Journal "Investment Management and Financial Innovations", Annual Index/2008

Contents of issue

No.Article TitleFirst AuthorYear/ IssuePages
1.A month-by-month examination of long-term stock returnsStephen J. Ciccone2008/38-18
2.Access to external capital for techno start-ups: evidences from the UKTommaso Minola2008/4186-199
3.Are company size and stock beta, liquidity and idiosyncratic volatility related to stock returns? Australian evidenceBernard Bollen2008/4143-156
4.Asymmetric dynamics in current account-interest rate nexus: evidence from Asian countriesEmmanuel Anoruo2008/4103-110
5.Continuous time evolutionary market dynamics: the case of fix-mix strategiesZhaojun Yang2008/132-40
6.Corporation financial performance and market reaction to ESOP: evidence from TaiwanWei-Ning Chen2008/141-50
7.Credit risk, credit derivatives and firm value based modelsWilli Semmler2008/475-89
8.Do retail investors and institutions pay the same spread?Michel T.J. Rakotomavo2008/463-69
9.Efficiency effect of direct lending controls: an empirical study of the Gulf Cooperation Council countriesAbdullah M. Al-Obaidan2008/381-89
10.Estimation of the degree of market imperfections: theory and application in currency futures marketsJanchung Wang2008/240-47
11.European and American put options on insurance productsRami Yosef2008/248-56
12.Exchange rate exposures of Taiwanese firmsYi-Chein Chiang2008/4178-185
13.Financial product preferences of Tiruchirapalli investors using analytical hierarchy process and fuzzy multi criteria decision makingK. Senthil Kumar2008/166-73
14.fMRI studies in neuro-fuzzy and behavioral finance: a case based approachMohammad Khoshnevisan2008/3111-121
15.Foreign direct investment and macroeconomic changes in CEE integrating into the global marketLucyna Kornecki2008/4124-132
16.Funds of hedge funds: a comparison among different portfolio optimization models implementing the zero-investment strategyRosella Giacometti2008/319-29
17.Further evidence on the approximation of confidence intervals for Sharpe style weights: the case of Australian listed managed fundsKok Fai Phoon2008/257-72
18.GARCH option-pricing model with analytical solution when interest rate and risk premium change randomlyNoureddine Lahouel2008/4111-123
19.How to predict preferences for new itemsVolker Schlecht2008/47-24
20.Identification of stock market manipulation: a case studyJohn Simpson2008/184-94
21.Integration among global equity markets: portfolio diversification using exchange-traded fundsBurhan F. Yavas2008/330-43
22.Is the home bias in equities and bonds declining in Europe?Dirk Schoenmaker2008/490-102
23.Joint variance-ratio tests of random walks in China’s closed-end fund marketEmmanuel Anoruo2008/223-29
24.Life office management perspectives by actuarial risk indexesMariarosaria Coppola2008/273-78
25.Liquidity issues surrounding neglected firmsWilliam J. Bertin2008/157-65
26.Measuring Alpha-based performance: Implications for Alpha-focused structured productsLarry R. Gorman2008/216-22
27.Methodological foundations for the modernization of banking supervision in Ukraine on the basis of leading indicatorsIryna D’yakonova2008/279-85
28.Modeling, risk assessment and portfolio optimization of energy futuresAlmira Biglova2008/117-31
29.New assessment on the Fisher hypothesis: the case of TurkeyMahmut Zortuk2008/3134-138
30.Ownership structure, regulation, and bank risk-taking: evidence from Korean banking industrySeok Weon Lee2008/470-74
31.Ownership, regulation, information and the capital acquisition processEdel Barnes2008/362-72
32.P/E-ratios in relative valuation – a mission impossible?Kenth Skogsvik2008/4237-248
33.Performance of high dividend yield investment strategy on the Polish Stock Market 1997-2007Janusz Brzeszczynski2008/286-92
34.Persistence of size and value premia and the robustness of the Fama-French three-factor model in the Hong Kong stock marketGilbert V. Nartea2008/439-49
35.Portfolio optimization models and a tabu search algorithm for the Kuwait Stock ExchangeMajid M. Aldaihani2008/230-39
36.Relationships between stock markets and macroeconomic variables: an empirical analysis of the Istanbul Stock ExchangeSezgin Acikalin2008/18-16
37.Standardized strategy assessment as a contribution to banks’ corporate ratingsGunter Amt2008/344-50
38.Stock price reaction to merger announcements: an empirical note on Indian marketsArun Kumar2008/195-103
39.Stock repurchases and future operating performance: empirical evidence from ItalyAnnalisa Croce2008/174-83
40.The application of cash pooling into business practice – ČEZ GroupPetr Polak2008/433-38
41.The characteristics of bank common stocks within the framework of Capital Asset Pricing Model: evidence from TurkeySaban Celik2008/4157-172
42.The effect of interest rate changes on bank stock returnsJohn J. Vaz2008/4221-236
43.The effect of political events on the Pakistan Stock Exchange 1947-2001Ephraim Clark2008/3101-110
44.The impact of the trading systems development on bid-ask spreadsChun-An Li2008/151-56
45.The information content of directors’ trades: empirical analysis of the Australian marketLisa Hotson2008/3122-133
46.The information spillover between stock index and derivative products trading behavior in TaiwanChien-Cheng Wang2008/373-80
47.The out-of-sample forecasts of nonlinear current depth of recession model of the output in the United KingdomYuan-Ming Lee2008/4211-220
48.The peculiarities of the financial market development in UkraineInna Shkolnyk2008/1104-112
49.The performance of pension funds: the case of ItalyAngela Gallo2008/425-32
50.The post-issue operating performance of IPOs in an emerging market: evidence from Istanbul Stock ExchangeAhmet Kurtaran2008/450-62
51.The significance of beta for stock returns in Australian marketsMichael Dempsey2008/351-61
52.The stock market reaction to Australian convertible debt issues: new evidenceJean Pierre Fenech2008/390-100
53.The use of chaos theory predicting the EURIBOR indexMike P. Hanias2008/4173-177
54.The world of funds of fundsMichael Stein2008/27-15
55.Trading volume and stock market volatility: evidence from emerging stock marketsGuner Gursoy2008/4200-210