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Strategic Outlook in Business and Finance Innovation: Multidimensional Policies for Emerging Economies

Hasan Dinçer
Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey

Serhat Yüksel
Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781800434455
Published:
06 Apr 2021
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
308 pages - 152 x 229mm

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Financial markets have developed rapidly since the 1980s, crossing national borders, and a new financial order has emerged. As a result of increasing competition in this new market, financial institutions and companies have had to improve and renew themselves. The emergence of new financial products has become essential. One of the recent trends observed in financial markets is in financial innovation, with the purpose of ensuring markets are efficient and competitive, along with increasing profitability and reducing risk.

Strategic Outlook in Business and Finance Innovation: Multidimensional Policies for Emerging Economies, edited by Hasan Dinçer and Serhat Yüksel, brings together new theoretical frameworks and develops appropriate strategies to improve the performance of firms globally.

Vital issues are examined, including customer retention policies, generating new products based on customer needs, clarifying organizational goals, active participation of all organization for idea generation, analysing industry trends and benchmarking in competitive market environments.

In this collection, global perspectives are offered with contributions and examples from Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America and Africa, as well as other emerging economies, which give illuminating insights for scholars of business, management and finance.
Chapter 1. The Effects of Innovation on the Companies’ Stock Values: An Econometric Analysis for Turkey; Hasan Dinçer and Hüsne Karakuş  
Chapter 2. A Potential Business Environment of Smart Cities: a Subjective Approach; Andrea Ciacci, Enrico Ivaldi, and Riccardo Soliani
Chapter 3. Determination of Optimal Financial Government Incentives in Wind Energy Investments; Serhat Yüksel and Gözde Gülseven Ubay
Chapter 4. A New Stage in the Evolution of Cryptocurrency Markets: Analysis by Hurst Method; Alexey Mikhaylov, Mir Sayed Shah Danish, and Tomonobu Senjyu 
Chapter 5. Relationship Between Over-Qualified Labor and Productivity; Sebahattin Kılınç  
Chapter 6. Effect of the Firm's Absorptive Capacity on the Work Engagement of White-collar Employees in Istanbul; Francoise Venezia Contreras Torres and Elif Baykal 
Chapter 7. Investigation of Innovation Strategies and Technological Turbulence in Terms of Dynamic Capabilities; Zafer Adiguzel
Chapter 8. Roles of Strategic and Innovative Variables in Analyzing and Predicting Recession and Slowdowns: A Study of Selected Countries; Amit Chatterjee and Ramesh Chandra Das  
Chapter 9. The Effect of Mechanization on Agricultural Production in the Ottoman State; Kenan Demir
Chapter 10. Trade-Off Theory versus Pecking Order Theory: The Determinants of Capital Structure Decisions for the Ghanaian Listed Firms; Ibrahim Nandom Yakubu, Ayhan Kapusuzoglu, and Nildag Basak Ceylan
Chapter 11. The Future of Financial Innovation: Evaluating the Cryptocurrencies’ Rates and Political Restrictions Worldwide; Sergey Prosekov, Mir Sayed Shah Danish, and Tomonobu Senjyu
Chapter 12. Financial Statement-Based Determinants of R&D Investments; Melik Ertuğrul  
Chapter 13. Characteristics of Top Management Teams and International Performance of SMEs in CEE country’s context; Monika Bužavaitė and Renata Korsakienė 
Chapter 14. The Positive Effects of Financial Innovation on the International Trade Volume; Fuzuli Aliyev
Chapter 15. Fostering Innovation in Organizations with the Help of Novel Management Strategies; Çağlar Doğru
Chapter 16. Understanding the Market in Digital Environment: A Sensemaking Framework for Marketing Strategy; Fatih Pinarbasi and Ibrahim Kircova
Chapter 17. Developing Qualified Personnel Selection Strategies Using MCDM Approach: A University Hospital Practice; Yeter Demir Uslu, Emre Yılmaz, and Pakize Yiğit
Chapter 18. The Relationship Between Financial Innovation and Economic Growth: Evidence from Azerbaijan; Shahriyar Mukhtarov and Javid Aliyev
Chapter 19. Increasing Customer Satisfaction in Mobile Applications in the Digitalized World in Terms of Usability: Model Application; Başak Gezmen and İhsan Eken
Hasan Dinçer is Professor of Finance at Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey. He is co-editor of Handbook of Research on Global Issues in Financial Communication and Investment Decision Making (2019).

Serhat Yüksel is Associate Professor of Finance at Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey. He is co-editor of Handbook of Research on Global Issues in Financial Communication and Investment Decision Making (2019).

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