Towards a practical approach to responsible innovation in finance: New Product Committees revisited
AbstractPurpose – The purpose of this paper is to highlight the potentials offered by New Product Committees for the development of responsible innovation in the financial services industry; and to provide grounds for policy recommendations. Design/methodology/approach – The paper takes the form of collective, interdisciplinary reflection and experience within the industry. Findings – New Product Committees can serve a practical approach to responsible innovation in finance. Originality/value – The paper fills a gap in the empirical consideration of New Product Committees in the financial services industry and proposes original directions for policy orientations within organizations and at a regulatory level.
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Volume (Year): 20 (2012)
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- Margaret Armstrong & Guillaume Cornut & Stéphane Delacôte & Marc Lenglet & Yuval Millo & Fabian Muniesa & Alexandre Pointier & Yamina Tadjeddine, 2012. "Towards a practical approach to responsible innovation in finance: New Product Committees revisited," Post-Print halshs-00699985, HAL.
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