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Jul 09, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Threshold Effects of R&D Intensity on Enterprise Performance from the Perspective of Scientific Research Achievements Transformation Ability

Yuequn Wei, Guiping Bao
Based on the listed company data of high-tech enterprise of manufacturing industry from year 2012 to 2016, this paper analyzed the no-linear effect of R&D intensity on firm performance with different ability of R&D achievements transformation. The empirical results show that the R&D input intensity has a double threshold effect on the capability of R&D achievement conversion. When the conversion ability of R&D achievement is lower

May 31, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Gabon Wood Industry and Chinese Companies Activities

Aba’a Ondo Yoan, Yongji Xue, Mesmin Junior Mbyamm Kiki
The investments made by the Asian companies, in particular, the Chinese companies in the forestry sector in Gabon over the past fifteen years, appear each day more and more important. These companies are indeed specialized in the buyout of multinationals, permit or to Gabonese capital and companies in the business of “farming” with forest concessions of national operators. In this paper, we are going to a

Feb 26, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Brief Analyses of Technical Barriers to Trade— Based on the Case of Lighters in Wenzhou

Xianping Yuan, Yuanyuan Zhang
Since China joined the world trade organization, trade friction causes of technical barriers to trade has increased year by year. In recent years, Chinese enterprises face trade disputes continuously increase in number and type, this is the inevitable result of the development of international trade, China export structure and other special factors related to system level. Relevant enterprises should adopt correspondin

Jan 17, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Targeted Sensitization as a Strategy to Reducing Loan Default in Microfinance Bank Operations in Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria

Shuaib Jalaludeen, Ferdinand Che, Fatima Jalal-Eddeen
Background: In Nigeria and other developing countries, the main reason for poverty and uneven income and wealth distribution is low economic growth performance and low labor returns amongst others. The growing gap between the rich and the poor in the developing countries is alarming hence the need for government and policy makers to focus more toward ensuring a fair distribution of wealth among its populace. Although progress has

Apr 25, 2017Open    AccessArticle

How to Model Noise Traders Investors Using Prospect Theory

Elder M. Silva, Lydiane Takimoto
Looking at stock market composition you will see investor which carry their positions for a long time, as well a bunch of investors that change their position many times within a day. The investor which negotiates using intraday strategy is well known as: noise traders (the day trader’s). The ways their behavior is simulated into the economic theory today using rules of thumbs for them, and in

Dec 30, 2016Open    AccessArticle

The Impact of Fiscal Policy on Investment in Libya (2000-2015)

Mustafa Khalifa Thawadi El. Hamoudi
The fiscal policy effect on the investment spending in Libya is a study of the simple connection test which is a detailed study because it covers the period 2000-2015 and it selects the multiple regression model in a study to evaluate the effect of the fiscal policy on the investment spending by using the gross domestic product, the government spending. In this study, some of the related literature has been discussed and it has be

Dec 13, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Crowdfunding and Crowdmicrofinance, an Evolution of Models for Entrepreneurship of the Poor

Laurence Attuel-Mendes
After the boom of microfinance, we witness boom of crowdfunding. Thus, it is interesting to study their interactions. Benefiting both of a rich historic heritage, these two notions, even though non-synonymous, aim at similar goals. Funding of the economy for the latter poverty alleviation and financial eradication for the former—in its welfarist definition—make it quite logical that these two notions meet to serv

Dec 09, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Conditional Correlations and Volatility Spillovers between Crude Oil and Stock Index Returns of Middle East Countries

Nagmi M. Moftah Aimer
This paper reveals the conditional correlations and fluctuation spillovers between oil price shocks and stock markets indices in Middle East countries, over the period from March 2000 to March 2015, by using the BEKK-GARCH, DCC-GARCH models. The results show strong evidence of fluctuation spillovers between the price of WTI to all exporting and oil importing stock indexes. The results further show that the estimates of the conditi

Sep 05, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Potentials of the Groundnut Sector towards Achieving Food Security in Senegal

Ndiaye Georges, Shaoyong Fang, Mukete Beckline, Ye Wu
In this paper, we assess the potentials of the groundnut producing sector in Senegal. The paper also identifies possible strategies to implement in order to fully benefit from this sector and its role in achieving food security. A comprehensive scientific literature review was carried out to ascertain the unexploited potentials of this sector. Using this approach, we found out that several unexploited potentials existed along the

Feb 19, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Spillover Effects in Major Equity Markets: A GARCH BEKK Approach

Chengda Liu
Based on the equity market return in the US, UK, Hong Kong and Japan, this study examines the spillover effects among these markets. VAR models, Granger causality tests, impulse response functions, GARCH (1, 1) models and GARCH BEKK models are conducted in this study. The conclusion of the empirical result is twofold, for the VAR models, past performance of the US market is always affecting the market return in the UK, Hong Kong and Japan. Connection in East Asian market and connection of Japane...