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Competently ordinary: new middle class consumers in the emerging markets
(American Marketing Association, 2014-07)
Although the new middle classes in emerging markets are a matter of significant interest for marketing scholars and managers, there has been little systematic research on their values and preoccupations. This article focuses ...
The degree of financial liberalization and aggregated stock-return volatility in emerging markets
In this study, we address whether the degree of financial liberalization affects the aggregated total volatility of stock returns by considering the time-varying nature of financial liberalization. We also explore channels ...
Does ADR listing affect the dynamics of volatility in emerging markets?
(Univerzita Karlova v Praze, 2010)
This paper analyzes the time-series variation in the return volatility of non-US stocks from emerging markets that are cross-listed on US exchanges. Unlike previous studies in the cross-listing literature, return volatility ...
Investigating the relationship between stock market returns and macroeconomic variables: evidence from developed and emerging markets
This study examines the links between the macroeconomic variables (real economic activity, inflation, interest rate, money supply and exchange rate) and stock prices for developed and emerging markets during the period ...
Consumers' use of country-of-manufacture information: Turkey versus the U.S.A.
(Allied Academies, 2016)
Globalization and the growth of international trade increase the importance of strategic decisions involving the positioning of brands for successful entry into foreign markets. One of these marketing decisions concerns ...
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 ...