Studies in Economics and Finance
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Consequences of the Russia-Ukraine war: evidence from DAX, ATX, and FTSEMIBFlorin Aliu, Isa Mulaj, Simona Hašková
The Russian invasion of Ukraine generated unprecedented panic in the European financial system. As expected, the European Union (EU) felt most of the negative effects of…
Religiosity and bank lending: evidence surrounding the pandemic in the USABabu G. Baradwaj, Michaël Dewally, Liu Hong, Yingying Shao
The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of religiosity on banks’ lending behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic in the USA.
FDI, digitalization and employment: empirical evidence from developing economiesMadhabendra Sinha, Darius Tirtosuharto, Anjan Ray Chaudhury, Partha Basu
The paper aims to empirically examine the impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows and digitalization on employment opportunities in selected 70 developing…
Corporate social responsibility and financial reporting quality: evidence from US firmsDmitriy Chulkov, Xiaoqiong Wang
This study aims to examine the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and measures of financial reporting quality.
On the interdependencies between mortgage, credit card and auto loans delinquency rates: evidence from the US states plus the District of ColumbiaJosé Alberto Fuinhas, Nuno Silva, Joshua Duarte
This study aims to explain how delinquency shocks in one type of debt contaminate the others. That is, the authors aim to shed light on the time pattern of delinquencies…
Time and frequency uncertainty spillover among macro uncertainty, financial stress and asset marketsUjjawal Sawarn, Pradyumna Dash
This study aims to examine the uncertainty spillover among eight important asset classes (cryptocurrencies, US stocks, US bonds, US dollar, agriculture, metal, oil and…
Long memory in Bitcoin and ether returns and volatility and Covid-19 pandemicMiriam Sosa, Edgar Ortiz, Alejandra Cabello-Rosales
The purpose of this research is to analyze the Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH) long memory and conditional volatility.
Convergence analysis of science, technology, and environment expenditure: evidence from Indian statesVaseem Akram
There is vast disparity in public expenditure on science, technology and environment (STE) across various Indian states. Public expenditure on STE is crucial in…
The interconnectedness across risk appetite of distinct investor types in Borsa IstanbulZeliha Can Ergün, Efe Caglar Cagli, M. Banu Durukan Salı
This study aims to investigate the interconnectedness across the risk appetite of distinct investor types in Borsa Istanbul. This study also examines the causal impact of…
House energy efficiency retrofits and loan maturityKyriakos Drivas, Prodromos Vlamis
The purpose of this study is to examine how households opt for their loan’s duration when it comes to energy efficiency retrofits (EERs). The primary focus is on the time…
Behavioral economics and finance: a selective review of models, methods and toolsOrlando Gomes
This paper aims to survey literature on behavioral economics and finance, with particular emphasis on a selection of models, methods and tools that this strand of thought…
Exchange rate volatility and trade flows in Indonesia and ten main trade partners: asymmetric effectsUnggul Heriqbaldi, Miguel Angel Esquivias, Rossanto Dwi Handoyo, Alfira Cahyaning Rifami, Hilda Rohmawati
This paper aims to examine whether Indonesian cross-border trade responds asymmetrically to exchange rate volatility (ERV).
COVID-19 and the ASEAN stock market: a wavelet analysis of conventional and Islamic equity indicesMohsin Ali, Mudeer Ahmed Khattak, Shabeer Khan, Noureen Khan
The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Islamic and conventional equities.
The economic and environmental effects of an optimal emission reduction subsidy policy in the presence of business cyclesFariba Ramezani, Amir Arjomandi, Charles Harvie
As a by-product of the production process, emissions can follow output fluctuations. Hence, disregarding the relationship between economic fluctuations and emissions could…
Monetary-fiscal coordination: when, why and how?Saurabh Sharma, Ipsita Padhi, Sarat Dhal
This paper aims to revisit the theme of fiscal-monetary coordination in a general equilibrium setup that allows for unconventional monetary policy, monetary policy…
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