International Journal of Finance and Policy Analysis: Volume 3, Number 1

International Journal of Finance and Policy Analysis: Volume 3, Number 1

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CONTENTS: 1. Measuring Changes in Liquidity Using the Bid-offer Price Proxy: Determinants of Liquidity in the United Kingdom Gilt Market by Moorad Choudhry 2. Impact of Electronic Tax Registers on VAT Compliance: A Study of Kenyan Private Business Firms by I. K. Naibei and E. M. Siringi 3. Foreign Direct Investment Inflows, Merchandize Trade and Economic Growth in India: An Analytical Study by Mousumi Bhattacharya 4. Extension of Technology Adoption Model (TAM) Intention to Use Internet Banking: Evidence from India by V.V.Ravi Kumar, S.K. Bose and P.V.Raghavan 5. Assessment of the Impact of Financial Risk and Market Variables on Expert Investment Preferences in Colombo Stock Exchange by M. M. Fonseka, A.M.T.P. Athauda and G. L. Tian 6. Assessing the Impact of Microfinance Institutions on Financial Development within the West African Monetary and Economic Union by Kanfitine Lare-Lantone 7. Growth of Banking Sector in the Sultanate of Oman: An Analysis by Imran Azad, A.H.M. Saifullah Sadi and Mohd. Faiyaz Click here to download full PDF edition of this issue (free limited time open access) Go to Journal Homepage Go to Series editor website About the Journal The International Journal of Finance and Policy Analysis (IJFPA) aims to publish high-quality papers that are of interest to academicians and practitioners. IJFPA is peer-reviewed and publishes both applied and theoretical papers bi-annually. The journal only considers original manuscripts for publication. IJFPA welcomes contributions in the areas of corporate finance, investments, corporate governance, international finance, financial markets a institutions, credit analysis, financial planning, financial risk management, behavioural finance, financial services management, capital structure, international financial market linkages, portfolio management, financial analysis, financial market regulations, and international banking. Other papers that might be of interest to the readership will be considered for publication. The readership of IJFPA includes academics, professionals, scholars, practitioners, and policy analysts.Extension of Technology Adoption Model (TAM) Intention to Use Internet Banking : Evidence from India V.V.Ravi Kumar Assistant Professor, Department of Management ... (2006) have profiled the characteristics of an Internet Banking user.

Title:International Journal of Finance and Policy Analysis: Volume 3, Number 1
Publisher:Universal-Publishers - 2011-06-30

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