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Financialisation and corporate governance: Understanding mechanisms through evolutionary game theory

All the way back in 1988, Andrei Schleifer and Lawrence Summers posited that leveraged buyouts may result in companies being run less efficiently if buyers are able to use their newfound control to break the company’s relational contracts (e.g. Read more

Stochastic control models for financial applications

  Research Group: School of Mathematics
This project is devoted to the study of stochastic control problems with possible applications ranging from energy and power systems to economics and finance. Read more

PhD (School of Management) Doctorate

Study a PhD at the. University of Bradford. and contribute new and significant knowledge to the field of business and management. Read more

Measuring Tail Operational Risk under Extreme Value Theory

Requirements. The candidate should have a first class or upper second class honours degree, or a master’s degree (or equivalent qualification), in Actuarial Science/Statistics/Applied Math but not limited to, but with a solid mathematical background. Read more

Financial crisis early warning systems with market interdependence: A datadriven approach

Requirements. The candidate should have a first class or upper second class honours degree, or a master’s degree (or equivalent qualification), in Mathematics or Finance subjects Evidence of good spoken and written English is essential. Read more

Development of smart android middleware for reducing monetization through cyberattacks

The rapid growth of Internet of Things over the last few years and the working from home culture over the last 12 months as a result of Covid-19 have both contributed to the booming of the cybereconomy. Read more
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