2023-05-16T12:57:19+02:00

Innovation ecosystems: a comparison between university spin‐off firms and innovative start‐ups. Evidence from Italy

Cite: Modina, M., Capalbo, F., Sorrentino, M., Ianiro, G., & Khan, M. F. (2023). Innovation ecosystems: a comparison between university spin-off firms and innovative start-ups. Evidence from Italy. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 1-31.

2023-01-31T15:21:17+01:00

Women in Financial Services. Exploring Progress towards Gender Equality

Cite: G. Birindelli, A. P. Iannuzzi (2022), Women in Financial Services. Exploring Progress towards Gender Equality, Palgrave Macmillan, Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions, Series Editor: Philip Molyneux, London, ISBN 978-3-030-93470-5, ISBN 978-3-030-93471-2 (eBook). https://link.springer.com/book/9783030934705

2023-01-31T15:20:53+01:00

To green or not to green? How CSR mechanisms at the governance level affect the likelihood of banks pursuing green product strategies

Cite: G. Birindelli, V. Palea (2022), To green or not to green? How CSR mechanisms at the governance level affect the likelihood of banks pursuing green product strategies, Corporate Governance, ISSN 1472-0701, https://doi.org/10.1108/CG-09-2021-0349

2023-01-31T15:20:33+01:00

Climate change commitment, credit risk and the country’s environmental performance. Empirical evidence from a sample of international banks

Cite: G. Birindelli, G. Bonanno, S. Dell’Atti, A. P. Iannuzzi (2022), Climate change commitment, credit risk and the country’s environmental performance. Empirical evidence from a sample of international banks, Business Strategy and the Environment, Volume 31, Issue 4, May, Pages 1641-1655, https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2974

2023-01-31T15:19:51+01:00

Clean energy indices and brown assets: an analysis of tail risk spillovers through the VAR for VaR model

Cite: E. Angelini, G. Birindelli, H. Chiappini, M. Foglia (2022), Clean energy indices and brown assets: an analysis of tail risk spillovers through the VAR for VaR model, Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, DOI: 10.1080/20430795.2022.2105788

2023-01-31T15:19:16+01:00

Banks’ governance and risk management frameworks: how to integrate ESG and climate risks

Cite: G. Birindelli, M. Bruno, A. Citterio, U. Fuso, G. L. Genero, A. Magurano (2022), Banks’ governance and risk management frameworks: how to integrate ESG and climate risks, Risk Management Magazine, Vol. 17, Issue 1, January – April, ISSN Print 2612-3665 – ISSN Online 2724-2153