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Author Nwogugu, Michael I. C.,
Title Complex systems, multi-sided incentives and risk perception in companies / Michael I.C. Nwogugu.
Imprint London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]

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Author Nwogugu, Michael I. C.,
Subject Risk perception.
Risk management.
Incentives in industry.
Complex organizations.
Description 1 online resource (864 pages)
Contents Intro; Contents; List of Tables; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 Perception Dynamics Theory; 1.2 The Unreliability of Empirical Research in Psychology, Complex Systems, Behavioral Game Theory, Behavioral International Political Economy and Behavioral Operations Research; 1.3 Major Current and Future Trends in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Group Decisions and Related Areas of Operations Research (and Which May Affect Financial Stability in Both the Real and Financial Sectors)
1.4 Intangible Assets an Real Estate as Major Elements of Organizational Behavior, Corporate Risk, Financial Stability, Evolution and Resource-Efficiency in Companies1.4.1 Equity-Based Incentives ("EBIs") and Human Capital are Intangible Assets; 1.5 Some Public Health Implications of Nonlinear Risk and Risk Perception; 1.6 The Chapters; 1.7 Mergers/Acquisitions, Leveraged Buyouts and Management Buyouts; 1.8 Stock Indices; 1.9 Technology Licensing; Appendix 1; Appendix 2; Appendix 3: The Most Significant and/or Largest Economic/Financial Crises in the World During the Last Few Centuries
Chapter 3 Group Decision-Making and Belief-Systems in REITs and "RECs": Theories of Financial Stability, Antitrust, Games and Complex Systems3.1 Existing Literature; 3.1.1 Accounting Biases, Structural Effects, Enforcement Patterns and Industry Structure; 3.2 Some Behavioral Antitrust Issues in the Real Estate Industry; 3.3 Behavioral Biases and Structural Effects; 3.3.1 Hypothesis-1: The Dividend-Horizon Bias; 3.3.2 Hypothesis-2: The Opaque Credit Effect; 3.3.3 Hypothesis-3: The Mortgage Variability Effect; 3.3.4 Hypothesis-4: The Merger-Combination Aversion Effect
3.3.5 Hypothesis-5 (Antitrust & Game Theory): The Cash-Compensation Bias3.3.6 Hypothesis-6 (Game Theory): The De-Commitment Effect; 3.3.7 Hypothesis-7 (Game Theory): The Management-Entrenchment Effect; 3.3.8 Hypothesis-8 (Game Theory): REIT/RECI/RECO Managers are More Likely to have High Willingness-To-Accept Losses (WTAL) Compared to Managers of Other Entities; 3.3.9 Hypothesis-9: The Conservatism Bias; 3.3.10 Hypothesis-10 (Game Theory; Antitrust): The Outsourcing Bias; 3.3.11 Hypothesis-11: The "Under-Valuation Bias"; 3.3.12 Hypothesis-12: The Inertia Effect
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Includes bibliographical references.
Note 3.3.13 Hypothesis-13 (Game Theory
Summary Most research about financial stability and sustainable growth focuses on the financial sector and macroeconomics and neglects the real sector, microeconomics and psychology issues. Real-sector and financial-sectors linkages are increasing and are a foundation of economic/social/environmental/urban sustainability, given financial crises, noise, internet, "transition economics", disintermediation, demographics and inequality around the world. Within complex systems theory framework, this book analyses some multi-sided mechanisms and risk-perception that can have symbiotic relationships with financial stability, systemic risk and/or sustainable growth. Within the context of Regret Minimization, MN-Transferable Utility and WTAL, new theories-of-the-firm are developed that consider sustainable growth, price stability, globalization, financial stability and birth-to-death evolutions of firms. This book introduces new behaviour theories pertaining to real estate and intangibles, which can affect the evolutions of risk-taking and risk perception within organizations and investment entities. The chapters address elements of the dilemma of often divergent risk perceptions of, and risk-taking by corporate executives, regulators and investment managers.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on October 08, 2019).
ISBN 9781137447043 electronic book
1137447044 electronic book
9781137447036
ISBN/ISSN 10.1057/978-1-137-44
OCLC # 1119643299
Additional Format Print version: Nwogugu, Michael I. C. Complex Systems, Multi-Sided Incentives and Risk Perception in Companies London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited,c2019 9781137447036.