Today’s interconnected global economy is constantly changing, influenced by cultural, geographical, political, and technological factors.
The research generated from College of Business faculty in this area helps to advance global business. Through in-depth analysis, this work seeks to identify operational complexities in global markets, solve culture-based problems, and contribute to business and finance theories aimed at addressing business challenges.
The research in this area informs both practice and policy through its emphasis on financial stability and sustainable economic growth.
Scholarship published by URI College of Business faculty have appeared in many top peer-reviewed journals including: Management Science, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, International Journal of Logistics Management, Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, International Review of Finance, The Journal of Portfolio Management, and Journal of Accounting Literature, among many others.
Featured Faculty Researchers
- Gordon Dash, Professor of Finance - Featured Research
Common Unobserved Determinants of Intraday Electricity Prices
- Shingo Goto, Professor of Finance; Director of Ph.D. Programs and Research - Featured Research
Net Share Issuance and Asset Growth Effects: The Role of Managerial Incentives
As Told by The Supplier: Trade Credit and The Cross-Section of Stock Returns
- Douglas Hales, Professor of Supply Chain Management - Professor and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs
An Empirical Test of the Balanced Theory of Port Competitiveness
- Gilberto Marquez Illescas, Assistant Professor of Accounting - Featured Research Causal ambiguity: shape-flip between product market competition at industry level and voluntary disclosure
- Choonsik (Chris) Lee, Assistant Professor of Finance - Featured Research
Voting methods for director election, monitoring costs, and institutional ownership
Managerial reliance on the retail shareholder vote: Evidence from proxy delivery methods
- Bing-Xuan Lin, Professor of Finance - Featured Research
Executive compensation in family firms: The effect of multiple family members
- Qi Liu, Associate Professor of Accounting - Featured Research
The Development and Intellectual Structure of Continuous Auditing Research
- Georges Tsafack, Associate Professor of Finance - Featured Research Too-big-to-fail: The value of government guarantee Backtesting and estimation error: value-at-risk overviolation rate
- Xiaowei Xu, Associate Professor of Finance - Featured Research
Return synchronicity and insider trading profitability
Uncertainty, momentum, and profitability