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Issue 2 2018 Systemic Risk and the Organization of the Financial System
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Issue 1 2015 The Global Financial Crisis: A Retrospective Look
Issue 4 2011 International comparisons of financial policies and their interactions
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Issue 1 2011 Homeownership Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
This study mathematically aims to evaluate the implications of a central bank’s adoption of a policy of quantitative easing (QE)/relative QE.
The purpose of this paper is to examine whether remittances induce inflation in South Asian countries, namely, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The government spending multiplier in Latin American countries: Does the institutional environment matter?Rafael Acevedo, Jose U. Mora, Andrew T. Young
Mora and Acevedo (2019) report that the government spending multipliers in Latin American countries are notably higher than what is typically reported for developed…
This paper aims to study the determinants of the sovereign debt ratings provided by the 3 main rating agencies for 32 European countries. It verifies the clusters of…
This paper aims to examine the impact of commodity price changes (crude oil, cocoa, coffee, cotton and gold) on the international market on development (development…
A tale of the financial inclusion-growth nexus and the degree of financial inclusion: a dynamic panel approach on selected developing countriesBiplob Kumar Nandi, Gazi Quamrul Hasan, Md. Humayun Kabir
This study aims to examine the impact of financial inclusion on per capita gross domestic product (GDP) at varying degrees of financial inclusion for a sample of 76…
The purpose of this paper is to examine the short-run monetary policy response to five different types of natural disasters (geophysical, meteorological, hydrological…
Dividend policy, earnings management and the moderating effect of corporate governance in the French contextOlfa Ben Salah, Anis Jarboui
The purpose of this paper is to examine the moderating effect of corporate governance on the impact of earnings management on dividend policy.
This paper aims to investigate the moderating role of government policy interventions amid the early spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) (January–May 2020) on the…
Foreign bank and banking stability in Africa: Does strong and weak corporate governance systems under different regulatory regimes matter?Baah Aye Kusi, Elikplimi Komla Agbloyor, Asongu Anutechia Simplice, Joshua Abor
The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of foreign bank assets (FBA) and (FBP) presence is examined on banking stability in the economies with strong and weak…
The purpose of this paper is to present a comprehensive framework for assisting lending banks in their current expected credit losses (CECL) forthcoming computations.
This study aims to examine the significance of public/political corruption; trade tax revenue (import and export) on tax evasion in a group of 140 countries for the period…
This study aims to address the fundamental question on how the major players in the economy dynamically interact with each other: among the central bank, the investors in…
What information do members of Congress (politicians) use when they trade stocks? The purpose of this paper is to attempt to answer this question by investigating the…
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the interlinkages among four major stock markets in Latin America, i.e., those in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico, as well…
Deferred annuities, which offer longevity insurance with relatively low premiums, are a potential payout option in defined contribution (DC) pension plans in Japan. This…
Lower reversal limit of the European Central Bank deposit rate and sustainability of traditional banking business modelMariya Gubareva
The purpose of this paper is to present an empirical analysis of the European Central Bank (ECB) deposit rate dynamics during 2014–2020, attempting to answer how deep…
Based on 9,281 firm-level survey data on micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in India, this study aims to investigate how access to different finance sources and…
This paper aims to provide investors’ views on financing costs and barriers to entry into the electricity generation sector, with a focus on investors’ views on potential…
Bank stockholders’ vs bank bondholders’ market discipline during crisis time: an investigation based on supervisory stress test information disclosureMoustapha Daouda Dala
This paper aims to investigate how stockholders and bondholders react to the information disclosed on the financial markets during crisis periods. This paper considers the…
Relying on an international panel data set, the purpose of this paper is to quantify the economic impact of labor unionization on corporate financial performance.
Extending on the resource-seeking foreign direct investment (FDI) hypothesis, this paper aims to uncover the potential relationship between financial and non-financial…
This paper aims to analytically show that in an over-lapping-generation (OLG) model, low earning cohorts bear unwanted risk and absorb higher economic cost than high…
The relationship between financial development and effectiveness of monetary policy: new evidence from ASEAN-3 countriesZulkefly Abdul Karim, Danie Eirieswanty Kamal Basa, Bakri Abdul Karim
This paper aims to investigate the relationship between financial development (FD) and monetary policy effectiveness (MPE) on output and inflation in ASEAN-3 countries…
Does the degree of debt obligations owed by a state’s pension plan affect a resident household’s utility?Leobardo Diosdado, Donald Lacombe
The objective of this paper is to examine whether the financial satisfaction (FS) of a state’s residents is affected by the funding ratio of the state’s public pension.
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