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Issue 1 2021 Qualitative Research in Governance & Accountability
This study aims to analyse the Shariah issues in the implementation of tawarruq contract in the Islamic profit rate swap (IPRS) instrument in Malaysia.
This study aims to examine some of the commonly proposed deviants associated with the banking industry in the context of the capital structure puzzle. The paper considers…
Artificial intelligence in financial services: a qualitative research to discover robo-advisory servicesAnkita Bhatia, Arti Chandani, Rizwana Atiq, Mita Mehta, Rajiv Divekar
The purpose of this study is to gauge the awareness and perception of Indian individual investors about a new fintech innovation known as robo-advisors in the wealth…
Is knowledge alone enough for socially responsible investing? A moderation of religiosity and serial mediation analysisPooja Mehta, Manjit Singh, Manju Mittal, Himanshu Singla
This study aims to test the serial mediation effect of attitude toward socially responsible investing (SRI) and social investing efficacy (SIE) on the relationship of…
This study aims to develop two sentiment indices sourced from news stories and corporate disclosures of the firms in the National Stock Exchange NIFTY 50 Index by…
Interpreting banks’ sustainability initiatives as reputational risk management and mechanisms for coping, re-embedding and rebuilding societal trustMohamed Saeudy, Jill Atkins, Elisabetta A.V. Barone
This paper aims to contribute to a growing literature in sustainable and green banking by exploring the views of senior banking representatives towards the implementation…
A qualitative inquiry into the capital structure decisions of overconfident finance managers of family-owned businesses in IndiaHardeep Singh Mundi, Parmjit Kaur, R.L.N. Murty
The purpose of this study is to understand the impact of the overconfidence of finance managers on the capital structure decisions of family-run businesses in the Indian…
The difference of Shariah risk potential and Shariah risk in personal financing products based on tawarruq munazzam contracts practised in MalaysiaFathullah Asni
This paper aims to investigate the differences in the practice of tawarruq munazzam contracts based on personal financing products. The researcher will then analyse the…
Performance measurement in Islamic microfinance institutions: does it change social norms and values?A.K. Siti-Nabiha, A.Z. Siti-Nazariah
The purpose of this paper is to examine the influence of financial performance measures on the social norms and values of an Islamic microfinance institution (IMFI), and…
A qualitative phenomenological exploration of social mood and investors’ risk tolerance in an emerging economyHumaira Asad, Iqra Toqeer, Khalid Mahmood
The authors design a theoretical perspective that explores how different phases of social mood influence financial risk tolerance (FRT) among investors. Risk is involved…
Analyzing governance challenges using Process Net-Map: a case study of a government microcredit scheme in BangladeshMst Tania Parvin, Regina Birner
This paper aims to examine the governance challenges confronted by a government microcredit program in Bangladesh following a case study approach.
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the existing literature on financial risk disclosure by examining a sample of non-financial Indian companies listed on the…
This paper aims to empirically describe the general characteristics and the investment behavior of high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) who pursue impact investing.
Are small finance banks acting as catalysts for financial inclusion in India? A phenomenological studyGirish Joshi, Bindya Kohli, Sandeep Nalawade
This paper aims to investigate whether small finance banks (SFBs) in India are working towards financial inclusion through qualitative studies.
Scandals in the Australian financial services industry highlight the conflicts of interest between those who provide financial advice (financial planners) and their…
Financial internationalization is of particular importance to emerging country firms. Its significance arises from the impact of institutional void and related agency…
Green sukuk – Malaysia surviving the bumpy road: performance, challenges and reconciled issuance frameworkJ.S. Keshminder, Mohammad Syafiq Abdullah, Marina Mardi
Green sukuk is a tool to finance climate change which has garnered considerable attention. However, having only recently come into existence has its own set of challenges…
The purpose of this study was to gain a better understanding of pension fund managers investment thinking when confronted with challenging investment decisions. The study…
This paper developed a theoretical and research framework by identifying the behavioral biases in investment decision and by presenting a review of the available…
The purpose of this paper is to review and discuss the literature focusing on defining and measuring sentiments so as to understand their role in stock market behavior.
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