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Predictive ability of low-frequency volatility measures: Evidence from the Hong Kong stock markets
We employ low-frequency data to estimate historical volatility measures for Hong Kong stocks and examine the relationship between these measures and the one-month ahead stock return over thirty-five years. First, we employ ...
Good coups, bad coups: Evidence from Thailand's financial markets
(LLC "CPC "Business Perspectives", 2018-05-04)
This study investigates the short-run and long-run impact on Thailand's financial markets. Using daily data from the stock and foreign exchange markets during the period 2005 - 2017, the study shows (1) both coups in 2006 ...
Export stimuli, export stages and internationalization pathways: The case of Indonesian SMEs
(Universitas Indonesia, 2016-12)
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in developing countries are still constrained to seize the opportunity of trade liberalization as compared to their large counterparts. It has been argued that effective efforts ...
Government domestic debt, private sector credit, and crowding out effect in oil-dependent countries
(Hanyang Economic Research Institute, 2017)
Banks are more liquid, better capitalised, and more profitable in oil-dependent countries. However, bank credit to the private sector is relatively low as a percentage of GDP. The low level has been blamed, amongst other ...
Equity financing and debt-based financing: Evidence from Islamic microfinance institutions in Indonesia
(Elsevier BV, 2017-09-23)
This paper investigates the impact of Islamic microfinance on rural households' welfare in Indonesia. Using a survey questionnaire, this study explores two group of financing in Islamic microfinance, equity and debt-based ...