Journal "Investment Management and Financial Innovations", Annual Index/2015

Contents of issue

No. Article Title First Author Year/ Issue Pages
1. The aftermath of financial crisis and great recession and what to do about them Kuo-Cheng Tseng 2015/1 9-18
2. Aid dynamics in selected SADC countries Nyasha Mahonye 2015/1 163-173
3. Analysis of countries’ investment attractiveness in the field of tourism industry Olha Kozmenko 2015/3 56-63
4. Analysis of external debt investment in Africa and its implication on development Emmanuel Innocents Edoun 2015/1 346-355
5. Analysis of short- and long-run interactions between the stock market and prices of different sizes of properties in South Africa Paul-Francois Muzindutsi 2015/4 51-60
6. Application of DEA in the environment of Slovak hospitals Zuzana Hajduova 2015/4 148-153
7. An approach on workforce number, investment, and project number on investment realization as indicators of development progress Tengku Erry Nuradi 2015/1 114-123
8. Banking crises and contagion: why worry about taxation, output and the cost of capital? Stathis Polyzos 2015/2 65-79
9. Benchmarking: business strategy to improve environmental performance Mishelle Doorasamy 2015/2 214-229
10. Central bank announcements on interest rate changes and stock prices of Indonesian banking industry Tatang Ary Gumanti 2015/3 200-205
11. Characterization of procurement process in the construction Martina Sabolova 2015/4 166-170
12. Conservatism and corporate cash holdings: a risk prospective Khalid Al-Amri 2015/1 101-113
13. Corporate performance of firms operating in Slovakia: does ownership matter? Aneta Bobenič Hintošova 2015/4 134-142
14. Could the price deviations from fundamental values be considered as valuation errors? Stella N. Spilioti 2015/3 149-154
15. A critical appraisal of comparative advantage theory under free market crony capitalism Akhilesh Chandra Prabhakar 2015/3 93-98
16. Critical success factors towards the implementation of total quality management in small medium enterprises: a comparative study of franchise and manufacturing businesses in Cape Town Mamorena Lucia Matsoso 2015/3 163-174
17. Culture and chief executive officer forced turnover Hyung-Suk Choi 2015/1 258-266
18. Diversification in health care − yes or no? Maria Grullingova 2015/4 143-147
19. Dividend payout policy decision: the role of foreign ownership Yi-Chein Chiang 2015/2 205-213
20. Dividend policy and share price volatility Sew Eng Hooi 2015/1 226-234
21. Do acquirers’ gain? Evidence from the Chinese and UK consumer product and services market Yinuo Zhao 2015/3 64-72
22. Do house prices overreact to relevant information? New evidence from the UK housing market Hanxiong Zhang 2015/3 33-46
23. Do screening approaches matter in mutual fund investments? Paoyu Huang 2015/1 207-213
24. Does directors’ and officers’ liability insurance affect firms’ investment decisions? Hsin-Yi Chi 2015/3 47-55
25. Does learning by importing, self selection of markets and financial innovation matter for exporting firms in special economic zones? Vanessa T. Tang 2015/1 198-206
26. Does managing an SRI fund cost more? Evidence from the European financial market Stefania Arrigoni 2015/2 51-64
27. Does oil price uncertainty matter for stock returns in South Africa? Goodness C. Aye 2015/1 179-188
28. Does the increase in foreign investments in HIV/AIDS interventions reduce out-of-pocket expenditure (OOPE) on health care in Africa? Josue Mbonigaba 2015/1 214-225
29. Dynamic capital structure in China: determinants and adjustment speed Ying Yang 2015/2 195-204
30. A dynamic hedging model based on conditional higher moments Dai Jun 2015/1 60-69
31. Earnings management and idiosyncratic risk − evidence from the post-Sarbanes-Oxley Act period Shen-Ho Chang 2015/2 117-126
32. The effect of audit report lag and management discretionary report lag on analyst forecasts: evidence from Korea Chang-Hyun Bae 2015/1 318-329
33. The effect of credit risk management on financial performance of the Jordanian commercial banks Ali Sulieman Alshatti 2015/1 338-345
34. Effect of dividend decision on stock price changes: further Nigerian evidence Luqman Adedamola Sulaiman 2015/1 330-337
35. The effects of budget deficits on current accounts in the EMU George Vamvoukas 2015/4 115-122
36. Efficiency and productivity change in the banking industry: empirical evidence from New Zealand banks Kofi Adjei-Frimpong 2015/1 19-25
37. Electricity load modeling: an application to Italian market Giovanni Masala 2015/1 35-46
38. An empirical investigation of process innovation outputs on market capitalization listed of Muscat Security Market Faris Nasif Al-Shubiri 2015/2 230-237
39. Empirical investigation of the value effect in the large and small cap segments of the JSE: evidence from the South African stock market Heng-Hsing Hsieh 2015/4 16-22
40. Evaluation of technology, trade, and inclusive development: Chinese experiences Akhilesh Chandra Prabhaka 2015/2 180-188
41. Existence of short term momentum effect and stock market of Turkey Abdullah Ejaz 2015/4 9-15
42. The expenses of real estate funds in a small market: their determinants Paulo Alves 2015/4 44-50
43. An exploratory study of consumer demeanor towards financial investment Hemantkumar P. Bulsara 2015/1 124-133
44. Financial development and economic growth in China Yan Wang 2015/3 8-18
45. Foreign direct investment and human capital: evidence from developing countries Muhammad Azam 2015/3 155-162
46. Foreign direct investment inflows determinants in four South European economies Fotini Economou 2015/3 182-189
47. Foreign ownership, return volatility, and investment opportunities Yen-Hsien Lee 2015/4 61-69
48. Fund size effect from the viewpoint of fund families – evidence from Taiwan Ying-Fen Fu 2015/1 189-197
49. Global financial crisis effects on volatility spillover between Mainland China and Hong Kong stock markets Qiang Zhang 2015/1 26-34
50. Growth opportunity and risk: empirical investigation on earnings management decision Shaio Yan Huang 2015/1 299-309
51. High frequency volatility spillover effect based on the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect Program Qiang Zhang 2015/2 8-15
52. How do financial constraint and distress measures compare? Joonghyuk Kim 2015/2 41-50
53. Identifying environmental and economic benefits of cleaner production in a manufacturing company: a case study of a paper and pulp manufacturing company in KwaZulu-Natal Mishelle Doorasamy 2015/1 235-246
54. Impact of fiscal policy variables on economic growth in Nigeria (1970-2012): a managerial economics persperctive Anthony Igwe 2015/2 169-179
55. The impact of inflation and GDP per capita on foreign direct investment: the case of United Arab Emirates Khamis Hareb Alshamsi 2015/3 132-141
56. Increasing the accuracy of the FMEA method Renata Turisova 2015/4 176-186
57. Independent insurance brokers’ activity specifics: the EU experience and problems in Lithuania Aleksandra Lezgovko 2015/3 99-108
58. Influence of information technology on the finance function: evidence from case studies Durrel Ramrathan 2015/1 310-317
59. Investor sentiment and earnings management: evidence from Korea Sorah Park 2015/4 81-89
60. Invisible handcuffs: identifying investment constraints through fund performance Kevin Wynne 2015/2 162-168
61. Is the protection of the rights of unsecured creditors in restructuring in the present reality Ol’ga Kmet’ova 2015/4 154-160
62. Learning success factors of strategic alliances and estimating under an alternate specification Rama Prasad Kanungo 2015/3 120-131
63. Liquidity, cash conversion cycle and financial performance: case of Russian companies Tatiana Garanina 2015/1 90-100
64. Long live day of the week patterns and the financial trends’ role. Lessons from the Greek stock market during the Euro era Vasileiou Evangelos 2015/3 19-32
65. Managerial dominance over the board and audit committee independence in financial institutions Charbel Salloum 2015/4 34-43
66. Managing liquidity buffer through core liquidity portfolio Wilbert Chagwiza 2015/1 70-77
67. Market exuberance in sovereign credit default swaps: assessing the EU regulatory framework and trading profit opportunities Maria Alberta Oliveira 2015/4 70-80
68. Measuring long-run security price performance: a review Anupam Dutta 2015/2 26-32
69. Measuring the quality of the institutional environment through the development of prices of credit default swaps in times of economic disturbances Dušan Steinhauser 2015/4 98-105
70. Mutual fund managers’ behavior in derivatives: evidence from Taiwan Hung-Cheng Lai 2015/2 80-87
71. Pay, security, support and intention to quit relationship among academics in developing economy Mohd Hasanur Raihan Joarder 2015/3 190-199
72. Performance of Islamic banks and conventional banks before and during economic downturn Talla M. Al-Deehani 2015/2 238-250
73. Period in trading and sources of funding in South African micro enterprises Tshegofatso Makhubela 2015/1 290-298
74. Priority directions of investments into development of the systems of organizational knowledge of industrial business entities Olena Iastremska 2015/3 80-92
75. Public sector organization financial ratios’ recent development as a matter of financial innovation Filip Hrůza 2015/2 88-95
76. Quality of business valuation methods in Slovakian mining industry Jozef Zuzik 2015/4 200-205
77. Reexamining the likelihood of extreme returns in international stock markets Yun-Yi Wang 2015/4 106-114
78. The relationship between corporate governance index and value of the firm: evidence from Taiwan Chien-Jen Wang 2015/3 73-79
79. Relationship between oil price fluctuations and stock price index in Iran Mahdi Salehi 2015/4 23-33
80. The relationship between return, price to earnings ratio, price to book value ratio, size and beta in different data period Dadang Prasetyo Jatmiko 2015/1 47-59
81. The relationship between the government debt and GDP growth: evidence of the Euro area countries Stella Spilioti 2015/1 174-178
82. Relationship between working capital management and profitability in JSE listed retail sector companies Ajay K. Garg 2015/2 127-135
83. The relative efficiency of investment management of life insurers and takaful operators Rubayah Yakob 2015/1 78-89
84. The relevance and challenges of business incubators that support survivalist entrepreneurs Robertson K. Tengeh 2015/2 150-161
85. Risk attitudes among catfish farmers in Oyo State, Nigeria Isaac B. Oluwatayo 2015/4 90-97
86. Risk parity versus other μ-free strategies: a comparison in a triple view Maria Debora Braga 2015/1 277-289
87. Sentiment and returns: an analysis of investor sentiment in the South African market Naeem Dalika 2015/1 267-276
88. Sentiment, growth and value investments: evidence from Korean Stock Listings Jinho Byun 2015/3 142-148
89. Size of issue leader as determinant of debt offerings yields Robert Verner 2015/4 187-191
90. Societas Europaea as a new form of enhancement the quality of business from the perspective of the application of tax optimization Jana Simonidesova 2015/4 171-175
91. Statistical model of risk assessment of insurance company’s functioning Olga Kozmenko 2015/2 189-194
92. A tale of two banking systems: the performance of U.S. and European banks in the 21st century Robert A. Weigand 2015/1 146-162
93. Tariff cuts, capital mobility and income responses in Malawi Harold Ngalawa 2015/2 96-104
94. Temporary stock market bubbles: further evidence from Germany Andreas Humpe 2015/2 33-40
95. Time-varying world integration of the African stock markets: a Kalman filter approach Anokye M. Adam 2015/3 175-181
96. Transformation of state-owned hospitals to private-owned: are selected hospitals more technical efficient? Roman Lacko 2015/4 161-165
97. Volatility spillovers between energy market and international financial markets Ioannis Tsakalos 2015/2 136-149
98. The volatility structure of oil futures market returns: an empirical investigation Yu-Min Lian 2015/2 16-25
99. Yield spreads prediction using genetic neural network Robert Verner 2015/4 192-199