Banking, Finance, and Accounting: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications

Editor: Information Resources Management Association
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: IGI Global

Single-User Purchase Price: $2395.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $3592.50
ISBN: 978-1-4666-6268-1
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Economics
Image Count: 309
Book Status: Available
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Banking, Finance, and Accounting: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications investigates recent advances and undertakings in the financial industry to better equip all members of the world economy with the tools and insights needed to weather any shift in the economic climate. With chapters on topics ranging from investment portfolios to credit unions, this multi-volume reference source will serve as a crucial resource for managers, investors, brokers, and all others within the banking industry.

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Table of Contents

  • Editorial Advisory Board and List of Reviewers
  • Preface
  • Section 1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories
  • Preface to Fundamental Concepts and Theories
  • Chapter 1: Project Initiation
  • Chapter 2: Innovation and Competitiveness
  • Chapter 3: Internet Banking Adoption by the Customers of Private Sector Banks in India
  • Chapter 4: Causality between Credit Deposit Ratio and Credit Share in Major Indian States during 1972 -2008
  • Chapter 5: Production, Trade, Knowledge Economy, and ICTs in Arab Countries
  • Chapter 6: The State-Based Factors Affecting Inward FDI Employment in the US
  • Chapter 7: The Situation of Knowledge Economy in the Arab and EEE Regions
  • Chapter 8: Investment and Development Banks and Strategies in Turkey
  • Chapter 9: International Evidence on Financing of R&D
  • Chapter 10: Factors Driving Value Creation in Online B2B Banking
  • Chapter 11: Overview of Mobile Payment
  • Chapter 12: Liquidity Management in the Large Value Payment Systems
  • Chapter 13: Financial Distress and Bankruptcy Costs
  • Chapter 14: IT Security Governance in E-Banking
  • Chapter 15: Systemic Risk, Stress Testing, and Financial Contagion
  • Chapter 16: Behavioral Finance in Theory and Practice
  • Section 2: Development and Design Methodologies
  • Preface to Development and Design Methodologies
  • Chapter 17: Drop-Out Risk Measurement of E-Banking Customers
  • Chapter 18: Modeling the FX Market Traders' Behavior
  • Chapter 19: A Competitive Approach to Financial Issues
  • Chapter 20: Impact of NPAs on Bank Profitability
  • Chapter 21: Enhancement of Efficiency and Effectiveness in Banking through CRM Systems
  • Chapter 22: A Game Theoretic Approach to Corporate Lending by the Banks in India
  • Chapter 23: Money Supply
  • Chapter 24: A Conceptual Framework for Online Stock Trading Service Adoption
  • Chapter 25: Structural Models for E-Banking Adoption in Vietnam
  • Chapter 26: International Stock Investment Portfolio Management Strategies for Emerging Economies
  • Chapter 27: Monetary Policy Instruments and Bank Risks in China
  • Chapter 28: ICT Infrastructure Framework for Microfinance Institutions and Banks in Pakistan
  • Chapter 29: ICT Investments and Management for Organizations
  • Chapter 30: Multi-Agent Financial Network (MAFN) Model of US Collateralized Debt Obligations (CDO)
  • Section 3: Organizational and Social Implications
  • Preface to Organizational and Social Implications
  • Chapter 31: The Global Financial Crisis and Central Bank Speak
  • Chapter 32: Mutual Fund Performance and Investor's Perception
  • Chapter 33: Agricultural Investment Risk Relationship to National Domestic Production
  • Chapter 34: Liquidity Saving Mechanisms and Bank Behavior in Payment Systems
  • Chapter 35: Banks and People in the Development Process
  • Chapter 36: Customers' Perspectives of Internet Banking Adoption in Developing Economies
  • Chapter 37: Understanding Security in Consumer Adoption of Internet Banking
  • Chapter 38: Use and Management of Conventional ICT and Mobile Technology in Microfinance
  • Chapter 39: Self-Service Technology Banking Preferences
  • Chapter 40: Leveraging Technology Options for Financial Inclusion in India
  • Chapter 41: Investment Attractiveness of Visegrad Group Countries
  • Chapter 42: Racial Differences in Financial Socialization and Financial Behaviors of U.S. College Students
  • Chapter 43: Explaining International Land Transactions in Africa
  • Chapter 44: The Behavior Intention of Tunisian Banks' Customers on using Internet Banking
  • Chapter 45: An Investigation of Greek Firms' Compliance to IFRS Mandatory Disclosure Requirements
  • Chapter 46: Corruption's Effect on Foreign Direct Investment
  • Section 4: Managerial Impact
  • Preface to Managerial Impact
  • Chapter 47: Fund Manager Overconfidence and Investment Narratives
  • Chapter 48: Modern Risk Management Techniques in Banking Sector
  • Chapter 49: Managing Customer Knowledge in Service Economy
  • Chapter 50: Impact Evaluation of Customer Knowledge Process on Customer Knowledge Expansion
  • Chapter 51: The Role of Relational Mediators in the CRM-Performance Link
  • Chapter 52: Computing Skills in Forecasting for Liquidity Risk Management in the Indian Banking Industry
  • Chapter 53: An Investigation into the Risk of Construction Projects Delays in the UAE
  • Chapter 54: Enabling Factors for Knowledge Sharing among Employees in the Workplace
  • Chapter 55: Establishing the Linkage between Internal Market Orientation and Service Innovation
  • Chapter 56: The Royal Credit Bank Strategy and Transformation Program
  • Chapter 57: Business Intelligence Enterprise Solution at Abu Dhabi Finance
  • Chapter 58: Identifying the Business Value of Information Security
  • Section 5: Critical Issues
  • Preface to Critical Issues
  • Chapter 59: Impact of Microfinance Bank Credit Scheme
  • Chapter 60: Measurement of Service Efficiency in Different Types of Banking Services
  • Chapter 61: An Uncertain Decision Making Process Considering Customers and Services in Evaluating Banks
  • Chapter 62: Analyzing the Efficiency of European Banks
  • Chapter 63: Does Geography Matter?
  • Chapter 64: A Diagnosis of the Determinants of Dividend Payout Policy in India
  • Chapter 65: An Empirical Investigation on Credit Card Adoption in India
  • Chapter 66: The Adoption Process of Payment Cards
  • Chapter 67: Determinants of Behavioral Intention to Mobile Banking in Arab Culture
  • Chapter 68: Assessing the Maturity of Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT) Framework in the Egyptian Banking Sector
  • Chapter 69: Analysis of the Analytical Balance Sheet of Central Bank of Republic of Turkey During 2000 - 2009 Period in Terms of Crises
  • Chapter 70: International Portfolio Diversification Benefits among Developed and Emerging Markets within the Context of the Recent Global Financial Crisis
  • Section 6: Emerging Trends
  • Preface to Emerging Trends
  • Chapter 71: The Impact of Internet Adoption on the International Marketing of the Jordanian Banking Sector
  • Chapter 72: XBRL
  • Chapter 73: Innovation in Business Models of Banks in Europe
  • Chapter 74: The Role of Social Media Strategies in Competitive Banking Operations Worldwide
  • Chapter 75: Banking Online
  • Chapter 76: Emerging Technologies for User-Friendly Mobile Payment Applications
  • Chapter 77: The Use of Soft Computing for Optimization in Business, Economics, and Finance
  • Chapter 78: Emerging Legal Issues in Banking Operations
  • Chapter 79: A New Macroeconomic Architecture for the Stock Market
  • Chapter 80: Identifying Different Forms of Innovation in Retail Banking
  • Chapter 81: Data Mining using Advanced Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm and Application to Bankruptcy Prediction
  • Chapter 82: The Use of Simulations as an Analytical Tool for Payment Systems