Impacts, Sustainability, and Resilience on the Egyptian Tourism and Hospitality Industry after the Russian Airplane crash in 2015.
Revisiting the relationship between business conditions, climate policy uncertainty, and environmental pollution: evidence from the USA
The relationship between climate risk, climate policy uncertainty, and CO2 emissions: Empirical evidence from the US
This paper examines the relationship between climate risk and climate policy uncertainty, and CO2 emissions in the US over the 2000–2022 period using a structural Factor- Augmented Vector AutoRegression (FAVAR) model with a two-step principal component analysis based on monthly observations.
Color effectiveness. Influence of color and typography of commercial websites on surfurs’ reactions: An experimental study of their interaction effects
Does adhering to the principles of green finance matter for stock valuation? Evidence from testing for (co-) explosiveness
We use a test for co-explosiveness to improve our understanding of the effects of green finance on the valuation of stocks.
Patients’ behavioral intentions toward robotic adoption in healthcare: An approach on apprehension of embedding robotics
The ubiquitous healthcare sector requires a variegated set of emerging innovations and advanced technologies in the healthcare sector.
PGP for portfolio optimization: application to ESG index family
The conventional portfolio design approach assumes Gaussian return distributions, but this is not accurate in practice. Asymmetric and heavy-tailed return distributions necessitate consideration of higher-order moments such as skewness and kurtosis, in addition to mean and variance.
The inflation loop is not a myth
This paper is part of the current debate around the wage-price spiral as inflation surges rapidly, and it assesses empirically whether the prevalence of wage indexation arrangements and the balance of bargaining power between workers and firms can explain cross-country differences in the dynamics