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    • The Delegation of Investor Decision Making: What Drives Participants in Social Trading Networks to Engage in Copy Trading 

      Creed, Anthony; Cotter, Aodan; Merriman, Luke; McAvoy, John; O'Reilly, Philip (Drake Management Review, 2021-04)
      This study analyses existing literature to identify what drives participants in social trading networks to engage in copy trading. A concept-centric review of literature extracts recurring, relevant concepts and builds ...
    • Investing in Innovation: An Insurance Carrier’s Guide to Insurtech Engagement 

      Ekholm, Jack; Ching, Paul; Thompson, Michael; Veeraphan, Dew (Drake Management Review, 2022-10)
      In a heavily digitized world of speed and convenience - where anyone can purchase groceries, hail a driver, and file their taxes from the comfort of home with just a few clicks or taps - consumers demand ease in everything ...
    • Netnography: A Pocket Guide to Conducting Research in Closed Virtual Communities 

      Wade, Julie (Drake Management Review, 2020-04)
      This paper defines closed virtual communities and outlines a brief guide for researchers (academics and students) who wish to engage in ethnographic studies of online communities, commonly known as a netnography. Although ...
    • Perceptions of Truthfulness and Communication Anxiety in Online Employment Interviews 

      Weisheimer, Anna; Giordano, Gabriel (Drake Management Review, 2013-10)
      In organizations, the past decade has seen an increase in the popularity of Skype as a firstround employment interview tool. Due to Skype’s speed, quality, and transmittal of sound and video, it is sometimes thought of ...
    • Portfolio Management: The Holistic Data Lifecycle 

      McAvoy, John; Murphy, Conor; Mushtaq, Laila; O'Donnell, James; Brennan, Attracta; Dempsey, Mary; Kiely, Gaye (Drake Management Review, 2022-10)
      Machine learning provides many benefits to Portfolio Managers in analysing data and has the potential to provide much more. A concern with the approach to Machine Learning in Portfolio Management is that is caught between ...
    • This Isn’t Your Parent’s TV Show…Oh Wait, It Is 

      Luse, Andy; Steelman, Sierra; Burkman, Jim (Drake Management Review, 2020-10)
      Popular conception holds that Millennials and Gen Z’ers do not like old stuff. Whether it be old games, books, technology, movies, or TV shows, the prevailing thought is that the younger generation prefers newer things. ...