Journal of Money, Investment and Banking

Issue 25
September 2012

Location Choices under PMBDS Effect: A Case Study of Coffes-Specialty Firms Entry into Taiwan Market
Cheng-Chang Chang and Ya-Tang Yang
6-20

Does Investment Bank Reputation Matter? the Influence of High-Reputable Investment Banks on Stock Performance
Bünyamin ER
21-35

Determinants of Credit Risk Derivatives use by the European Banking Industry
Luís Otero González, Luís Ignacio Rodríguez Gil, Sara Fernández López and María Milagros Vivel Búa
36-58

The Effect of Macroenomic Factors on the Performance of Azerbaijan Banking System
Elmir Safarli and Guluzar Kurt Gumush
59-69

Broker’s Order-Routing Practice, Execution Cost, and Market Share for NYSE-Listed Stocks: Evidence from Quarterly Earnings Announcements in 1997-1998
Hsiao-Fen Yang and Jiun-Lin Chen
70-84

Evaluating the Productive Efficiency of Islamic and Conventional Banks in GCC Countries
Chawki EL Moussawi, Hassan Obeid and Ahmad Salloum
85-98

Economic Policy Uncertainty and Stock Market Performance: Evidence from the European Union, Croatia, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine
Vichet Sum
99-104

An Empirical Study on Determining Nominal Yield of CPI Indexed Bonds
Mehmet Islamoglu, Orhan Bozkurt and Bünyamin Topçu
105-118

A Note on Idiosyncratic Risk Measure
Yin-Ching Jan and Jerry M. C. Wang
119-123

Cointegration and Causality between Social Performance and Economic Performance in Microfinance: Evidence from Grameen Bank
Lansana Bangoura
124-138

Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria
Uwem Essia and Joseph Onyema
139-148

The Availability of the Dimensions of Corporate Governance and its Impact in Promoting the Organizational Learning in Commercial Banks Operating in Jordan
Eyad Taha Al-Rawashdeh
149-170

Predictive Ability of Earnings and Cash Flows: Evidence from Turkish Firms’ Cash Flow Statements Prepared by IAS 7
Rabia Aktas and Sibel Kargin
171-180

Is the Mongolian Equity Market Efficient? Empirical Evidence from Tests of Weak-Form Efficiency
Lim Kai Jie Shawn, Pavneet Chadha, Lau Joshua and Nishad Potdar
181-193

The Causality Relationship between Accounting Earnings and Stock Returns in the Light of Value Relevance Theory
Yasemin Deniz Akarim, Sibel Celik and Emin Zeytinoglu
194-198