Institute of European Finance
The Institute of European Finance has a global reputation for research excellence in banking, accounting and finance. It is focused on understanding the role of finance, in its broadest sense, in addressing the environmental, social and economic challenges that the world faces.
Rhanbarth – Centre for Sustainable Regions and Economies – brings together the School’s multi-disciplinary research activities relating to inclusive and sustainable regional development, in all its forms.
REF 2021 Impact Case Study Constraining the loyalty penalty and complexity costs in retail financial service markets
Research findings on the loyalty penalty inform UK and EU regulations.
REF 2021 Impact Case Study Interchange fees and two-sided markets: influencing the EU regulation on payment card fees
REF 2021 Case Study Enabling effective and fast decision-making in organisations: forecasting with the Theta Method
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Bangor Business School Research Seminars
Here are all the latest episodes in our research seminar series featuring visiting guest speakers and our own academic team.
Dr Laurence Jones
An Underdog Story: How Unexpected Sporting Outcomes Influence Retail Investor Behaviour.
Dr Mina Tajvidi
Brand value co-creating through social commerce information sharing: the role of social media
Dr Joel Machado
The Externalities of Immigration Policies on Migration Flows: the Case of an Asylum Policy
Dr Thanos Verousis
Decomposing Asymmetric Information in Equity Options: Underlying Stock Value and Volatility Information Component
Prof Frank (Hong) Liu
Trading without meeting friends: empirical evidence from the Wuhan lockdown in 2020
Prof Steven Ongena
There is No Planet B", but for Banks "There are Countries B to Z": Domestic Climate Policy and Cross-Border Lending