et al. 2006)
Congress papers by International Conference Marketing Trends( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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controlled identityESCP-EAP European School of Management

Chambre de commerce et d'industrie (Paris). ESCP Europe

École de Management pour l'Europe

École de management pour l'Europe (Paris)

École supérieure de commerce de Paris ESCP Europe

Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris Europe

ESCP Eropa

ESCP Europe

ESCP Europe Business school

ESCP Europe Campus Berlin

ESCP Europe Wirtschaftshochschule

ESCP欧洲商学院

Escuela ESCP Europe

Schola Superior Commercialis Parisiensis et Europaea

Е Ес Се Пе Юроп

ЕСЦП Европа

الكلية العليا للتجارة في باريس

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