9th Economics & Finance Conference, London


Table of Content

Authors Title Pages
ČERMáKOVá KLáRA , KADEřáBKOVá BOžENA REMARKS ON FINANCIAL CRISIS, SPECULATIVE BUBLES AND SOME SPECIFICS IN THE CZECH ECONOMY 1 - 10
DZIEMIANOWICZ RYTA , KARGOL-WASILUK ANETA , WILDOWICZ-GIEGIEL ANNA NEW FISCAL POLICY? LESSON FROM THE CRISIS 11 - 31
ESTERHUYSE LEANA INVESTOR RELATIONS - ARE NATURAL RESOURCES COMPANIES BETTER? EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AFRICA. 32 - 50
HAQUE ABDUL , NASIR ADEEL THE APPLICATION OF VALUE AT RISK AND EXPECTED SHORTFALL AS CONTROLLING MECHANISM OF SYSTEMATIC RISK OF PAKISTANI STOCK MARKET 51 - 62
HEJDUKOVá PAVLíNA , KRECHOVSKá MICHAELA DEVELOPMENT OF ALTERNATIVE FINANCE MODELS AND THE POSITION OF CROWDFUNDING IN ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF FINANCE 63 - 74
HUSSAIN SHAHID , SAFDAR NABEEL OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE OF FAMILY BUSINESS GROUPS OF PAKISTAN 75 - 89
JAWORSKI JACEK , CZERWONKA LESZEK IMPACT OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE ON ENTERPRISE’S PROFITABILITY: EVIDENCE FROM WARSAW STOCK EXCHANGE 90 - 100
KOOWATTANATIANCHAI NATTAWOOT THE EXTENT TO WHICH EARNINGS ARE MANIPULATED IN THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF THAILAND AND ITS EXOGENOUS MACROECONOMIC FACTORS 101 - 117
KUREKOVá LUCIE REGIONAL DISPARITIES AND MIGRATION IN MEMBER STATES EU 118 - 127
NCHADZE LONTUM SCOPE ECONOMIES IN CAMEROON'S TELECOMMUNICATIONS SECTOR. 128 - 147
OLOYEDE JOHN ADEBAYO , FAPETU OLADAPO EFFECT OF EXCHANGE RATE VOLATILITY ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1986-2014) 148 - 157
RATTANASAMAKARN TANAPOL , TANSUCHAT ROENGCHAI REALIZED VOLATILITY IN AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES FUTURES 158 - 169
ROTSCHEDL JIRI ECONOMICS OF OBESITY – CASE STUDIES 170 - 178
KADERABKOVA BOZENA , JASOVA EMILIE ANALYSIS OF THE NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE IMPACT OF INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS ON UNEMPLOYMENT IN VISEGRAD COUNTRIES 179 - 197
SHABBAR SHAGUFTA , AHMED QAZI MASOOD , PASHA FAROOQ A JUXTAPOSITION OF TAX EXPENDITURES AND DIRECT EXPENDITURES: CASE STUDY OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR OF PAKISTAN 198 - 216
PATEL DIPALI PRAVIN CHHAGANLAL , CHOGA IREEN DETERMINANTS OF YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA 217 - 229