Middle Eastern Finance and Economics

Issue 14
June, 2011

Gender Diversity at the Board and Financial Performance: A Study on ISE (Istanbul Stock Exchange)
Chun-An Li and Tsung-Hsien Chen
6-15

Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Models: A Tool for Monetary Policy in Light of Lucas Critique
Syed Kashif Saeed, Shahid Mehmood Sargana, Usman Ayub16 and Faisal Nawaz
16-25

Toward a Predicting Model of Firm Bankruptcy: Evidence from the Tunisian Context
Mondher Kouki and Abderrazek Elkhaldi
26-43

Interdependency and Forecasting of Money Supply and Interest Rate (A Vector Auto Regression Model Approach)
Gaurav Agrawal and Rohit Shukla
44-53

Analysis of the Structure of Businesses in Kosovo in Terms of their Size and the Need for Accounting Information
Nexhmie Vokshi
54-59

Service Quality Perspectives and Customer Satisfaction in Commercial Banks Working in Jordan
Anber Abraheem Shlash Mohammad and Shireen Yaseen Mohammad Alhamadani
60-72

The use of Fundamental and Technical Analysis by Stock Exchange Dealers: Indian Evidence
Venkatesh. C. K. and Madhu Tyagi
73-82

Returns to Schooling and Labor Market Stratification in the Middle East and North Africa: Evidence from Egypt and Morocco
Mona Said and Fatma El-Hamidi
83-98

State of Working Capital Management Research: Bibliometric Study
Sari Viskari, Eero Lukkari and Timo Kärri
99-108

A Discussion on Capital Structure -by the Three-Year Period Longitudinal Mediation Analysis Model
Li-Ju Chen and Shun-Yu Chen
109-118

The Effect of Board Size on Firm Performance: Evidence from Turkey
Mehmet Sabri Topak
119-127

The Impact of Dollarization on the Efficiency of Monetary in Lebanon: Interaction between Dollarization and Inflation
Latifé Ghalayini
128-139

Long-Term Price Linkages between the Equity Markets and Oil Prices: A Study of Two Big Oil Consuming Countries of Asia
Pushpa Negi, Anindita Chakraborty and Garima Mathur
140-151

Does Foreign Ownership Affect Financial Performance? An Industrial Approach
Fatih Ecer, Gozde Ulutagay and Efendi Nasiboglu
152-166

International Equity Diversification between the Transition Countries and their Major Trading Partners, Germany, the UK, and the US: Nonparametric Cointegration Test
Han-Wen Tzeng
167-176