Journal of Financial Management & Analysis

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 1, January-June

Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in China: Evidence from a Two-Sector Model
IntroductionSince the implementation of economic reform and the open door policy in 1978, the Chinese economy has developed into a model of prosperity. China's infrastructure was improved, the commercial market was reactivated, and the Chinese people's...
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In a situation where total labour command (source of capital formation) is distributed in a way where W (referring to wage fund) - a highly productive asset - is greater than (R + P), referring to renteers and profiteers : non-productive asset, economies...
Formulation of a New Approach to Financial Statement Analysis Based on Divine Sai Baba (Shirdi) - Ethical Values of 16 ½ Number - - in the Scenario of Current Global Financial Crisis-Cummoral Bankruptcy
IntroductionThe subjects of insolvency, bank and company failures; corruption; bribery; frauds like accounts manipulation, forging of letters of credit (LCs)/bankers' receipts (BRs), etc. - - the norms of present-day business - - though very important,...
Impact of Foreign Institutional Investors on Dividend Policy in Korea: A Stock Market Perspective
IntroductionThe proportion of foreign institutional investors has gradually grown in the stock markets of developing countries as a result of financial globalization. This trend has led to an increasing concern as to whether these investors can influence...
Perspectives on the Securitization of Assets: Spanish Economy in Perspective*
IntroductionThere is no doubt that securitization can be considered as one of the principal causes of the current financial crisis, which began in 2007 and shows no reliable signs of ending, in Spain. It is no coincidence that the first symptoms of the...
Political Maneuverability and Product Costing Efficacy: Lessons from Rivers State Government-Owned Companies in Nigeria: Survey Findings
IntroductionMany experts across the world have cause to contend that economic growtii and development are better achieved when there is little or no government involvement in commercial and industrial activities. However, this is not yet tenable in many...
Political Risk and the Business Environment: An Examination of Core Challenges
IntroductionDuring the 19980s and 1990s, there were spates of government interventions in business operations of foreign companies, particularly in the then Eastern-block countries. Ford Motor Company had a very devastating experience when the government...
Poverty Alleviation through Micro Financing in Nigeria : Prospects and Challenges
IntroductionThe issue of micro finance or micro credit or small amount of money loaned to a person or a group of persons has become a topic of interest in the Nigerian finance industry and economy in general. This interest is as a result of the growing...
Testing the Kumara Swamy Theorem of Inflationary Gap in the Cypriot and Greek Economies - Research Findings
IntroductionThe financial stability contributes to the economic and social prosperity, and promotes the efficient allocation of resources. High and volatile inflation rates reduce the value of people's incomes and harm sustainable economic growth. Also,...
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