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Mapping the Sustainable Human-Resource Challenges in Southeast Asia’s FinTech Sector

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 307, p 307 (2022)

Abstract:The significance of human resources (HRs) has increased with the increasing awareness of sustainability issues and corporate social responsibility. However, the rapidly emerging financial technology (FinTech) sector still presents an HR challenge. Sout...

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Informal Finance: A Boon or Bane for African SMEs?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 270, p 270 (2022)

Abstract:The aim of this study was to ascertain what can be done by the informal finance sector to close the credit gap in order to improve access to finance by SMEs. SMEs are the backbone of many economies as a result of generating employment and improving GDP...

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Evidence of Abnormal Trading on COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine Development Information

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 299, p 299 (2022)

Abstract:The 2019 COVID-19 pandemic led to an economic slowdown worldwide and shook the investment world. Pharmaceutical investments were influenced by the anticipation of COVID-19 vaccine developments. Our study examines the real-time impact of public announce...

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The Evolution of Job Lock in the U.S.: Evidence from the Affordable Care Act

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 296, p 296 (2022)

Abstract:Since at least the early 1990s, economists have found substantial evidence of “job lock” in the United States: workers who get health insurance from their employer are less likely to switch jobs. Early work showed stronger job lock among groups that pl...

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Russia’s War in Ukraine: Consequences for European Countries’ Businesses and Economies

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 295, p 295 (2022)

Abstract:Companies and countries have needed to adapt their activities to the consequences of the Russian war in Ukraine. The analysis in this article shows that both the Russian war in Ukraine and the subsequent trade restrictions have become a powerful trigge...

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A Procedure to Set Prices and Select Inventory in Thinly Traded Markets Using Data from eBay

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 297, p 297 (2022)

Abstract:Prices respond to equate supply and demand. However, price-setting in low-volume or “thin” markets is a challenge as is determining which items to carry. We present an algorithm that takes into account a store’s fixed costs, the cost of goods sold, pri...

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Developing an Impact-Focused Typology of Socially Responsible Fund Providers

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 298, p 298 (2022)

Abstract:The concept of investor impact of socially responsible investments is relatively new. Our article expands knowledge in this field by analyzing how investor impact is implemented in the ethical investment policies of 45 providers of publicly traded, soc...

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Board Characteristics and the Insolvency Risk of Non-Financial Firms

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 303, p 303 (2022)

Abstract:How do board characteristics influence the risk of bankruptcy? We study this question by estimating classic Z-Score models using panel data comprising 2519 listed non-financial firms from 29 European countries over the 2012–2020 period. We found that b...

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Zombie Firms during and after Crisis

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 301, p 301 (2022)

Abstract:The phenomenon of zombie firms is gaining the attention of economists across different countries of the world; the increased interest is particularly evident after periods of economic crises. In our study, we focus on the development of zombie firms in...

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A Discourse on Foresight and the Valuation of Explicit and Tacit Synergies in Strategic Collaborations

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 15, Iss 305, p 305 (2022)

Abstract:One of the most important questions in business partners’ collaboration is whether their strategies create a collaborative synergy and thus add market value. This paper aims to develop a conceptual framework that will be useful for scholars and practit...

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