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Accepted papers on 13.02.2013

On this page you may take a look at the papers that were accepted to be presented at the conference. By the end of February we expect present the final list of papers.

SECTION 1. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: RISK GOVERNANCE AND CONTROL

RISK ASSESSMENT AND CONTROL

Kameswari Peddada, College of Business Management, J.B.I.E.T. Group, India

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSABILITY AND STAKEHOLDER STRATEGIES, THE IMPACT IN RISK MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF PERUVIAN BANKING SECTOR

Edmundo Lizarzaburu Bolaños, ESAN University, Peru

"RISK MANAGEMENT, CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND INVESTMENT BANKING: THE ROLE OF CHIEF RISK OFFICER"

Yulia Lapina, Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine, Ukraine; Olga Afanasieva, Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine, Ukraine; Tatiana Scherbina, Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine, Ukraine

AUDIT COMMITTEES, GENDER DIVERSITY AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION

María Consuelo Pucheta-Martínez, University Jaume I, Spain; Inmaculada Bel-Oms, University Jaume I, Spain

REPUTATION OF LOW-QUALITY BIG 4 AND NON-BIG 4 AUDITORS: EVIDENCE FROM AUDITOR SWITCHES OF FORMER CHUOAOYAMA CLIENTS

Hikaru Murase, University of Tokyo, Japan; Shingo Numata, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC, Japan; Fumiko Takeda, University of Tokyo, Japan

THE IMPACT OF COMPANY-SPECIFIC AND EXTERNAL FACTORS ON CORPORATE RISK TAKING: THE CASE OF EGYPTIAN INSURANCE COMPANIES

Mohamed Sherif, Heriot-Watt University, UK; Mahmoud Elsayed, Cairo University, Egypt

SECTION 2. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRACTICES

A MODEL FOR SELECTING NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS: THE CASE OF SOUTH AFRICAN BANKS

Ronald H Mynhardt, Department of Finance, Risk Management and Banking, University of South Africa

THE ROLE OF PROPRIETARY DIRECTORS ON THE BOARD

Guido Stein, IESE Business School, Spain; Manuel Gallego, IESE Business School, Spain

CEO PAY IN FTSE 100: PAY INEQUALITY, BOARD SIZE AND PERFORMANCE

Lynn Hodgkinson, Bangor Business School, UK

CORPORATE GROWTH AND CEO COMPENSATION: CASE FROM INDONESIA

Lindrianasari, Universitas Lampung. Ph.D student of Faculty of Economics and Business, UGM, Indonesia; Jogiyanto Hartono, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia; Supriyadi, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia; Setiyono Miharjo, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: A SURVEY

Jakob De Haan, De Nederlandsche Bank, The Netherlands University of Groningen, The Netherlands; CESifo, Munich, Germany; Razvan Vlahu, De Nederlandsche Bank, The Netherlands

SECTION 3. MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IN BANKING AND FINANCE

CROSS-BORDER M&A AND FIRM VALUE: EVIDENCE FROM CHINESE ACQUISITIONS OF JAPANESE FIRMS

Keisuke Chikamoto, Dept of Systems Innovation, University of Tokyo, Japan; Cheng Lu, Nomura Research Institute Shanghai Limited, China; Fumiko Takeda, Dept of Technology Management for Innovation, University of Tokyo, Japan; Mariko Watanabe, East Asian Studies Group, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan

BANK MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IN GREECE & THE STATE OF EMPLOYEES DURING THE ECONOMIC CRISIS

Electra Pitoska, TEI of Western Macedonia, Greece; Themistokles Lazarides, TEI of Western Macedonia, Greece

MERGERS IN BANKING FROM AN ANTITRUST PERSPECTIVE: WHO BENEFITS?

Barbara Chizzolini, Bocconi University, Italy

MULTIVARIATE ANALYSES OF FACTORS AFFECTING DIVIDEND POLICY OF ACQUIRED EUROPEAN BANKS

Matthias A. Nnadi, School of Management, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, UK; Sailesh Tanna, Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting, Coventry University, UK

SECTION 4. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: GENERAL ISSUES

CORPORATE SCANDAL: BAD APPLES OR BAD DESIGN OF CORPORATE ENVIRONMENT, THE CASE OF PROTON BANK

Themistokles Lazarides, Technological Education Institute of Western Macedonia, Applied Informatics in Business and Economy, Greece

OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL OF POLISH LISTED COMPANIES

Maria Aluchna, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND SHAREHOLDER VALUE IN LISTED FIRMS: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS IN FIVE COUNTRIES (FRANCE, JAPAN, ITALY, UK, USA)

Barbara Monda, Politecnico di Milano, Italy; Marco Giorgino, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

CSR- MORE THAN CORPORATE STORYTELLING?

Udo Braendle, America University in Dubai, U.A.E.; Yaroslav Mozghovyi, Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine, Ukraine

VALUES-BASED MANAGEMENT IN COOPERATIVE BANKS: BALANCING SELF-PERCEPTION WITH PUBLIC PERCEPTION?

Anna-Lena Kühn, Department for Corporate Governance, School of Business and Economics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), Germany; Markus Stiglbauer, Department for Corporate Governance, School of Business and Economics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), Germany; Ev Zschäckel, Department for Corporate Governance, School of Business and Economics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), Germany

FIRM FAMILY’S CULTURE AND ITS ROLE ON GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE (GCG) AND EARNINGS MANIPULATION RELATIONSHIP: AN INDONESIAN CASE STUDY

Supriyadi, Gadjah Mada University, Jogjakarta, Indonesia; Yavida Nurim, Janabadra University, Jogjakarta, Indonesia; Francisca Reni Retno Anggraini, Sanata Dharma University, Jogjakarta, Indonesia

DISPOSITION EFFECT AND ASSET PRICING MODEL

Muhammad Aftab, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad

LEAD-LAG RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FUTURES AND SPOT MARKETS IN INDIA

Naliniprava Tripathy, Indian Institute of Management Shillong, India

SECTION 5. REGULATORY ISSUES IN BANKING AND FINANCE

A NEW PARADIGM OF MODERN CENTRAL BANKING

Aleksandra Szunke, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland

BUILDING THE FOUNDATIONS OF A NEW CENTRAL BANKING DOCTRINE

Eric Pichet, Bordeaux Business School, France

SECURITIZATION: REGULATORY RESPONSES TO THE FINANCIAL CRISIS

Bonnie Buchanan, Seattle University, USA

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN THE NIGERIAN BANKING INDUSTRY: TOWARDS A STRATEGIC GOVERNMENTAL ENGAGEMENT

Emmanuel Adegbite, Durham University Business School, UK

BANK LOAN LOSS PROVISION AS A TOOL FOR INCOME SMOOTHING: AN ANALYSIS IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY OF KAZAKHSTAN

Akhliddin Ismailov, Bang College of Business, Kimep University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

THE EFFECTS OF SUPERVISION ON BANKING PERFORMANCE: EUROPEAN EVIDENCE

Faten Ben Bouheni, Ipag Business School, France

GOVERNANCE, POVERTY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

Kefi Mohamed Karim, ISTEC/ CERI Paris; Hadhek Zouhaier, ISG Gabès; Ben Hamed Adel, ISG Gabès

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