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  • Evaluating expert advice in forecasting: users' reactions to presumed vs. experienced credibility 

    Onkal D, Gonul MS, Goodwin P et al (2017) Evaluating expert advice in forecasting: users' reactions to presumed vs. experienced credibility. International Journal of Forecasting. 33(1): 280-297.
    In expert knowledge elicitation (EKE) for forecasting, the perceived credibility of an expert is likely to affect the weighting attached to their advice. Four experiments have investigated the extent to which the implicit ...
  • Expertise, credibility of system forecasts and integration methods in judgmental demand forecasting 

    Alvarado-Valencia J, Barrero LH, Onkal D et al (2017) Expertise, credibility of system forecasts and integration methods in judgmental demand forecasting. International Journal of Forecasting. 33(1): 298-313.
    Expert knowledge elicitation lies at the core of judgmental forecasting—a domain that relies fully on the power of such knowledge and its integration into forecasting. Using experts in a demand forecasting framework, this ...
  • Decision analysis in Turkey 

    Gonul MS, Soyer E and Onkal D (2017) Decision analysis in Turkey. Decision Analysis Today. 33(1): 16-18.
  • Why we have such a love-hate relationship with work 

    Fouweather I (2017) Why we have such a love-hate relationship with work. The Conversation. May 2nd 2017. URL: https://theconversation.com/why-we-have-such-a-love-hate-relationship-with-work-73027
    Shock, horror, a new study shows the British public don’t like their jobs. Using smart phones researchers mapped the happiness of people in real time, while they went about their daily lives. And they discovered that people ...
  • Why do over-deviated firms from target leverage undertake foreign acquisitions? 

    Ahmed Y and Elshandidy T (2017) Why do over-deviated firms from target leverage undertake foreign acquisitions? International Business Review. Accepted for publication.
    This paper examines how deviation from firms’ target leverage influences their decisions on undertaking foreign acquisitions. Using a sample of 5,746 completed bids by UK acquirers from 1987 to 2012, we observe that ...
  • The impact of the economic crisis on euroscepticism 

    Baimbridge MJ (2018) The impact of the economic crisis on euroscepticism. In: The Routledge Handbook of Euroscepticism by Leruth B, Startin N and Usherwood S (Eds) Routledge: London. 427-443.
  • Value Creation from Circular Economy led Closed Loop Supply Chains: A Case Study of Fast Moving Consumer Goods 

    Mishra JL, Hopkinson PG and Tidridge G (2017) Value Creation from Circular Economy led Closed Loop Supply Chains: A Case Study of Fast Moving Consumer Goods. Production Planning and Control. Accepted for publication.
    The role of closed loop supply chains (CLSC) for creating and recovering value is widely acknowledged in supply chain management and there are many examples, mainly in the business-to-business sector, of successful OEM ...
  • Brand champion behaviour: Its role in corporate branding 

    Yakimova R, Mavondo F, Freeman S and Stuart H (2017) Brand champion behaviour: Its role in corporate branding. Journal of Brand Management. Online before print. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1057/s41262-017-0057-1.
    Brand champions are responsible for encouraging employee commitment to the corporate brand strategy. They strongly believe in and identify with the brand concept—the company’s selected brand meaning, which underpins corporate ...
  • Enhancing understanding of tourist spending using unconditional quantile regression 

    Rudkin S and Sharma A (2017) Enhancing understanding of tourist spending using unconditional quantile regression. Annals of Tourism Research. 66: 188-191.
    This note highlights the value of using UQR for addressing the limitations inherent within previous methods involving conditional parameter distributions for spending analysis (QR and OLS). Using unique data and robust ...
  • Corporate Governance, risk disclosure practices, and market liquidity: Comparative evidence from UK and Italy. 

    Elshandidy T and Lorenzo N (2015) Corporate Governance, Risk Disclosure Practices, and Market Liquidity: Comparative Evidence from the UK and Italy. Corporate Governance: An International Review. 23(4): 331-356.
    Manuscript Type: Empirical Research Question/Issue: This paper examines the influence of corporate governance on risk disclosure practices in the UK and Italy and also studies the impact of those practices on market ...
  • Do IFRS and board of directors’ independence affect accounting conservatism? 

    Elshandidy T and Hassinen A (2014) Do IFRS and board of directors’ independence affect accounting conservatism? Applied Financial Economics. 24(16): 1091-1102.
    This article observes separately and jointly the impact of international financial reporting standards (IFRS) and/or board of directors’ independence on accounting conservatism in FTSE 100 nonfinancial firms between 2002 ...
  • Value relevance of accounting information: Evidence from an emerging market. 

    Advances in Accounting, 30(1), 176-186.
    Without making any distinction of the applicable accounting standards, this paper investigates, firstly, the value relevance of accounting information from 1999 to 2012 in different segments of the Chinese stock market. ...
  • What drives mandatory and voluntary risk reporting variations across Germany, UK and US? 

    Elshandidy T, Fraser I and Hussainey K (2015) What drives mandatory and voluntary risk reporting variations across Germany, UK and US? The British Accounting Review. 47(4): 376–394.
    This paper utilises computerised textual analysis to explore the extent to which both firm and country characteristics influence mandatory and voluntary risk reporting (MRR and VRR) variations both within and between ...
  • Aggregated, voluntary and mandatory risk disclosure incentives: Evidence from UK FTSE all Share companies. 

    Elshandidy T, Fraser I and Hussainey K (2013) Aggregated, voluntary, and mandatory risk disclosure incentives: Evidence from UK FTSE all-share companies. International Review of Financial Analysis. 30: 320-333.
    This paper investigates the impact of corporate risk levels on aggregated, voluntary and mandatory risk disclosures in the annual report narratives of UK non-financial listed companies. We find that firms characterised by ...
  • Risk disclosures, international orientation, and share price informativeness: Evidence from China 

    Tan Y, Zeng C and Elshandidy T (2017). Risk disclosures, international orientation, and share price informativeness: Evidence from China. Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation. 29: 81-102.
    This paper examines the effect of textual risk disclosure on the amount of firm-specific information incorporated into share prices, as measured by stock price synchronicity, for Chinese listed firms during 2007-2011. We ...
  • The effect of bidder conservatism on M&A decisions: Text-based evidence from US 10-K filings. 

    Ahmed Y and Elshandidy Tamer (2017) The effect of bidder conservatism on M&A decisions: Text-based evidence from US 10-K filings. International Review of Financial Analysis. 46: 176-190.
    This paper examines whether and how bidders' conservative tone in 10-K filings influences the subsequent mergers and acquisitions (M&A) investment decisions of these US firms from 1996 to 2013. Based on 39,260 firm-year ...
  • Environmental incentives for and usefulness of textual risk reporting: Evidence from Germany 

    Elshandidy T and Shrives P (2016) Environmental Incentives for and Usefulness of Textual Risk Reporting: Evidence from Germany. The International Journal of Accounting. 51(4): 464–486.
    Drawing on distinct German institutional characteristics related to cultural, legal, financial, and regulatory features, this paper investigates the extent to which environmental incentives influence German non-financial ...
  • Comparative evidence on the value relevance of IFRS-based accounting information in Germany and the UK 

    Elbakry AE, Nwachukwu JC, Abdou HA and Elshandidy T (2017) Comparative evidence on the value relevance of IFRS-based accounting information in Germany and the UK. Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation. 28: 10-30.
    This paper uses panel cointegration with a corresponding vector error correction model (VECM) to investigate the changes in the value relevance of accounting information before and after the mandatory adoption of IFRS in ...
  • Firm bosses or helpful neighbours? The ambiguity and co-construction of MNE regional management mandates 

    Alfoldi EA, McGaughey SL and Clegg LJ (2017) Firm bosses or helpful neighbours? The ambiguity and co-construction of MNE regional management mandates. Journal of Management Studies. Article in Press.
    As multinational enterprises (MNEs) increasingly disaggregate and disperse corporate headquarters (CHQ) activities, the allocation of regional management mandates (RMMs) to local operating subsidiaries is becoming more ...
  • Human capital resources: a review and direction for future research 

    Haq M (2016) Human capital resources: a review and direction for future research. International Journal of Management Development. 1(4): 261-286.
    This article reviews the literature on human capital resources and develops a conceptual model incorporating social capital, relational capital and knowledge as the components of human capital resources and linking these ...

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