Working paper series
Our Working Paper Series (WPS) aims to disseminate research output from departmental staff and doctoral students at Westminster Business School.
Working Papers constitute work-in-progress research. They are published to stimulate discussion and contribute to the spread of knowledge across a wide range of research areas.
All papers will be published electronically.
Franz Buscha, Matt Dickson
Issam Malki, Pablo Lucas
|2018/003||Issam Malki, Francesca Schmidt-Fischer, Imran Hussain Shah||The Portfolio Balance Channel: An Analysis on the impact of Quantitative Easing on the US Stock Market|
How to submit your paper
Before submitting your paper, you should contact your relevant Departmental Research Leader for approval. Once you have the endorsement of your Departmental Research Leader send your paper to Rebeca Muñoz ([email protected]).
Economics and Quantitative Methods
Giorgio Di Pietro
Leadership and Professional Development
Business Information Management and Operations
Accounting, Finance and Governance
Marketing and Business Strategy
The series does not adopt a particular style, but here are some general guidelines.
- Use a concise and recognised writing style.
- Line spacing should be 1.5; text should be justified with normal margins.
- Papers should include a full list of references for works cited.
- Harvard style of referencing is preferred.
- Submit papers in PDF format.
- The cover page should include: (i) the paper title, name of author(s), institutional affiliation(s) and email address(es); (ii) a short abstract of no more than 200 words and (iii) Up to five keywords.
- The Moment Expansions: A Semi-nonparametric Method with Applications for Risk Management, by Trino-Manuel Niguez, Javier Perote
- Dynamics of Knowledge Sharing in a Cross-Cultural Environment, by Suleman A. Lodhi, Elayne Coakes
- The next generation of the web: an organisational perspective, by Fefie Dotsika
- Are eco-tourists different? A study of marketing communications effectiveness in destination selection, by Dr Jane Chang, Jacqueline Lynch
- Intuitive perception and the competitive advantage of small family businesses: An exploratory study, by Dr Wilson Ng