Handbook of Research on Globalization, Investment, and Growth-Implications of Confidence and Governance, 1st Edition

  • Ramesh Chandra Das
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  • ISBN-10: 1466682752
  • ISBN-13: 9781466682757
  • DDC: 337.09172
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 572 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released January 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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The global economic crises of recent years have offered some sobering lessons, compelling economists, political scientists, and policymakers to reconsider traditional theories regarding the cultivation of developing nations. THE HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH ON GLOBALIZATION, INVESTMENT, AND GROWTH-IMPLICATIONS OF CONFIDENCE AND GOVERNANCE seeks to empirically explore the relationship between a number of variables, including consumer confidence, private-sector performance, and governmental regulation. Targeting academics, social scientists, financial professionals, and lawmakers, this book seeks to categorize and analyze developing economies in a post-crisis global financial landscape in order to help shape desperately-needed policies capable of safeguarding against potential catastrophe.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Advances in Finance, Accounting, and Economics (AFAE) Book Series.
Titles in this Series.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Growth and Economic Confidence.
1: Does Consumers’ Confidence Cause Consumption Spending? An Analysis of Selected Countries under the Purview of Global Financial Crisis.
2: The Role of Market Sentiment in Stock Price Movements: An Indian Experience.
3: Consumer Sentiment and Confidence during Post-Crisis 2008: A Panel Data Analysis.
4: Post Crisis Performance and Confidence of the Indian Economy.
5: Market Fundamentals and Stock Pricing in Nigeria: Further Evidence from Micro and Macro Analysis.
6: Globalization, Consumer's Preference, and Welfare in India:Results from CGE Model.
Governance, Institution, and Growth.
7: Governance and Capital Accumulation under Globalization: A Study on Some Selected Countries.
8: Corruption, Size of Government, and Economic Growth: Evidence from Global Data.
9: Dimensions of Good Governance: An Empirical Study.
10: The Inter-Linkage between Governance and Poverty: Evidences from SAARC Countries.
11: Sustaining Governance: The Case for Leadership.
12: Governance Evolution and Impact on Economic Growth:A South Asian Perspective.
13: Corporate Governance and Firm Performance: A Study of Listed Firms in India.
14: Globalization, Governance, and Food Security: The Case of BRICS.
Globalization, Investment, Growth, and lobal Financial Crisis.
15: Globalisation, Investment, and Global Economic Growth: Examining the Causes of Recent Banking Crises.
16: Waves of Financial Crisis: History Repeats Itself?.
17: Effect of Recent Global Financial Crisis on South Asian Economy with Special Reference to India.
18: Factors Determining Foreign Direct Investment Inflow to Nigeria during Pre-Financial Crisis: An Empirical Investigation.
19: Impact of Microfinance on Poverty in the Context of Global Financial Crisis: A Cross Country Analysis in South Asia.
20: Business Investment and the Nigerian Investible Capital Haemorrhage in Financial Crises.
21: FDI, Urbanization, and Economic Growth Linkages in India and China.
22: Institutional and Cultural Implications of Mexican SMEs Internalization.
Compilation of References.
About The Contributors.