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  • Relative Compensation and Forced CEO Turnover

Shahbaz Sheikh – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2017 – Vol 14 N°1, 1-28

  • The Dynamics of Market Efficiency: Testing the Random Walk Hypothesis in South Africa

Dr. Yudhvir Seetharam, Prof. Christ Auret, Prof. Turgay Celik – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2017 – Vol 14 N°1, 29-69

  • Psychological Barriers at Round Numbers in Single Stock Prices: Evidence from Three Developed Markets

Júlio Lobão, João Fernandes  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2017 – Vol 14 N°1, 70-111

  • Asymmetries in Yield Curves: Some Empirical Evidence from Ghana

Bernard Njindan Iyke – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2017 – Vol 14 N°1, 112-136

  • Dividends and Stock Prices: A Fresh Look at the Relationship

Dilip K. Ghosh, Dipasri Ghosh, Arum J Prakash – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2016 –  Vol 13 N°2, 1-18

  • Transitory and Permanent Volatility Components in the Main US ETF Markets: An Empirical Analysis

Chi-Hui Wang, Chia-Hsing Huang, Prasad Padmanabhan – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2016 – Vol 13 N°2, 19-40

  • Improving Exchange Rate Forecasting with a Kalman Filter: Using Less Information to Obtain Better Forecasts

Ulrich Haskamp – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2016 – Vol 13 N°2, 41-73

  • Predicting South African Equity Premium using Domestic and Global Economic Policy Uncertainty Indices: Evidence from a Bayesian Graphical Model

Mehmet Balcilar, Rangan Gupta, Mampho P. Modise, John W. Muteba Mwamba – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2016 – Vol 13 N°2, 74-105

  • Military Spending and Economic Growth: Evidence from the Southern African Development Community

Mduduzi Biyase, Talent Zwane – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2016 – Vol 13 N°2, 106-122

  • Is a Necessary Good Necessarily an Inferior Good? Slutsky Equation is Re-examined

Dilip K. Ghosh, Hamid E. Ali, Dipasri Ghosh – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – May 2016 – Vol 13 N°1, 1-9

  • South African Stock Returns Predictability using Domestic and Global Economic Policy Uncertainty: Evidence from a Nonparametric Causality-in-Quantiles Approach

Mehmet Balcilar, Rangan Gupta, Clement Kyei – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – May 2016 – Vol 13 N°1, 10-37

  • Fiscal Performance, Liberalization and External Debt in Ghana

William Gabriel Brafu-Insaidoo – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – May 2016 – Vol 13 N°1, 38-76

  • Firm Organizational Environment and The Effect of Options Based Compensation Incentives on Accrual Earnings Management

Yacine Belghitar, Ephraim Clark – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2015 – Vol 12 N°2, – 1-29

  • Mean-Variance and Stochastic Dominance Analysis of Global Exchange-Traded Funds

Zhen-Zhen Zhu, Wing-Keung Wong, Kok Fai Phoon – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2015 – Vol 12 N°2, – 30-55

  • Real Estate Market and Uncertainty Shocks :A Novel Variance Causality Approach

Ahdi Noomen, AjmiVassilios Babalos, Fotini Economou, Rangan Gupta – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2015 –  Vol 12 N°2, 56-85

  • Gearing of Chinese Listed Companies

Dimitrios I. Vortelinos, Geeta Lakshmi, Lin Ya –  Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2015 – Vol 12 N°2, 86-126

  • How Does a Firm’s Capital Structure Affect Stock Performance ?

Roberta Adami, Orla Gough, Gülnur Muradoğlu, Sheeja Sivaprasad– Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2015 Vol 12 N°1, 1-31

  • Use of Evolutionary Algorithm in the Investment Project Evaluation 

Hasan Durucasu, Elif Acar– Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2015 Vol 12 N°1, 32-50

  • Average Tax Rates and Economic Growth : A NonLinear Causality Investigation for the USA

Stella Karagianni, Maria Pempetzoglou, Anastasios Saraidaris  Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2015 – Vol 12 N°1, 51-59

  • A Quasi-IRR for a Project without IRR 

F. Pressacco, C.A. Magni, P. Stucchi – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2014 – Vol 11 N°2, 1-23

  • Irrationality of Macroeconomic Forecasts and Behavioral Characteristics of Forecasters

Paulina Ziembińska – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2014 – Vol 11 N°2, 24-40

  • The Study of the Spillover and Leverage Effects of Financial Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)

Jo-Hui, Chen, Maya Malinda –  Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2014 – Vol 11 N°2, 41-59

  • GAAP Influence on Bid-Ask Spreads and Share Turnovers

Deborah A. Corbin –  Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2014 – Vol 11 N°2, 60-77

  • Sources of Momentum Returns: A Decomposition of the Explained and the Unexplained Risk Factors

Sirajum M. Sarwar  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2014 – Vol 11 N°2, 78-118

  • Quasi Maximum Likelihood Inference for Stochastic Volatility Models

Maddalena Cavicchioli –  Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2014 – Vol 11 N°1, 1-24

  • A Mathematical Resurgence of Risk Management: an Extreme Modeling of Expert Opinions

Dominique Guégan, Bertrand K. Hassani – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2014 –

  • Stock Market Reaction to Debt-Based Securities : Empirical Evidence

Mohammad Elian, Tai Young-Taft – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2014 – Vol 11 N°1, 46 – 72

  • Causality between Economic Policy Uncertainty across Countries :Evidence from Linear and Nonlinear Tests

Ahdi N. Ajmi, Rangan Gupta, Patrick T. Kanda – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2014 – Vol 11 N°1, 73 – 102

  • Increase in Cash Holdings: Pervasive or Sector-Specific?

Laurence Booth, Jun Zhou – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2013 – Vol 10 N°2, 1-30

  • Corporate Debt and Equity: Another Look at their Determinants

Ralph Palliam, Wafaa Sbeiti, Dilip K. Ghosh – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2013 – Vol 10 N°2, 31 – 62

  • Pricing Contingent Claims with an Underlying Asset Driven by an Extreme Value Distribution:

Options on Dow Jones Industrial Average Index, 2009-2010

Francisco Venegas-Martínez, Salvador Cruz-Aké, Francisco López-Herrera – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2013 – Vol 10, N°2, 63 – 84

  • Monetary Asset Substitution in the Euro Area

Paolo Zagaglia – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2013 – Vol 10, N°2, 85 – 102

  • The Impact of the Subprime Crisis on Canadian Banks’ Stock Returns

Jean-Pierre Gueyie – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2013 – Vol 10, N°2, 103 – 128

  • High Technology ETF Forecasting: Application of Grey Relational Analysis and Artificial Neural Networks

Jo-Hui Chen, John Francis Diaz, Yu-Fang Huang – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2013 – Vol 10 N°2, 129 – 155

  • Revisiting Idiosyncratic Volatility and Stock Returns

Fatma Sonmez – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2013 – Vol 10 N°1, 1-29

  • What’s Wrong with Those Duration Measures? Nothing

Robin Grieves, J. Clay Singleton – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2013 – Vol 10 N°1, 30-48

  • Structural Breaks and Predictive Regressions Models of South African Equity Premium

Goodness C. Aye, Rangan Gupta, Mampho P. Modise – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2013 – Vol 10 N°1, 49 – 86

  • A Three-Stage Labour-Managed Cournot Duopoly with Lifetime Employment as a Strategic Commitment

Kazuhiro Ohnishi – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2013 – Vol 10 N°1, 87 – 99

  • Exploiting Intraday and Overnight Price Variation for Daily VaR Prediction

Ana-Maria Fuertes, Jose Olmo Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2012 – Vol 9 N°2, 1-31

  • A Case for Europe: the Relationship between Sovereign CDS and Stock Indexes

 María Coronado, Teresa Corzo, Laura Lazcano – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2012 – Vol 9 N°2, 32-63

  • Optimal Hedge Ratio Estimation during the Credit Crisis: An Application of Higher Moments

Nicholas Apergis, Alexandros Gabrielsen – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2012 – Vol 9 N°2, 64-84

  • The Effect of Derivative Instrument Use on Capital Market Risk: Evidence from Banks in Emerging and Recently Developed Countries

Mohamed Rochdi Keffala, Christian de Peretti, Chia-Ying Chan – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2012 – Vol 9 N°2, 85 – 121

  • Can Credit Risk Be Rated Through-the-Cycle?

Karlo Kauko – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2012 – Vol 9 N°1 – 32

  • A Probit Model for Insolvency Risk among Insurance Companies

Leo de Haan, Jan Kakes –Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2012 – Vol 9 N°1, 33-50

  • Derivatives Use and Analysts’ Earnings Forecast Accuracy

Salma Mefteh-Wali, Sabri Boubaker, Florence Labégorre –Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2012 – Vol 9 N°1, 51 – 86

  • In Search of the “Lost Capital”.  A Theory for Valuation, Investment Decisions, Performance Measurement

Carlo Alberto Magni  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2012 –  Vol 9 N°1, 87 – 147

  • When is Inter-trade Time Informative? A Structural Approach

Tao Chen – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2012 – Vol 9 N°1, 148 – 177

  • Fund Performance Robustness – An Evaluation Using European Large-Cap Equity Funds

Kenneth Högholm, Johan Knif, Seppo Pynnönen – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2011 – Vol 8 N°2, 1 – 26

  • Giffen Goods in a Transition Economy: Subsistence Consumption in Russia

Yochanan Shachmurove, Janusz Szyrmer – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2011 – Vol 8 N°2, 27 – 48

  • Risk in Emerging Stock Markets from Brazil and Mexico: Extreme Value Theory and Alternative Value at Risk Models

Raúl de Jesús, Edgar Ortiz – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2011 – Vol 8 N°2, 49 – 88

  • Dynamic Copulas and Long Range Dependence

Beatriz Vaz de Melo Mendes, Silvia Regina Costa Lopes – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2011 – Vol 8 N°2, 89 – 111

  • M1, M2, and the U.S. Equity Exchanges

Ali M. Parhizgari, Duong Nguyen – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2011 – Vol 8 N°2, 112 – 135

  • Real Interest Rate and Growth Rate: Theory and Empirical Evidence

Jean-Marie Le Page – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2011 – Vol 8 N°2, 136 – 152

  • The Association Between Firm Characteristics and the Use of a Comprehensive Corporate Hedging Strategy: An Ordered Probit Analysis

Hue Hwa Au Yong, Robert Faff, Hoa Nguyen – Frontiers in Finance and Economics –  April 2011 – Vol 8 N°1, 1-16

  • Hedging with Derivatives and Value Creation : an Empirical Examination in the Insurance Industry

Luis Otero González, Sara Fernández López, Onofre Martorell Cunill – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2011 – Vol 8 N°1, 17 – 42

  • The Skew Pattern of Implied Volatility in the DAX Index Options Market

Silvia Muzzioli – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2011 – Vol 8 N°1, 43 – 68

  • Quantitative vs. Qualitative Criteria for Credit Risk Assessment

João O. Soares, Joaquim P. Pina, Manuel S. Ribeiro, Margarida Catalão-Lopes – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2011 – Vol 8 N°1, 69 – 87

  • Models For Moody’s Bank Ratings

Anatoly Peresetsky, Alexander Karminsky – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2011 – Vol 8 N°1, 88 – 110

  • Should Minimum Portfolio Sizes Be Prescribed for Achieving Sufficiently Well-Diversified Equity Portfolios?

Lawrence Kryzanowski, Shishir Singh – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2010 – Vol 7 N°2, 1 – 37

  • Are All Individual Investors Equally Prone to the Disposition Effect All the Time? New Evidence from a Small Market

Cristiana Cerqueira Leal, Manuel J. Rocha Armada, João L. C. Duque – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2010 – Vol 7 N°2, 38 – 68

  • Would You Follow MM or a Profitable Trading Strategy?

Brian Baturevich, Gulnur Muradoglu – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2010 – Vol 7 N°2, 69 – 89

  • Size, Book-to-Market, Volatility and Stock Returns: Evidence from Amman Stock Exchange (ASE)

Walid Saleh – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2010 – Vol 7 N°2, 90 – 124

  • An Examination of Life Insurers’ Risk Attitudes

Yaffa Machnes – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2010 – Vol 7 N°2, 125 – 137

  • Can Market Actors Help Monitor European Banks?

Anissa Naouar – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2010 – Vol 7 N°2, 138 – 182

  • The Two-Parameter Long-Horizon Value-at-Risk

Guy Kaplanski, Haim Levy  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2010 – Vol 7 N°1, 1 – 20

  • Mitigation of Foreign Direct Investment Risk and Hedging

Jack E. Wahl, Udo Broll  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2010 – Vol 7 N°1, 21 – 33

  • Evaluation and Comparison of Market and Rating Based Country Default Risk Assessment

Alexander Karmann, Dominik Maltritz – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2010 – Vol 7 N°1, 34 – 59

  • To Outsource or Not To Outsource in North-South Trade

E. Kwan Choi, Jai-Young Choi  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2010 – Vol 7 N°1, 60 – 81

  • Financial Deregulation, Private Foreign Borrowing and the Risk of Sovereign Default: A Political-Economic Analysis

Oya Celasun, Philipp Harms – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2010 – Vol 7 N°1, 82 – 100

  • Further Evidence on the Impact of Economic News on Interest Rates

Dominique Guégan, Florian Ielpo –  Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2009 – Vol 6 N°2, 1 – 45

  • Private Equity Firms’ Behaviours in Western Europe: Does Country Matter?

Abdesselam Rafik, Bastié Françoise, Cieply Sylvie- Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2009 – Vol 6 N°2, 46 – 66

  • Money Supply in a Simple Economic Growth Model and Multiple Steady States Equilibria

Laurent Augier, Jalloul Sghari- Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2009 – Vol 6 N°2, 67 – 95

  • Consumer Welfare in the Deregulated Swedish Electricity Market

Jens Lundgren- Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2009 – Vol 6 N°2, 101 – 119

  • Electricity Traffic over the Barriers of Networks: The Case of Germany and The Netherlands

Hans Andeweg, André Dorsman, Kees van Montfort – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2009 – Vol 6 N°2, 120 -139

  • Restructuring the European Energy Market through M&As – An Application of the Model of Economic Dominance

Wassim Benhassine – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2009 – Vol 6 N°2, 140 – 180

  • Computational Efficiency and Accuracy in the Valuation of Basket Options

Pengguo Wang – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2009 – Vol 6 N°1, 1 – 25

  • Forecasting VaR and Expected Shortfall using Dynamical Systems : A Risk management Strategy

Dominique Guégan, Cyril Caillault – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2009 – Vol 6 N°1, 26 – 50

  • A Note on Stakeholder Theory and Risk : Implications for Corporate Cash Holdings and Dividend Policy

Gerhard Speckbacher, Paul Wentges – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2009 – Vol 6 N°1, 51 – 72

  • The Mid 1990s Peso Crisis in Mexico: An Application of the Girton-Roper Model

Edward Ghartey  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2009 – Vol 6 N°1, 73 – 92

  • Cash Management Routines : Evidence from Spain

Txomin Iturralde, Amaia Maseda, Leire San José – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2009 – Vol 6 N°1, 93 – 117

  • Opportunity Cost, Excess Profit, and Counterfactual Conditionals

Carlo Alberto Magni – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2009 – Vol 6 N°1, 118 – 154

  • Why Do Monetary Policymakers Lean with the Wind During Asset Price Booms ?

Wolfram Berger, Friedrich Kissmer  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2009 – Vol 6 N°1, 155 – 174

  • First Passage and Excursion Time Models for Valuing Defaultable Bonds: a Review with Some Insights

Martina Nardon  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2008 – Vol 5 N°2, 1 – 25

  • Using Weekly Empirical Probabilities in Currency Analysis and Forecasting

Andrew C Pollock, Alex Macaulay, Mary E Thomson, Dilek Önkal   – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2008 – Vol 5 N°2, 26 – 55

  • Financing and Valuation of a Marginal Project by a Firm Facing Various Tax Rates

Axel Pierru  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2008 – Vol 5 N°2, 56 – 71

  • Dynamic Copula Modelling for Value at Risk

Dean Fantazzini   – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – October 2008 – Vol 5 N°2, 72 – 108

  • Fundamental Capital Valuation for IT Companies : A Real Options Approach

Arun J Prakash, Chung Baek, Bruce Dupoyet  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2008 – Vol 5 N°1, 1 – 26

  • Statistical Inference of Risk-Adjusted Performance Measures

Miranda Lam  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2008 – Vol 5 N°1, 27 – 45

  • Intra-Day Stock Returns and Close-End Price Manipulation in the Istanbul Stock Exchange

Guray Kuçukkocaoglu  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2008 – Vol 5 N°1, 46 – 84

  • Relationship between Implied and Realized Volatility of Sand P CNX Nifty Index in India

Siba Prasda Panda, Nirianjan Swain, D.K. Malhotra  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2008 – Vol 5 N°1, 85 – 105

  • The Determinants of Commercial Bank Interest Margin and Profitability: Evidence from Tunisia

Samy Bennaceur, Mohamed Goaied  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – April 2008 – Vol 5 N°1, 106 – 130

  • Introduction to the European Internal Market – An Abstract of the Present Development of the European Internal Market

Dr. Wolfgang Berger, DDr. Marian Wakounig, Mag. Caroline Kindl – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2007 – Vol 4 N°2, 1 – 33

  • The Impact of Value Added Tax on Financial Services and Insurances – the Law of Unintended Consequences?

Arthur Kerrigan – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2007 – Vol 4 N°2, 34 –   4 6

  • Economic Growth and Indirect Financial Taxes, Empirical Evidence from Greece, Spain and Portugal

Radu Tunaru Athena K. Kaliva – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2007 – Vol 4 N°2, 47 – 74

  • The Causal Relationship Between Indirect Taxes and Expenditures: a Comparative Investigation of Greece, Spain and Portugal

Radu Tunaru Athena K. Kaliva – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2007 – Vol 4 N°2, 75 – 91

  • Corporate Taxation and Futures-Hedging

Jack E. Wahl Udo Broll – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2007 – Vol 4 N°2, 92 – 101

  • Comparing Effective Corporate Tax Rates

Gaëtan Nicodème – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2007 Vol 4 N°2, 102 – 131

  • The Impact of EU Law on National Dividend Tax Systems

Evgenia Chatziioakeimidou – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2007 – Vol 4 N°2, 132 – 152

  • Marginal Conditional Stochastic Dominance Between Value and Growth 

Victor Chow, Bih-Shuang Huang, Ou Hu K.  – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2007 – Vol 4 N°1, 1 – 34

  • Call an Put Implied Volatilities and the Derivation of Option Implied Trees   

V.  Moriggia, S. Muzzioli, C. Torricelli – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2007 – Vol 4 N°1, 35-64

  • Multicriteria Framework for the Prediction of Corporate Failure in the UK 

Fotios Pasiouras – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2007 – Vol 4 N°1, 65 – 90

  • The Information Content of Cross-sectional Volatility for Future Market Volatility: Evidence from Australian Equity Returns 

Md. Arifur Rahman – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2007 – Vol 4 N°1, 91 – 124

  • The Effect of Price Limits on Unconditional Volatility: The Case of CASE

Eskandar A. Tooma Medhat Hassanein – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2007 – Vol 4 N°1, 125 – 143

  • Stock Market Reaction to Unexpected Changes in Interest Rates

Shmuel Hauser Gitit G. Gershgoren – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2006 – Vol 3 N°2, 1 – 17

  • The Long-Run Performance of UK Rights Issuers

Abdullah Iqbal, Susanne Espenlaub, Norman Strong Gershgoren – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2006 – Vol 3 N°2, 18 – 54

  • Has the Stock Market Integration Between the Asian and OECD Countries Improved After the Asian Crisis?

Girijasankar Mallik Gershgoren – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2006 – Vol 3 N°2, 55 – 69

  • Are Stock Markets Integrated? Evidence from a Partially Segmented ICAPM with Asymmetric Effects

Mohamed Arouri Gershgoren – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2006 – Vol 3 N°2, 70 – 94

  • Portfolio Theory and Portfolio Management: a Synthetic View

Dilip K. Ghosh Dipasri Ghosh Gershgoren – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2006 – Vol 3 N°2, 95 – 112

  • Hedging of Exchange Rate Risk: a Note

Stefan Schubert Gershgoren – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2006 – Vol 3 N°2, 113 – 121

  • Option Pricing with Long-Short Spreads

Pengguo Wang – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2006 – Vol 3 N°1, 1 – 28

  • Exchange Rate Determination from Monetary Fundamentals: an Aggregation Theoretic Approach

William Barnett – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2006 – Vol 3 N°1, 29 – 48

  • International Portfolio Formation, Skewness & the Role of Gold

Brian M Lucey, Valerio Poti, Edel Tully – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2006 – Vol 3 N°1, 49 – 68

  • Interdependence of ASEAN Business Cycles

Hway-Boon Ong, Chin-Hong Puah, Muzafar Shah Habibullah – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2006 – Vol 3 N°1, 69 – 78

  • Crisis Anticipation at a Micro-Level: Mexico 1995-1996

Karen Watkins – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2006 – Vol 3 N°1, 79 – 102

  • Zelig and the Art of Measuring Excess Profit

Carlo Alberto Magni – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2006 – Vol 3 N°1, 103 – 129

  • Frontiers of Financially Constrained and Unconstrained Firms: a New Development in Finance

Julio Pindado – Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2005 – Vol 2 N°2, 1 – 32

  • Attitudes with Regard to Risk: Risk Aversion, Prudence and Temperance

Octave Jokung N.Frontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2005 – Vol 2 N°2,

  • Additional Panel Data Evidence on the Savings-Investment Relationship and Foreign Aid in LDCs

James E. Payne Risa KumazawaFrontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2005 – Vol 2 N°2, 59 – 66

  • The Kraus and Litzenberger Quadratic Characteristic Line and Event Studies

Arun PrakashFrontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2005 – Vol 2 N°2, 67 – 78

  • The Product Life Cycle and the Real Option of Waiting

Oscar GutiérrezFrontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2005 – Vol 2 N°2, 79 – 105

  • Military Spending and Economic Growth in Greece, Portugal and Spain

Eftychia NikolaidouFrontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2005 – Vol 2 N°1, 1 – 17

  • Manufacturing Labour Demand, Technological Progress and Military Expenditure

John DunneFrontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2005 – Vol 2 N°1, 18 – 30

  • The Evolution of European and US Aerospace and Defence Markets

Vasilis ZervosFrontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2005 – Vol 2 N°1, 31 – 52

  • Revolution in the Defence Electronics Markets? An Economic Analysis of Sectoral Change

Paul DowdallFrontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2005 – Vol 2 N°1, 53 – 67

  • What Lies Beneath? Who Owns British Defence Contractors and Does It Matter?

Jonathan Bradley Derek BraddonFrontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2005 – Vol 2 N°1, 68 – 81

  • Canadian Mutual Fund Flows and Capital Market Movements

Jean-Pierre Gueyié Roger B. AtindéhouFrontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 70 – 84

  • Parametric and Non-Parametric Analysis of Performance Persistence in Spanish Investment Funds

Luis Ferruz, José L. Sarto, Maria VargasFrontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 85 – 100

  • An Empirical Analysis of Kenyan Daily Returns Using EGARCH Models pp. 101-115

Georges Ogum, Francisca M. Beer, Geneviève NouyrigatFrontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 101 – 115

  • Real Options, Uncertainty and Firm Value pp. 116-140

Manuel Espitia Escuer Gema Pastor AgustinFrontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 116 – 140

  • Parametric and Non-Parametric Measures of Volatility: Risk Estimation via the Gini Decompostion and Comparison with the Value-at-Risk

Stéphane MussardFrontiers in Finance and Economics – December 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 141 – 156

  • Corporate Governance, Market Valuation and Dividend Policy in Brazil

Ricardo Leal André Carvalhal-da-SilvaFrontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 1 – 16

  • The Effects of Decision Flexibility in the Hierarchical Investment Decision Process

Winfried Hallerbach, Haikun Ning, Jaap SpronkFrontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 17 – 36

  • Random Walk as a Universal Test of Weak-Form Foreign Exchange Market Efficiency: A Proof

Edward GharteyFrontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 37 – 45

  • Credit Exposure & Sovereign Risk Analysis: The Case of South America

Sotiris K. Staikouras Elena KalotychouFrontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 46 – 56

  • Strategic Conduct and Access Discrimination, in the Semi-Liberalized Electricity Sector in Mexico

Alejandro Ibarra-Yunez Frontiers in Finance and Economics – June 2004 – Vol 2 N°1, 57 – 69

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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