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Should cross-border banking benefit from the financial safety net?
Using bank-level data from 84 countries, we find that a higher degree of bank internationalization is associated with higher interest expenses. Internationalization is proxied by a bank's share of foreign liabilities in ...
Analysis of cross-country variations in the depth of European mortgage markets
(Springer Science+Business Media, 2016-09)
To date, quantitative analysis on the depth of mortgage markets across a broad set of countries has been very limited. This paper uses a rich and balanced data set on 31 European countries to investigate the cross-country ...
Turn-of-the-month effect: New evidence from an emerging stock market
This paper analyzes the turn-of-the-month (ToM) effect in Turkish equity returns. We show that the ToM effect is strongly significant in BIST100 index over 1988–2014, and distinct from other calendar anomalies. In particular, ...
Modeling heterogeneity in the satisfaction, loyalty intention and shareholder value linkage: a cross industry analysis at the customer and firm level
(American Marketing Association, 2016-02)
This study examines the relationship between customer satisfaction, loyalty intention and shareholder value at the firm and individual customer level. The authors also explore industry differences by using a multilevel and ...
The economic effects of owner distance and local property management in US office markets
(Oxford Publishing, 2016-07-04)
This paper is one of the first empirical studies to investigate the role of owner proximity or distance on the performance of commercial real estate and it is the first to analyze the economic benefits of property management ...
Construction, real estate mortgage market development and economic growth in Turkey
In line with the "economic sectors" definition of the Turkish Statistical Institute (2013), it is possible to define the overall real estate (RE) sectors in terms of two main components, the construction industry and other ...
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