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entrepreneur,entrepreneurship, company founders, motivation, background
entrepreneurship, success, failure, venture capital, financing, company founders
Open book management, Financial management, Financial performance
Multinational Companies, Internationalization Theory, Classification Systems
gold, psychological barrier, behavioural finance
Cashflows, Capex, Japan, pecking order,
Banking, Financial Liberalization, Interest Rate Risk, Korea
public pensions, defined benefit pensions, estimated returns, public policy, pension underfunding, finance and culture
NAFTA, Cointegration, Financial Market Integration
FPI, home bias, culture, gravity models
Currency Markets, Sequential Information Arrival, Return Volatility, Trading Volume
Superannuation systems, Pension systems, Pension reforms, Inequality, Redistribution, Demographics, Gender economics, Culture, Social trust, Political voice, accountability
superannuation systems, pension systems, pension reforms, inequality, redistribution, demographics, gender economics, culture, social trust, political voice and accountability
Purchasing Power Parity, Currency Union, Exchange Rates, Caribbean, Currency Bloc
Intellectual Property, Technology Strategy, R&D, Counterfeiting
Scholarly Publishing, Finance Careers, Role Models, Lotka's Power Law, Academic Life Cycles
Dividend policy, Japan, Corporate Governance, Business Groups, Tunneling, Panel Data Models
financial institutions, banks, financial markets, universal banks, comparative financial systems, legal traditions, uncertainty avoidance, trust, property rights
panel data estimates, time-series and cross-sectional effects, econometrics, financial institutions, banks, financial markets, comparative financial systems, legal traditions, uncertainty avoidance, trust, property rights
governance, environment, strategy
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exchange rates; forward bias; market rationality; under-reaction
Economic Planning, Regulation, Industry Guidance
Integration, Kalman Filter, EMU, Cointegration
MNEs, India, Indian FDI, Globalness
financial institutions, banks, financial markets, pensions, demographics, emerging markets, legal systems, uncertainty avoidance, social trust, property rights, corruption
gold, gold forward rate, behavioural, forecast errors, forecast revisions, pessimism, overreaction, Exchange Traded Funds
ADR Firms, Dividend Sgnaling, Earnings, Information Environment
Asia, Basket Exchange Rates, Currency Pegs, Exchange Rate Regimes
Governance, Transparency, Disclosure levels, National culture, Legal origin, Financial architecture
Banking; Economic development; Financing; Access to finance; National culture; Social trust; Gender development; Gender discrimination
Very High Speed Trains, Bullet Trains, Regional Economic Growthy, Urban Economics
Corporate Ownership, Transparency, Disclosure levels, National culture, Legal origin, Financial architecture, Social trust, Governance, Self dealing
Health Care Economics, Healthcare System Reform, Pricing, Quality, Incentives
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forward rates; rational forecasts
Capital Investments, Capital Budgeting, Corporate Valuation, Financing
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Exchange Rate Exposure, Foreign Exchange Risk, Currency Exposure, Currency Risk
India, Transactions Costs, Mergers and Acquisition,
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