Contemporary Issues in Behavioral Finance Vol: 101

Simon Grima
University of Malta, Malta

Ercan Özen
University of Usak, Turkey

Hakan Boz
University of Usak, Turkey

Jonathan Spiteri
University of Malta, Malta

Product Details
04 Jul 2019
Emerald Publishing Limited
320 pages - 152 x 229mm
Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis


This special edition of Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis offers seventeen chapters from invited participants in the International Applied Social Science Congress, held in Turkey between the 19th and 21st April 2018.  
The chapters included tackle a range of issues, including risk and control in consumer behavior; augmented reality applications in brand trust; foreign exchange rates; and brand reputation influence, among many more. Covering concepts such as retirement planning, the stock market, and herd behavior, Contemporary Issues in Behavioral Finance is a fundamental text for any researcher or student of behavioral finance, with a cast of expert contributors and editors.
1. Risk and Control in Consumer Behavior: A Discussion; Erdoğan Koç, Çağatan Taşkın and Hakan Boz 
2. Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Economic Time Series Prediction; Utku Kose 
3. Volatility Spillovers Between BIST100 Index and S&P500 Index; Letife Özdemir and Serap Vurur 
4. Brand Reputation and its Influence on Consumers' Behavior; Marica Mazurek 
5. An Investigation of Augmented Reality Applications from the Perspectives of Brand Trust and Purchase Intentions of Customers; Bilsen Bilgili, Emrah Özkul, Erdoğan Koç, Mehmet Oğuz Ademoğlu 
6. Women’s Cooperatives as a Tool of Employment Policy in Turkey; Duygu Kizildağ 
7. The Impact of Financial Literacy on Cognitive Biases of Individual Investors; Ercan Özen and Gürsel Ersoy 
8. Retirement Planning: A Literature Review; Sara Pavia 
9. A Comparative Survey Over Time Between Cash and Cashless Payments in Poland; Beata Świecka 
10. Marketing Communications and Experiential Marketing in the Context of Augmented Reality; Songül Bilgili Sülük and Kenan Aydin 
11. Exports, Imports, and the Exchange Rate: A Causality Analysis for Turkey (2004-2017); Erdoğan Kotil 
12. Herd Behavior in Terms of Behavioral Finance and a Study on the Borsa Istanbul; Reyhan Can and Hatice Isin Dizdarlar 
13. Factors Affecting Internet Banking Preferences and their Relation to Demographic Characteristics; Eser Yeşildağ 
14. Who Wants to be a Millionare?: A Behavioral Economy Analysis; Ekrem Tufan, Burcu Engin, Yonca İmer and Merve Aycan 
15. Herd Behavior and its Effects on the Purchasing Behavior of Investors; Çağatay Başarir and Özer Yilmaz 
16. Retirement Planning by Maltese Nationals: A Study of Influential Factors; Sara Pavia  
17. How Does Governance Help World Stock Market Development?; Tarek Eldomiatv, Rasha Hammam, Yasmine Hanv Saeed, and Alaa Safwat
Dr. Simon Grima (PhD) is the Head of the Insurance Department and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Malta. He served as the President of the Malta Association of Risk Management (MARM) and Malta Association of Compliance, and has over 25 years of experience in in Financial Services, Internal Controls, Investments and IT. 
Dr. Ercan Özen (PhD) is an Associate Professor of Finance in the Department of Banking and Finance, University of Uşak, Turkey. He is chair of the International Applied Social Sciences Congress, a certified accountant, and a member of both the Agean Finance Association and TEMA (Turkey Combating Soil Erosion, for Reforestation and the Protection of Natural Resources Foundation). 
Dr. Hakan Boz (PhD) is an Assistant Professor at the University of Uşak's School of Applied Sciences, in Turkey. Prior to joining academia he has held various positions in the tourism and hospitality sector, and now carries out research to better understand consumer and employee behavior in those sectors. 
Dr. Jonathan Spiteri (PhD) is a Resident Academic within the Department of Insurance at the University of Malta. With experience in both the private sector and in academia, he is currently involved in the R2Pi Horizon 2020 project, which examines Circular Economy models in Europe.  
Dr. Eleftherios I. Thalassinos (PhD) is a Jean Monnet Chair Professor at the University of Piraeus, Greece. He is the Editor-in-Chief of ERSj, IJEBA, and Chair of ICABE.

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