Journal "Investment Management and Financial Innovations", Annual Index/2016

Contents of issue

No. Article Title First Author Year/ Issue Pages
1. The accounts payable management practices of small, medium and micro enterprises in the Cape Metropolis Samuel Tabot Enow 2016/1 77-83
2. The accrual anomaly in the Greek stock market Georgios A. Papanastasopoulos 2016/2 322-333
3. Analysis of P/E Ratio in Tehran stock exchange using artificial neural network Mohsen Bahramgiri 2016/4 198-205
4. An analysis of United States on Dow Jones Sustainability Index Grigoris Giannarakis 2016/3 353-361
5. An anatomy of calendar effects in Thailand Kamphol Panyagometh 2016/4 8-16
6. Assessing variations in foreign direct investments under international financial reporting standards (IFRS) adoption, macro-socioeconomic developments and credit ratings Evangelos Daskalopoulos 2016/3 328-340
7. Assessment of foreign direct investment, export and economic growth on the example of Kazakhstan Tolkyn Azatbek 2016/4 129-135
8. Benchmarking study on the venture capital market in the Czech Republic, Hungary and the Netherlands Ing. Jaroslava Rajchlová 2016/3 191-202
9. Business efficiency of the commercial banks in ASEAN Abdul Mongid 2016/1 67-76
10. Cash management practices of small, medium and micro enterprises in the Cape Metropolis, South Africa Samuel Tabot Enow 2016/1 230-236
11. Challenges impacting on small independent retailers performance in Soweto, Johannesburg in South Africa K.M. Makhitha 2016/3 258-266
12. Challenges to the growth of African immigrant-owned businesses in selected craft markets in Cape Town, South Africa Samson Nambei Asoba 2016/3 410-418
13. Contemporaneous and asymmetric volume-return relationship: cross-product evidence from an emerging market Jung-Chu Lin 2016/1 92-111
14. Controlling shareholders’ ownership structure, foreign investors’ monitoring, and investment efficiency Grigoris Giannarakis 2016/3 159-170
15. Corporate governance and financial performance: an emerging economy perspective Faizul Haque 2016/3 228-236
16. Corporate governance and management of earnings: empirical evidence from selected Nigerian-listed companies Matthew Adeolu Abata 2016/2 189-205
17. Corporate governance mechanism and the moderating effect of independency on the integrity of financial reporting Enni Savitri 2016/4 68-74
18. Corporate valuation: theoretical postulates and empirical evidence from SENSEX firms in India Ullas Rao 2016/3 47-61
19. Critical assessment of Highly Indebted Poor Countries (HIPIC) Initiative in Africa and the Implication of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) (2001-2016): a theoretical perspective Emmanuel Innocents Edoun 2016/3 380-386
20. Critical assessment of Just-in-Time (JIT) process within a South African company: the case of Sabertek Gert Van Wyk 2016/3 237-247
21. Critical assessment of risk-taking behavior and economic performance of male entrepreneurs in the Centurion central business district in South Africa Johannes Petrus Holtzhausen 2016/3 93-104
22. Determinants of banks’ profitability − the case of Jordan Ali Sulieman Alshatti 2016/1 84-91
23. Determinants of capital structure of Spanish firms: the case of listed companies in time of crisis Natividad Rodríguez-Masero 2016/1 32-48
24. Determinants of Malaysia – BRICS trade linkages: gravity model approach Irwan Shah Zainal Abidin 2016/2 389-398
25. Determinants of small and medium scale enterprises financing by the banking sector in Nigeria: a macroeconomic perspective Patrick Olufemi 2016/1 170-176
26. Determine small farmers’ managerial skill needs in the Tshwane area of Gauteng, South Africa Louise van Scheers 2016/2 87-91
27. Different means of earnings management of owner-managed firms versus agent-led firms: evidence from chaebols in Korea Sorah Park 2016/2 285-291
28. Do small craft businesses need strategic marketing to survive? K.M. Makhitha 2016/2 399-405
29. Does access to finance improve household welfare? Hao Manh Quach 2016/2 76-86
30. Does contract size matter for price discovery and risk management in stock index futures? Sangram Keshari Jena 2016/3 62-74
31. Does the inverse exchange-traded fund trading convey a bearish signal to the market? Jung-Chu Lin 2016/2 279-284
32. The dynamic relationship of interest rate, price level, money supply and real gross domestic product: case study of Iran Ramyar Fazlara 2016/4 182-189
33. Earnings management and R&D costs capitalization: evidence from Russian and German markets Tatiana Garanina 2016/1 206-214
34. The economics of securitization: evidence from the European markets João Pinto 2016/1 112-126
35. The effect of CEO turnover on audit report lag and management discretionary report lag: evidence from Korea Chang-Hyun Bae 2016/1 61-66
36. The effect of enforcement intensity on illegal insider trading volume: the case of Taiwan Han-Ching Huang 2016/2 141-148
37. The effect of legislation on hydropower development: case study of Lithuania Jaunius Jatautas 2016/2 300-309
38. The effect of tax avoidance on discretionary expenses: evidence from Korea Eun-Hui Cheong 2016/1 24-31
39. The effect of the European economic news releases to the US financial markets in the crisis period Dimitrios Vortelinos 2016/4 33-57
40. The effect of the professional education background of the chairman of the board and executive management on dividend policy in Taiwanese listed companies Li-Jen He 2016/1 8-23
41. Electricity price forecasting in Turkey with artificial neural network models Fazıl Gökgöz 2016/3 150-158
42. An empirical investigation of market timing behavior: evidence from Indian IPOs Manas Mayur 2016/3 84-92
43. Ethical Dow Jones indexes and investment performance: international evidence Mohamed Sherif 2016/2 206-225
44. An evaluation of the effectiveness of business incubation programs: a user satisfaction approach Thobekani Lose 2016/2 370-378
45. Exchange rate volatility and global shocks in Russia: an application of GARCH and APARCH mode Adebayo Augustine Kutu 2016/4 205-213
46. Exploring status consumption in South Africa: a review literature Nkosivile Welcome Madinga 2016/3 131-136
47. Exposure-based volatility: an application in corporate risk management Athanasios P. Fassas 2016/2 235-245
48. Factors of investments in automobile companies’ R&D Dmitry Nikolaev 2016/4 27-32
49. Factors that influence the marketing of professional services Meg Enerson 2016/3 118-130
50. Failure processes of old manufacturing firms in different European countries Oliver Lukason 2016/2 310-321
51. Financial innovation and economic growth: evidence from Zimbabwe Alex Bara 2016/2 65-75
52. Forecasting model and assessment of the innovative and scientific-technical policy of Ukraine in the sphere of innovative economy formation Zoryna Yurynets 2016/2 16-23
53. Forecasting of the state of the credit market Ukraine Galyna Myskiv 2016/4 238-244
54. Gold price risk management through Nova 3 option strategy created by barrier options Michal Šoltés 2016/1 49-60
55. Governance of risks in South Africa’s public higher education institutions (HEIs) Tankiso Moloi 2016/2 226-234
56. The growth-IPRs nexus in OPEC member countries: an empirical investigation Nasser Al-Mawali 2016/2 92-98
57. A holistic view of the use of corporate culture conveyed by internal marketing for enhancing stability, sustainability and consistency in service quality J.A.R. Botha 2016/3 248-257
58. How changing of different factors impacts the quantity of NGOs incomes in Ukraine Iryna Tkachuk 2016/4 17-26
59. How does corporate governace pay off? Evidence from Korean stock listings Paul Moon Sub Choi 2016/4 227-232
60. Human resource practices as determinants of employees’ intention to leave: a study from a selected South African institution Muleya D. 2016/3 403-409
61. The impact of economic growth on unemployment in South Africa: 1994-2012 Handson Banda 2016/2 246-255
62. The impact of executive remuneration on risk-taking in the banking industry Ezelda Swanepol 2016/3 110-117
63. The impact of M&A on the Nigerian financial market: a pre-post analysis Hussein A. 2016/1 138-150
64. The impact of macroeconomic factors on the real estate investment trust index return on Japan, Singapore and China Hao Fang 2016/4 245-256
65. The impact of monetary policy shocks on the equity risk premium before and after the Quantitative Easing in the United Kingdom Sunil Poshakwale 2016/4 147-160
66. The impact of poor quality municipal services on small enterprises Zeleke Worku 2016/3 274-279
67. The importance of bank guarantees in modern business (business environment in Serbia) Mirjana Knežević 2016/3 215-221
68. The importance that customers place on service attributes of sale personal in the retail sector Louise van Scheers 2016/3 222-227
69. Influence of demographic factors on the entrepreneurial intentions of university students in Oman Mohammad Ahmar Uddin 2016/1 215-220
70. Investigating causes of delays and cost escalation in project execution during turnarounds Mfanimpela Zacharia Mhlanga 2016/2 334-348
71. Investigating environmental management accounting in the chemical industry in South Africa Anet Magdalena Smit 2016/1 151-160
72. Investigating the determinants of dividend policy in emerging markets using a combination of exploratory variables Dadang Prasetyo Jatmiko 2016/2 8-15
73. Investigation on the value relevance of accounting information: evidence from incorporated companies in the Singapore capital market Basil Abeifaa Der 2016/3 9-21
74. Is there a link between economic growth and SMEs success in South Africa Louise van Scheers 2016/2 349-353
75. Is too much competition bad for the industry? A Taiwanese banking case Paul M.S. Choi 2016/2 128-140
76. Long-memory in asset returns and volatility: evidence from West Africa Emmanuel Numapau Gyamfi 2016/2 24-28
77. Management information used by Spanish Airlines for the financial decision making process: an exploratory study Fernando Campa-Planas 2016/3 341-352
78. Managing airport service quality – the impact of self-service technologies Protus Seda Otieno 2016/3 387-393
79. The market reactions to share repurchase announcements on the JSE: an event study Kiran Punwasi 2016/1 191-205
80. The measurement of tracking errors of commodity ETFs in China Wei-Fong Pan 2016/2 184-188
81. Minimum sum regression as the optimum robust algorithm in the computation of financial beta Manuel G. Russon 2016/4 233-237
82. Monetary policy transmission and growth of the manufacturing sector in Algeria Adeleke Omolade 2016/4 214-226
83. A multiagent game theoretical approach to adverse selection in corporate financing Adil ELFakir 2016/2 292-299
84. New evidence of short-run underpricing in Australian IPOs Wasantha Perera 2016/2 99-108
85. Normal and reverse stock splits in the V4 countries monetary stimulus Manuela Raisová 2016/4 94-105
86. Ownership structure, organization stability and biotechnology company performance Ting-Yi Cheng 2016/2 109-116
87. Perceived impact of public sector leadership on road infrastructure service delivery Andile Gqaji 2016/3 394-402
88. The performance and risk of banks in the U.S., Europe and Japan post-financial crisis Robert A. Weigand 2016/4 75-93
89. Performance evaluation of actively managed mutual funds Boikanyo Kenneth Malefo 2016/4 190-197
90. Performance implications of financial capital availability on the financial literacy – performance nexus in South Africa Neneh Brownhilder 2016/2 354-362
91. Political elections, abnormal returns and stock price volatility: the case of Greece Athanasios Koulakiotis 2016/1 161-169
92. Positioning firms in a new business performance space: an empirical study design on Euronext listed companies Gianpaolo Iazzolino 2016/4 106-119
93. Priority directions of improvement of state of pension coverage in Ukraine Olga Kozmenko 2016/3 300-310
94. A proposed model for applying total quality management in Syrian banks: a case study in the industrial bank of Syria Ali Salman 2016/2 149-156
95. Prospectus disclosure and the stock market performance of initial public offerings (IPOs): the case of Thailand Mohamed Sherif 2016/4 161-181
96. Real estate as a portfolio risk diversifier Ahmad Etebari 2016/2 45-52
97. The relationship between perceived organizational support and organizational commitment among academics: the mediating effect of job satisfaction Mabasa Fumani Donald 2016/3 267-274
98. Relationship of cash conversion cycle and PRGap with firm performance: an empirical study of Taiwanese companies Wang-Tzu Lin 2016/3 293-299
99. Remuneration Committee governance and firm performance in UK financial firms Peter Agyemang-Mintah 2016/1 176-190
100. The role of commodities investments in the decumulation phase of retirement John Hua Fan 2016/3 322-327
101. The role of crowdfunding in entrepreneurial ventures: an analysis of recent trends in Sweden Lars Silver 2016/1 221-229
102. Selected skills required for sustainable small and medium businesses Jean-Marie Mwepu Mbuya 2016/2 379-388
103. SEO valuation and insider manipulation of R&D Robert M. Hull 2016/2 267-278
104. Shape up or ship out. Experiences of micro and small business entrepreneurs in the Bulawayo Metropolitan Province of Zimbabwe Gwendoline Nani 2016/2 173-183
105. Simple valuation of electric utilities – a comparison of the residual income model and a real options approach Frode Kjærland 2016/2 53-64
106. Socio-economic implications of South Africa’s foreign direct investment in Southern African development Samuel Augustine Umezurike 2016/3 362-370
107. South African generation-X online shopper satisfaction and their repurchase intentions Jobo Dubihlela 2016/3 371-389
108. Stability and profitability in the Chinese banking industry: evidence from an auto-regressive-distributed linear specification Yong Tan 2016/4 120-128
109. Stock split, unseasoned equity offering, and firm value: evidence from the Korean stock market Chune Young Chung 2016/3 105-109
110. A study of regional trends in external debt in developing economies Mihir Dash 2016/3 22-34
111. Testing the efficient market hypothesis on the Nairobi Securities Exchange Josephine Njuguna 2016/3 75-83
112. Using DuPont analysis to assess the financial performance of the top 3 JSE listed companies in the food industry Mishelle Doorasamy 2016/2 29-44
113. Value chain analysis to improve corporate performance: a case study of essential oil export company in Indonesia Sutarmin 2016/3 183-190
114. Value in the eye of the beholder: a survey of valuation practices of Estonian financial professionals Mark Kantšukov 2016/2 157-172
115. Various moving average convergence divergence trading strategies: a comparison Nguyen Hoang Hung 2016/2 363-369
116. The viability of asset price channel implementation to the monetary transmission mechanism of Ukraine Serhiy Kozmenko 2016/4 58-67
117. A volatility-based approach to gold as a safe haven: can it explain the abnormalities in gold returns during periods of extreme financial adversity? Maria Alberta Oliveira 2016/3 203-214
118. Why do firms hold cash? Evidence from Korean stock listings Paul Moon Sub Choi 2016/3 311-321