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A behavioural approach to corporate finance: A study of the Egyptian and UK markets (2020)
Thesis
ElGebeily, E. A behavioural approach to corporate finance: A study of the Egyptian and UK markets. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/5715851

This thesis empirically investigates the effect of managerial overconfidence bias on investment decisions, stock price crash risk and default risk. Overconfidence is manifested in an exaggerated sense of being attentive only to one’s own information,... Read More about A behavioural approach to corporate finance: A study of the Egyptian and UK markets.

Former Communist party membership and present-day entrepreneurship (2020)
Journal Article
Ivlevs, A., Nikolova, M., & Popova, O. (in press). Former Communist party membership and present-day entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11187-020-00364-6

After the collapse of communism in Central and Eastern Europe, former party members were particularly likely to start businesses and become entrepreneurs. What remains unclear, however, is whether this entrepreneurial activity was driven by the resou... Read More about Former Communist party membership and present-day entrepreneurship.

Business models innovation in investment banks: A resilience perspective (2020)
Journal Article
Ramdani, B., Binsaif, A., Boukrami, E., & Guermat, C. (in press). Business models innovation in investment banks: A resilience perspective. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10490-020-09723-z

© 2020, The Author(s). Firms frequently change their business models in order to respond to internal and external challenges. This study aims to explore how investments banks adjust their business models in response to internal and external challenge... Read More about Business models innovation in investment banks: A resilience perspective.

Are social costs the outcome of struggles over truth (2020)
Journal Article
Berger, S. (2020). Are social costs the outcome of struggles over truth. Journal of Economic Issues, 54(2), 525-534. https://doi.org/10.1080/00213624.2020.1759021

© 2020, © 2020, Journal of Economic Issues / Association for Evolutionary Economics. Abstract: This article critically examines the institutional economics theory of social costs by way of reviewing The Dark Places of Business Enterprise: Reinstating... Read More about Are social costs the outcome of struggles over truth.

The interaction between academia and industry and its impact on national innovation capacity: The case of Algeria (2020)
Journal Article
Saad, M., Guermat, C., & Bourifout, Z. (in press). The interaction between academia and industry and its impact on national innovation capacity: The case of Algeria. Industry and Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1177/0950422220931418

The role of higher education institutions (HEIs) in developing the innovative capacity of societies is well recognised. That role is accomplished through the creation and dissemination of knowledge, the success of which is dependent on the types and... Read More about The interaction between academia and industry and its impact on national innovation capacity: The case of Algeria.

Students’ engagement with eLearning tools: their impact on academic performance (2020)
Working Paper
Hu, Y., Nath, N., Zhu, Y., & Laswad, F. Students’ engagement with eLearning tools: their impact on academic performance

This study examines the effect of synchronous and asynchronous online activities on students’ academic performance. Using student usage data captured in the log files of an adaptive Moodle learning platform, we find students’ total synchronous and as... Read More about Students’ engagement with eLearning tools: their impact on academic performance.

The nature of money in a convertible currency world (2020)
Journal Article
Sissoko, C. (2020). The nature of money in a convertible currency world. Review of Economic Analysis, 12(1),

In a world where the means of exchange is convertible into the numeraire consumption good at a fixed rate, no one wants to hold money over time – and due to convertibility there is no means by which the Friedman rule can generate deflation. This is t... Read More about The nature of money in a convertible currency world.

Uzbekistan’s development experiment: An assessment of Karimov’s peculiar economic legacy (2020)
Journal Article
Ruziev, K. (in press). Uzbekistan’s development experiment: An assessment of Karimov’s peculiar economic legacy. Europe-Asia Studies,

Uzbekistan’s peculiar post-independence experiment with development was led by Islam Karimov until his sudden death in September 2016. Despite defying international advice on structural reforms, under Karimov’s rule, Uzbekistan achieved an average an... Read More about Uzbekistan’s development experiment: An assessment of Karimov’s peculiar economic legacy.

Corporate Social (Ir) responsibility and Corporate Hypocrisy: Warmth, Motive and the Protective Value of Corporate Social Responsibility (2020)
Journal Article
Chen, Z., Hang, H., Pavelin, S., & Porter, L. (in press). Corporate Social (Ir) responsibility and Corporate Hypocrisy: Warmth, Motive and the Protective Value of Corporate Social Responsibility. Business Ethics Quarterly, https://doi.org/10.1017/beq.2019.50

This article examines how a firm’s prior record on corporate social responsibility (CSR) influences individual stakeholders’ perceptions of corporate hypocrisy in the wake of a corporate social irresponsibility (CSI) event. Our research extends extan... Read More about Corporate Social (Ir) responsibility and Corporate Hypocrisy: Warmth, Motive and the Protective Value of Corporate Social Responsibility.

Modern legal practice as the engine of inequality: An essay on Katharina Pistor’s The Code of Capital (2020)
Journal Article
Sissoko, C. (in press). Modern legal practice as the engine of inequality: An essay on Katharina Pistor’s The Code of Capital. Development and Change,

This review essay of Katharina Pistor's Code of Capital summarizes her argument: legal practice is all about the design of capital assets so that their owners' interests are maximized, and so that courts will not stop these owners from taking unfair... Read More about Modern legal practice as the engine of inequality: An essay on Katharina Pistor’s The Code of Capital.

How is income distributed? (2020)
Book Chapter
Michell, J. (2020). How is income distributed?. In Recharting the History of Economic Thought. , (111-130). Macmillan

Can a poetic economy cure evil?: Lessons from the Kapp-Wiechert correspondance (2020)
Book Chapter
Berger, S. (2020). Can a poetic economy cure evil?: Lessons from the Kapp-Wiechert correspondance. In R. Lüfter, I. De Gennaro, & S. Kazmierski (Eds.), Wirtliche Oekonomie - Philosophische und dichterische Quellen. , (177-204). Traugott Bautz Verlag

This article deals with the (socio-economic) causes of evil and potential solutions.

Fear of robots and life satisfaction (2020)
Journal Article
Hinks, T. (in press). Fear of robots and life satisfaction. International Journal of Social Robotics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12369-020-00640-1

The use of robots and in particular next-generation robots in the production of goods and services is increasing. What impact robots are having on people’s quality of life, including workers, is as yet under-explored. This paper provides initial fi... Read More about Fear of robots and life satisfaction.

The age of cheap money and passive investing: Are pro forma earnings value relevant? (2020)
Journal Article
Meier, F. (2020). The age of cheap money and passive investing: Are pro forma earnings value relevant?. Journal of Finance and Investment Analysis, 9(2), 1-35

This study investigates the impact of pro forma earnings on stock misvaluation. In light of a decade of substantial changes in the market and investment environment since 2008 that are challenging the traditional primacy of accounting disclosures for... Read More about The age of cheap money and passive investing: Are pro forma earnings value relevant?.


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