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Corruption and SME Growth: The Role of Institutional Networking and Financial Slack
(Cambridge University Press, 2021-02-10)
In this study, we investigate the mediating effect of institutional networking on the relationship between perceived corruption and the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). We also examine the moderating ...
Corporate governance pillars and business sustainability: does stakeholder engagement matter?
This study extends the existing work on corporate governance and business sustainability by exploring corporate governance pillars comprising board functions, structure, strategy, compensation and shareholder rights utilizing ...
Are bonds blind? Board-CEO social networks and firm risk
We examine the impact of social networks between independent directors and the CEO on firm risk. Employing the deaths and retirements of socially connected independent directors and the passage of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley ...
International tail risk connectedness: Network and determinants
We construct a complete network of directional tail risk connectedness for 32 countries within a Least Absolute Shrinkage and Selection Operator (LASSO) Quantile Regression framework. In addition to highlighting the network’s ...
Interbank funding, bank risk exposure and performance in the UK: a three-stage network DEA approach
Operating on unsecured interbank markets exposes banks to various risks which trigger changes in bank strategic outcomes such as risk management and performance. This paper proposes a novel three-stage network data envelopment ...
The different dimensions of sustainability and bank performance: Evidence from the EU and the USA
This paper looks at four different dimensions of sustainability and examines their effects on bank performance in the United States of America and the European Union. Content analysis is applied to a sample of 483 reports ...