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Journal of Financial Perspectives

2013 - 2017

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From EY Global FS Institute
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Volume 4, issue 1, 2017

Impact of Robotics, RPA and AI on the insurance industry: challenges and opportunities pp. 8-20
Chris Lamberton, Damiano Brigo and Dave Hoy
The value and price of a "too-big-to-fail" guarantee: evidence from the insurance industry pp. 21-49
Paolo Zanghieri
Unnecessary injury: the economic rationale and costs of new global capital requirements for large U.S. property and casualty insurers pp. 50-64
Robert J. Shapiro and Aparna Mathur
A comprehensive examination of insurer financial strength ratings pp. 65-78
Cassandra R. Cole, Enya He and Kathleen A. McCullough
Benefits of the U.S. program for terrorism insurance from a comparative perspective pp. 79-91
Jeffrey E. Thomas
Unintended consequences? The impact of IRS notice 2014-52 on acquisitions of U.S. companies by non U.S. insurers and reinsurers pp. 92-106
William R. Pauls
U.S. life insurers’ responses to the financial crisis: a review of the research pp. 107-120
Greg Niehaus and Chia-Chun Chiang

Volume 3, issue 3, 2015

FinTech is gaining traction and young, high-income users are the early adopters pp. 16-23
Imran Gulamhuseinwala, Thomas Bull and Steven Lewis
Emergence of FinTech and the LASIC principles pp. 24-36
David LEE Kuo Chuen and Ernie Teo
Sharing ledgers for sharing economies: an exploration of mutual distributed ledgers (aka blockchain technology) pp. 38-58
Michael Mainelli and Mike Smith
Moving mainstream: benchmarking the European alternative finance market pp. 60-76
Bryan Zhang, Robert Wardrop, Raghavendra Rau and Mia Gray
FinTech in China:from the shadows? pp. 78-91
Douglas W. Arner and Jànos Barberis
Trends in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies: a monetary theory and regulation perspective pp. 92-113
Gareth W. Peters, Efstathios Panayi and Ariane Chapelley
Financial regulation of FinTech pp. 114-121
Philip Treleaven
Building consumer demand for digital financial services – the new regulatory frontier pp. 122-137
Ross P. Buckley and Louise Malady
The hidden cost of accommodating crowdfunder privacy preferences: a randomized field experiment pp. 138-154
Gordon Burtch, Anindya Ghose and Sunil Wattal
Advice goes virtual:how new digital investment services are changing the wealth management landscape pp. 156-164
Juan Carlos Lopez, Sinisa Babcic and Andres De La Ossa
The impact of digital technology on consumer purchase behavior pp. 166-170
Sue Yasav
Part 1: Innovative corporate services digitally enabled pp. 172-180
Andrea Ferretti, Marco Brandirali and Nico Saraceno
Part 2: Innovative corporate services digitally enabled for internationalization pp. 173-180
Marco Giorgino, Giuliano Noci, Laura Grassi and Valentina Palummeri
Driving digital: welcome to the ExConomy pp. 182-187
Stijn Viaene and Lieselot Danneels

Volume 3, issue 2, 2015

The science of winning in financial services — competing on analytics: opportunities to unlock the power of data pp. 13-24
Hyong Kim and Errol Gardner
Cross-border bank resolution pp. 25-30
José Viñals and Sean Hagan
Shadow banking: policy challenges for central banks pp. 31-42
Thorvald Moe
The consequences of exit from non-conventional monetary policy pp. 43-59
Philip Turner
The audit mandatory rotation rule: the state of the art pp. 61-75
Mara Cameran, Giulia Negri and Angela Pettinicchio
Transforming banking for the next generation pp. 77-89
Bill Schlich, Ian Baggs, Steven Lewis and Karl Meekings
Effectiveness of loan-to-value ratio policy and its transmission mechanism:empirical evidence from Hong Kong pp. 93-102
Eric Wong, Kelvin Ho and Andrew Tsang
Analyzing bank performance – linking RoE, RoA and RAROC: U.S. commercial banks 1992–2014 pp. 103-111
Pieter Klaassen and Idzard van Eeghen
Recursive collective action problems: the structure of procyclicality in financial and monetary markets, macroeconomies and formally similar contexts pp. 113-128
Robert Hockett
Do “too-big-to-fail” banks take on more risk? pp. 129-143
Gara Afonso, Joao Santos and James Traina
An overview of the risk-neutral valuation of bank loans pp. 145-153
Danilo Tilloca and Luciano Tuzzi
Smart beta: too good to be true? pp. 155-159
Bruce I. Jacobs and Kenneth N. Levy
Regulatory herding versus democratic diversity: history and prospects pp. 161-174
Nicholas Dorn
Squandering home field advantage? Financial institutions’ investing in their own industries pp. 175-187
Aneel Keswani and David Stolin
The new Banking Union landscape in Europe: consolidation ahead? pp. 189-201
Dirk Schoenmaker

Volume 3, issue 1, 2015

Is Basel turning banks into public utilities? pp. 04-12
John M. Schiff
Excessive leverage and bankers’ incentives: refocusing the debate pp. 13-40
Emilios Avgouleas and Jay Cullen
The deep roots of the government debt crisis pp. 41-58
Horst Zimmermann
Financial innovation oversight: a policy framework pp. 59-100
Carlo Gola and Antonio Ilari
The governance structure of shadow banking: rethinking assumptions about limited liability pp. 101-140
Steven L. Schwarcz
Rethinking the treasury operating model pp. 141-156
Roy Choudhury
Do big banks have lower operating costs? pp. 157-196
Anna Kovner, James Vickery and Lily Zhou
The relative asset pricing model: implications for asset allocation, rebalancing and asset pricing pp. 197-224
Arun Muralidhar, Kazuhiko Ohashi and Sunghwan Shin
Capital budgeting: a “general equilibrium” analysis pp. 225-232
Bradford Cornell
New private equity models: how should the interests of investors and managers be aligned? pp. 233-255
Joseph A. McCahery and Erik P. M. Vermeulen
Auditing estimates: what will the future bring? pp. 256-293
Paul de Beus and Maarten Koning

Volume 2, issue 3, 2014

The renminbi as an additional international reserve currency? pp. 21-31
MIchael Liu and Fariborz Moshirian
Evaluating the government as a source of systemic risk pp. 45-58
Deborah Lucas
A brave new world? Making sense of practitioner and regulator perspectives on risk culture pp. 65-76
Simon Ashby, Michael Power and Tommaso Palermo
The computational and timing challenge of quarterly nonlife (re)insurance liability evaluation under IFRS 4 phase 2 pp. 81-98
Eric Dal Moro and Jayne Faulkner
Scale, scope and complexity: assessing banking business models pp. 99-112
Ronald W Anderson and Karin Jõeveer
The unique risks of portfolio leverage: why modern portfolio theory fails and how to fix it pp. 113-126
Bruce Jacobs and Kenneth Levy
Risk management formations - an alternative approach to the 3 lines of defense model pp. 137-145 Downloads
Clive Martin, Paul Willman, Roy Boukens and Oliver Rockley
Are structured products a sustainable financial innovation? A lesson from the European markets pp. 147-158
Alberto Burchi and Paola Musile Tanzi

Volume 2, issue 2, 2014

Firm structure in banking and finance: is broader better? pp. 65-75
Markus Schmid and Ingo Walter
Kenneth Langone Professor of Finance, NYU Stern School of Business pp. 79-88
Roy Smith
New results on the correlation problem in operational risk pp. 123-129
Vivien Brunel
Financial perspective: the unintended consequences of regulatory oversight and control — lessons from the banking and the asset/alternative funds industries pp. 131-139
Professor Frederick Militello
Risk management insights from Markowitz optimization for constructing portfolios with commodity futures pp. 141-150
D Sykes Wilford
Japanese patent index and stock performance pp. 151-162
Takao Kobayashi, Yasuhiro Iwanaga and Hideaki Kudoh
Trust in banks after the financial crisis pp. 187-195
Santiago Carbo-Valverde

Volume 2, issue 1, 2014

On being the right size pp. 13-25
Andrew Haldane and Philip Booth
In search of a more stable monetary and financial order pp. 39-46
Thomas Mayer
Measuring capital adequacy: supervisory stress-tests in a Basel world pp. 85-94
Larry Wall
Directors’ and officers’ insurance and shareholder protection pp. 107-128
M. Martin Boyer
The introduction of market-based pricing in corporate lending pp. 155-159
Ivan Ivanov, Joao Santos and Thu Vo
Valuation effects of termination of cross-listings pp. 177-193
Roland Füss, Urich Hommel and Jan-Carl Plagge
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