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This study explores the impacts of Covid-19 on the performance of firms operating in different industries, and further discovers suspected impacting channels through which…
The purpose of this paper is to ascertain if practising healthy lifestyles improves the technical efficiency of farms in Kwara state, Nigeria. In theory, all deviations from the…
Financial development and growth nexus in Asian countries: mediating role of FDI, foreign aid and tradeBiswajit Patra, Narayan Sethi
This paper analyzes the direct effect of financial development and the mediating impact of financial development through foreign direct investment (FDI), foreign aid and trade on…
This paper aims to introduce a growth comprehensive pattern to explain the phenomenon of individual foreign investment, first at the global level and then at the regional level…
A systems approach to examine microentrepreneurship development through Stimulus-Organism-Behavior-Consequence (SOBC) theoryDebadutta Kumar Panda
Microfinance programs across the countries are designed on the self-help and peer pressure model, aim at microentrepreneurship development. Despite of significant studies on…
Sustainability in supply chain management: using drawings to understand undergraduates' perceptions of sustainabilitySharon Feeney, John Hogan
This paper presents an interpretation of freehand drawings produced by supply chain management undergraduates in response to the question: “What is sustainability?” Having to…
The purpose of this paper is to provide a gender-sensitive analysis of economic agency in Islamic economic philosophy.
Examining whether religion is a positive factor in access to self-employment for youths: evidences from Congolese dataTed Cléophane Ngassa
High levels of youth unemployment in Africa, the difficulty of accessing salaried jobs, and the weakness of public institutions in charge of employment issues push youths towards…
The low level of financial literacy among young adults is a pressing concern at both individual and country levels. Therefore, there is a dire need to understand the best-worst…
Duration of high school education on early fertility and marriage: evidence from a policy change in GhanaEmmanuel Adu Boahen, Jacob Nunoo, Kwadwo Opoku
The objective of this paper is to examine the effect of spending one extra year in high school on early marriage and childbirth.
Unpacking regional variations of multidimensional food security in rural Ethiopia: insights for policyWorkicho Jateno Gadiso, Bamlaku Alamirew Alemu, Maru Shete
This study aims to measure the status of rural household food security across regions using multidimensional indicators. It also aims to identify the determinants of rural…
Moderating role of millennials' financial literacy on the relationship between risk tolerance and risky investment behavior: evidence from IndiaAnu Mohta, V Shunmugasundaram
This study aims to examine the association between risk tolerance and risky investment intention with financial literacy as a moderating variable. The proposed relationship was…
The purpose of this study is twofold: first, to examine the relationship between foreign ownership and stock return volatility and second, to explore how COVID-19 impacts such a…
Does inflation affect asymmetrically to financial development in India? Fresh insights based on NARDL approachMuzffar Hussain Dar, Md. Zulquar Nain
This study examines the possibility of asymmetric impact of inflation on the financial development (FD) in the case of Indian economy from 1980 to 2020. Moreover, the…
Food security and women empowerment of livestock farming households in the Feed the Future zone of BangladeshParesh Kumar Sarma, Mohammad Jahangir Alam, Ismat Ara Begum, Sheikh Mohammad Sayem
This study aims to investigate the determinants of the food security status of participants and non-participants of livestock extension services living under similar socioeconomic…
Empirical investigation of Islamic legal framework, crowd humanitarian funds and poverty reduction in selected Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)Yusuff Jelili Amuda, Shafiqul Hassan
This study reports the results of the empirical investigation of the Shari'ah legal framework which serves as a basis of the crowd humanitarian fund and poverty reduction among…
This study examines the appropriate measures that need to be intensified among African countries to achieve sustainable environment to mitigate climate change.
Predicting elderly users' intention of digital payments during COVID-19: an extension of the theory of planned behavior modelJiaji Zhu, Xin Li, Yushi Jiang, Wenju Ma
Promoting the adoption of digital payments by the elderly plays an important role in the development of the digital economy. The purpose of this study is to build an extended…
Research has found a strong correlation between maternal healthcare and health insurance coverage. But, despite having one of the best health coverage systems in the developing…
Commercialisation level and determinants of agricultural commercialisation of farmers in the highland of VietnamTien Dung Nguyen, Hung Gia Hoang, Le Thi Hoa Sen
The paper aimed to examine the determinants of agricultural commercialisation of farmers and measured its commercialisation level in the highland of Vietnam.
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected access to adequate and nutritious food, resulting in hunger, malnutrition and increased food insecurity. The purpose of this study…
This study aimed to identify the potential for economic activities related to the ocean economy in Brazil to become blue economy (BE) activities, in which the concept of the…
How economic policy uncertainty affects foreign direct investment inflows: implications for the post-Covid-19 pandemic periodNghi Huu Phan, Van Do Bui, Loan Thi Quynh Nguyen
This study investigates the impact of economic policy uncertainty (EPU) on the inflows of foreign direct investment (FDI), specifically focusing on two components of FDI…
Corporate social responsibility and performance among rural banks in Ghana: the moderating role of governance structuresElvis Kwame Agyapong, Louis David Junior Annor, Williams Ohemeng
This paper evaluates the effect of corporate social responsibility (CSR) on the performance of rural banks, as well as the moderating influence of effective governance on the…
Macroeconomic cyclical indicators and bank non-performing loans: does country governance matter in African countries?Godwin Ahiase, Denny Andriana, Edinam Agbemava, Bright Adonai
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the influence of macroeconomic cyclical indicators and country governance on bank non-performing loans in African countries.
Interactive effects of armed conflict and climate change on gender vulnerability in Sub-Saharan AfricaChinwe Regina Okoyeuzu, Angela Ifeanyi Ujunwa, Augustine Ujunwa, Nelson N. Nkwor, Ebere Ume Kalu, Mamdouh Abdulaziz Saleh Al-Faryan
Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is regarded as a region with one of the worst cases of armed conflict and climate risk. This paper examines the interactive effect of armed conflict and…
Since the early 1990s, Brazil has adopted an experimental approach to environmental management. Its reforms continue to this day and have produced robust water-management…
This work aims to establish the relationship between painting art and sustainability, which allows for highlighting implications likely to improve sustainability for humanity's…
Despite a lot of developments in the financial markets, financial illiteracy is a main concern across the world and is directly associated with faulty financial decisions making…
The Indonesian government's Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDes) initiative optimizes Village Resources (SDD)—human and natural—to improve rural communities' welfare. Villagers must…
Environmental stringency and competitive export strengths: a study in context of environmentally sensitive goods in G20Alisha Mahajan, Kakali Majumdar
Trade of environmentally sensitive goods (ESGs) is often exposed to countries with less stringent regulations suggesting that those countries have comparative advantage in the…
Distributional impacts of anchor borrower program on the welfare of rice farming households in Oyo State, NigeriaOsayi Precious Emokpae, Christopher Osamudiamen Emokaro, Nneji Ifeyinwa Umeokeke
This study assessed the heterogeneous impact of the Anchor Borrower Program (ABP) on the welfare distribution of rice farming households in Nigeria.
This paper examines the role of institution in the combating crime in India. This study also assesses institutions for controlling property crime in India in the post-reform era.
Benchmarking non-pharmacological policies from an efficient administration perspective: a panel DEA approach with strategic insights for the post-pandemicThyago Celso Cavalcante Nepomuceno, Miguel Gomes da Silva, Maria Eugênia Vergilio Mori, Wilka Maria do N. Silva, Isaac Pergher
The recent increase in the number of infections and mortality rates in many regions has emphasized the cyclical nature of this pandemic, with new variants emerging constantly…
This paper aims to investigate the role of corruption and income inequality in three-dimensional sustainable development in the post-Soviet countries.
Effect of financial inclusion and fintech on the effectiveness of Indian monetary policy: an empirical investigationRuhee Mittal, Tanu Kathuria, Mohit Saini, Barkha Dhingra, Mahender Yadav
Fintech plays a prominent role in augmenting the financial inclusion of the population and increasing the money supply, which calls for the intervention of monetary policy. This…
Do globalised economies benefit more from export sophistication? Evidence from advanced and developing economiesHazwan Haini, Wei Loon Pang
This study examines whether the gains from export sophistication is conditional on the level of globalisation. Previous studies have shown that the impact of export sophistication…
Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) aims to assist expectant mothers in low-income households. It might address the insufficient prenatal and postnatal healthcare services in rural…
Mental well-being and government support in Europe. The mediating role of trust in people and institutionsErica Poma, Barbara Pistoresi, Chiara Giovinazzo
This paper investigates the determinants of subjective well-being in Europe using the European Living, Working and COVID-19 (ELWC) Survey carried out by Eurofound (2021)…
The present study intends to highlight the issues and challenges pertinent to sanitation practices among urban slum women in India.
This study examines the relationships between parents' and children's occupations to determine the existence of intergenerational transmission of occupations.
Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) are the backbone of economic development for every economy. They contribute to local economic development through household…
This paper provides a new empirical evidence of the impact of Global security on economic growth in Tunisia. Like Buzan (1991), the framework used four types of security: army…
Does the crime rate respond symmetrically or asymmetrically to changes in governance quality and macroeconomic variables? The application of linear and non-linear ARDLAbdul Saqib, Fouzia Yasmin, Ihtisham Hussain
Socioeconomic development needs quality governance to provide and protect property rights and other economic means. In this regard, the current study examines the symmetric and…
In the light of high reliance on digital technology to mitigate the consequences of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and its containment measures, this study…
The question of what level of public debt can increase inequality has become crucial in Africa. In this study, the authors examine the effect of public debt on inequality in…
The present study investigates the role of fiscal illusion on income inequality in 46 selected countries in terms of income and development levels from 2002 to 2017.
The author studies the determinants of public trust in government doctors and hospitals (DH) – a crucial indicator of the quality of a country's healthcare system – in India by…
Population growth and urbanization pose several threats to terrestrial ecosystems, especially in forest ecological zones worldwide. This study examines the drivers of average…
The study unravels the effects of climate-induced variations in staple crop yields on various migratory inflows in India while adjusting for seasonal weather and sociodemographic…
Health performance and economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa: new evidence based on quantile regressionsSimplice Asongu, Nicholas M. Odhiambo
The present study investigates the nexus between health performance dynamics and economic growth in 43 countries in sub-Saharan Africa for the period 2004–2018.
From “Switzerland” to “Venezuela” of the Middle East: who is harmed the most by inflation in Lebanon?Sandra Khalil, Diana Dagher
The paper explores the inflationary consequences of the Lebanese economic and financial crises on Lebanese society. The study investigates the distribution of inflationary harm…
This paper evaluates the short-term impact of childcare centres' closures, due to COVID-19 restrictions, on Brazilian mothers' labour force participation and employment rates.
This study investigates the observed resurgence in religious beliefs seen across many societies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using the economic theory of religious clubs, the…
Socio-economic characteristics, mobile phone ownership and banking behaviour of individuals as determinants of digital financial inclusion in IndiaJabir Ali, Archana Kumari Ghildiyal
This paper aims at analysing the socio-economic characteristics, mobile phone ownership and banking behaviour as key determinants of digital financial inclusion in India.
French non-profit organizations (NPOs) have undergone numerous health restrictions and lockdown measures in addition to the health issues raised by the Covid-19 pandemic. The aim…
The aim is to contribute to the personalist economics research agenda by exploring how personalist thought can theoretically inform the question of well-being and its measurement.
Does social banking matter in times of crisis? Evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic: a combined SEM-neural network approachNattaporn Thongsri, Orawan Tripak
The purpose of this study was to investigate the factors that would influence the intention to use social banking during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. This…
The moral embeddedness of labor market transactions in Indonesia: a study of Chinese migrant workersAlhamudin Maju Hamonangan Sitorus, Sudarsono Hardjosoekarto, Rusfadia Saktiyanti Jahja, One Herwantoko, Fadlan Khaerul Anam
Moral consideration is significantly important as social responsibility of economic actions. This article aims to analyze the moral embeddedness of labor market using the typology…
Debt to the Penny and US Dollar Index: a lead-lag relationship of the US economy under impacts of the Covid-19 outbreakBao Khac Quoc Nguyen, Nguyet Thi Bich Phan, Van Le
This study investigates the interactions between the US daily public debt and currency power under impacts of the Covid-19 crisis.
The basic purpose of this paper was to check the perceived impact of socio-economic on the fertility rate (FR) in Pakistan. It also explored the factors which play an important…
This paper examines the impact of fiscal constraints on education expenditure in Nigeria from 1981 to 2021, using annual time series data.
Why do the educated poor pay less price per calorie? Evidence from household-level calorie consumption dataKalyani Mangalika Lakmini Rathu Manannalage, Shyama Ratnasiri, Andreas Chai
While the monetary returns to education are well documented in the economics literature, the studies on non-monetary returns to education are scarce. The purpose of this study is…
This study investigates the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on financial stability in Vietnam, a developing country characterized by a bank-based financial system.
The global financial crisis (GFC) has undermined the legitimacy of orthodox neo-classical economic assumptions, which nevertheless continue to frame the philosophical assumptions…
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