This research has been dealing with the connections between corporate governance, corporate savings and business cycles. Thus, it has been concerning both mainstream and heterodox contributions dealing with the effects of corporate governance and strategic behaviours on portfolio management and investment decisions in big corporations, seeking to determine how these effects might play a major role in producing growing liquidity holdings and financialisation. Furthermore, this research has been also dealing with heterodox theories that find stagnation to be a major result of the monopolistic nature of big corporations and their forms of competition. The main objective has been to understand whether these models can explain the tendency to put growing shares of social surplus into speculative financial channels, thereby contributing to long-term real stagnation.
Scarano, G. (2021). Corporate governance, financialisation and business cycles. In Attilio Trezzini (a cura di), RESEARCH LINES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS (pp. 82-83). Roma : Roma Tre-Press.
|Titolo:||Corporate governance, financialisation and business cycles|
SCARANO, Giovanni [Writing – Original Draft Preparation] (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Citazione:||Scarano, G. (2021). Corporate governance, financialisation and business cycles. In Attilio Trezzini (a cura di), RESEARCH LINES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS (pp. 82-83). Roma : Roma Tre-Press.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|