Journal of Business Economics and Management

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 5, November

A Growth Model for the Quadruple Helix
1. Introduction Wishing to contribute to the growing literature on innovation economies, we develop a R&D-based growth model with productive public expenditure in order to provide the Quadruple Helix (QH) innovation concept with a theoretical...
Developing a Hybrid Data Mining Approach Based on Multi-Objective Particle Swarm Optimization for Solving a Traveling Salesman Problem
1. Introduction A traveling salesman problem (TSP) is a traditional and well-known optimization problem in the field of operations research. There are n cities and distances between cities are specific and known. In this paper, a symmetric TSP is...
Forecasting Gold Price Changes by Using Adaptive Network Fuzzy Inference System
1. Introduction Gold price plays a significant role in economical and monetary systems. The price of gold and other assets are often closely correlated (Corti, Holliday 2010). For example, the link between gold and equities is usually negative,...
Integrated Assessment of Competitive-Strategy Selection with an Analytical Network Process
1. Introduction Since implementing an open-door policy in 1978, China has witnessed dramatic growth in the large amounts of inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into China. China has replaced the United States, becoming the largest recipient...
Research on Futures Trend Trading Strategy Based on Short Term Chart Pattern
1. Introduction In recent years the application of trading algorithms and computational analysis in financial markets has attracted attention of many scientists and researchers. The interest in high frequency trading, online trading algorithms and...
Revisiting the Role of External Debt in Economic Growth of Developing Countries
1. Introduction The issues related to capital flight through foreign direct investment and the importance of external debt has started to gain the concern of policy-makers, investors and academics. Several studies that have analyzed the impact of...
SMEs' Investment Determinants: Empirical Evidence Using Quantile Approach
1. Introduction Various theories have tried to explain firm investment. Neoclassical Theory, Free Cash Flow Theory and Agency Theory are particularly important in this context. According to Neoclassical Theory (Hall, Jorgenson 1967; Jorgenson...
Systemic Risk in Taiwan Stock Market
1. Introduction Many financial crises have resulted from systemic risk which is caused by idiosyncratic distress, leading to the crunch of the whole system. The interaction between financial distress and systemic risk due to the effect of idiosyncratic...
The Relative Efficiency of Education and R&D Expenditures in the New EU Member States
1. Introduction Each nation's future wealth and competitive position in the globalised world depends increasingly on its ability to create and absorb knowledge. An essential feature of knowledge is that it requires human capital (educated persons)...
Trademark Activity and the Market Performance of U.S. Commercial Banks
1. Introduction Banks innovate and respond to customers' initiatives and needs by offering new products and services, yet few of these innovations are patentable. Rather they are quite easy for other banks to imitate or replicate. How then can innovative...
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