Finance and Financial Services



Adami R., O. Gough, and J. Waters (2008). The Effects of Age and Income on Retirement Decisions: A Comparative Analysis between Italy and the UK, Pensions: An International Journal, Vol.13, 3, 167-175.

Adami, R. and O. Gough (2008). Pension Reforms and Saving for Retirement: Comparing the United Kingdom and Italy, Policy Studies, Vol.29, 2, 119-135.

Benamraoui, A. (2008). Islamic Banking: The Case of Algeria, International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, Vol.1, 2, 113-131.

Benamraoui, A. (2008). An Analysis of Foreign Banks Financial Performance in the UK, Global Business and Economics Anthology, Vol.2, 42-53.

Ñíguez, T. M. (2008). Volatility and VaR Forecasting in the Madrid Stock Exchange, Spanish Economic Review, Vol.10, 169-196.

Nowman, K. B. and B. Yahia (2008). Euro and FIBOR Interest Rates: A Continuous Time Modelling Analysis, International Review of Financial Analysis, Vol.17, 1029-1035.

Elad, C. and M. Tumnde (2009). Bookkeeping and the Probative Value of Accounting Records: Savary’s Legacy Lingers on in the OHADA Treaty States”, International Journal of Critical Accounting, Vol.1, 1, 82-109.

Gough O. and R. Hick (2009). Employee Evaluations of Occupational Pensions, Journal of Employee Relations, Vol.31, 2, 158-167.

Gough, O. and M. Nulrullah (2009). Understanding What Drives the Purchase Decision in Pension and Investment Products, Journal of Financial Services Marketing, Vol.14, 2, 152-172.

Gough, O. and R. Hick (2009). Ethnic Minorities, Retirement Planning and Personal Accounts, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol.29, 9, 488-497.

Josiah, J, P. Motau and O. Othata (2009) “Understanding Corporate Governance Structural Changes: Case Study if the University of Botswana.” IPE Corporate Governance Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1.

Ñíguez, T. M., Perote, J., and Rubia, A. (2009). Are the High-Order Moments of the Assets Returns Distribution Forecastable?, Journal of Current Issues in Finance, Business and Economics, 2, 151-175.

Ñíguez, T. M., Perote, J., and Rubia, A. (2009). Forecasting the Unconditional and Conditional Kurtosis of the Asset Returns Distribution. In Economic Forecasting (Alan T. Molnar ed.). Nova Science Publishers Inc. New York.

Ñíguez, T. M., Del Brío, E. B., and Perote, J. (2009). Gram-Charlier Densities: A Multivariate Approach, Quantitative Finance, 9, 855-868.

Nowman, K. B. and Ñíguez, T. M. (2009). Estimating the Dynamics of Japanese Interest Rates, Asia Pacific Journal of Economics and Business, Vol.13, 3-13.

Nowman, K. B (2009). Rex Bergstrom’s Contributions to Continuous Time Macroeconometric Modeling, Econometric Theory, Vol.25, 4, 1087-109.

Benamraoui, A, and E. Çağlayan and Y. S. Yaşgül (2010) Causal Relationships between Financial Markets: The Case of Turkey, Middle Eastern Finance and Economics Journal, 6, 41-49.

Nowman, K. B. (2010) Modelling the UK and Euro Yield Curves Using the Generalized Vasicek Model: Empirical Results from Panel Data for one and Two Factor Models, International Review of Financial Analysis, 19, 5, 334-341.

Nowman, K. B. (2010) The Level-Effect in the Fed Funds Rate: 1954-2010, Empirical Economic Letters, 9, 10, 963-968

Nowman, K. B. and T. Shaw (2010) Continuous Time Short Rate Models: Evidence for the US” Empirical Economic Letters, 9, 7, 645-653

Brewer, M, O. Gough, and N. Shah, (2011) “Reconsidering Disclosure and Liability in the Transatlantic Capital Markets”, DePaul Business & Commercial Law Journal, 9, 257-292.

Dontis-Charitos, P, P. Molyneux, S. K. Staikouras (2011), Does the Stock Market Compensate Banks for Diversifying into the Insurance Business? Financial Markets, Institutions and Instruments, 20, 1, 1-28.

Elad, C and Herbohn, K (2011) Implementing Fair Value Accounting in the Agricultural Sector, Edinburgh, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.

Elad, C and Herbohn, K (2011) ‘Seeing the wood for the trees’, Chartered Accountants’ Magazine, 115:1254, 58-59

Elad, C (2011) ‘Editorial – African Accounting Studies’, International. Journal of Critical Accounting, 3: 2/3, 129-132

Gough O. and S. Arkani, (2011), “The Impact of the Shifting Pension Landscape on the Psychological Contract” Personnel Review Vol. 40 No 2. 173-184.

Kastrinou, A., Gough, O., and Shah, N. (2011), “Corporate Rescue in the UK and the Effect of the TUPE”, Company Lawyer, 32, 5, 131-137.

Del Brío, E. B., Ñíguez, T. M. and J. Perote (2011), Multivariate Semi-nonparametric Densities with Dynamic Conditional Correlations, International Journal of Forecasting 27, 347-364.

Ñíguez, T. M., and J. Perote (2011) A New Proposal for Computing Portfolio Value-at-Risk for Semi-nonparametric Distributions, International Journal of Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 5 (2), 85-92.

Nowman, K. B. (2011) “Gaussian Estimation of Continuous Time Diffusions of UK Interest Rates”, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 81, 1618-1624.

Nowman, K. B. (2011) “Estimation of One-, Two- and Three-Factor Generalized Vasicek Term Structure Models for Japanese Interest Rates using Monthly Panel Data”, Applied Financial Economics, 21, 1069-1078.

Sivaprasad, S and Y. G. Muradoglu, (2011) “Capital Structure and Returns” in Capital Structure & Corporate Financing Decisions: Theory, Evidence and Practice (Eds.) H. K. Baker and G. S. Martin, John Wiley, May.

Sivaprasad, S and Y. G. Muradoglu, (2012) “Using Firm Level Leverage as an Investment Strategy”, Journal of Forecasting, 31, 3, 260-279

Sivaprasad, S and Y. G. Muradoglu (2012), ‘Capital Structure and Abnormal Returns’, International Business Review, 21, 3, 328-341.

Gough, O. and Adami, R. (2012). Welfare Systems and Adequacy of Pension Benefits in Europe, Social Policy and Society, 11,1, 41-53.

Gough, O. and Adami, R. (2013). Saving for Retirement: A Review of Ethnic Minorities in the UK, Social Policy and Society, 12, 1, 147-161.Adami, R. and

Gough, O. and Theophilopoulou, A. (2013). The Effect of Labour Earnings on Post Retirement Income, Journal of Economic Studies, 40, 3, 284-297.

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