Anna Grygiel-Tomaszewska

Anna Grygiel-Tomaszewska
Warsaw School of Economics | SGH · Institute of Corporate Finance and Investments

PhD Economics

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Introduction
I am working in Warsaw School of Economics. I am focusing on capital markets and investments, currently working on projects related to passive investments, high-frequency trading and sustainability (ESG).

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The purpose of this article is to verify whether there is a research gap referring to the potential application of ESG-related information in bankruptcy early warning signals. There is a problem of a strong information asymmetry in the enterprise-investor relationship, with the issuer being the privileged party. The problem is so urgent that, undou...
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Our study asks whether the investment companies gain the advantage of the physical location towards European recognised financial markets. To investigate our research issue, we used a sample of 380 entities and 3,800 firm-yearly observations across European countries. Our research window covers the 2010 to 2019 timespan. The study uses a dynamic pa...
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The recent financial crisis has boosted the popularity of ethical investing, evidence of this being the large number of European investment funds based on corporate social responsibility and the increasing value of the assets they manage. These funds are not developing evenly, their positions varying from country to country. Significant disproporti...
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Stakeholder behavior and reputation are held to be the two main factors explaining the positive correlation between corporate social responsibility and financial performance. To date, however, researchers have not determined which of these factors is of greater significance. The results of this study indicate that the relative effects of stakeholde...
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The market of ethical investments is growing rapidly. Ethical investing is no longer a niche phenomenon or a fad, but it becomes a permanent and desirable element of the financial market. The development of ethical investments is not steady. Existing cross-country differences in the level of popularity of ethical investments result from local insti...
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Celem artykulu byla analiza zjawiska inwestowania etycznego i ocena poziomu rozwoju rynku tego typu inwestycji w krajach Unii Europejskiej. Przeprowadzone badania objely swoim zasiegiem 10 wybranych krajow charakteryzujących sie odmiennym stopniem rozwoju rynku SRI. W badaniach uwzgledniono dwa glowne obszary: podejście do zarządzania aktywami w ra...

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This research aims to provide robust evidence on the profitability of the market’s direct and indirect participants conditioned upon the physical distance to the main stock exchange.