Proceedings of the 8th Economics & Finance Conference, London

Authors Title Pages
ABDUL RAHIM SARAH , HYDER ASMA , MASOOD AHMED QAZI GOVERNANCE AND HAPPINESS: EVIDENCE FROM CITIZENS’ PERCEPTION IN PAKISTAN 1 - 21
BUDD BRUCE CANARIES IN THE COAL MINE. THE TALE OF TWO SIGNALS: THE VIX AND THE MOVE INDEXES. 22 - 32
ESCALANTE CESAR , SONG MINRONG PRE AND POST RECESSION INPUT ALLOCATION DECISIONS OF FARM CREDIT SYSTEM LENDING UNITS 33 - 44
KAŹMIERSKA-JÓŹWIAK BOGNA , WROŃSKA-BUKALSKA ELZBIETA EFFECT OF REPURCHASE ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE POLISH ALTERNATIVE STOCK MARKET 45 - 57
PIOTROWSKA ANNA IWONA , PIOTROWSKI DARIUSZ BARRIERS TO THE FUNCTIONING OF THE BITCOIN SYSTEM – USER ASSESSMENT 58 - 68
PIOTROWSKI DARIUSZ CHALLENGES AND BARRIERS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUKUK IN THE EUROPEAN CAPITAL MARKET 69 - 83
REDDA EPHREM HABTEMICHAEL , MUZINDUSTI PAUL-FRANCIOUS DOES SADC CONSTITUTE AN OPTIMUM CURRENCY AREA? EVIDENCE FROM GENERALISED PURCHASING POWER PARITY 84 - 98
SADAQAT MOHSIN , BUTT HILAL ANWAR ANOMALOUS RETURNS, RISK PREMIUMS AND DIVERSIFICATION: EVIDENCE FROM EMERGING MARKET 99 - 123
SEETANAH BOOPEN , TEEROOVENGADUM VIRAIYAN HIGHER EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: EVIDENCE FROM AFRICA 124 - 142
SHEAR FALIK , BUTT HILAL ANWAR , BADSHAH IMTIAZ AN ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SOVEREIGN CREDIT DEFAULT SWAPS AND THE STOCK MARKET OF PAKISTAN THROUGH HANDLING OUTLIERS 143 - 159
STAŃCZYK IZABELA PERCEPTION OF ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT BY EMPLOYEES - RESULTS OF RESEARCH 160 - 166
STRAUSS JACK DO HIGH SPEED RAILWAYS LEAD TO URBAN ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA? 167 - 199
STUSS MAGDALENA , HERDAN AGNIESZKA EXTERNAL EMPLOYER BRANDING TOOLS USED FOR ATTRACTING GRADUATES BY ENERGY COMPANIES LISTED AT WARSAW STOCK EXCHANGE 200 - 213
TASAWAR ANAM CORPORATE MONITORING MECHANISM AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE INFLUENCE CEO COMPENSATION LEVEL: EVIDENCE FROM NON-FINANCIAL FIRMS OF PAKISTAN 214 - 227
TAUSEEF SANA CROSS-SECTIONAL VARIATION IN STOCK RETURNS: EVIDENCE FROM AN EMERGING MARKET 228 - 257
ZUBIKOVA ADELA RESOURCE CURSE: CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA 258 - 269

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