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ISSN (Print) 1913-9004 - ISSN (Online) 1913-9012
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  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for International Business Research, Vol. 15,
           No. 5

    • Abstract: Reviewer Acknowledgements for International Business Research, Vol. 15, No. 5, 2022
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 01:41:45 +000
       
  • A Conditioned Forecasting Model: A-priori Screening Validation Testing

    • Abstract: Context The forecasting literature over the last three decades documents that judgmental conditions on the performance of the forecasting model are often used to rationalize the acceptance of the intel from a forecasting model that will be used in creating an action-plan. However, rarely are these judgmental-conditioning protocols recorded as they should be to intelligently process the interactions of the conditioning protocols with possible adjustments made in the forecasts. Focus In this research report, we will offer, four judgmental conditioning aspects that are not infrequently used by managers of forecasting divisions. Specifically, the acceptance contingencies of a forecasting model under evaluation scrutiny are: (i) The desired magnitude of the Median benchmarked Precision is in evidence, (ii) The Holdback is in the (1-FPE) Confidence Interval, (iii) The Pearson Product Moment Correlation-Null of the residuals is not rejected, and (iv) The Autocorrelation-Null of the residuals is not rejected. Each of these four conditioning aspects will be evaluated for two standard models typically in the panoply of forecasters: The Two-Parameter [Intercept & Slope] Linear OLS-Regression & the ARIMA(0, 2, 2)/Holt models. The measure of interest for ALL of the selected inferential analyses is: How often do selections among these conditioning aspects result in the forecasting model being rejected as informing the decision-making process' Results Surprisingly, the range of Failures for the conditions tested ranged grosso modo in the interval:{40% to 80%}depending on the nature of the Conditions. These implications are discussed.
      PubDate: Wed, 20 Apr 2022 00:04:13 +000
       
  • Measurement and Difference Analysis of Total Factor Productivity of
           Strategic Emerging Enterprises in China

    • Abstract: Improving the total factor productivity of strategic emerging enterprises is of great significance for promoting the optimization and upgrading of the industrial structure and achieving high-quality economic development. Based on the data of 2,760 strategic emerging enterprises of China a-share listed companies from 2014 to 2016, this study uses Levinsohn and Pertrin(LP) method to measure the total factor productivity of China's strategic emerging enterprises, and analyzes regional differences in total factor productivity of strategic emerging enterprises. The results showed that during the sample study period, the total factor productivity of China's strategic emerging enterprises decreases first and then increases. From the perspective of different regions, the total factor productivity of strategic emerging enterprises in the four regions showed a "stepwise distribution", the total factor productivity of strategic emerging enterprises in the East, Central and Western regions showed a downward trend, and the total factor productivity of strategic emerging enterprises in the central region showed a downward trend and then an upward trend. From the perspective of regional heterogeneity, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Shandong, Jiangsu and other provinces have higher total factor productivity of strategic emerging enterprises. However, the total factor productivity of strategic emerging enterprises in Xinjiang, Gansu, Guangxi, Yunnan, Shaanxi and other provinces and cities is low. In order to promote the total factor productivity of strategic emerging enterprises, we can increase R&D investment, link financing constraint and pay attention to regional development differences.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Apr 2022 09:04:15 +000
       
  • Stock Return Jumps and Tail Risk Assessment: The Case of European Non-Euro
           Banking Sectors

    • Abstract: This study investigates the linkages between stock return jumps, volatilities, and tail risks in European non-euro banking sectors over the period 2005−2020. As a result, our examinations derive the following significant findings. First, for European non-euro banking sectors, in extending EGARCH models, taking bidirectional stock return jumps into consideration is always effective. Second, for European non-euro banking sector stocks, in extending EGARCH models, incorporating skewed and fat-tailed or fat-tailed densities is also effectual. In addition, our additional analyses further find that when taking bidirectional return jumps into account, the volatility estimates from our extended EGARCH models more precisely capture the tail risks in European non-euro banking sector stocks. This signifies that if we ignore bidirectional stock return jumps, we will undervalue the levels of tail risks when stock prices of international banking sectors plunge.
      PubDate: Mon, 18 Apr 2022 02:31:32 +000
       
  • The Effect of COVID-19 Fear Sentiment on Banks’ Performance in
           Emerging Markets

    • Abstract: The current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic is poking fear of falling sick, dying, and stigma. Urgent and timely understanding of explaining bank performance with a pandemic sentiment is needed, especially, the literature presented little evidence of this issue.Hence, the researchers investigate the impact of the fear sentiment, measured by a Country Fear Index (CFI) on banks’ performance daily since the onset of the crisis. In addition, we demonstrate the impact of investor assessment, measured through the price-to-book value ratio, on the banks’ performance for 10 emerging markets, focusing on MENA and BRICS countries.We find that the stock performance of banks in emerging markets counties was significantly driven by investors’ irrational fear sentiment. The results reveal the impact significance of CFI on the performance of bank stocks, most notably on the risk side. Hence, results indicate that CFI can be used to predict bank stocks’ risk during crises.
      PubDate: Mon, 18 Apr 2022 02:28:18 +000
       
  • Opportunities and Advantages of Agricultural Reform and Opening up in
           Guinea

    • Abstract: Guinean agriculture has important assets that offer many opportunities to accelerate growth and create sustainable jobs in the agricultural sector. This potential has the ability both to ensure the food self-sufficiency of the Guinean population and to generate significant export revenues, especially thanks to the opportunities and advantages that pave the way for profitable investments because reforms bring added value. Identified as a priority growth sector along with those of energy and mining, agriculture has recently begun a trend towards diversification with the revival of several agricultural sectors. This vision is based first of all on a national situation of peace and prosperity supported by justice and solidarity between the various components of the Guinean nation, with a public administration at the service of agricultural development, characterized by values of good governance, a human capital conducive to the emergence, a national wealth equitably shared between the different socio-professional strata and between the territories of the nation, a sustainable living environment favorable to current and future generations and a significant and unanimously recognized contribution to the positive transformation of Guinean agriculture towards the rest of the world. It is in this logic that we demonstrate the opportunities and advantages of reforming and opening up agriculture in our country.
      PubDate: Mon, 18 Apr 2022 02:24:31 +000
       
  • Analysis of the Determining Factors of Financial Distress (A Case Study at
           PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero)

    • Abstract: Economic misery is a circumstance in which the debtor can not satisfy his/her duties to creditors after they fall due. economic distress is the country of the company experiencing economic problems and is threatened with financial ruin. The motive of this study become to decide the impact of Capital Adequacy Ratio (vehicle), Operational costs on working profits (BOPO), Non appearing Loans (NPL), loan to Deposite Ratio (LDR), and go back On belongings (ROA) on monetary distress. This studies changed into conducted at PT (restrained enterprise) bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. The number of samples is 32 with purposive sampling method. information became gathered using a documentation method, specifically through quarterly monetary document data from 2013-2020 posted at the monetary offerings Authority internet site, www.o.k.go.identity. The effects of speculation testing suggest that the Capital Adequacy Ratio (vehicle) variable has a positive impact on economic misery. Operational fees on running profits (BOPO) have a nice impact on economic distress. Non-appearing loan (NPL) has a terrible effect on financial misery. mortgage to deposit ratio (LDR) has a terrible impact on monetary distress. return on belongings (ROA) has a high quality impact on economic distress. therefore, Capital Adequacy Ratio (automobile), Operational price to operating profits (BOPO), Non acting mortgage (NPL), loan to Deposit Ratio (LDR), and return On assets (ROA) simultaneously affect economic distress.
      PubDate: Mon, 18 Apr 2022 02:17:44 +000
       
  • The Effect of Sustainable Human Resource Management on Achieving
           Sustainable Employee Performance: An Empirical Study

    • Abstract: The research investigated the nature of the relationship between the components of sustainable HRM and sustainable employee performance. 400 surveys were distributed to the participants, who work in the UAE industrial sector. They returned 333 valid usable questionnaires for a response percentage of 83.2%. The results showed that there is a significant correlation between the components of sustainable HRM and sustainable employee performance. The researcher also offers a discussion, practical and managerial implications, research limitations, and future research suggestions.
      PubDate: Thu, 07 Apr 2022 02:14:35 +000
       
  • The Mechanism of Employee Empowerment in Enhancing Service Innovation

    • Abstract: The paper explores the value of employee empowerment as a technique for enhancing service innovation. The goal of this research is to examine some of the most notable studies on empowerment and its impact on service innovation. As part of soft TQM, empowerment has become one of the most widely employed competitive techniques in the internal environment of organizations to improve performance through enhancing service innovation. The primary purpose of empowerment is to provide employees a sense of involvement in decision-making inside organizations to help them achieve their objectives. In the literature, some investigations explored the correlation between employee empowerment and service innovation. Hence, the purpose of this article is to review previously published studies in the literature to pave the way for future empirical studies in various settings.
      PubDate: Thu, 07 Apr 2022 02:11:30 +000
       
 
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