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Research curation: intersectional structuring of consumption
(Oxford University Press, 2018)
The auditor’s opinion modifications around domestic and global financial crises
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of company characteristics such as the level of financial distress, client size and type of auditor on the propensity to issue modified audit opinions and ...
Purchase order financing: credit, commitment, and supply chain consequences
We study a supply chain where a retailer buys from a supplier who faces financial constraints. Informational problems about the supplier’s demand prospects and production capabilities restrict her access to capital. By ...
Millennials’ career attitudes: The roles of career anchors and psychological empowerment
(Human Resource Management Academic Research Society, 2018-06)
This study examines the mediating effect Millennials’ psychological empowerment perceptions on the relationship between their career anchors (technical/functional competence, general managerial competence, autonomy/independence, ...
Do group and organizational identification help or hurt intergroup strategic consensus?
(SAGE Publications, 2018)
Implementing strategy demands an organizationwide effort, where teams should not operate in isolation. A challenge many organizations face in implementing their strategy is eradicating silo thinking and creating shared ...
A tale of two risks in the EMU sovereign debt markets
(Elsevier B.V., 2018-09-01)
We introduce time-varying systematic yield risk (SYR) and systematic liquidity risk (SLR) measures for sovereign bond markets of the major European Monetary Union (EMU) country members. Using daily sovereign bond data, our ...
Health information and life-course smoking behavior: evidence from Turkey
We investigate whether individuals are less likely to start and more likely to quit smoking in years when newspapers publish more articles about the health risks of smoking. With data from 9030 respondents to the 2008 ...
It's not my job: compensatory effects of procedural justice and goal setting on proactive preventive behavior
(Cambridge University Press, 2018)
In two experiments, we examined the function of procedural justice in signaling individuals' value to the group by arguing that individuals treated fairly are more likely to engage in proactive preventive behavior, a ...
Implied volatility indices: a review and extension in the Turkish case
We re-visit the model-free methodology of the new VIX, and review how its counterparts are estimated empirically across the world. Then, we modify its parameter selection procedure for it to be compatible with the ...
The impact of decision types on revenue management decisions: an experimental study
(Blackwell Publishing, 2018)
In the standard two-class revenue management model, the decision maker allocates a fixed resource between two customer classes with hierarchical prices and uncertain demand. The normative (i.e., expected revenue-maximizing) ...