Recently published papers in journals by Virtus Interpress
The editorial team of the Publishing House Virtus Interpress would like to present the list of papers that have been recently published in the journals Corporate Ownership & Control, Journal of Governance & Regulation, and Corporate Law & Governance Review.
The published papers provide an analysis of a wide range of topics, such as fiscal decentralization, public finances, public governance and regulation, accounting, planning, budgeting, family firms, risk integration, Islamic banks, financial inclusion, profitability, goodwill impairments, earnings management, integrated thinking and reporting, voluntary disclosure, non-financial disclosure, investment banking, merger & acquisitions, cross-border takeovers, value creation, crediting, cost of debt, funding options, economic crises, COVID-19, blockchain, stock markets, stock returns, information asymmetries, insider trading, R&D investments, intellectual capital, information capital, and organisational capital, shareholder democracy, board of directors’ election, directors’ reputation, etc.
The full list of the recent papers published by Virtus Interpress is available below:
- Berthelot, S., & Coulmont, M. (2020). Director elections: An analysis of shareholder response to directors’ reputation and expertise [Special issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 18(1), 346-354. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv18i1siart9
- Rodrigs, M., & Kamil, M. (2020). Planning and controlling of intellectual capital: The role of beyond budgeting [Special issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 18(1), 331-345. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv18i1siart8
- Amonya, F. (2020). Post-COVID world: The controls of moulding states. Corporate Law & Governance Review, 2(2), 47-54. https://doi.org/10.22495/clgrv2i2p4
- Grimberg, J., & Herberger, T. A. (2020). Industry effects in directors’ dealings and abnormal stock returns: Results from the German stock market [Special issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 18(1), 310-330. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv18i1siart7
- Rainero, C., Migliavacca, A., & Coda, R. (2020). Accounting for pandemics and economic crises management: Moral hazard, blockchain, and smart-contracts [Special issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 18(1), 301-309. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv18i1siart6
- Martiniello, L., Marcello, R., & Savio, R. (2020). The role of guarantees to access financial markets: A study of Italian companies [Special issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 18(1), 292-300. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv18i1siart5
- Wang, J., Charifzadeh, M., & Herberger, T. A. (2020). Do Chinese M&A activities create shareholder value in the short run? Evidence from Chinese-German cross-border takeovers. Corporate Law & Governance Review, 2(2), 33-46. https://doi.org/10.22495/clgrv2i2p3
- Vitolla, F., Marrone, A., & Raimo, N. (2020). Integrated reporting and integrated thinking: A case study analysis [Special issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 18(1), 281-291. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv18i1siart4
- Albersmann, T. B., Friedrich, C., Hohenfels, D., & Quick, R. (2020). Goodwill impairment tests as a device for earnings management: Evidence from Germany [Special issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 18(1), 261-280. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv18i1siart3
- El-Ansary, O., & Rashwan, M. M. (2020). Introducing financial inclusion to MENA Islamic-banks profitability determinants [Special issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 18(1), 242-260. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv18i1siart2
- Ulrich, P., & Rieg, R. (2020). Doing the unexpected – Why German family firms differ from non-family firms in management accounting, planning, and risk integration [Special issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 18(1), 226-241. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv18i1siart1
- Aljaloudi, J. (2020). Fiscal decentralization in Jordan. Journal of Governance & Regulation, 9(4), 37-46. https://doi.org/10.22495/jgrv9i4art3
We hope this list of papers will help our readers and scholarly network to discover new interesting research and, as always, find more information devoted to a certain topic within the scope of corporate governance.