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1.      The journal needs to receive a complete proposal for the proceedings issue sent by email. This proposal must be filled on Conference Proceeding Proposal form available for download here. The form should be completed providing sufficient information on the issue. The form will be reviewed by journal’s editorial team.

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Guest Editor:  Prof. Peter Brusov

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Scope:
One of the main and most important problems in corporate finance is the problem of cost of capital, the impact of capital structure on its cost and capitalization of the companies and problem of an optimal capital structure of the companies (at which the company capitalization is maximal, and weighted average cost of capital is minimal). The importance of these problems is connected to the fact, that one can doing nothing, just by change the ratio between debt and equity (change the capital structure) increase the capitalization of the company. However, to date, even the question of the existence of an optimal capital structure of the companies still remains open. Numerous theories and models, including the first and the only one until recently quantitative theory by Nobel laureates Modigliani and Miller (MM), not only does not solve the problem, but also because of the large number of restrictions (such as, for example, theory of MM) have a weak relationship to the real economy. Herewith the qualitative theories and models, based on the empirical approach, do not allow to carry out the necessary assessment.

This special issue is devoted to recent development of capital structure theory and its applications. Discussions will be made within both main theories: modern theory by Brusov, Filatova and Orekhova (BFO theory) and its perpetuity limit - classical Modigliani-Miller (MM) theory, which will be compared in details. The BFO theory has replaced  the famous theory of capital cost and capital structure by Nobel laureates Modigliani and Miller. The authors have moved from the assumption of Modigliani-Miller concerning the perpetuity (infinite time of life) of companies and further elaborated quantitative theory of valuation of core parameters of financial activities of companies of arbitrary age as well as arbitrary time of life.

   Results of modern BFO theory turn out to be quite different from ones of Modigliani-Miller theory. They show, that later, via its perpetuity, underestimates the assessment of weighted average cost of capital, the equity cost of the company and substantially overestimates the assessment of the capitalization of the company.

   Such an incorrect assessment of key performance indicators of financial activities of companies has led to an underestimation of risks involved, and impossibility, or serious difficulties in adequate managerial decision-making, that was one of the implicit reasons of global financial crisis of 2008 year.

   Within new theory of capital cost and capital structure (BFO theory) a lot of qualitatively new results have been obtained, among them:

- Bankruptcy of the famous trade off theory has been proven. BFO theory has destroyed some main existing principles of financial management: among them trade off theory, which was considered as keystone of formation of optimal capital structure of the company during many decades, as well as some others.

-The qualitatively new effect in corporate finance, discovered by authors: abnormal dependence of equity cost on leverage,  which significantly alters the principles of the company's dividend policy.

- Mechanism of formation of the company optimal capital structure, different from suggested by trade off theory has been suggested.

- "A golden age" of the company has been discovered. It was shown for the first time that valuation of WACC in the Modigliani – Miller theory is not minimal and valuation of the company capitalization is not maximal, as all financiers supposed up to now: at some age of the  company its WACC value turns out to be lower, than in Modigliani – Miller theory and company capitalization V turns out to be greater, than V in Modigliani – Miller theory.

- The inflation in both Modigliani-Miller as well as  in Brusov-Filatova-Orekhova theories has been taken into account in explicit form, with the detected its non-trivial impact on the dependence of equity cost on leverage.

- Study of the role of taxes and leverage has been done, that allows to the Regulator to set the tax on profits rate, and to businesses to choose the optimal level of debt financing.

- Investigation of the influence of tax on profit rate on effectiveness of investment projects at different debt levels showed, that increase of tax on profit rate from one side leads to decrease of project NPV, but from other side it leads to decrease of sensitivity of NPV with respect to leverage level. At high leverage level L the influence of tax on profit rate change on effectiveness of investment projects becomes significantly less.

- Studying the influence of growth of tax on profit rate on the efficiency of the investment as well has led to two qualitatively new effects in investments:

1. the growth of tax on profit rate changes the nature of the NPV dependence on leverage L at some value t*: there is a transition from diminishing function NPV(L) at t<t*, to growing function NPV(L) at t>t*.

2. at high leverage levels the growth of tax on profit rate leads to the growth of the efficiency of the investments.

Discovered effects in investments can be applied in a real economic practice for optimizing of the management of investments.

  Established BFO theory allows to conduct a valid assessment of the core parameters of financial activities of companies, such as weighted average cost of capital and equity capital cost of the company, its capitalization. It allows to a management of company to make adequate decisions, that improves the effectiveness of the company management. More generally, the introduction of the new system of evaluation of the parameters of financial activities of companies into the systems of financial reporting (IFRS, GAAP etc.) would lead to lower risk of global financial crisis.

  Corporate management in the modern world is the management of financial flows. The proposed Brusov-Filatova-Orekhova theory allows correctly identify a discount rates - basic parameters for discounting of financial flows to arbitrary time moment, compare financial flows with a view to adoption of literate managerial decisions. The discount rate is a key link of the existing financial system, by pulling on the which modern finance can be adequately build, and  BFO theory can assist in this.

Applications of BFO theory in corporate finance and investments will be discussed in the following areas: 1. Optimal capital structure in companies and corporations; 2. Rating agencies; 3. Investment companies; 4. Banks and credit organizations;  5. Valuation of business; 6. Insurance companies; 7. Financial reports (ISFR, GAAP etc). In each area using the results of BFO theory, correct discount rate etc. will be very important.

While main results of BFO theory one can see from the monograph by Brusov et al. Modern Corporate Finance, Investments and Taxation, Springer, 2015, http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319147314, in this issue the father development of modern capital structure theory and its application in different areas of corporate finance, mentioned above, will be discussed.

And the first paper of this issue "The ratings: new approach" will be devoted to application of the perpetuity limit of BFO theory (MM theory) to rating methodology: for the first time we will incorporate the main parameters of ratings - rating "ratios" -directly into modern capital structure theory. This allows to use the powerful methods and "toolkit" of this theory in rating and creates practically the new basis of a rating methodology, that allows make more correct ratings.

List of articles already lined up on this topic:
Ratings: a new approach
Peter Brusov, Tatiana Filatova, Natali Orekhova, Veniamin Kulik

New meaningful effects in modern capital structure theory
Peter Brusov, Tatiana Filatova, Natali Orekhova, Veniamin Kulik

Improving business performance through financial modeling and analysis
Olga Efimova

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Prof. Dr. Badar Alam Iqbal

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Dr. Iqbal is Emeritus Professor; External-Relation- Chair of Research; at Federic Bastiat Institute for African Research; Ghana.

Visiting Emeritus Professor at College of Business Administration, IUBAT; Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Executive Editor {Journal of Reviews on Global Economics}; Scopus Journal [USA)

Guest Editor; Management and Economics Research Journal; USA

Editor; Journal of Business and Financial Affairs; USA

Consulting Editor; Pacific Business Review.

Prof. Badar Alam Iqbal; Ph.D has been the DAAD, Fellow at German Institute of Economic Research; Berlin, Kiel Institute of World Economics; Kiel, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg; Germany; Ford Foundation, American Research Center USA; Fulbright Visiting Professor; US; Institute of Developing Economies; Tokyo; Former Fulbright scholar-in-Residence (SIR) 2004-05 at School of Business; Claflin University; South Carolina, USA. In 2016-17, the Fulbright Commission Washington has again nominated for Scholar-in-residence (SIR) at School of Business; Kentucky State University; USA.

Now Dr. Iqbal is Emeritus Professor; External-Relation- Chair of Research; at Federic Bastiat Institute for African Research; Ghana.

Adjunct Professor; Monarch Business School; Monarch University; Switzerland; Visiting Professor at University of Rennes1; France; University of South Africa; Peritoria; Former Extra Ordinary Professor, School of Economic Sciences; North-West University; South Africa; International Islamic University; Malaysia AIMA Accredited Management Professor; New Delhi; International Accredited Organization’s Professor; USA; Recently, International University of Business, Agriculture and Technology has conferred Visiting Emeritus Professor at College of Business Administration, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

In 2018, Prof. Iqbal was Visiting Professor; Faculty of Management Sciences; Vaal University of Technology; Vanderbijalpark; South Africa

American Bibliographical Institute; USA; has Inducted Prof. Iqbal into Hall of Fame for Distinguished Accomplishments in Commerce and Management;

The Brazilian Government has awarded a Two Months Fellowship to teach a course on International Economics and Business at Graduate Program from September 15 2013 to November 14, 2013. Chinese Government has given One Month Fellowship for research at Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT); Beijing, China. EU Commission; Denmark; has awarded Three month Scholarship to teach a course at University of Warsaw; Poland in 2014.

Second best Speech at BRICS Forum; University of Guangzhou; China; Member; Editorial Review Board; IGI; Global USA.

The Society of Emerging Economies, Guangzhou, China has invited Prof. Iqbal for the International Conference, China for 2015 and 2016. BRICS Think Tank has also invited Prof. Iqbal to their Roundtable, at Guangzhou on December 3, 2015; November 3, 2016 and November 3, 2017. China Council for BRICS Think-Tank Cooperation, Guangdong University of Technology has invited Prof. Iqbal for Its Global Seminar on BRICS, on May 16, 2017. Sichuan International Studies University; China has invited Prof. Iqbal as an Invited Speaker/Commenter to its International Conference on BRICS on May 20, 2017. In 1992, Prof. Iqbal was Visiting Associate Professor at Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), Mumbai which is the primer research center of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and worked on FDI Inflows in South Asia: A Case of India.

External PH.D Supervisor atGraduate School of Business & Leadership University of KwaZulu-Natal, Westville Campus; South Africa; Uganda Institute of Management; Kampala.; Great Zimbabwe University; Zimbabwe;

External Referee for Promotion of Professor, Associate Professor; University of Natal; South Africa; University of Kuwait; Kuwait; King Abdul Aziz University; Saudi Arabia; Karachi University, Gomal University, Pakistan; University of Jordan

External Evaluator of Ph.D. thesis at Latrobe University; Australia; RMIT University; Australia; Natal University; South Africa; North-West University; South Africa. University Putra Malaysia; University of Malaya; Malaysia; University of Khartoum; Tanzania, Trabhune University; Nepal.

MBA Dissertations Examiner; Natal University, South Africa; North West University, South Arica. Makerere University Business School; Ghana; University of Malawi; Polytechnic. External Examiner for Graduate Programme. University of Rhodes; South Africa; University of Jonesburg; South Africa;Open University of West Indies; External Examiner for Master of Business Administration for University of Malawi, Africa.

Chief Associate Editor-in-Chief; International Journal of Management and Innovation; Taiwan; Member Advisory Board, Africa and Brazilian Studies; Editor-in-Chief, Advances in Arts and Social Sciences; Nigeria; Member, Global Council of Peer Reviewers; USA; Chief Reviewer, Global Journal of Strategy and Governance; Canada; Member; Served as a Reviewer for World Finance Congress; Brazil. Special Advisor, Transnational Corporations Review (TNCR); Ottawa, Canada; Member, International Advisory Board; Ellta; Malaysia; Guest Editor; Journal of Review on Global Economics; USA; Member Editorial Board; European Scientific Journal; European Scientific Institute; UK. Special Advisor; Transnational Corporations Review (TNCR); Taylor and Francis; UK

Guest editor, Management and Economics Research Journal; USA; Guest editor; Austin Journal of Business Administration and Management; USA. Guest Editor; Special Issues (Global trade, Transnational Tourism and Global FDI); Transnational Corporation Review; Taylor and Francis, UK. Executive Editor; Journal of Reviews on Global Economics; USA. Editorial Review Board Member; IGI; Global USA; Guest Editor; Management Economics Research Journal; USA; Advisory Editor; International Journal of Marketing Knowledge; Iran.

Published 145 papers in Foreign Journals in Switzerland; Canada; UK; Mexico; Brazil; Romania; USA; 15 Editorial Notes in American and UK journals; 06 papers in Edited Volume in Foreign Countries and 12 papers in Edited Volume in India; and 85 in Indian Academic Journals of Repute. Author of 12 books based on research conducted at different Institutes/Universities around the world. 05 papers have been included in International Bibliographies and Encyclopedias’.

Teaching Subjects at Graduate and Masters’ Level in different universities across the world:

  1. International Economics
  2. International Business
  3. International Business Environment
  4. International Marketing


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Table of Contents

Volume 6, 2017

open-access

 

 

 



The Mediating Role of Organizational Culture on the Relationship between Employee Performance and Antecedents in the Hotel Sector - Pages 489-497

Ghaith Abdulraheem Ali Alsheikh, Mutia Sobihah Binti Abd Halim, Maysoon Shafeeq Ahmad Alremawi and Abdul Malek Bin A Tambi

DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.49

 

The Impact of Human Resource Management Practices, Organizational Culture, Motivation and Knowledge Management on Job Performance with Leadership Style as Moderating Variable in the Jordanian Commercial Banks Sector - Pages 477-488

 Ghaith Abdulraheem Ali Alsheikh, Enas Ali Theeb Alnawafleh, Mutia Sobihah Binti Abd Halim and Abdul Malek Bin A Tambi

 DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.48

Racing to the Bottom? The Link between Exporting Behaviour and Worker Job Satisfaction - Pages 463-476
Zara Liaqat
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.47

Retroeconomics – Moving from Dying to Brisk Economy - Pages 455-462
Vladimer Papava
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.46

Voluntary Corporate Governance Disclosure Innovative Evidence: The Case of Jordan - Pages 443-454
Ahmad Hamed Awwad Almanasir and B. Shivaraj
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.45

Effects of Market Reforms and External Shocks on Indian Stock Indices: Evidence on Structural Breaks and Weak-Form Efficiency - Pages 426-442
Somnath Chattopadhyay and Suchismita Bose
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.44

Real Risk-Free Rate, the Central Bank, and Stock Market Bubbles - Pages 420-425
Jukka Ilomäki and Hannu Laurila
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.43

European Insurance Markets in Face of Financial Crisis: Application of Learning Curve Concept as a Tool of Insurance Products Innovation – Discussion - Pages 404-419
Adam Śliwński, Anna Karmańska and Tomasz Michalski
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.42

Exploration of Leisure Time Valuation to Explain Sex-Based Wage Gaps among Salaried Primary Care Physicians in the US - Pages 395-403
William B. Weeks and Bruno Ventelou
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.41

The Invisible Hand of Rent Seeking: Capitalism, Democracy, and the Budget Deficits - Pages 380-394
Hiroaki Hayakawa and Yannis P. Venieris
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.40

Special Issue

Recent Topical Research on Global, Energy, Health & Medical, and Tourism Economics, and Global Software

Recent Topical Research on Global, Energy, Health & Medical, and Tourism Economics, and Global Software: An Overview - Pages 218-224
Chia-Lin Chang and Michael McAleer
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.20

Global Economics
Re-Opening the Silk Road to Transform Chinese Trade
- Pages 225-232

Ning Mao and Michael McAleer
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.21

Education and Skill Mismatches in Maptaphut Industrial Estate, Thailand - Pages 233-238
Duangjan Varakamin
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.22

Development of a Code of Practice and Indicators for Quality Management of Official Statistics in Thailand - Pages 239-247
Titirut Mekbunditkul and Sorachai Phisalbutr
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.23

Energy Economics
Projections of Energy Use and Carbon Emissions for Bangkok, Thailand
- Pages 248-257
Aumnad Phdungsilp
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.24

Multi-Fuel Allocation for Power Generation Using Genetic Algorithms - Pages 258-268
Anurak Choeichum, Narongdech Keeratipranon and Chaiyaporn Khemapatapan
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.25

Optimal Active Energy Loss with Feeder Routing and Renewable Energy for Smart Grid Distribution - Pages 269-278
Phatcharasak Phawanaphinyo, Narongdech Keeratipranon and Chaiyaporn Khemapatapan
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.26

Health & Medical Economics
Demand for Narcotics in Thailand, with Policy Implications
- Pages 279-284

Renu Sukharomana and Chia-Lin Chang
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.27

Computer Technology to Improve Medical Information in Bangkok, Thailand - Pages 285-292
Waraporn Jirapanthong
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.28

Tourism Economics
Heritage Tourism and Vibrant Life of the Baan Lao Community, Chao Phraya River, Bangkok, Thailand
- Pages 293-301

Korakit Choomgrant and Renu Sukharomana
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.29

Ecotourism Impacts on the Economy, Society and Environment of Thailand - Pages 302-312
Aswin Sangpikul
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.30

Taxi Drivers’ Cross-Cultural Communication Problems and Challenges in Bangkok, Thailand - Pages 313-320
Janpha Thadphoothon
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.31

Global Software
A Hybrid Knowledge Discovery System Based on Items and Tags
- Pages 321-327

Winyu Niranatlamphong and Worasit Choochaiwattana
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.32

Using a Game Development Platform to Improve Advanced Programming Skills - Pages 328-334
Banyapon Poolsawas and Winyu Niranatlamphong
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.33

Quadratic Approximation of the Newsvendor Problem with Imperfect Quality - Pages 335-341
Natapat Areerakulkan
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.34

You’ve Got Email: A Workflow Management Extraction System - Pages 342-349
Piyanuch Chaipornkaew, Takorn Prexawanprasut and Michael McAleer
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.35

An Academic Search Engine for Personalized Rankings - Pages 350-354
Worasit Choochaiwattana
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.36

Creative and Learning Processes using Game-Based Activities - Pages 355-366
Wilawan Inchamnan and Karuna Yampray
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.37

Personal Software Process with Automatic Requirements Traceability to Support Startups - Pages 367-374
Waraporn Jirapanthong
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.38

Comparing Statistical and Data Mining Techniques for Enrichment Ontology with Instances - Pages 375-379
Aurawan Imsombut and Jesada Kajornrit
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.39

Special Issue

Monetary Policy in a Post-Crisis World: Experiences and Practices



DemoRicardo Ramalhete Moreira
(Guest Editor)
E-mail: Ricardo Ramalhete Moreira

EDITORIAL: Monetary Policy in a Post-Crisis World: Experiences and Practices - Page i

Ricardo Ramalhete Moreira

Predicting Fed Forecasts - Pages 175-180
Neil R. Ericsson
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.15

The “Sudden” Transition to the Free Floating Exchange Rate Regime in Russia in 2014 - Pages 181-192
Evgenii V. Gilenko
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.16

Expectations, Taylor Rules and Liquidity Traps - Pages 193-197
Yangyang Ji
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.17

Changes in Inflation Persistence Prior and Subsequent to the Subprime Crisis: What are the Implications for South Africa? - Pages 198-207
Andrew Phiri
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.18

Correlations between the Market Price of Interest Rate Risk and Bond Yields - Pages 208-217
Takashi Yasuoka
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.19



Chinese Economy in 2050 - The Key Challenges on the way to Grow - Pages 163-174
Piotr Rubaj
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.14

Prediction of Gas Concentration Based on the Opposite Degree Algorithm - Pages 154-162
Xiao-Guang Yue and Michael McAleer
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.13

Some Problems on the Sectoral Structure, GDP Growth and Sustainability of Vietnam - Pages 143-153
Bui Trinh and Bui Quoc
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.12

Can Europe Prosper Without the Common Currency? A Historical Perspective - Pages 129-142
Ton Notermans
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.11

Determinants of Satisfaction with an Urban Tourism Destination: The Case of Barcelona - Pages 113-128
Teresa Garín-Muñoz and María J. Moral
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.10

Foreign Direct Investment and its Literature Review - Pages 105-112
Khaldoun Maddallah Al-Qaisi
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.09

Modeling of the Aerial Capacity through a Leontief Production Function: The Case of Tunisian Airports - Pages 98-104
Harizi Besma, Harizi Riadh and M'raïhi Rafaa
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.08

Sustainable Development as a Macro-Regional Goal - Pages 87-97
Donatella Porrini and Fabrizio Striani
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.07

A Theory of Currency Unions and Equity Price Shocks - Pages 68-86
Christopher E.S. Warburton
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.06

Theravada Buddhism and Thai Luxury Fashion Consumption - Pages 58-67
Michael McAleer and Ning Mao
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.05

Defining the Role of Competition in the Airport Industry: A Critical Assessment - Pages 42-57
Michael L. Polemis and Aikaterina Oikonomou
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.04

Financial Development, Investment and Economic Growth: Evidence from Nigeria - Pages 33-41
Umar Bida Ndako
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.03

Market Efficiency in the MENA Equity Markets: Evidence from Newly Developed Tests and Regime Change - Pages 15-32
Ata Assaf and Husni Charif
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.02

Inflation Dynamics and Monetary Transmission in Turkey in the Inflation Targeting Regime - Pages 1-14
Arzu Tay Bayramoglu and Larry Allen
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2017.06.01

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