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CEOs' market sentiment and corporate innovation: the role of financial uncertainty, competition and capital intensity
Using panel data of 4,225 firms headquartered in the US, we examine the effects of CEOs’ market sentiment on corporate innovation capacity. We also examine the extent to which sentiment-innovation relation is moderated by: ...
Technological progress, non-price factors competitiveness, and changes in trade income elasticities: empirical evidence from South Korea and Hong Kong
(European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention, 2020-09-01)
In the balance-of-payments-constrained growth model literature, income elasticities (IEs) are considered as the crucial element determining a country’s long-run growth rate. Although the extant literature accepts that ...
Global liquidity, market sentiment, and financial stability indices
This paper investigates the determinants of global liquidity, measured using BIS data on cross-border claims of banks (bank flows) in a sample of 149 countries. The main contribution of our paper is in identifying the ...
Global liquidity and capital flow regulations
After the Global Financial Crisis, the usage of capital controls and macroprudential policies has returned and becomes an essential element of the policy paradigm in different countries. However, our knowledge on the ...
Mandatory Disclosure, Greenhouse Gas Emissions and the Cost of Equity Capital: UK Evidence of a U-shaped Relationship
This paper examines the effects of disclosing greenhouse gas (GHG) information mandatorily on the cost of equity capital (COC) using a longitudinal unbalanced panel database of the UK’s FTSE 350 firms for the period 2011 ...
Credit Rating, Banks' Capital Structure and Speed of Adjustment: A Cross-Country Analysis
Recent studies examining the effects of a credit rating on firms’ capital structure and adjustment of capital structure to target have focused predominantly on non-financial firms, with virtually no attention given to ...
Board gender diversity and firm performance: The UK evidence
This paper examines the relationship between gender diversity, selected female attributes and financial performance of FTSE 100 firms in the UK. Drawing on critical mass theory by measuring gender diversity as levels of ...
European Union and the utilisation of GSP from importer's perspective with special reference to Lesser Developed economies
(Academy of Business and Retail Management, 2016-07)
Auditing in the time of social distancing: The effect of COVID-19 on auditing quality
Purpose: Our paper aims to discuss the theoretical impact of Covid-19 social distancing outbreak on audit quality. Design/methodology/approach: Our paper uses a desk study method to explore the possible impact of COVID-19 ...
Is corporate environmental disclosure associated with firm value? A multi-country study of Gulf Cooperation Council firms
Several studies have found a relationship between corporate social and environmental disclosure and firm value or accounting profitability. Where environmental disclosure has been the focus, though, only single-country ...