The main hypothesis of this thread of research is that well-being is strongly correlated to business risks of companies. By developing effective policies to reduce internal risks (for instance operational risks such as credit risk) and external risks (such as systematic risk) of companies well-being can be systematically improved.
There are curves of age and gender-based segregation distribution in boards of companies, which are characteristic to mean credit risk of companies in a region.Walkthrough
Low mean credit risk of companies in a region has strong positive correlation to well-being.
Systemic risk correlates highly with well-being indices at national level.
There is a variety of datasets availablefor the story.
Companies and Board Members
Managed and continuously updated data about Estonian companies and board members since 1992.
CDR and Retail Data
The following artefacts are available: CDR data of the country, retail data for a retail chain.
Stock Market Transactions
Financial data on the price of the top 250 most liquid assets of NYSE from 2006 to 2014. The dataset contains transactions, quotes and market depth (10 best levels in the limit ordr book) with a millisecond resolution.
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