An Examination Of The Stock Market's Effect On Economic Inequality, 2019 The University of Akron
An Examination Of The Stock Market's Effect On Economic Inequality, Nicholas Golina
Honors Research Projects
The economic literature on economic inequality has shown that it can negatively impact aggregate demand because it indicates a higher concentration of wealth in the hands of the top 10% as opposed to the poor and middle class, who are more likely to consume. The literature has identified many factors that can lead to increasing inequality. The stock market could be one of those factors since it can either create an upward redistributive effect towards the top 10% or redistributive effect towards the middle class. This paper tested the effect of the stock market on inequality. This study contributes to ...
Docking And Curtons' "Crisis In Higher Education: A Plan To Save Small Liberal Arts Colleges In America" (Book Review), 2018 Indiana Wesleyan University
Docking And Curtons' "Crisis In Higher Education: A Plan To Save Small Liberal Arts Colleges In America" (Book Review), R. Curt Rice Dr.
The Christian Librarian
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Performance Of The Vidya Indicator Using Bootstrap, 2018 Utah State University
Performance Of The Vidya Indicator Using Bootstrap, Lucas Priskos
All Graduate Plan B and other Reports
This paper analyses the performance of the Volatility Index Dynamic Average Indicator (VIDYA) as a method for technical trading. The question was whether or not the buy and sell signals generated by VIDYA could allow a trader to outperform the benchmark rate of return. The strategy is implemented in a similar way to a standard moving average crossover where two lines are charted: a short period VIDYA and a long period VIDYA. The four combinations of VIDYA were used were as follows: 6 with 21 periods, 9 with 21 periods, 12 with 21 periods, and 21 with 50 periods. When ...
Financial Outcomes From Selection Of Insurance Intervals, 2018 Utah State University
Financial Outcomes From Selection Of Insurance Intervals, Shana Anderson Stewart
All Graduate Plan B and other Reports
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the potential value of enrolling in rainfall-index for pasture, rangeland, and forage insurance for Utah producers. A stochastic optimization model is used to identify the optimal selection of insurance intervals that will provide the maximum indemnity payments less premiums. Four Utah counties were selected for analysis. Results indicate that positive returns will occur greater than 60% of the time in all counties with the selected insurance intervals. The optimal months to insure varied in each county.
Security Analysts And Capital Market Anomalies, 2018 Singapore Management University
Security Analysts And Capital Market Anomalies, Guo Li, Frank Weikai Li, K.C. John Wei
Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business
We examine whether analysts use information in well-known stock return anomalies when making recommendations. We find results contrary to the common view that analysts are sophisticated information intermediaries who help improve market efficiency. Specifically, when analysts make more favorable recommendations to stocks classified as overvalued, these stocks tend to have particularly large negative abnormal returns ex post. Moreover, analysts whose recommendations are more aligned with anomaly signals are more skilled and elicit greater recommendation announcement returns. Our results suggest that analysts' biased recommendations could be a source of market frictions that impede the efficient correction of mispricing.
Cryptocurrencies: Myth Vs. Reality, 2018 University of New Mexico - Main Campus
Cryptocurrencies: Myth Vs. Reality, Sarina Baldoni
Shared Knowledge Conference
Valuing the market of cryptocurrencies has raised both excitement and fear in popular discussion, with concerns about its legitimacy heatedly debated across the financial world. The cryptocurrency market has grown to 2,042 separate currencies, and despite rampant speculation about the future, current research provides little insight to a market approaching $217 billion in market capitalization. The purpose of this research is to examine how the 67 largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization respond to events, determine if cryptocurrencies behave individually or as a collective asset class, and what factors influence cryptocurrency valuation. On January 16, 2018, the price of Bitcoin ...
Impact Of Airplane Crashes On Firm's Credit Risk Under The Creditgrades Model, 2018 Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB)
Impact Of Airplane Crashes On Firm's Credit Risk Under The Creditgrades Model, Alexandros Bougias
Undergraduate Economic Review
The paper examines the impact of airplane accidents with 40 or more fatalities, on airline's firm credit risk. The sample contains 20 airplane crashes for the period 2000-2017. The analysis proposes the CreditGrades model introduced by Finger et al. (2002) , which is an extension of the first passage time model of Black and Cox (1976). The study concludes that airplane accidents lead to a statistically significant increase in airline's Probability of Default. The results are both significant and robust under the t-Test and the non-parametric Wilcoxon Signed-rank test.
Bankruptcy For Banks: A Tribute (And Little Plea) To Jay Westbrook, 2018 University of Pennsylvania Law School
Bankruptcy For Banks: A Tribute (And Little Plea) To Jay Westbrook, David A. Skeel Jr.
Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law
In this brief essay, to be included in a book celebrating the work of Jay Westbrook, I begin by surveying Jay’s wide-ranging contributions to bankruptcy scholarship. Jay’s functional analysis has had a profound effect on scholars’ understanding of key issues in domestic bankruptcy law, and Jay has been the leading scholarly figure on cross-border insolvency. After surveying Jay’s influence, I turn to the topic at hand: a proposed reform that would facilitate the use of bankruptcy to resolve the financial distress of large financial institutions. Jay has been a strong critic of this legislation, arguing that financial ...
Analysis Of Stock Price Movement Following Financial News Article Release, 2018 University of Texas at Tyler
Analysis Of Stock Price Movement Following Financial News Article Release, Robert P. Schumaker, Nick Maida
Communications of the IIMA
What effect does a financial news article have on stock price? To answer this question we investigate stock price movements within the minutes following financial news releases, broken down by media outlet, time of release and article sentiment. Our data shown a Sharpe ratio (a measure for calculating risk-adjusted return) of 1.18 versus a random dataset of ‑0.06, indicating significant price movement immediately following article release. Second, we found that articles released through WSJ, Reuters – UK Focus, NYT and FT all experienced significant positive returns, whereas articles in Barrons, MarketWatch, Forbes and Bloomberg experienced significant negative returns. Third ...
Eagle Aero Sport: Student-Built Aircraft, 2018 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Eagle Aero Sport: Student-Built Aircraft, Rachael Bradshaw, Nick Bartholet
Undergraduate Research Symposium - Prescott
Eagle Aero Sport (EAS) is the first student operated aircraft build team at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Our team allows students to gain hands-on experience in all aspects of aircraft production including: aircraft assembly, design engineering, management of production operations, finance, marketing, and team building skills. Through research, and consulting with the Experimental Aircraft Association, our airplane of choice is the Van’s RV-12. EAS is modifying the airplane to add real time flight test instrumentation for research. These instruments will gather data for aerodynamic, structural, as well as aircraft performance experiments. Presently, EAS is progressing with Build Team 60% complete ...
Principles Of Financial Accounting, 2018 University of North Georgia
Principles Of Financial Accounting, Christine Jonick
Business Administration, Management, and Economics Open Textbooks
The University of North Georgia Press and Affordable Learning Georgia bring you Accounting I. Well-written and straightforward, Principles of Financial Accounting is a needed contribution to open source pedagogy in the business education world. Written in order to directly meet the needs of her students, this textbook developed from Dr. Christine Jonick’s years of teaching and commitment to effective pedagogy.
- Peer reviewed by academic professionals and tested by students
- Over 100 charts and graphs
- Instructional exercises appearing both in-text and for Excel
- Resources for student professional development
This textbook is an Open Education Resource. It can be reused ...
Disruptive Technology: Can The Banking Industry Harness Disruption For Competitive Edge?, 2018 Singapore Management University
Disruptive Technology: Can The Banking Industry Harness Disruption For Competitive Edge?, Edgar Low
MITB Thought Leadership Series
Disruptive innovation was identified as a phenomenon more than two decades ago by prominent Harvard scholar Clayton Christensen. So you may wonder why established industries are only now waking up to the prospect of digital transformation - the banking industry in particular.
Coordination Of Inpatient And Outpatient Care For Neurology Patients Undergoing Epilepsy Monitoring, 2018 Maine Medical Center
Coordination Of Inpatient And Outpatient Care For Neurology Patients Undergoing Epilepsy Monitoring, Sara Schrock, Michelle Beane, Kathryn Cope, Mark Parker, Suneela Nayak, Ruth Hanselman, Stephen Tyzik, Amy Sparks, Brendan Lilley
ORGANIZING A SYSTEM TO CONSOLIDATE EPILEPSY REFERRALS TO AN OUTPATIENT NEUROLOGY PRACTICE
An outpatient neurology practice was experiencing delayed or lost referrals for epilepsy monitoring. This delay was leading many patients to suffer unnecessary and unmanaged seizures and, in some cases, frequent trips to the emergency department.
As a result, a team consisting of the neurology practice and neuro-navigators used baseline metrics to demonstrate the current state of the problem and conducted a root cause analysis that outlined several causes. A number of countermeasures were initiated with the goal of decreasing referral misses.
Post the initiation of two KPIs, a ...
Sustaining Daily Management With Gemba Walks: A Scheduling Model, 2018 Maine Medical Center
Sustaining Daily Management With Gemba Walks: A Scheduling Model, Mark Parker, Omar Hasan, Suneela Nayak, Ruth Hanselman, Stephen Tyzik, Amy Sparks
SUSTAINING DAILY MANAGEMENT WITH GEMBA WALKS: A SCHEDULING MODEL
At an academic tertiary care medical center, there are 110 Operational Excellence teams across 4 campuses. Every weekday, 10 GEMBA walks occur with the 11th on Wednesdays. The expanding program has made daily leadership visits to all KPIs challenging. As a result, consideration of reduced gemba walks to departments who have met specific maturity/performance criteria.
The scope of the eight-week pilot consisted of 13 pre-identified teams that have weekly workflows. The teams must have met a baseline level of performance. Performance was scored for 9 variables measuring engagement, PDSA ...
What Matters Most In Ceo Compensation?, 2018 Seattle Pacific University
What Matters Most In Ceo Compensation?, Randy Beavers
Components of compensation have been analysed in previous studies of corporate financial variables of interest but never together to get a sense of the complete picture of what truly matters. This paper includes variable interactions using the difference-in-differences methodology for panel regressions. Data is collected from Capital IQ, Compustat, CRSP, and ExecuComp for S&P 1500 firms from 2006 to 2013. Inside debt is negatively related to a firm’s total risk, idiosyncratic risk, and CEO turnover. Inside debt is positively related to diversification, liquidity, firm value, and return. Overconfidence is negatively related to total risk, liquidity, investment, and firm ...
Comments On Discussion Paper "Financial Instruments With Characteristics Of Equity" (Fice), 2018 Singapore Management University
Comments On Discussion Paper "Financial Instruments With Characteristics Of Equity" (Fice), Pearl Hock-Neo Tan
Research Collection School Of Accountancy
Comments are given on the Discussion Paper issued by the International Accounting Standards Board in June 2018 on Financial Instruments with Characteristics of Equity. The comments are given in response to the Board's public invitation for feedback on the Discussion Paper. The comments convey the author's concerns about the Discussion Paper's proposals in the light of the conceptual framework of financial reporting and a fundamental understanding of what equity and liability is. The comments propose approaches that the Board may consider in its subsequent development of its proposals.
Shrinking Factor Dimension: A Reduced-Rank Approach, 2018 Singapore Management University
Shrinking Factor Dimension: A Reduced-Rank Approach, Dashan Huang
Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business
We propose a reduced-rank approach (RRA) to reduce a large number of factors to a few parsimonious ones. In contrast to PCA and PLS, the RRA factors are designed to explain the cross section of stock returns, not to maximize factor variations or factor covariances with returns. Out of 70 factor proxies, we find that five RRA factors outperform the Fama-French (2015) five factors for pricing target portfolios, but performs similarly for pricing individual stocks. Our results suggest that existing factor proxies do not provide enough new information at the stock level beyond the Fama-French (2015) five factors.
The Creation And Destruction Of The Great American Middle Class (1930-2010), 2018 Loyola University Chicago
The Creation And Destruction Of The Great American Middle Class (1930-2010), Stanley F. Stasch
School of Business: Faculty Publications and Other Works
This course is an economic history of what happened to ordinary American people and families from about 1930 to 2010.
From the late 1940s to about 1980 ordinary people and families in the United States enjoyed a tremendous increase in their prosperity and quality of life, especially when compared with the conditions that existed during World War II, the 1930s, and before. That prosperity was undoubtedly the highest the world had ever experienced. Because of that, those people are referred to as the great American middle class, and that 30-40 year period witnessed the creation of the great American middle ...
Cryptocurrencies: Their Current Validity And Future As Currency And As A Part Of An Investment Strategy, 2018 University of South Carolina
Cryptocurrencies: Their Current Validity And Future As Currency And As A Part Of An Investment Strategy, Austin R. Johnson
This paper examines the current and future prospects of cryptocurrencies with a focus on the most well-known and highest valued cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. Specifically, it will address how Bitcoin can be utilized as a currency and as part of an investment strategy and whether its utilization makes financial sense now and will in the future. The paper showcases the past behavior of Bitcoin, how the Bitcoin system functions, how Bitcoin acts as a currency, how Bitcoin can be used as an investment asset, and why it will continue to be employed as such in the future. This paper will show that ...
Community Bank Leaders' Perception On Maintaining Values In Decision Making, 2018 Liberty University
Community Bank Leaders' Perception On Maintaining Values In Decision Making, Jennifer H. Matheny
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
This qualitative study explored community bank leaders’ perception of conflicts between their personal values and core corporate values when negotiating critical decisions. At this stage in the research, the negotiating of decisions were generally defined as resolving conflicts between personal and organizational values. Results provide an understanding of how values-based leadership affects executive level decisions in community banks. A purposeful sample of community bank leaders participated in qualitative interviews. These leaders were selected based on their responsibility to make decisions that influenced their corporate culture and/or had a significant impact on their company. Based on the study, there was ...