International Journal of Emerging Markets: Volume 16 Issue 4

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Lessons on a novel integration approach of emerging market acquisitions in developed countries

Sandra Figueira, Rui Torres de Oliveira, Daniel Rottig, Francesca Spigarelli

This paper constitutes an explorative study into post-acquisition implementation of emerging market acquisitions in developed countries. More specifically, the study aims…

Experiential learning for Chinese companies to complete cross-border acquisitions: the case of Chinese acquirers

Le Wang, Lars Schweizer, Björn Michaelis

In a contribution to the emerging research examining Chinese cross-border acquisitions (CBAs), the authors observe experiential learning applications for enhancing M&A…

Effect of monetary policy on bank risk: does market structure matter?

Muntazir Hussain, Usman Bashir, Ahmad Raza Bilal

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the risk-taking channel of monetary policy transmission in the Chinese banking industry. This study also investigates the role…

Institutional environment and internationalization of franchise chains: a regional and global analysis

Andrea Lanfranchi, Pedro Lucas de Resende Melo, Felipe Mendes Borini, Renato Telles

In this study, the authors identify how formal institutional environments in destination countries matter to franchise chains as they internationalize. The institutional…

The emergence of China, Inc.: behind and beyond the trade war

Shaomin Li, Matthew Farrell

Answering the call to study important issues in the real world (Buckley et al., 2017; Delios, 2017; Phan, 2019), and motivated by the trade war between the US and China…

Does the financial structure of banks influence the bank lending channel of monetary policy? Evidence from Colombia

Jose Eduardo Gomez-Gonzalez, Ali Kutan, Jair N. Ojeda-Joya, Camila Ortiz

This paper tests the impact of the financial structure of banks on the bank lending channel of monetary policy transmission in Colombia.

A comparative study of economic growth as a key determinant of sovereign credit ratings in Africa

Misheck Mutize, McBride Peter Nkhalamba

This study is a comparative analysis of the magnitude of economic growth as a key determinant of long-term foreign currency sovereign credit ratings in 30 countries in…

Home country institutional drivers and performance outcomes of export market orientation: the moderating role of firm resources

İlayda İpek, Mustafa Tanyeri

Anchored mainly on the institutional theory and resource-based view, this study endeavors to investigate the interplay between home country institutional environment…

Measuring the regional non-observed economy in China with nighttime lights

Menggen Chen, Shuai Zhang

The non-observed economy (NOE) is a pervasive phenomenon worldwide, especially in developing countries, but the size of the NOE and its contributions to the overall…

Explaining stock market returns in Sub-Saharan Africa using an alternate uncovered interest rate parity framework

Kofi Bondzie Afful, William Opoku

Sub-Saharan African (SSA) stock exchanges are imperfect and inefficient. Therefore, orthodox finance theories are unable to completely explain their market returns. Such…

Cover of International Journal of Emerging Markets

ISSN:

1746-8809

Online date, start – end:

2006

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Ilan Alon