New issue of the Journal of Governance and Regulation

The editorial team of Virtus Interpress is glad to announce that the new issue (volume 9, issue 2) of the Journal of Governance & Regulation has been released. The issue is represented by the scholars from Portugal, the USA, Indonesia, France, Finland, Italy, etc.

The published papers cover a broad variety of topics, including corporate value adjustments, corporate strategies, cybersecurity, comprehensive income, risk management, unsystematic risks, artificial intelligence, Islamic and traditional corporate governance models, Shari’a law, company incorporation, green banking practices, employee green behaviour, sustainability performance, self-referenced and cultural-referenced values, financial controller services, etc.

The full issue of the journal is available at the following link.

Isabel Cristina Panziera Marques, Zélia Maria da Silva Serrasqueiro, and Fernanda Maria Duarte Nogueira conducted a research on different forms of corporate governance in the health sector and analyzed the emerging research trend through a systematic literature review in the period 2015-2019.

Karen M. Hogan studied the growing threat of cyber breach for companies throughout the world analyzing global shareholder value effects of cyber breaches from 1990 to 2019 for five major non-US countries.

Amrie Firmansyah, Wiwik Utami, Haryono Umar, and Susi Dwi Mulyani investigated the effect of net income volatility, other comprehensive income volatility, and comprehensive income volatility on idiosyncratic volatility using a sample of all non-financial companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2012 to 2017.

Hugh Grove, Mac Clouse, and Tracy Xu approached to identify how boards of directors and executives can deal with both risk challenges and opportunities to strengthen corporate governance.

Vjollca Istrefi conducted a study based on a theoretical approach that confronts the traditional and Islamic corporate governance, analyzing the essential differences that have highlighted the necessity of finding an alternative model to the traditional one.

Badar Mohammed Almeajel Alanazi presented a research which examines the extent to which the incorporation regimes in the UK, the USA, and Australia may be “enabling” or “regulatory” in nature using a detailed analysis of the law on company incorporation, ownership structure and the protection provided to the relevant stakeholders.

Malsha K. P. P. H. G. N., A Anton Arulrajah, and Samithamby Senthilnathan focused on the mediating role of employee green behaviour (EGB) in the relationship between green banking practices (GBP) and sustainability performance of banks (SPB). The results confirm the partial mediation role of EGB in the relationship between GBP to SPB.

Salman Saleem explored whether there is a difference in the self-reported values vs. cultural-referenced practices concerning masculinity and power distance using a survey of 200 respondents.

Marco Vulpiani, Elena Croci, and Marco Caiffa researched the determinants of well-being by considering economic and sociological perspectives using data collected for the period 2005-2016 and considering a sample of 130 indicators collected by Italian regions.

Finally, Ali A. Alnodel, Naser Khlaifah, and Hussein M. Elnafabi aimed to measure the quality of the level of services provided by the financial controller in Saudi governmental units using the SERVPERF model.

We hope that reading this issue will be interesting and informative for you!