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The aim of the Global Economy and Finance Journal (GEFJ))  is to support and publish  scholarly work that contributes to the body of knowledge . It publishes both theoretical and empirical scholarly papers and case studies relating to broad filed of economics, banking, finance  and related disciplines. Another aim is to create modern literature relating to above fields of research.

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ISSN: 1834-5883 (Print) and ISSN: 1834-5891 (Online)

Volume 3 Number 2 September 2010    ISSN 1834-5883

              Contents

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Author

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1         

       Investment risk tolerance, before and after recent financial tsunami: A survey in Hong Kong:

Chris Wang-Wai Chen and Thomas Wai-kee Yuen

 
2

Forecasting Financial Stocks using Data Mining:

Luna C. Tjung, Ojoung Kwon,      K. C. Tseng and Jill Bradley-Geist.

 
3

Does bad economic news play a greater role in shaping investors’ expectations  Than good news?:

Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani

 
4

The Simplest Model of Financial Crisis:

James M. Haley

 
5

Value-at-Risk Disclosure and Cost of Equity Capital:

 Hanmei Chen

 
6

Comovement of Asian Stock Markets and the U.S. Influence:

Jin Woo Park.

 
7

Real Interest Rates and Fiscal Policy: a Global Study:

Ellis Heath

 
8

Financial Systems and Economic Performance: A cross country analysis:    

Yasuhiro Yonezawa* and A.A.Azeez

 
9

External Debt and Macroeconomics Performance In Malaysia: Sustainable  Or Not?

Nanthakumar Loganathan, Muhammad Najit Sukemi and Nur Azura   Sanusi

 
10

Response Asymmetry of Latin American Stock Markets to the U.S. Money  Market:

Priti Verma and Rahul  Verma

 
11

Volatility spillover and time-varying conditional correlation between the  European and US stock markets:

Ling Xiao1 and Gurjeet Dhesi

 
12

Bubble and Burst: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Financial Instability:     

 Mohammad Abdul Washad Emambocus* and Gurjeet Dhesi.

 
13

Comments on Predatory Lending Behaviour:

Po Yu Lin and Gurjeet Dhesi..

 
14

Scenario Presentation and the Capital Budgeting Decision:

Eric Terry

 
15

Impact of Legal Environment on Bank Performance: An Empirical Study from   a Developing Country:

Anh Tuan Tran.

 
16

The Opportunity Cost of Entrepreneurial Labor And Dominant Financial   Contracts

William Lim, Muhammad Rashid and Md. Maksudur Rahman   Sarker.

 
17

 The adopting of the Compliance Program in Italian groups quoted at Italian  Stock  Exchange:  

Simona Alfiero* and Silvana Secinaro

 
18

Bangladeshi Lending-Deposit Rate Spread: An Econometric Analysis:   

Chu V. Nguyen, Anisul M. Islam, and Muhammad Mahboob Ali

 
19

Conditions for Success: The Importance of Legal Governance in the  Privatization Process:

       Houcem Smaoui.  

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