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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. (2019). Spatial Scale and Product Mix Economies in U.S. Banking with Simultaneous Spillover Regimes. European journal of operational research, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2019.12.036

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) economies. We extend... 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.

Enterprise risk management and firm performance: Role of the risk committee (2019)
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Malik, M. F., Zaman, M., & Buckby, S. (2020). Enterprise risk management and firm performance: Role of the risk committee. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, 16(1), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcae.2019.100178

In recent years, there have been increasing efforts in the corporate world to invest in risk management and governance processes. In this paper, we examine the impact of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) on firm performance by examining whether firm p... Read More about Enterprise risk management and firm performance: Role of the risk committee.

Learning in and from projects: The learning modes and a learning capability model (2019)
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Eltigani, A., Paul, G., Richard, K., Terry, W., Ou, L., & Calabrese, A. (in press). Learning in and from projects: The learning modes and a learning capability model. Production planning & control, https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1690175

The notion of ‘project delivery’ is well embedded in and across the management and organisational sciences literature – generating a narrative that reflects and recognises the instrumental nature of projects and programmes in strategy execution. Pro... Read More about Learning in and from projects: The learning modes and a learning capability model.

A note on the Gao et al. (2019) uniform mixture model in the case of regression (2019)
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Tsionas, M. G., & Andrikopoulos, A. (in press). A note on the Gao et al. (2019) uniform mixture model in the case of regression. Annals of Operations Research, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-019-03475-w

We extend the uniform mixture model of Gao et al. (Ann Oper Res, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-019-03236-9) to the case of linear regression. Gao et al. (Ann Oper Res, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-019-03236-9) proposed that to charac... Read More about A note on the Gao et al. (2019) uniform mixture model in the case of regression.

‘The play’s the thing’: A creative collaboration to investigate lived experiences in an urban community garden (2019)
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Black, Y. (in press). ‘The play’s the thing’: A creative collaboration to investigate lived experiences in an urban community garden. Management Learning, https://doi.org/10.1177/1350507619886209

Presenting the backstage story of a non-traditional qualitative research project, I illustrate how a creative approach can stimulate participant dialogue and encourage researcher reflexivity. Working with an award-winning playwright and the staff and... Read More about ‘The play’s the thing’: A creative collaboration to investigate lived experiences in an urban community garden.

Determinants of hedge fund performance during ‘good’ and ‘bad’ economic periods (2019)
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Stafylas, D., & Andrikopoulos, A. (2020). Determinants of hedge fund performance during ‘good’ and ‘bad’ economic periods. Research in international business and finance, 52, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ribaf.2019.101130

We analyse the drivers of hedge fund performance, focusing simultaneously on fund size, age, lockup period, fund strategies, business cycles and different market conditions, dealing with the omitted variable bias. We use exogenous break points and a... Read More about Determinants of hedge fund performance during ‘good’ and ‘bad’ economic periods.

Stakeholder identification and engagement in problem structuring interventions (2019)
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Gregory, A., Atkins, J., Midgley, G., & Hodgson, A. (2020). Stakeholder identification and engagement in problem structuring interventions. European journal of operational research, 283, 321-340. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2019.10.044

This paper addresses the under-researched issue of stakeholder identification and engagement in problem structuring interventions. A concise framework to aid critical reflection in the design and reporting of stakeholder identification and engagement... Read More about Stakeholder identification and engagement in problem structuring interventions.

Overnight momentum, informational shocks, and late informed trading in China (2019)
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Gao, Y., Han, X., Li, Y., & Xiong, X. (2019). Overnight momentum, informational shocks, and late informed trading in China. International review of financial analysis, 101394. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.irfa.2019.101394

Based on high-frequency firm-level data, this paper uncovers new empirical patterns on intraday momentum in China. First, there exists a strong intraday momentum effect at the firm level. Second, the intraday predictability stems mainly from the over... Read More about Overnight momentum, informational shocks, and late informed trading in China.

Participative co-creation of archaeological heritage: Case insights on creative tourism in Alentejo, Portugal (2019)
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Ross, D., & Saxena, G. (2019). Participative co-creation of archaeological heritage: Case insights on creative tourism in Alentejo, Portugal. Annals of Tourism Research, 79, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2019.102790

This paper focuses on the creative ingenuity of tourism providers in storying and providing varied readings of archaeological sites that have been physically lost. In conceptualising providers' efforts in mobilising (in)tangible aspects of archaeolog... Read More about Participative co-creation of archaeological heritage: Case insights on creative tourism in Alentejo, Portugal.

‘Freedom Through Marketing’ Is Not Doublespeak (2019)
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Shabbir, H., Hyman, M., Dean, D., & Dahl, S. (in press). ‘Freedom Through Marketing’ Is Not Doublespeak. Journal of business ethics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-019-04281-x

The articles comprising this thematic symposium suggest options for exploring the nexus between freedom and unfreedom, as exemplified by the British abolitionists' anti-slavery campaign and the paradox of freedom. Each article has implications for ho... Read More about ‘Freedom Through Marketing’ Is Not Doublespeak.

Federal tax policies, congressional voting, and natural resources (2019)
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Perez-Sebastian, F., & Raveh, O. (2019). Federal tax policies, congressional voting, and natural resources. Canadian Journal of Economics / Revue Canadienne d'Économique, 52(3), 1112-1164. https://doi.org/10.1111/caje.12404

Can abundance of natural resources affect legislators' voting behavior over federal tax policies? We construct a political economy model of a federalized economy with district heterogeneity in natural resource abundance. The model shows that represen... Read More about Federal tax policies, congressional voting, and natural resources.

A fractional cointegration VAR analysis of Islamic stocks: A global perspective (2019)
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Salisu, A. A., Ndako, U. B., Adediran, I. A., & Swaray, R. (2019). A fractional cointegration VAR analysis of Islamic stocks: A global perspective. North American journal of economics and finance, 101056. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.najef.2019.101056

In this study, we analyse the behaviour of Islamic stocks from a global perspective covering an array of regional Islamic stock markets. Both the fractional integration and fractional cointegration techniques are employed. Thus, we are able to establ... Read More about A fractional cointegration VAR analysis of Islamic stocks: A global perspective.

Knowledge retention in ERP implementations: the context of UK SMEs (2019)
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Jayawickrama, U., Liu, S., Smith, M. H., Akhtar, P., Mamoon, M., & Bashir, A. (2019). Knowledge retention in ERP implementations: the context of UK SMEs. Production planning & control, 30(10-12), 1032-1047. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1582107

Knowledge retention (k-retention) is vital for various enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), though it is a highly demanding and challenging task. The aim of this paper is to investigate diff... Read More about Knowledge retention in ERP implementations: the context of UK SMEs.

Soft side of knowledge transfer partnership between universities and small to medium enterprises: an exploratory study to understand process improvement (2019)
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White, G., Cicmil, S., Upadhyay, A., Subramanian, N., Kumar, V., & Dwivedi, A. (2019). Soft side of knowledge transfer partnership between universities and small to medium enterprises: an exploratory study to understand process improvement. Production planning & control, 30(10-12), 907-918. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1582098

The study explores the soft side of knowledge transfer partnerships between universities and small to medium enterprises (SMEs), a topic which is often neglected in the knowledge management literature. The aim of this paper is to uncover the issues w... Read More about Soft side of knowledge transfer partnership between universities and small to medium enterprises: an exploratory study to understand process improvement.

Trust throughput modeling pathways (2019)
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Rodgers, W. (2019). Trust throughput modeling pathways. Nova Science Publishers

To most individuals, “trust” can be viewed as a knowledge asset that may add, or rest, value to the company. The role of knowledge in achieving a judicious advantage is becoming an increasingly important issue with individuals and organizations. Trus... Read More about Trust throughput modeling pathways.

The BRI and Sino-Indian geo-economic competition in Bangladesh: Coping strategy of a small state (2019)
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Chakma, B. (2019). The BRI and Sino-Indian geo-economic competition in Bangladesh: Coping strategy of a small state. Strategic Analysis, 43(3), 227-239. https://doi.org/10.1080/09700161.2019.1599567

This article explains the Sino-Indian geo-economic competition in Bangladesh in the wake of the former’s launching of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in 2013. Beijing intends to fund various large-scale infrastructure projects in Bangladesh under... Read More about The BRI and Sino-Indian geo-economic competition in Bangladesh: Coping strategy of a small state.

Economic Simulation of Cryptocurrencies and Their Control Mechanisms (2019)
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Mainelli, M. R., Leitch, M., & Demetis, D. (2019). Economic Simulation of Cryptocurrencies and Their Control Mechanisms. Ledger, 4, 48-67. https://doi.org/10.5915/LEDGER.2019.130

A cryptocurrency needs a relatively stable value if it is to fulfill the traditional functions of money and be useful as a currency. To achieve this, controls are needed within the ecosystem of the cryptocurrency. Although a simulation cannot predict... Read More about Economic Simulation of Cryptocurrencies and Their Control Mechanisms.