Category:Accounting and Finance
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Issue 1 2020 Thaler's Nobel prize: the evolution of behavioral finance
Issue 2 2012 Behavioural finance the role of psychological factors in financial decisions
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Issue 1/2 2009
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on stock market liquidity, while taking into account the depth and…
Effect of location on access to finance: international evidence on the moderating role of employee trainingMukhammadfoik Bakhadirov, Zakir Pashayev, Omar Farooq
The paper answers the following questions: (1) Do firms located in rural areas experience greater problems in accessing financial services? (2) If this is the case, what…
This paper attempts to identify the biases in decision-making of individual investors. The paper aims to develop and validate a higher-order behavioral biases scale.
In the era of big data investors deal every day with a huge flow of information. Given a model populated by economic agents with limited computational capacity, the paper…
In this paper, we study the effect of induced positive and negative moods on traders' willingness to trade (pay and accept) in experimental asset markets.
The present study looks into the mimicking behaviour in both normal and asymmetric scenarios. It, then, considers the contagion between the USA and the BRICS stock…
Herd behavior has been studied herein and tested based on primary respondents from Indian markets.
This paper examines how sophisticated and better-informed investors, such as short sellers, trade on information along the supply chain. Given the economic linkages…
The present study attempts to analyze if personal values, namely collectivism, materialism and environment attitude, have an impact on attitude to invest in socially…
This paper examines the effect of financial self-efficacy and financial behaviour on financial well-being and ascertains whether financial well-being affects an…
Is there persistence among non-professionals? Evidence from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Group Trading ChallengesOmid Sabbaghi, Min Xu
The study systematically investigates persistence in performance for simulated trading among non-professional traders in the futures market.
Using data for the period 1965–2016, we investigate whether there are systematic differences between the investment performance of Black fund managers and those of other…
The objective was to increase earnings of the city of Prievidza from waste disposal fee by proactive communication – reminder (a letter) and leaflets with targeted…
This paper evaluates potential methods for reducing ambiguity surrounding returns on equity to improve long-term savings decisions.
This paper proposes and models stock loan lotteries, a financial innovation that improves individual investor welfare. Stock loan lotteries are prize-linked payoffs using…
Determinants of heterogeneity in investors' opinions on IPO valuation: evidence from the Pakistan stock marketWaqas Mehmood, Rasidah Mohd-Rashid, Norliza Che-Yahya, Chui Zi Ong
This study investigated the effect of pricing mechanism and oversubscription on the heterogeneity of investors' opinions on initial public offering (IPO) valuation.
A test of the association between the initial surge in COVID-19 cases and subsequent changes in financial risk toleranceWookjae Heo, John E. Grable, Abed G. Rabbani
The purpose of this paper is to provide an estimate of the degree to which financial risk tolerance changed in relation to the initial surge of COVID-19 cases in the US.
Simulation of the effect of COVID-19 outbreak on the development of branchless banking in Iran: case study of Resalat Qard–al-Hasan BankVahid Shahabi, Adel Azar, Farshad Faezy Razi, Mir Feyz Fallah Shams
COVID-19 has become a global challenge with a significant rate of prevalence, and it has exerted devastating consequences in epidemic, economic and social terms…
Is household registration system responsible for the limited participation of stock market in China?Yulin Liu, Min Zhang
This paper aims to examine the effect of China’s unique household registration system (hukou) on stock market participation.
In this study, it is investigated whether narcissistic tendencies can predict financial literacy overconfidence.
This study investigates factors contributing to residential mortgage loans default by utilizing a unique dataset of borrowers' default data from one of the pioneer lending…
This article aims to verify if there are detectable barriers in price levels that are understood to be psychologically important (psychological barriers) in a set of…
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of demographical factors (age, education and income); psychological factors which are future time perspective (FTP) and…
In this work, the authors conduct an online survey to evaluate how Sensation Seeking and Overconfidence influences the transaction volume of day traders in Brazil.
Previous studies have found that trusting and sociable individuals are more likely to participate in the stock market and hold risky assets. The purpose of this paper is…
The study examines the cross-sectional and asymmetric relationship of investor sentiment with the stock returns and volatility in India.
Since May 2016, small firms have been able to issue debt and equity securities in accordance with the Securities and Exchange Commission's “Regulation Crowdfunding”. This…
Our study focuses on analyzing the trading behaviour of the investors who invest in these currencies to review their trading patterns which may help us to understand the…
This meta-analysis reviews and summarizes the results of 34 studies to investigate the relationship between overconfidence and financial decision-making.
The purpose of this paper is to investigate how social comparison and motivation to compete account for elevated risk-taking in fund management corroborated by asset…
The influence of Google search index on stock markets: an analysis of causality in-mean and varianceMariano Gonzalez Sanchez
This empirical work studies the influence of investors’ Internet searches on financial markets.
The purpose of this paper is to study the relationship between financial risk-taking and trait emotional intelligence (EI).
The purpose of this study is to examine the potential and cost of policy incentives for individuals to defer public pension (social security) claims.
This paper explores how firms formed their expectations about the availability of bank finance since the financial crisis. Various expectations hypotheses that incorporate…
The purpose of this paper is to propose a novel and new direct measurement of small investor sentiment in the equity market. The sentiment is based on the individual…
Online date, start – end:2009
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Professor Gulnur Muradoglu
- Professor Robert Hudson