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Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting

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20.09.2017 | Original Research

Bank competition and the cost of bank loans

I comprehensively study the effect of bank competition on the cost of bank loans using U.S. bank loan data from 1995 to 2010. The cost of bank loans is analyzed with regard to loan spreads and covenant intensity. I show that loan spreads and …

20.09.2017 | Original Research

Is gold a hedge against inflation? A wavelet time-scale perspective

Among the many presumed characteristics of gold, the ability to act as an enduring store of value is frequently noted. In this paper, the ability of gold to dynamically hedge against inflation is examined for various holding periods using the …

18.09.2017 | Original Research

Is less information better information? Evidence from the credit rating withdrawal

This paper examines the stock market reaction to two different types of credit rating withdrawals by Moody’s. The first type of withdrawal occurs when a firm stops being rated. This happens, for example, when firms choose to no longer pay for a …

18.09.2017 | Original Research

Local investor attention and post-earnings announcement drift

We show that local investor attention, as a proxy for the arrival rate of informed trading, has an impact on post-earnings announcement drift. Measured by monthly abnormal Google search volume before the earnings announcement, high (low) local …

14.09.2017 | Original Research

Symmetric and asymmetric nonlinear causalities between oil prices and the U.S. economic sectors

This study investigates the causal dynamics of the U.S. sector price changes and oil price changes using the symmetric nonlinear and asymmetric nonlinear causality tests. We find a unidirectional causality from each sector to the oil market using …

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Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting deals with research involving the interaction of finance with accounting, economics and quantitative methods, focused on finance and accounting.

The papers published present useful theoretical and methodological results with the support of interesting empirical applications. Purely theoretical and methodological research with the potential for important applications is also published. Besides the traditional high-quality, theoretical and empirical research in finance, the journal also publishes papers dealing with interdisciplinary topics including:
Financial accounting which uses financial and economic theory and/or methodology;
Managerial accounting and auditing which use financial and economic theory and/or methodology to deal with internal accounting data and decision making;
Macro-economics which uses finance theory and/or methodology to analyze fiscal and/or monetary policies;
Managerial economics which uses financial theory and/or methodology to analyze the decisions of a firm.

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