Innovation and Financial Markets
1. Edition June 2021
208 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Combining insights from academic research and practical examples, this book aims to better understand the link between financial markets and innovation management. First, we are back to the very definition of innovation and what it means for financial and non-financial companies. Then, we analyze if efficient innovation management by companies is recognized and valued by financial markets. Finally, we focus on innovation within the financial sector: does it really create value outside the financial sector itself. Are Financial innovations value ... or risk creators?
Part I: Understanding Innovation
Chapter 1: Innovation and its challenges for the company
Chapter 2: How can companies develop their innovation capacity?
Chapter 3: The financial evaluation of an innovation project
Part II: The promotion of innovation in financial markets
Chapter 4: Are innovative companies favored by the markets?
Chapter 5: Is the innovation promoted by the rating agencies?
Chapter 6: The regulatory framework encourages innovation it you?
Part III: Innovation in financial markets
Chapter 7: The "new" financial products
Chapter 8: Does Innovation promoted the financial crisis?
Chapter 9: financial innovation is it creates value ... or risk?