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The study aims to analyze the changes in banking market structure and their impact on the bank efficiency.
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the resource rents–quality-adjusted human capital nexus and the impact of quality of institutions.
Model selection in time series analysis: using information criteria as an alternative to hypothesis testingR. Scott Hacker, Abdulnasser Hatemi-J
The issue of model selection in applied research is of vital importance. Since the true model in such research is not known, which model should be used from among various…
This paper investigates the endogenous relationships between banking performance and social welfare in Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries.
This study investigates the effect of multilateral trade liberalization on services export diversification with a view to complementing the recently published work on the…
Testing the convergence and the divergence in five Asian countries: from a GMM model to a new Machine Learning algorithmCosimo Magazzino, Marco Mele, Nicolas Schneider
The purpose of this paper is to empirically test the economic convergence that operate between five selected Asian countries (namely Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, the…
Nonlinearities and asymmetric adjustment to PPP in an exchange rate model with inflation expectationsChristina Anderl, Guglielmo Maria Caporale
This paper aims to explain real exchange rate fluctuations by means of a model including both standard fundamentals and two alternative measures of inflation expectations…
This paper examines the effect of oil price uncertainty on corporate social responsibility (CSR) for 507 US firms over the period 1985–2019.
Monetary and macroprudential policies in the presence of external shocks: evidence from an emerging economyAlexander Lubis, Constantinos Alexiou, Joseph G. Nellis
This paper examines the impact of using the reserve requirements, combined with foreign exchange (FX) intervention, as key instruments in an inflation-targeting framework.
Exploring the motivations of using companies registered in tax havens to invest in UK housing marketCornelia Agyenim-Boateng
The study is intended to identify the macroeconomic factors that drive the use of companies registered in tax havens to purchase properties in the UK housing market.
This study investigates which expectation formation mechanism governs Eurozone firms regarding their expectations on external finance availability.
Through portfolio diversification, the author identifies the risk sharing deposit contract in a three-period model that maximizes the ex ante expected utility of depositors.
This paper argues that decentralization reforms in Colombia, implemented since the 1980s, have led to the decentralization of political clientelism rather than its demise…
The purpose is to analyze the spatially varying impacts of corruption and public debt as % of GDP (proxies of government failures) on non-performing loans (NPLs) in…
This paper examines the dividend smoothing (DS) behaviour in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries in emerging markets where the response to news and the economic…
A change in monetary operating procedures provides a natural experiment which is used to evaluate, first, whether Indian monetary policy transmission is better when…
The research aims to examine the impact of economic policy uncertainty (EPU) on a company's behaviour concerning its human capital. Additionally, the difference in effect…
Fiscal adjustments, income inequality and economic growth: an empirical analysis of Japanese prefecturesPatricia Kako Ouraga
This paper investigates the joint relationship between economic growth, income inequality and fiscal adjustments using a panel of 47 Japanese prefectures from 1998 to 2017.
Education in the times of a pandemic: parental socioeconomic characteristics and time spent educating childrenStefani Milovanska-Farrington
This research explores the impact of parental educational attainment, race, ethnicity, gender and employment on the time parents spend educating their children during the…
This paper aims to disclose the savings behavior of Iran's economy in the context of demographic transition.
Despite a widespread assertion that wages are lower in the informal than formal economy, there have been few empirical evaluations of whether this is the case and even…
Does disease outbreak news impact equity, commodity and foreign exchange market? Investors' fear of the pandemic COVID-19Imlak Shaikh, Toan Luu Duc Huynh
Market volatility is subject to good or bad news and even responses to fake news and policy changes. In this piece of work, the authors consider the effects of the recent…
Effects of economic policy uncertainty and political uncertainty on business confidence and investmentGabriel Caldas Montes, Fabiana da Silva Leite Nogueira
This study estimates the effects of political uncertainty and economic policy uncertainty on business confidence. Moreover, it also examines business confidence as a…
The purpose of this study is to first assess how the US healthcare financing system is influenced by income variation. Then, it examines whether or not the impact of…
The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of remittance inflows (remittances) on electricity consumption and electric power losses in Jamaica.
This paper aims to empirically examine the relationship between stock liquidity and asset pricing, using a new price impact ratio adjusted for free float as the…
This study aims to measure economic uncertainty in Turkey by a novel economic uncertainty index (EUI) employing principal component analysis (PCA). We assess the impact of…
The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether the macroeconomic effects of government spending shocks vary with the degree of macroeconomic uncertainty.
The gender wage gap and the presence of foreign firms in Vietnam: evidence from unconditional quantile regression decompositionDao Dinh Nguyen, Xinran Zhang, Trang Huyen Nguyen
The objective of this study is to estimate the gender wage gap in Vietnam and its rural and urban areas, especially with the presence of foreign firms.
The effects of corruption on growth, human development and natural resources sector: empirical evidence from a Bayesian panel VAR for Latin American and Nordic countriesDante A. Urbina, Gabriel Rodríguez
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the effects of corruption on economic growth, human development and natural resources in Latin American and Nordic countries.
The study examines the existence of calendar anomalies, including the day-of-the-week (DOW) effect and the January effect, in the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
Does financial inclusion induce poverty, income inequality, and financial stability: empirical evidence from the 54 African countries?Iftikhar Khan, Ismail Khan, Aziz Ullah Sayal, Muhammad Zubair Khan
The aim of the study is to examine the impact of financial inclusion on poverty, income inequality and financial stability using panel data of 54 African countries.
GDP and population growth: Evidence of fractional cointegration with historical data from 1820 onwardsLuis Gil-Alana, Cecilia Font, Águeda Gil-López
Using data from 1820 onwards in a group of seven countries, namely, Australia, Chile, Denmark, France, the UK, Italy and the USA, the authors investigate if there is a…
This study investigates the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on daily stock returns for the six major affected WHO Regions, namely: Africa, Americas, Eastern…
This study examines the effect of general trust (GT) and confidence in banks (CIB) on bank risk-taking. Besides, it explores the moderating role of CIB on the relationship…
Income and factor substitution: an investigation on the Solow growth model under the constant elasticity of substitutionSedat Alatas
The purpose of this study is to examine whether the elasticity of substitution (ES) varies between developed and developing countries.
Attitudes and responses to corruption in tax systems: peer effects and social influences in transition countriesJohn E. Anderson
Analyze how peer effects and social influences affect attitudes and responses to corruption in tax systems, identifying factors that improve tax morale.
This study seeks to analyse the determinants of working capital of manufacturing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), particularly the effect of the probability of…
The authors discuss the value of portfolio and Black–Scholes (B–S)-option pricing model in fuzzy environment.
Measuring contagion during COVID-19 through volatility spillovers of BRIC countries using diagonal BEKK approachKunjana Malik, Sakshi Sharma, Manmeet Kaur
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is an unprecedented shock to the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) economy and their…
Impact of foreign direct investment and international tourism on long-run economic growth of EstoniaAmin Sokhanvar, Glenn P. Jenkins
International tourism and FDI inflows have generated detectable beneficial impacts on the economy of Estonia in the last decades. However, recently, poor international…
Considering the relationship between the central bank balance sheet and unconventional monetary policy after the 2008 financial crisis, it is crucial to see how the…
This paper aims to assess whether the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has encouraged governments to take actions towards fostering digital means of payments…
This paper combines the objective information of six mixed-frequency partial-activity indicators with assumptions or beliefs (called priors) regarding the distribution of…
This study examines the impact of monetary policy on income inequality in Eurozone countries for the period between 2005 and 2017.
The study aims to examine the non-linear relationship between self-employment and economic growth (growth) in the context of developing countries.
This paper aims to examine how the “wage premium,” the percentage by which wages earned by skilled workers exceed those of unskilled workers, varies across industries…
Multi-directional efficiency analysis (MEA) is an alternative methodology to data envelopment analysis (DEA) that investigates the improvement potentials in each input and…
The authors explore the impact of financialization on income inequality for a panel of 19 OECD countries over the period 2000–2017. The authors control for the effect of…
This study examines the forecasting performance of the professional analysts participating in the Blue Chip Economic Indicators Survey using an alternative methodological…
The paper analyzes the pattern of international capital flows, accounting for the convergence on economic growth.
The article develops a model to interpret the 2010–2018 financial crisis in Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Cyprus, and the loan programs from the IL (International…
This study aims to contribute to the current and well-documented phenomenon of hysteresis in the US economy after the Great Financial Recession. Compelling reasons lead me…
The article deals with the imperatives of functioning of the financial market of Ukraine in the global space of debt loading.
The purpose of this research is to evaluate the impact of adopting the principles of corporate governance on the financial performance of companies listed on the Bucharest…
The link between financial stress index and economic activity: prominent Granger causalities across frequencies in LuxembourgPejman Bahramian, Andisheh Saliminezhad, Şule Aker
In spite of the certain risk imposed by financial stress on the real economy, the relationship between financial stress and economic activity is complicated and…
To investigate the complex relationship between inflation, inflation uncertainty and equity returns.
Using survey datasets, the purpose of this work explores the impact of economic freedom on the gender pay gap in the UK.
While monetary autonomy is self-explanatory for cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin with predetermined supply path, it is of great interest to probe into the monetary…
The primary objective of this study is to prioritize the main intentions behind investment in cryptocurrency, in spite of its volatile nature and no regulatory framework.
This paper aims at assessing the impact of institutional and cultural distances and trade barriers on ASEAN's trade efficiency using a panel data set of 65 countries for…
Industrial growth in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from machine learning with insights from nightlight satellite imagesChristian Otchia, Simplice Asongu
This study uses machine machine learning techniques to assess industrial development in Africa.
Crisis determination and financial contagion: an analysis of the Hong Kong and Tokyo stock markets using an MSBVAR approachHaytem Troug, Matt Murray
The purpose of this paper then, is to add to the existing literature on financial contagion. While a vast amount of the debate has been made using data from the late…
This paper explores the role of colonial heritage on long-term economic development from a resource-curse perspective. The authors investigate the impact of colonial…
The author studies the role of safe assets accumulation in shaping the pattern of international capital flows.
A panel path analysis approach to the determinants of coronavirus disease 2019 transmission: does testing matter for confirmed cases?Gour Gobinda Goswami, ARM Mehrab Ali, Sharose Islam
The main purpose of this study is to examine the role of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) test on transmission data globally to reveal the fact that the actual…
The paper examines the effect of bank-specific, financial structure and macroeconomic factors on the profitability of banks in Asian economies during 1995–2017.
The purpose of the paper is to examine how much difference in income can be explained by familial culture that persists in different societies.
This paper aims to consider if an initial driver of the cross-country global coronavirus pandemic was trade openness with China.
While the commons problem and the issues related to the negative externalities of harvesting have been studied extensively, there remains a need to bridge these two…
In this study, the relationship between female labour force participation rate and economic growth is investigated in middle-income countries. The study covers the period…
Recently, multiple examples of large firms acquiring real estate have polarized investors. Who are the firms investing in real estate and what are their characteristics…
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