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  1. As prior researchers have suggested, a firm’s success in an international market depends on how well its strategy fits the nonmarket environment, such as formal institutions. This paper examines the determinan...

    Authors: Nir Kshetri
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2023 9:9
  2. The global pandemic, coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), has significantly affected tourism, especially in Spain, as it was among the first countries to be affected by the pandemic and is among the world’s bi...

    Authors: Isabel Carrillo-Hidalgo, Juan Ignacio Pulido-Fernández, José Luis Durán-Román and Jairo Casado-Montilla
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2023 9:8
  3. This study investigates the asymmetric relationship between global and national factors and domestic food prices in Turkey, considering the recent rapid and continuous increase in domestic food prices. In this...

    Authors: Mustafa Tevfik Kartal and Özer Depren
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2023 9:11
  4. The purpose of the paper is to identify the factors of financial development that have the greatest impact on open innovation in 7 emerging countries. The analysis was performed featuring the MF-X-DMA method, ...

    Authors: Alexey Mikhaylov, Hasan Dinçer and Serhat Yüksel
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2023 9:4
  5. This study is designed to solve supply chain inefficiencies caused by some members' financial problems, such as capital shortages and financing restrictions in a stochastic environment. To this end, we have es...

    Authors: Faranak Emtehani, Nasim Nahavandi and Farimah Mokhatab Rafiei
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2023 9:6
  6. The extant literature has produced mixed evidence on the relationship between financial development and ecological sustainability. This work addresses this conundrum by investigating financial development’s di...

    Authors: Maxwell Chukwudi Udeagha and Marthinus Christoffel Breitenbach
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2023 9:5
  7. This study aims to shed light on the effects of financial development and accumulation of capital on the productivity of labor in the sub-Sahara African region within the period of 1990–2018. In this work, we ...

    Authors: Joshua Dzankar Zoaka and Hasan Güngör
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2023 9:1
  8. The slippery slope framework explains tax compliance along two main dimensions, trust in authorities and power of authorities, which influence taxpayers’ compliance attitudes. Through frequentist and Bayesian ...

    Authors: Larissa M. Batrancea, Anca Nichita, Ruggero De Agostini, Fabricio Batista Narcizo, Denis Forte, Samuel de Paiva Neves Mamede, Ana Maria Roux-Cesar, Bozhidar Nedev, Leoš Vitek, József Pántya, Aidin Salamzadeh, Eleanya K. Nduka, Janusz Kudła, Mateusz Kopyt, Luis Pacheco, Isabel Maldonado…
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:96
  9. This study aims to reveal the social representation of fintech from the perspective of traditional financial sector professionals in Brazil—herein used as a proxy for emerging markets—to interpret and compare ...

    Authors: Luiz Antonio Joia and Rodrigo Proença
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:93
  10. Analyzing comovements and connectedness is critical for providing significant implications for crypto-portfolio risk management. However, most existing research focuses on the lower-order moment nexus (i.e. th...

    Authors: Jinxin Cui and Aktham Maghyereh
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:90
  11. Anchor points play an important role in data envelopment analysis theory and applications; they delineate the efficient part of the production possibility set (PPS) frontier. In this paper, we propose an appro...

    Authors: Dariush Akbarian, Ali Akbar Bani, Mohsen Rostamy-Malkhalifeh and Farhad Hosseinzadeh Lotfi
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:88
  12. The literature shows that investor attention to customer–supplier disclosure increases when suppliers’ information arrival is anticipated. Due to the widespread of city lockdowns in China and the implementatio...

    Authors: Louis T. W. Cheng, Jack S. C. Poon, Shaolong Tang and Jacqueline Wenjie Wang
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:85
  13. This study suggests a payment portfolio model that includes new payment methods that have emerged from the development of cryptocurrency markets and central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). Our model analyzes ...

    Authors: Jaemin Son, Mehmet Huseyin Bilgin and Doojin Ryu
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:82
  14. The G20 countries are the locomotives of economic growth, representing 64% of the global population and including 4.7 billion inhabitants. As a monetary and market value index, real gross domestic product (GDP...

    Authors: Osman Taylan, Abdulaziz S. Alkabaa and Mustafa Tahsin Yılmaz
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:81
  15. The literature gap in microfinance paradox of double bottom line (financial performance vs. outreach) has always been an interesting area of research. This paper proposes a theoretical model most suitable for ...

    Authors: Peter Wanke, M. Kabir Hassan, Md. Abul Kalam Azad, Md. Azizur Rahman and Naznin Akther
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:80
  16. This study examines the efficiency of investment trust companies (ITCs) from 2011 to 2020 using a meta-frontier two-stage network data envelopment analysis (DEA) based on the directional distance function (DDF...

    Authors: Mohammad Nourani, Qian Long Kweh, Wen-Min Lu and Ikhlaas Gurrib
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:79
  17. This study investigates speculative bubbles in the cryptocurrency market and factors affecting bubbles during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our results indicate that each cryptocurrency covered in the study presented...

    Authors: Ozkan Haykir and Ibrahim Yagli
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:78
  18. The effect of investor sentiment on stock volatility is a highly attractive research question in both the academic field and the real financial industry. With the proposal of China's "dual carbon" target, gree...

    Authors: Yang Gao, Chengjie Zhao, Bianxia Sun and Wandi Zhao
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:77
  19. The coupling of data and digital innovation opens the way for new business in the financial services sector, where customers are placed at the centre of decisions and data can help to develop customer knowledg...

    Authors: Laura Grassi, Nicolas Figini and Lorenzo Fedeli
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:75
  20. This study investigates the possible nonlinear relationship between working capital and credit rating. Furthermore, it examines the relationship between the three components of working capital (inventory, acco...

    Authors: Ala’a Adden Abuhommous, Ahmad Salim Alsaraireh and Huthaifa Alqaralleh
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:72
  21. Implementing new machine learning (ML) algorithms for credit default prediction is associated with better predictive performance; however, it also generates new model risks, particularly concerning the supervi...

    Authors: Andrés Alonso Robisco and José Manuel Carbó Martínez
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:70
  22. This study examines the relationship between positive and negative investor sentiments and stock market returns and volatility in Group of 20 countries using various methods, including panel regression with fi...

    Authors: Emre Cevik, Buket Kirci Altinkeski, Emrah Ismail Cevik and Sel Dibooglu
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:69
  23. This study evaluates financial innovation priorities for renewable energy investors by generating a novel hybrid fuzzy decision-making model. First, SERVQUAL-based customer needs for financial innovation are w...

    Authors: Wei Li, Serhat Yüksel and Hasan Dinçer
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:67
  24. The idea of this study is derived from observing the profitability of stock investments following the phenomena of continuously rising (or falling) prices of stocks and continuously overbought (or oversold) si...

    Authors: Yensen Ni, Min-Yuh Day, Yirung Cheng and Paoyu Huang
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:54
  25. Fraudulent actions of a trader or a group of traders can cause substantial disturbance to the market, both directly influencing the price of an asset or indirectly by misinforming other market participants. Su...

    Authors: Peter Fratrič, Giovanni Sileno, Sander Klous and Tom van Engers
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:60
  26. This study aims to examine the green innovation effect of the carbon emissions pilot policy in China. First, using the difference-in-differences method and regressions of instrumental variables using the data ...

    Authors: Hongxin Yu, Yaohui Jiang, Zhaowen Zhang, Wen-Long Shang, Chunjia Han and Yuanjun Zhao
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:55