Elected Fellow of the European Economic Association
Finance, Capital, Corporate governance, Enforcement and Debt are his primary areas of study. In the field of Finance, his study on Capital market, Financial services and Financial regulation overlaps with subjects such as Backlash and Fragility. His Capital study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Competition, Market liquidity, Liquidity risk, Economic rent and Investment.
He interconnects Control, Emerging markets and Market economy in the investigation of issues within Corporate governance. His work deals with themes such as Political system, Labour economics, Entrepreneurship and Accountability, which intersect with Enforcement. His Debt research includes elements of Recapitalization, Financial system and Equity.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Monetary economics, Finance, Corporate governance, Politics and Financial system. His Monetary economics study also includes
His Corporate governance study incorporates themes from State ownership, Dominance, Transparency, Financial capital and Capital market. His research in Politics intersects with topics in Accountability, Access to finance, Economic rent, Market economy and Property rights. His research in Debt focuses on subjects like Enforcement, which are connected to Economic Justice.
His primary areas of investigation include Monetary economics, Incentive, Leverage, Human capital and Financial system. His Monetary economics research includes themes of Productivity, Capital, Asset and Debt. His Leverage study is focused on Finance in general.
His study on Access to finance and Corporate governance is often connected to Big Five personality traits and culture and Composition as part of broader study in Finance. He has included themes like Technological change, Equity and Investment in his Human capital study. His work carried out in the field of Financial system brings together such families of science as Forbearance, Credibility, Strategic complements and Intervention.
His primary scientific interests are in Monetary economics, Debt, Finance, Equity and Market liquidity. His study explores the link between Debt and topics such as Leverage that cross with problems in Convertible bond, Risk premium and Deposit insurance. His Finance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Property rights and Politics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Economic system and Financial instability. His Equity research integrates issues from Tangible investment and Human capital. The Capitalism study combines topics in areas such as Competition and Corporate governance.
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Strategic Growth Options
Nalin Kulatilaka;Enrico C. Perotti.
Management Science (1998)
The governance structure of the Japanese financial keiretsu
Erik Berglöf;Enrico Perotti;Enrico Perotti.
Journal of Financial Economics (1994)
Finance and inequality: Channels and evidence ☆
Stijn Claessens;Stijn Claessens;Enrico Perotti;Enrico Perotti.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2007)
Capital structure as a bargaining tool : the role of leverage in contract renegotiation
Enrico C. Perotti;Kathryn E. Spier.
The American Economic Review (1993)
Red barons or robber barons? : governance and investment in Russian financial-industrial groups
Enrico C Perotti;Enrico C Perotti;Stanislav Gelfer.
European Economic Review (2001)
Privatization, political risk and stock market development in emerging economies
Enrico C Perotti;Pieter van Oijen.
Journal of International Money and Finance (2001)
The Political Economy of Corporate Control and Labor Rents
Enrico C. Perotti;Ernst‐Ludwig von Thadden.
Journal of Political Economy (2006)
A Pigovian Approach to Liquidity Regulation
Enrico Perotti;Javier Suarez.
Research Papers in Economics (2011)
The structure of privatization plans
Enrico C. Perotti;Serhat E. Guney.
Financial Management (1993)
Last bank standing : what do I gain if you fail?
Enrico C Perotti;Javier Suarez.
European Economic Review (2002)
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