International Journal of Electronic Finance
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#1Matthew Kenneth Hendricks (UCT: University of Cape Town)
#2Adheesh Budree (UCT: University of Cape Town)H-Index: 1
This paper investigates developing a conceptual model for credit scoring microfinance in South Africa. This poses an issue as the demand for micro-lending arise primarily from the lowest income groups who are normally found in rural or peri-urban areas and are not easily accessible. Current literature and research on credit scoring models within microfinance for low-income groups was found to be extremely limited. Based on current research, this paper assessed the use of collateral and collatera...
#1Candy Lim Chiu (Kean University)H-Index: 4
#2Jason Lim Chiu (UST: University of Santo Tomas)H-Index: 2
Last.Somkiat Mansumitrchai (Kean University)H-Index: 4
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Several studies suggest that consumers have not adopted online banking system to the same degree primarily because of online trust related issues. It is a long-term barrier for realising the potentials of B2C banking innovations. However, current literature relating to trust in online banking arguably falls short in at least two areas. First, lack of comprehensive study detailing the stages of trust as mediating variable between antecedents and consequence in order to understand consumers' onlin...
#1Arash Moradi (UTM: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)
Last.Rubiyah Yusof (UTM: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)H-Index: 22
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Exchange rate has been always a focal point for researchers within international scope. Globalisation and the role of exchange rate create a challenging market where short-term prediction is concerned. The ability to predict the exchange rate is a challenging topic for professionals and practitioners. This paper proposes a method to address the current issues of predicting the market changes using characteristics of financial time series. The main idea is that neural network and support vector m...
#1Safiat Ali Sabr Ali (College of Business Administration)H-Index: 1
Last.Ibrahim AlmarashdehH-Index: 9
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This present study scrutinises the factors determining the magnitude of deposits of commercial banks operating in Sudan during the period from 1970 to 2012. Factors under scrutiny are inflation rate, total credit as a percentage of GDP, interest rate (profit margin), money supply as the GDP percentage and per capita GDP. This study utilises the approach of autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) to co-integration and the related error correction model (ECM) for the examination of the factors. The ...
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#1Tanu Tiwari (Amity University)
#2Alpana Srivastava (Amity University)H-Index: 1
Last.Surendra KumarH-Index: 5
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India is home to 17.5% of the world's population and nearly 76% of its adult population does not understand even the basic financial concepts. Post-independence, Government of India has put continued effort to include more and more people and entities under the sphere of banking and financial services. Indian banking history has witnessed reforms, liberalisation and privatisation. Over the time innovation in digital technologies has led to adoption of digital payments to boost slow penetration o...
#1Parthajit Roy (B. U.: University of Burdwan)H-Index: 2
#2Abhijit Roy (St. Xavier's College-Autonomous, Mumbai)
There has been a large pool of research on the factors of initial public offerings (IPO) underpricing and investors' herd behaviour that influence investment decisions in general but no attention has been paid on the security aspects of IPO bidding and allocation processes to avoid unfair and fraudulent trading activities. This paper proposes a cryptographic model for secure auction of initial public offerings in Indian context. The paper synthesises IPOs by identifying the vulnerable points in ...
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