The cost of banking crises: Does the policy framework matter?
This paper empirically investigates how the stringency of monetary, fiscal and exchange rate policy frameworks impacts the expected cost of banking crises.
I live with terror inside me": Exploring customers' instinctive reactions to terror
Terrorist attacks occur mostly at public service-oriented sites. Consequently, their victims are likely to be customers. The present study explores how customers instinctively react toward the reality of terror in a matrix of 2
You follow fitness influencers on YouTube. But do you actually exercise? How parasocial relationships, and watching fitness influencers, relate to intentions to exercise
Digital celebrities found on social media platforms are found to be successful in endorsing brands and products, and influencing purchase intentions of their followers. However, influencers also promote values and lifestyles on their channels, such as healthy behavior and fitness.
Macroprudential and monetary policies: The need to dance the Tango in harmony
The evolution and heterogeneity of credit procyclicality in Central and Eastern Europe
This article presents empirical estimates of bank credit procyclicality for a sample of 11 Central and Eastern European countries (CEECs) for the period 2000Q1–2016Q4.
“L’homme a appris l’amour, le digital le transforme, l’homme a appris l’échange, le digital le monétise, l’homme a façonné son intelligence, le digital exploite ses faiblesses, l’homme a un crédit de temps, le digital le lui prend.”