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  1. This study applies OLS, panel regression and Granger causality test to investigate the impact of the Coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) outbreak on the global equity markets during the early stage of the pand...

    Authors: Eddie C. M. Hui and Ka Kwan Kevin Chan
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:25
  2. The promotion of both market fairness and efficiency has long been a goal of securities market regulators worldwide. Accelerated digital disruption and abusive trading behaviors, such as the GameStop mania, pr...

    Authors: Iryna Veryzhenko, Arthur Jonath and Etienne Harb
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:18
  3. Notwithstanding the emergence of FinTech startups in the financial services industry, most of these companies face significant difficulties in breaking even and surviving. This study examines the main manageri...

    Authors: Santiago Carbó-Valverde, Pedro J. Cuadros-Solas and Francisco Rodríguez-Fernández
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:15
  4. In recent years, the tendency of the number of financial institutions to include cryptocurrencies in their portfolios has accelerated. Cryptocurrencies are the first pure digital assets to be included by asset...

    Authors: Fan Fang, Carmine Ventre, Michail Basios, Leslie Kanthan, David Martinez-Rego, Fan Wu and Lingbo Li
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:13
  5. In recent years, multi-criteria sorting problems have become an interesting topic for researchers working on multi-criteria decision-making. ELimination and Choice Expressing REality (ELECTRE)-TRI and FlowSort...

    Authors: Mir Seyed Mohammad Mohsen Emamat, Caroline Maria de Miranda Mota, Mohammad Reza Mehregan, Mohammad Reza Sadeghi Moghadam and Philippe Nemery
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:11
  6. Considering the environment of risks and influences inherent in the decision-making process for credit-granting operations, it has become a matter of survival for financial organizations to seek to improve how...

    Authors: Paulo Cesar Schotten, Leydiana de Sousa Pereira and Danielle Costa Morais
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:10
  7. This study investigates the influence of fintech on developments in China’s financial sector across 290 cities and 31 provinces between 2011 and 2018. Using a two-stage least squares instrumental variable regr...

    Authors: Tadiwanashe Muganyi, Linnan Yan, Yingkai Yin, Huaping Sun, Xiangbin Gong and Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:29
  8. Recent literature has addressed initial coin offering (ICO) projects, which are an innovative form of venture financing through cryptocurrencies using blockchain technology. Many features of ICOs remain unexpl...

    Authors: José Campino, Ana Brochado and Álvaro Rosa
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:17
  9. This paper investigates the role of Fibonacci retracements levels, a popular technical analysis indicator, in predicting stock prices of leading U.S. energy companies and energy cryptocurrencies. The study met...

    Authors: Ikhlaas Gurrib, Mohammad Nourani and Rajesh Kumar Bhaskaran
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:8
  10. We examine the dynamics of liquidity connectedness in the cryptocurrency market. We use the connectedness models of Diebold and Yilmaz (Int J Forecast 28(1):57–66, 2012) and Baruník and Křehlík (J Financ Econo...

    Authors: Mudassar Hasan, Muhammad Abubakr Naeem, Muhammad Arif, Syed Jawad Hussain Shahzad and Xuan Vinh Vo
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:3
  11. In this study, an investigation is conducted into the phenomenon of price clustering in Bitcoin (BTC) denominated in the Japanese yen (JPY). It answers two questions using tick-by-tick data. The first is wheth...

    Authors: Donglian Ma and Hisashi Tanizaki
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:4
  12. With the development of new technologies, some concepts become relevant in the economic area, as is the case with cryptocurrencies, in general, or Bitcoin and Ethereum, in particular. Due to the impact of thes...

    Authors: Francisco Javier García-Corral, José Antonio Cordero-García, Jaime de Pablo-Valenciano and Juan Uribe-Toril
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2022 8:2
  13. This study utilizes mediation analysis and bootstrapping to analyze the mediating effect of capital structure on the association between managerial ability and firm performance. The dataset consists of 6384 fi...

    Authors: Irene Wei Kiong Ting, Imen Tebourbi, Wen-Min Lu and Qian Long Kweh
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:89
  14. Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is a technique to measure the performance of decision-making units (DMUs). Conventional DEA treats DMUs as black boxes and the internal structure of DMUs is ignored. Two-stage D...

    Authors: Dariush Akbarian
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:73
  15. This study investigates the factors of Bitcoin’s tail risk, quantified by Value at Risk (VaR). Extending the conditional autoregressive VaR model proposed by Engle and Manganelli (2004), I examine 30 potential dr...

    Authors: Ji Ho Kwon
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:87
  16. This study considers the risk management of insurance policies in line with the implementation of the new International Financial Reporting Standards 17. It applies the paid-incurred chain method to model the ...

    Authors: Yixing Zhao, Rogemar Mamon and Heng Xiong
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:71
  17. We propose an empirical behavioral order-driven (EBOD) model with price limit rules, which consists of an order placement process and an order cancellation process. All the ingredients of the model are determi...

    Authors: Gao-Feng Gu, Xiong Xiong, Hai-Chuan Xu, Wei Zhang, Yongjie Zhang, Wei Chen and Wei-Xing Zhou
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:70
  18. This study examines the role of social connections and network centrality in attracting funders to crowdfunding campaigns. We classify social connections as either external (e.g., Facebook) or internal (e.g., ...

    Authors: Lihuan Guo, Wei Wang, Yenchun Jim Wu and Mark Goh
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:79
  19. This study reports on our systematic review of 2008–2021 literature on shadow banking. We present an overview of the shadow banking sector, wherein we discuss the definitions, evolution, functions, and specifi...

    Authors: Ridoy Deb Nath and Mohammad Ashraful Ferdous Chowdhury
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:68
  20. This paper examines the high frequency multiscale relationships and nonlinear multiscale causality between Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, Dash, Ripple, and Litecoin. We apply nonlinear Granger causality and rollin...

    Authors: Walid Mensi, Mobeen Ur Rehman, Muhammad Shafiullah, Khamis Hamed Al-Yahyaee and Ahmet Sensoy
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:75

    The Correction to this article has been published in Financial Innovation 2021 7:82

  21. This paper studies the effect of option trading on corporate investment and financing policies. Based on prior literature, I hypothesize that option market induces informed trading and thus reduces information...

    Authors: Keming Li
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:65
  22. The emergence and growing popularity of Bitcoins have attracted the attention of the financial world. However, few empirical studies have considered the inclusion of the newly emerged commodity asset in the gl...

    Authors: Yuze Li, Shangrong Jiang, Yunjie Wei and Shouyang Wang
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:63
  23. This study focuses on the Indian gold futures market where primary participants hold sentimental value for the underlying asset and are globally ranked number two in terms of the largest private holdings in th...

    Authors: Rupel Nargunam, William W. S. Wei and N. Anuradha
    Citation: Financial Innovation 2021 7:62