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Table of Contents
|The Determinants of Capital Structure: An Empirical Study of New Zealand-Listed Firms|
|Fitriya Fauzi, Abdul Basyith, Muhammad Idris||1-21|
|National Budget and Debt as Measures of Public Sector Performance: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria|
|Ugbede Onalo, Mohd Lizam, Ahmad Kaseri||22-46|
|Cross-Sectional Variation in Stock Price Reaction to Bond Rating Changes: Evidence from India|
|Sanjay Sehgal, Shruti Mathur||47-74|
|Impact of Intellectual Capital on the Organizational Performance of Islamic Banking Sector in Malaysia|
|Muhammad Khalique, Jamal Abdul Nassir bin Shaari, Abu Hassan bin Md Isa, Noridah Binti Samad||75-83|
|Exploring Undergraduate Students’ Understanding of Shari’ah Based Audit: Implications for the Future of Shari’ah Auditing Labor Market in Brunei|
|Hisham Yaacob, Fathima Shafeek, Hairul Suhaimi Nahar||84-100|
|Can Corporate Governance Mitigate the Adverse Impact of Investor Sentiment on Corporate Investment Decisions? Evidence from Taiwan|
|Triple Bottom Line Reporting: An Assessment of Sustainability in Banking Industry in Nigeria|
|Oluwagbuyi Olusola Luke, Anthony Olugbenga Adaramola||127-138|
|The Initial Going-concern of Delisting Firms: An Application of Proportional Hazard Model|
|Chi-Chen Wang, Yueh-Ju Lin, Yunsheng Hsu||139-158|
|Macroeconomic Variables, Firm Characteristics and Stock Returns during Good and Bad Times: Evidence from SEA|
|Momentum Effect: Evidence from the Vietnamese Stock Market|
|Pascal Alphonse, Thu Hang Nguyen||183-202|
|The Volatility of Market Risk in Viet Nam Listed Consumer Good, Wholesale and Retail Company Groups during and after the Financial Crisis|
|Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy||203-219|
|Efficiency and Productivity of Commercial Banks in Nepal: A Malmquist Index Approach|
|Abnormal Audit Fees and Stock Price Synchronicity: Iranian Evidence|
|Mikaeil Mansouri Serenjianeh, Nasrollah Takhtaei||244-255|
|Market Reaction to Bonus Announcement in Post Global Financial Crisis Era: Evidence from India|
|Mayank Harshvadan Joshipura, Nusrathunnisa Nusrathunnisa||256-267|
|Ownership Structure and Non-Performing Loans: Evidence from Pakistan|
|Time Varying Macroeconomic Risk and Industry Stock Returns: Empirical Evidence from India|
|Saji Thazhungal Govindan Nair||289-304|
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