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Seventeen Pieces: Displacement, Misplacement and Conservation (2020)
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Merali, Y., Mourad, K., & Ghanem, M. (in press). Seventeen Pieces: Displacement, Misplacement and Conservation. New England Journal of Public Policy, 32(2),

This article explores the systemic importance of art in the conservation of images, historical reference, and cultural meaning as displaced victims of humanitarian crises make the transition from the land of their birth to a new country with a differ... Read More about Seventeen Pieces: Displacement, Misplacement and Conservation.

Coordination and collaboration for humanitarian operational excellence : big data and modern information processing systems (2020)
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Akhtar, P., Osburg, V., Kabra, G., Ullah, S., Shabbir, H., & Kumari, S. (in press). Coordination and collaboration for humanitarian operational excellence : big data and modern information processing systems. Production planning & control, https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2020.1834126

Humanitarian operational excellence depends on effective coordination and collaboration not only between supply chain partners but also among other actors such as host government, local and international non-government organizations (NGOs), and donor... Read More about Coordination and collaboration for humanitarian operational excellence : big data and modern information processing systems.

Does corruption matter for stock markets? The role of heterogeneous institutions (2020)
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Lakshmi, G., Saha, S., & Bhattarai, K. (2021). Does corruption matter for stock markets? The role of heterogeneous institutions. Economic modelling, 94, 386-400. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2020.10.011

In examining the role of institutions in resisting corruption and its impact on growth, most studies concentrate on the aggregate level and conclude that sound institutions enhance growth. We focus instead on varying dimensions of heterogeneous insti... Read More about Does corruption matter for stock markets? The role of heterogeneous institutions.

Are global spillovers complementary or competitive? Need for international policy coordination (2020)
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Mallick, S. K., Bhattarai, K., Mallick, S., & Yang, B. (2021). Are global spillovers complementary or competitive? Need for international policy coordination. Journal of International Money and Finance, 110, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jimonfin.2020.102291

© 2020 Elsevier Ltd Advanced and emerging economies are becoming more interdependent with rapid pace of globalization of capital markets and technological innovations in recent years. We examine whether technology and monetary policy shocks get trans... Read More about Are global spillovers complementary or competitive? Need for international policy coordination.

Stewardship of personal data on social networking sites (2020)
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Angelopoulos, S., Brown, M., McAuley, D., Merali, Y., Mortier, R., & Price, D. (2021). Stewardship of personal data on social networking sites. International journal of information management, 56, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2020.102208

ABSTRACT The extant Information Management literature highlights the asymmetric distribution of power between users and online platforms, while the issues related to the stewardship of personal data on such platforms remain problematic and largely u... Read More about Stewardship of personal data on social networking sites.

Normative practices, narrative fallacies? International reinsurance and its history (2020)
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Pearson, R. (in press). Normative practices, narrative fallacies? International reinsurance and its history. Business history, https://doi.org/10.1080/00076791.2020.1808885

Reinsurance is often characterised as a business built on personal relationships, goodwill and mutual trust. However, at different times in its history observers have warned that technological and other changes threaten the survival of normative prac... Read More about Normative practices, narrative fallacies? International reinsurance and its history.

Is “Three” a lucky number? Exchange-rate exposure in a “Rule of Three” model (2020)
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Andrikopoulos, A., & Dassiou, X. (2020). Is “Three” a lucky number? Exchange-rate exposure in a “Rule of Three” model. Journal of business research, 121, 85-92. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2020.08.008

We examine exchange-rate exposure in an international model of differentiated goods using the frequently encountered in international markets “Rule of Three” (RoT) market structure that allows both within and between countries competition. In a stati... Read More about Is “Three” a lucky number? Exchange-rate exposure in a “Rule of Three” model.

Comparisons of deposit types and implications of the financial crisis: Evidence for U.S. banks (2020)
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Glass, A. J., Glass, A. J., Kenjegaliev, A., & Kenjegalieva, K. (in press). Comparisons of deposit types and implications of the financial crisis: Evidence for U.S. banks. International journal of finance & economics : IJFE, https://doi.org/10.1002/ijfe.2172

This paper makes three diverse contributions. First, whereas the extant literature estimates a single elasticity of substitution/complementarity from an input distance function, we calculate a range of elasticities. Second, we make a substantive cont... Read More about Comparisons of deposit types and implications of the financial crisis: Evidence for U.S. banks.

Should a retailer sell its own extended warranties or resell those from the manufacturer when confronting supplier encroachment? (2020)
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Chai, J., Li, H., Yan, W., & Li, Y. (in press). Should a retailer sell its own extended warranties or resell those from the manufacturer when confronting supplier encroachment?. Journal of the Operational Research Society, https://doi.org/10.1080/01605682.2020.1759383

Due to fierce competition in the product market under conditions of supplier encroachment, many brand name retailers, including Sears, Best Buy, and Circuit City, depend on the extended warranty contracts that they sell along with the products. The d... Read More about Should a retailer sell its own extended warranties or resell those from the manufacturer when confronting supplier encroachment?.

Investor Overconfidence and the Security Market Line: New Evidence from China (2020)
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Han, X., Li, K., & Li, Y. (2020). Investor Overconfidence and the Security Market Line: New Evidence from China. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 117, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jedc.2020.103961

This paper documents a highly downward-sloping security market line (SML) in China, which is more puzzling than the typical “flattened” SML in the US, and does not reconcile with existing theories of the low-beta anomaly. We show that investor overco... Read More about Investor Overconfidence and the Security Market Line: New Evidence from China.

Market frictions and the geographical location of global stock exchanges. Evidence from the S&P Global Index (2020)
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Hudson, R., & Gregoriou, A. (in press). Market frictions and the geographical location of global stock exchanges. Evidence from the S&P Global Index. Journal of Economic Studies, https://doi.org/10.1108/JES-03-2020-0091

We examine the impact of trading costs on investor average holding periods for the S&P global 1200 index. We report overwhelming evidence that global equity indices cannot be pooled. When we differentiate between stock indices based on their geograph... Read More about Market frictions and the geographical location of global stock exchanges. Evidence from the S&P Global Index.

Systemic evaluation of community environmental management programmes (2020)
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Foote, J., Ahuriri-Driscoll, A., Hepi, M., Foote, J., Midgley, G., Ahuriri-Driscoll, A., …Earl-Goulet, J. (2021). Systemic evaluation of community environmental management programmes. European journal of operational research, 288(1), 207-224. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2020.05.019

© 2020 Elsevier B.V. Community environmental management (CEM) involves the facilitation of community partnerships, local dialogue, consultation and participative decision-making. This is increasingly seen as a solution to some of the more complex env... Read More about Systemic evaluation of community environmental management programmes.

The effects of board structure on corporate performance: Evidence from East African frontier markets (2020)
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Guney, Y., Karpuz, A., & Komba, G. (2020). The effects of board structure on corporate performance: Evidence from East African frontier markets. Research in international business and finance, 53, 101222. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ribaf.2020.101222

The effectiveness of the well-known corporate governance practices may not be universal due to fundamental differences in the environments under which firms operate. By using hand-collected data from all the non-financial firms listed on the unexplor... Read More about The effects of board structure on corporate performance: Evidence from East African frontier markets.

Constitution, Institutions and A Model for Economic Development in Nepal (2020)
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Bhattarai, K. (2020). Constitution, Institutions and A Model for Economic Development in Nepal. Asian Journal of Economics and Finance, 2(2), 119-151

Nepal made significant progress in removing monarchy and terrors of Maoists in the last decade. It however lacks a stable solution for speedier economic growth and development as the major political parties are still struggling to institutionalize th... Read More about Constitution, Institutions and A Model for Economic Development in Nepal.

A supply chain practice-based view of enablers, inhibitors and benefits for environmental supply chain performance measurement (2020)
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Shaw, S., Grant, D. B., & Mangan, J. (in press). A supply chain practice-based view of enablers, inhibitors and benefits for environmental supply chain performance measurement. Production planning & control, https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2020.1737977

Organisations face ever increasing pressure to deliver triple-bottom-line performance results in their supply chains. Yet despite the importance and complexity associated with environmental supply chain performance measurement (ESCPM), organisations... Read More about A supply chain practice-based view of enablers, inhibitors and benefits for environmental supply chain performance measurement.

An empirical study of the cross market efficiency of the index options market: A case study from the Italian derivatives market (2020)
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Hudson, R., & El Kalak, I. (2020). An empirical study of the cross market efficiency of the index options market: A case study from the Italian derivatives market. Review of accounting & finance, https://doi.org/10.1108/RAF-11-2016-0184

© 2020, Emerald Publishing Limited. Purpose: This study aims to examine the cross-market efficiency of the FTSE/MIB index options contracts traded on the Italian derivatives market (IDEM) during a period including the financial crisis between 1st Oct... Read More about An empirical study of the cross market efficiency of the index options market: A case study from the Italian derivatives market.

Spatial scale and product mix economies in U.S. banking with simultaneous spillover regimes (2019)
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Glass, A. J., Kenjegaliev, A., & Kenjegalieva, K. (2020). Spatial scale and product mix economies in U.S. banking with simultaneous spillover regimes. European journal of operational research, 284(2), 693-711. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2019.12.036

© 2019 Elsevier B.V. The literature on bank scale economies focuses on the familiar type of returns to scale that are internal to the firm. Using a spatial approach, we analyze returns to scale for banks that are made up of external (i.e., spillover)... Read More about Spatial scale and product mix economies in U.S. banking with simultaneous spillover regimes.

Intraday time-series momentum: Evidence from China (2019)
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Jin, M., Kearney, F., Li, Y., & Yang, Y. C. (in press). Intraday time-series momentum: Evidence from China. Journal of Futures Markets, https://doi.org/10.1002/fut.22084

This study conducts an investigation of intraday time‐series momentum across four Chinese commodity futures contracts: copper, steel, soybean, and soybean meal. Our results indicate that the first half‐hour return positively predicts the last half‐ho... Read More about Intraday time-series momentum: Evidence from China.

The effects of ownership structure, sub-optimal cash holdings and investment inefficiency on dividend policy: evidence from Indonesia (2019)
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Moin, A., Guney, Y., & El Kalak, I. (2020). The effects of ownership structure, sub-optimal cash holdings and investment inefficiency on dividend policy: evidence from Indonesia. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11156-019-00862-z

We investigate how a firm's decision to hold excessive cash or to overinvest could influence its dividend payout policy in Indonesia. Additionally, we examine the association between corporate ownership structure and cash dividends. Using a data set... Read More about The effects of ownership structure, sub-optimal cash holdings and investment inefficiency on dividend policy: evidence from Indonesia.