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  • Nikolaeva, Ralitza (International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 2006)
    Purpose of this paper To investigate the determinants of e-commerce adoption in the retail sector using duration analysis. Design/methodology/approach The study proposes a conceptual model based on technology adoption ...
  • Nikolaeva, Ralitza (2006-03)
    Longitudinal data on 460 e-tailers are used to test the dynamic effects of survival determinants in e-commerce. The model includes elements of competitive strategy, industry structure, firm and product characteristics, ...
  • Benos, Evangelos; Jochec, Marek (Social Science Research Network (SSRN) http://www.ssrn.com/en/, 2007-02-17)
    This paper puts the PIN variable (Probability of INformation-based trading) to test. We ¯nd that for a large set of stocks, the PIN vari- able is lower (albeit insigni¯cantly) in the periods before earnings an- nouncements ...
  • Benos, Evangelos; Jochec, Marek (Social Science Research Network (SSRN) http://www.ssrn.com/en/, 2009-04-29)
    Countries whose citizens have liberal ideals are less biased toward domestic equity. Data from 30 countries suggests that economic as well as social liberalism is associated with proportionally higher foreign equity ...
  • Benos, Evangelos; Jochec, Marek (Social Science Research Network (SSRN) http://www.ssrn.com/en/, 2009-05-01)
    Using daily return data from 448 actively managed mutual funds over a recent 9- year period, we look for persistence, over two consecutive quarters, in the ability of funds to select individual stocks and time the market. ...
  • Benos, Evangelos; Jochec, Marek (Social Science Reserach Network (SSRN) http://www.ssrn.com/en/, 2011-09-01)
    Companies whose names contain the words “America(n)” or “USA” earn positive abnormal returns of about 6% per annum during the Second World War, the War in Korea and the War on Terror. These abnormal returns are not ...
  • Nikolaeva, Ralitza (Journal of Business Research, 2012)
    The literature on organizational imitation mostly disregards its cognitive aspect. Yet, imitation is a cognitive heuristic for complex strategic decisions. The current essay draws a unifying framework of different models ...
  • Bhatnagar, Amit; Nikolaeva, Ralitza; Ghose, Sanjoy (Managerial and Decision Economics, 2014)
    This study examines the motivations for imitation in retailers’ online channel entry. Extant literature suggests that legitimacy and efficiency are the primary motivators for firms to imitate. We develop hypotheses which ...
  • Saini, Pankaj; Subramanian, Venkat (International Journal of Trends in Human Resource Management, 2014)
    Employee attrition has been seen as across the industries and retaining talented employees has become a challenge for HR managers. This research focsed how selected four industries differe on factors of attrition ..In this ...
  • Nikolaeva, Ralitza; Bhatnagar, Amit; Ghose, Sanjoy (Organizational Research Methods, Forthcoming, 2015)
    Imprecise theories do not give enough guidelines for empirical analyses. A paradigmatic shift from linear to curvilinear relationships is necessary to advance management theories. Within the framework of the abductive ...
  • Jochec, Marek (Social Science Research Network (SSRN) http://www.ssrn.com/en/, 2015-10-08)
    I use simulated series of buys and sells to test nine different PIN estimation algorithms implemented in SAS, proc NLP. I conclude that the algorithms do a good job estimating PIN, on average, when applied to series ...
  • Rakshit, Atanu (Social Science Research Network (SSRN), 2015-11-30)
    This paper finds strong evidence of non-linear impact of long-horizon expected government deficits, measured by CBO projections, on expected future long-term interest rates for the US economy. The impact of a shock to ...
  • Stice, Derrald; Stice, Earl K.; Stice, Han; Stice-Lawrence, Lorien (Social Science Research Network (SSRN), 2016)
    We provide evidence that managers have a revealed preference for reporting total revenue numbers just above base-ten thresholds (i.e., “round” numbers) of the form N × 10K. Examples are $10 million (1 × 107) and $4 billion ...