International Journal of Business

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 4, Fall

An Empirical Analysis of Cost Efficiencies in the Indian Banking Industry
I. INTRODUCTION The banking industry in India has come a long way from the nationalization of its banks in 1969 to the liberalization of the financial system since 1991. During the reform process that started in 1991, the banking sector was opened...
Is the Growth Potential of Stock Prices Underestimated? A Real Option Approach
I. INTRODUCTION: LIMITS OF THE DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW (DCF) VALUATION METHOD From a DCF point of view, the value of the firm (EV) corresponds to the present value of the future free cash flows (FCF), the discount rate used being the weighted average...
Observations on the Segmentation of Earthquake Insurance in Japan
Earthquake insurance in Japan is committed not only by private nonlife insurers But also by the Japanese government following devastating earthquakes such as the Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake in 1995 and the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. Recently,...
Trade Size and the Cross Section of Stock Returns: Informed versus Noise Traders in the Chinese Growth Enterprise Market
I. INTRODUCTION The trade characteristics of informed versus noise traders are of great research interest. DeLong, et al. (1990) theorize that noise traders could earn higher expected return than risk averse informed traders by creating more noise...
Turning Economic Inefficiencies Business Value: Lessons from the New Collaborative Technology
I. REDUCING INEFFICIENCIES: A PATH TO VALUE CREATION The first industrial revolution began in Britain with the mechanization of the textile industry. Tasks previously done by hand were replaced by machines and automation while several jobs were...
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