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Details about Abd Halim Ahmad

Workplace:School of Economics, Finance and Banking, College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia (Northern University of Malaysia), (more information at EDIRC)

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Journal Articles

2023

  1. Financial inclusion, economic growth and the role of digital technology
    Finance Research Letters, 2023, 53, (C) Downloads View citations (5)

2022

  1. Analysing the impact of ESG on the performance of Malaysian public-listed companies
    International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets, 2022, 14, (4), 415-434 Downloads
  2. Environmental, Social and Governance Performance: Continuous Improvement Matters
    Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies, 2022, 59, (1), 49-69
  3. FinTech and financial stability: Threat or opportunity?
    Finance Research Letters, 2022, 47, (PB) Downloads View citations (14)

2021

  1. Does ESG certification add firm value?
    Finance Research Letters, 2021, 39, (C) Downloads View citations (28)
  2. Financialization, digital technology and income inequality
    Applied Economics Letters, 2021, 28, (16), 1339-1343 Downloads View citations (2)
  3. Sponsor ownership and IPO initial return: evidence from Pakistan stock exchange
    Pacific Accounting Review, 2021, 34, (1), 105-126 Downloads

2020

  1. Impact of pricing mechanism on IPO oversubscription: evidence from Pakistan stock exchange
    Pacific Accounting Review, 2020, 32, (2), 239-254 Downloads View citations (2)

2019

  1. Predicting Financially Distressed Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises in Malaysia
    Global Business Review, 2019, 20, (3), 627-639 Downloads
  2. What factors discriminate reorganized and delisted distressed firms: Evidence from Malaysia
    Finance Research Letters, 2019, 29, (C), 50-56 Downloads View citations (1)

2018

  1. Long-run performance of firms emerging from financial distress: Empirical evidence from Malaysia
    Economics and Business Letters, 2018, 7, (1), 47-54 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Market reactions to financial distress announcements: Do political connections matter?
    Cogent Economics & Finance, 2018, 6, (1), 1483304 Downloads

2017

  1. Credit and the housing boom in Malaysa: a come back?
    Economics and Business Letters, 2017, 6, (4), 110-115 Downloads View citations (2)

2016

  1. Market reactions to financial distress announcements: Does the market react differently to different outcomes?
    Economics Bulletin, 2016, 36, (2), 601-608 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Modelling small and medium-sized enterprises' failure in Malaysia
    International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 2016, 28, (1), 101-116 Downloads View citations (3)

2014

  1. International reserves holding and the political risk: evidence from selected emerging economies
    Global Business and Economics Review, 2014, 16, (3), 332-348 Downloads

2013

  1. Does External Debt Contribute to Malaysia Economic Growth?
    Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja, 2013, 26, (2), 51-68 Downloads
  2. Investigation of optimal capital structure in Malaysia: a panel threshold estimation
    Studies in Economics and Finance, 2013, 30, (2), 108-117 Downloads View citations (1)

2010

  1. Efficient market hypothesis in emerging markets: Panel data evidence with multiple breaks and cross sectional dependence
    Economics Bulletin, 2010, 30, (4), 2987-2995 Downloads View citations (5)
  2. FDI and economic growth: New evidence on the role of financial markets
    Economics Letters, 2010, 107, (2), 211-213 Downloads View citations (131)

2008

  1. Sovereign Credit Ratings and Macroeconomic Variables: An Empirical Analysis on Dynamic Linkages in Malaysia Using Bound Test Approach
    The IUP Journal of Applied Economics, 2008, VII, (6), 29-39 View citations (3)

2007

  1. Hedge Funds and Exchange Rates Interactions in Indonesia: A Note
    The IUP Journal of Financial Economics, 2007, V, (3), 59-63
 
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