Financial analysis, asset allocation, and portfolio construction: Theory & practice
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Lokanan, Mark (Advances in Public Interest Accounting, 2019)The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is considered to be the most important interest rate in finance upon which trillions in financial contracts are decided. In 2008, it was revealed that the LIBOR traders were rigging ...
Lokanan, Mark (European Accounting Review, 2017)The paper maintains that all acts of financial crimes can be explained within a general theory of moral action and analyzed as such. In this regard, the paper presents such a theory – Situational Action Theory (SAT) – and ...