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ISSN: 2096-2320
CN: 10-1383/C
e-ISSN: 2589-5532

An MA-MRR model for transaction-level analysis of high-frequency trading processes

The transaction-level analysis of security price changes by Madhavan, Richardson, and Roomans (1997, hereafter MRR) is a useful framework for financial analysis. The first-order Markov property of trading...

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The impact of the COVID-19 prevention and economic interventions on express delivery industry: Evidence from China

As a fundamental logistics service, the express delivery (ED) industry provides production and consumption activities to maintain efficient supply chain operations. It plays an important role in promoting...

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Climate bonds toward achieving net zero emissions and carbon neutrality: Evidence from machine learning technique

The Conference of the Parties (COP26 and 27) placed significant emphasis on climate financing policies with the objective of achieving net zero emissions and carbon neutrality. However, studies on the...

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The impact of supply chain resilience on customer satisfaction and financial performance: A combination of contingency and configuration approaches

Supply chain resilience (SCR) refers to a supply chain's (SC's) ability to recover from disruptions timely and effectively. This study uses a combination of contingency and configuration approaches...

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Cholesky GAS models for large time-varying covariance matrices

This paper develops a new class of multivariate models for large-dimensional time-varying covariance matrices, called Cholesky generalized autoregressive score (GAS) models, which are based on the Cholesky...

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Quality disclosure strategies for small business enterprises under consumer loss aversion

In this paper, we focus on small business enterprises (SBEs) that usually have low market power but can rely on retailers to transact sales and gain the ability to disclose quality information. Moreover,...

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Integrated schedule of order picking and delivery for instant delivery

In this study, we introduce an integrated schedule of order picking and delivery for instant delivery. Order picking, including order batching and picking sequencing, is scheduled online under real-time...

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A nested partitioning-based solution method for seru scheduling problem with resource allocation

This paper investigates the production scheduling problems of allocating resources and sequencing jobs in the seru production system (SPS). As a new-type manufacturing mode arising from Japanese production...

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How mutual funds respond to asymmetric feedback trading in China’s stock market

Previous studies show that the individual investors play a dominant role in China's stock market. Their behavior of chasing-rise being stronger than killing-fall leads to asymmetry of feedback trading....

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Credit risk prediction for small and medium enterprises utilizing adjacent enterprise data and a relational graph attention network

Credit risk prediction for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) has long posed a complex research challenge. Traditional approaches have primarily focused on enterprise-specific variables, but these...

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Evaluating the moderated-mediation effects of switching costs in the link between social capital and NPD performance

In this study, we explore the causes and performance outcomes of switching costs in the context of new product development (NPD) from both the supplier and customer perspectives, and discuss the role...

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Optimizing order policy and credit term for items with inventory-level-dependent demand under trade credit limit

Under the combined effects of inventory-level-dependent demand (ILDD) and trade credit, the retailer is able to order more quantities to stimulate market demand. However, from the supplier's perspective,...

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Application of quantum computing in discrete portfolio optimization

This study proposes a novel and more efficient quantum algorithm for portfolio optimization using quantum combinatorial optimization (QCO) techniques. A recent construction developed in 2021 has sparked...

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Using supplementary reviews to improve customer requirement identification and product design development

A clear understanding of customer needs is key to the success of new product development and customer-centric product design. Online reviews, particularly initial reviews, are commonly used as effective...

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Retailers’ incentives for green investment in differentiated competition channels

With increasing public environmental awareness, green activities in retail and distribution processes have become crucial tools for retailers to boost demand and enhance competitiveness. This study...

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An assessment of China's joint prevention and control policy on sulfur dioxide emissions reduction: A spatial econometric analysis

Sulfur dioxide (SO2) is a typical pollutant that affects human health, climate, and environmental and ecological conditions. China has been experiencing high concentrations of SO2, particularly in urban...

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Production quality and pricing strategy for substitutable products under comparison effects

Comparison effects have been studied extensively in many fields. In particular, existing operations management articles have discussed the impact of comparison effects on enterprises' production and...

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Economic uncertainty, central bank digital currency, and negative interest rate policy

The COVID-19 outbreak has brought unprecedented social attention to economic uncertainty and negative interest rate policy (NIRP). How does uncertainty affect economic activity, and how effective is...

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Time-varying road network design for urban hazmat transportation

Hazmat transportation in cities faces significant risks that may cause catastrophic losses to humans. From the perspective of the regulator, the main responsibility is to mitigate hazmat transport risk...

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Monetary incentives and social ties in academic publications

Monetary incentives underlie academic publications, especially in countries where many researchers' incomes are performance-based. Evidence has documented that social ties improve the chances of publication...

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Economic importance and structural robustness of the international pesticide trade networks

Pesticides are agricultural inputs that can significantly reduce yield losses, regulate plant growth, effectively liberate agricultural productivity, and improve food security. The availability of pesticides...

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Technology inflow following high-speed railway: Evidence from Chinese cities

Urban development thrives from technology inflows, which refers to the transfer of high-value technology from various cities to local recipients. The asymmetry of technical information—rooted in the...

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Social network learning efficiency in the principal–agent relationship

Under the bounded rationality assumption, a principal rarely provides an optimal contract to an agent. Learning from others is one way to improve such a contract. This paper studies the efficiency of...

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Market reactions to trade friction between China and the United States: Evidence from the soybean futures market

In March 2018, the US used an immense trade deficit as an excuse to provoke trade friction with China. This study uses the EGARCH model and event study methods to study the impact of the major risk...

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Credit ratings of Chinese online loan platforms based on factor scores and K-means clustering algorithm

The rapid development of Chinese online loan platforms (OLPs), as well as their risks, has attracted widespread attention, increasing the demand for a complete credit rating mechanism. The present study...

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