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The rise and fall of the penny-share offer : A historical sociology of London’s smaller company markets (University of St Andrews, 2017) - ReportThis report offers a narrative, ‘historical sociology’ of two markets established in London in 1995 in response to a series of rule changes at the London Stock Exchange (LSE). The first, the Alternative Investment Market, ...
(2016-03-15) - Journal articleThis paper investigates the relative importance of Islamic banks, alongside their conventional counterparts, in relation to banking and financial development and economic welfare. Using a sample of 22 Muslim countries, ...
(2017-04-25) - Journal articleThis paper reports on the development of the accounting discipline in universities in England and Scotland from the 1960s. Drawing on the oral history narratives of six distinguished accounting scholars who played a ...
Working the crowd : Improvisational entrepreneurship and equity crowdfunding in nascent entrepreneurial ventures (2017-09-15) - Journal articleEquity crowdfunding has rapidly established itself as an important part of the funding landscape for nascent entrepreneurial ventures. To date, however, little is known about the nature of the demand for equity crowdfunding ...
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