Ethical Finance and Governance

Ethical Finance and Governance

This special issue provides a forum for new research that looks at the nexus of ethics, finance, and governance within. Social scientists have devoted considerable attention to linking human behavior to economic and social forces. A shared belief among classical and neoclassical economists, backed by empirical evidence, is that ethics represents a relevant driver of behavior.

Board gender diversity and ESG disclosure: evidence from the USA,CEO Inside Debt and the Value of Excess Cash,Does shareholder-oriented corporate governance reduce firm risk? Evidence from listed European Companies,Ethical finance and governance,Investigating the associations between executive compensation and firm performance: agency theory or tournament theory,The control–ownership wedge and the survival of French IPOs,The role of state ownership on earnings quality: evidence across public and private European firms

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