European Research Studies

European Research Studies publishes articles on the economic and financial sectors in Europe.

Articles from Vol. 17, No. 2, April

An Investigation of Cointegration and Casualty Relationships between the PIIGS' Stock Markets
1. Introduction The aim of this paper is to investigate dynamic cointegrations among the PIIGS countries both in the short run and in the long run. The testing period is between January 2005 to December 2011 which covers the period before the financial...
Bad Government as a Reason of Recent Financial Crisis in Europe
1. Introduction Maybe nobody believed that occurrence of price bubble in the housing market in the United States, before 2007, and bursting them, in July 2007, is the origin of the most harmful recession in the world economy after the Great Depression...
Corporate Governance and Its Effect on Firm Value and Stock Returns of Listed Companies on the Athens Stock Exchange
1. Introduction The term Corporate Governance was barely presented before the decade of 90's, although unclassified and non-scientifically proved evidence exist since the date of Adam Smith. Unfortunately, the usage of Corporate Governance did not...
Financial Analysis of the Greek Private Health Sector over the Last Decade (2002-2012)
1. Introduction In this study we evaluate and test the usefulness of the information contained in the DuPont Financial Analysis Model adopting a contextual approach. For this purpose, we focus on the private health sector of Greece, and in particular...
Helsinki Corridors: Ways of European Expansion and Development
1. Introduction A new geopolitical situation--and a new situation for the transport sector--was created when the European Union enlarged with 10 countries of central and eastern Europe and the Mediterranean in May 2004. This historic enlargement...
Internet Financial Reporting Quality and Corporate Characteristics: The Case of Construction Companies Listed in Greek and Cypriot Stock Exchange
1. Introduction Internet is undoubtedly one of the most significant means of communication in our days. Its use enables the worldwide dissemination of information and encourages investments (Aly, Simon & Hussainey, 2010). In addition, it supports...
Residual Value and Its Importance in Concession Agreements for Infrastructure Problems
1. Introduction Residual Value constitutes an important parameter when assessing infrastructure projects viability during the investment analysis as well as during the Value for Money test for the public sector. In absolute terms Residual Value...
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