Issue 5 2016 Financial monitoring and its consequences
Issue 4 2016 Special issue on Fragmented Markets
Issue 3 2016
Issue 2 2016 The effects of international financial reporting standards
Issue 1 2016 Behavioral finance
Issue 4 2011
Issue 3 2011
Issue 2 2011 Rethinking International Finance in conjunction with the 2010 Northern Finance Association Meetings, September 2527, 2010
Issue 1 2011
Issue 4 2009
Issue 3 2009
Issue 2 2009
Issue 1 2009 International market microstructure answering global problems with micro solutions
Issue 4 2008 Corporate governance an international perspective
Issue 3 2008
Issue 2 2008
Issue 1 2008
This paper investigates the influence of tournament incentives, measured by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) pay slice (CPS), on the acquisition decisions of Australian firms.
Information search in times of market uncertainty: an examination of aggregate and disaggregate uncertaintyMarshall A. Geiger, Rajib Hasan, Abdullah Kumas, Joyce van der Laan Smith
This study explores the association between individual investor information demand and two measures of market uncertainty – aggregate market uncertainty and disaggregate…
Financial expert CEOs, political intervention, and corporate investment decisions: evidence from the anti-corruption campaignHamish D. Anderson, Jing Liao, Shuai Yue
Employing the anti-corruption campaign as an exogenous political shock, this paper examines how political intervention shapes the impact of financial expert CEOs on firm…
Studies on corporate boards examine how social ties between the CEO and independent board members affect the effectiveness of board monitoring. Much evidence suggests that…
More studies have investigated the relation between option measures and stock returns during scheduled corporate events. This study adds to the literature and investigates…
This study aims to provide new explanation of the new issue puzzle.
In this paper, the author attempts to answer an important question upon founder-CEOs' exiting: How do they sell their remaining ownership shares? The literature has…
Nonlinear linkages between bank asset quality and profitability: evidence from dynamic and quantile approaches using a global sampleFaisal Alqahtani, Besma Hamdi, Michael Skully
The purpose of this study is to examine whether the relationship between asset quality and profitability is linear or nonlinear, using a global dataset containing 2,943…
This study investigates the effect of board independence on private information-based trading (PIBT) events. This study also examines the interaction effects of firm's…
Individual investors' responses to mutual fund fire sales and sell-side analysts' price-correcting revisionsJinglin Jiang, Weiwei Wang
This paper investigates individual investors' responses to stock underpricing and how their trading decisions are affected by analysts' forecasts and recommendations.
This study empirically examines, from the first quarter of 1981 until the fourth quarter of 2017, the relations across customary domestic issuer credit ratings (long-term…
To examine the board of directors’ performance and if higher performance helps protect minority shareholders in an emerging capital market. Additionally, we determine if…
The paper examines the differential effect of liquidity constraints on corporate growth using unbalanced panel data for 457 Pakistani firms over the period 2010–2017.
The authors examine the stability of dividend payout and the consistency in its predictability using sample of firms from 18 different countries amid their prevailing…
The purpose of this paper is to empirically examine the impact of the bank-appointed directors on the agency costs of debt by using the idiosyncratic risk of stock returns…
The purpose of this paper is to examine whether capital structure matters for earnings management of microfinance institutions.
The effect of independent directors' financial expertise on the use of private information in setting bank CEO bonusesGuoping Liu, Jerry Sun
The purpose of this study is to examine whether independent directors' financial expertise affects the use of private information in setting bank chief executive officer…
The authors investigate the role of gender in the way firms evaluate and resolve the ethical dilemma founded on the corporate social responsibility–corporate financial…
This study explores whether a firm's environmental and social (E&S) transparency affects corporate payout policies having two forms of dividend payout and stock repurchase…
This paper investigates the relationship between a firm's susceptibility to a hostile takeover and investors' reactions to a seasoned equity offering (SEO).
This paper analyzes banking sector earnings management using loan loss provisions (LLPs) in the Fintech era.
This paper aims to document the impact of corporate cash holdings on firm performance in Middle East and North African (MENA) emerging markets. The authors also examine…
This study examines the impact of the $60 billion tariff announcement of the US government on the Chinese exporting firms. In particular, it focuses on the firms whose…
Corporate social responsibility and corporate payout policy: the impact of product market competitionShahbaz Sheikh
The purpose of this paper is to empirically investigate if and how firm performance in corporate social responsibility (CSR) is related to corporate payouts and how…
This study investigates the relative flexibility of payouts vis-à-vis investment in the UK, motivated by concerns regarding this market's distinct payout characteristics…
The study's purpose is to examine market returns around dividend announcements that contrast with a pattern of prior dividend announcements.
Do corporate social responsibility disclosures influence investment efficiency in the emerging markets of Asia?Farah Zamir, Greg Shailer, Abubakr Saeed
Corporate investment efficiency ultimately influences economic development but is largely at the discretion of managers. Information asymmetries are problematic in…
The purpose of this paper is to examine whether the quality of management can mitigate the positive association between corporate tax avoidance and firm-specific stock…
This paper examines the contentious relationship between investment and cash flow using the 2008–2009 credit supply shock as a form of the quasi-natural experiment.
We examine how business group affiliation affects corporate debt maturity.
We examine the effect of institutional blockholders on the variability of firm performance.
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