Items by Zalewska, Anna
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Number of items: 17.
Zalewska, A., 2014. Challenges of corporate governance : Twenty years after Cadbury, ten years after Sarbanes-Oxley. Journal of Empirical Finance, 27, pp. 1-9.
Zalewska, A., 2014. Gentlemen do not talk about money : remuneration dispersion and firm performance relationship on British boards. Journal of Empirical Finance, 27, pp. 40-57.
Ferrer, E., Salaber, J. and Zalewska, A., 2014. Forthcoming. Consumer confidence indices and stock markets’ meltdowns. The European Journal of Finance Item availability may be restricted.
Grout, P. A., Jenkins, A. and Zalewska, A., 2014. Regulatory valuation of public utilities : A case study of the twentieth century. Business History, 56 (6), pp. 936-955.
Garside, L., Grout, P. A. and Zalewska, A., 2013. Does experience make you 'tougher'? Evidence from competition law. The Economic Journal, 123 (568), pp. 474-490.
Grout, P. A. and Zalewska, A., 2012. The effect of option granting on executive stock purchases. Economics Letters, 114 (1), pp. 12-15.
Zalewska, A., 2008. Emerging markets - is today the best predictor of tomorrow? Journal of Financial Transformation, 22, pp. 14-17.
Zalewska, A., 2006. Home bias and stock market development : the Polish experience. In: Mickiewicz, T., ed. Corporate Governance and Finance in Poland and Russia. Basingstoke, U. K.: Palgrave Macmillan. (Studies in Economic Transition)
Zalewska, A., 2006. Is locking domestic funds into the local market beneficial? Evidence from the Polish pension reforms. Emerging Markets Review, 7 (4), pp. 339-360.
Schotman, P. C. and Zalewska, A., 2006. Non-synchronous trading and testing for market integration in Central European emerging markets. Journal of Empirical Finance, 13 (4-5), pp. 462-494.
Zalewska, A., Charemza, W. W. and Shields, K., 2004. Predictability of stock markets with disequilibrium trading. The European Journal of Finance, 10 (5), pp. 329-344.
Grout, P. A., Jenkins, A. and Zalewska, A., 2004. Privatisation of utilities and the asset value problem. European Economic Review, 48 (4), pp. 927-941.