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“Reputational damage and name changes: Impact of financial crimes” is an article published by Dr. Omer Unsal, associate professor of finance. This study examines the relationship between reputational issues and name-change decisions among U.S. financial firms.
Dr. Omer Unsal, assistant professor of finance at the Girard School of Business, recently published an article titled Corporate crimes and innovation: Evidence from US financial firms. By utilizing a large sample of financial firms located within the United States between 2002 and 2019, Unsal found that fraudulent financial firms innovate fewer new products, services, and patents. The article can be found in the Journal of Economic Modelling.