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Google Trends and cryptocurrencies: a nonparametric causality-in-quantiles analysis

Khaled GUESMI, Ali Raza Syed, Larisa Yarovaya, Nida Shah
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Decoding AI readiness: An in-depth analysis of key dimensions in multinational corporations

Francesco APPIO, Subhasis Ray, Sanjit Roy, Richard Gruner, Ali Tehrani

Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands ready to impact all aspects of business, from optimizing operations to personalizing services and enhancing customer value. However, many organizations grapple with implementing AI solutions due to a lack of necessary infrastructure and mechanisms.

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Democracy and Intra-Africa Trade

Whelsy BOUNGOU, Francis OSEI-TUTU, Amara ZONGO

Despite numerous efforts by policymakers, trade among African countries remain abysmal. In this paper, we investigate whether democracy affects intra-Africa trade of goods.

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Federal judge ideology and real earnings management

Hatem RJIBA, K. Elmawazini, E. Galariotis, A. Hossain

We examine the impact of liberal judge ideology, as an exogenous proxy for litigation risk, on real earning management. Our main findings suggest that U.S. firms headquartered in circuits that are more likely to be dominated by liberal judges engage in less real earnings management.

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The emergence of communities through interdependent dynamics of physical, cognitive and virtual contexts: the case of collaborative spaces.

Research about the emergence of communities has mainly focused on a single context of interaction, either physical or virtual.

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Acceptance of circular entrepreneurship: Employees’ perceptions on organizations’ transition to the circular economy

Wissal BEN ARFI, Georges Bogdan Dragan, Victor Tiberius, Aymen Ammari, Marcos Ferasso
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Climate change concerns and macroeconomic condition predictability

Christian UROM, Imaculata Nnenna Enwo-Irem

This study examines the aggregate and disaggregated effects of media concerns about climate change on the predictability of future macroeconomic conditions using quantile regression technique for the period from January, 2003 to August, 2022.

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Drivers of digital transformation in SMEs

Nessrine OMRANI, Nada Rejeb, Adnane Maalaoui, Marina Dabic, Sascha Kraus