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Government Fighting Pandemic, Stock Market Return, and COVID-19 Virus Outbreak SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 57 (8) , 2389-2406 | EMERGING MARKETS FINANCE AND TRADE
WoS CC Cited Count: 9
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We investigate the effect of the governments' responses to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic on the returns in the stock market index. Panel data of 20 countries are used spanning January 2 to July 21, 2020, for the dynamic panel model. The results indicate that the overall government response, containment and health, and stringency indices have a significantly positive effect on stock market returns. Specifically, government policy responses of shutting down workplaces, canceling public events, restricting public gatherings and international travel, providing income support, and implementing fiscal measures can increase stock market returns. Our evidence shows that the stock market does not react significantly to government interventions in the health system. We believe that our findings provide valuable information for policymakers and financial investors around the world.

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COVID-19 government response stock returns

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GB/T 7714 Chang, Chun-Ping , Feng, Gen-Fu , Zheng, Mingbo . Government Fighting Pandemic, Stock Market Return, and COVID-19 Virus Outbreak [J]. | EMERGING MARKETS FINANCE AND TRADE , 2021 , 57 (8) : 2389-2406 .
MLA Chang, Chun-Ping 等. "Government Fighting Pandemic, Stock Market Return, and COVID-19 Virus Outbreak" . | EMERGING MARKETS FINANCE AND TRADE 57 . 8 (2021) : 2389-2406 .
APA Chang, Chun-Ping , Feng, Gen-Fu , Zheng, Mingbo . Government Fighting Pandemic, Stock Market Return, and COVID-19 Virus Outbreak . | EMERGING MARKETS FINANCE AND TRADE , 2021 , 57 (8) , 2389-2406 .
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Top Executives' Multi-Background and M&A Decisions: Evidence from Chinese-Listed Firms SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 | EMERGING MARKETS FINANCE AND TRADE
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This paper investigates the effect of top executives' multi-background, namely political, financial, and academic backgrounds on firms' M&A decisions. Using data on M&A deals of Chinese listed firms from 2008 to 2018. The results show that top executives with political links are more likely to be involved in a firm's M&A activities. Executives' financial background has little impact on M&A decisions except that those executives having working experience in policy banks promote M&A. Executives with a broader academic background are less likely to undertake M&A. We further check the moderating effect of state ownership between executives' backgrounds and M&A decisions and find that their backgrounds have a stronger impact on M&A decisions in SOEs than that in non-SOEs. Our main results are robust after considering firms' geographic location and the policy effect of 2008 during the global financial crisis. Overall, our findings suggest that executives' political, financial, and academic backgrounds play different but significant roles in making M&A decisions.

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financial background Top executives academic background political connections A decisions M&amp

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GB/T 7714 Li, Shuangyan , Shahzadi, Anum , Feng, Genfu . Top Executives' Multi-Background and M&A Decisions: Evidence from Chinese-Listed Firms [J]. | EMERGING MARKETS FINANCE AND TRADE , 2021 .
MLA Li, Shuangyan 等. "Top Executives' Multi-Background and M&A Decisions: Evidence from Chinese-Listed Firms" . | EMERGING MARKETS FINANCE AND TRADE (2021) .
APA Li, Shuangyan , Shahzadi, Anum , Feng, Genfu . Top Executives' Multi-Background and M&A Decisions: Evidence from Chinese-Listed Firms . | EMERGING MARKETS FINANCE AND TRADE , 2021 .
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Environmental protection and performance: A bi-directional assessment EI SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 774 | Science of the Total Environment
WoS CC Cited Count: 1
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This research quantitatively investigates the bi-directional relationships between environmental protection expenditure and environmental performance by utilizing annual data for 34 countries during 2005–2017 and employing panel approaches like the cointegration test and VECM estimation. Our benchmark results support long-run bi-directional relationships between environmental protection expenditure and performance, but present no links between both variables in the short run. Pedroni's cointegration tests for sub-samples again confirm that both variables move together in the long run for all sample countries, but the panel VECM results support that while there are bi-directional relationships between variables among non-OECD countries, there are only unidirectional relationships from environmental performance to environmental expenditure in OECD countries. Our study offers important implications for policymakers that a better reallocation of environmental expenditure and long-term investment in environmental protection are critical for improving environmental performance. © 2021 Elsevier B.V.

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Environmental management Benchmarking

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Qi-Cheng , Feng, Gen-Fu , Chang, Chun-Ping et al. Environmental protection and performance: A bi-directional assessment [J]. | Science of the Total Environment , 2021 , 774 .
MLA Yang, Qi-Cheng et al. "Environmental protection and performance: A bi-directional assessment" . | Science of the Total Environment 774 (2021) .
APA Yang, Qi-Cheng , Feng, Gen-Fu , Chang, Chun-Ping , Wang, Quan-Jing . Environmental protection and performance: A bi-directional assessment . | Science of the Total Environment , 2021 , 774 .
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Terrorism and green innovation in renewable energy EI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 104 | Energy Economics
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This research examines the effect of terrorism on green technological innovation in renewable energy technologies with a panel of 87 economies between 1991 and 2017. We find that economies respond with less green innovation in renewable energy technologies when experiencing severe terrorist attacks, especially in OECD countries. Among them, wind energy green innovation witnesses the greatest collapse when facing the threat of terrorist attacks. Terrorist attacks mainly repress green innovation in renewable energy technologies of economies whose green innovation in renewable energy is lower, while having little effects on economies with strong green innovation performance. The results also show that the repressing influence of terrorist attacks on green innovation is relevant to economies with larger high-tech exports and manufacturing fundamentals. Our findings suggest that terrorism is not simply disruptive to economic performance, but also hurts one driver of sustainable growth - green innovation. © 2021 Elsevier B.V.

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Terrorism Wind power

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GB/T 7714 Zheng, Mingbo , Feng, Gen-Fu , Jang, Chyi-Lu et al. Terrorism and green innovation in renewable energy [J]. | Energy Economics , 2021 , 104 .
MLA Zheng, Mingbo et al. "Terrorism and green innovation in renewable energy" . | Energy Economics 104 (2021) .
APA Zheng, Mingbo , Feng, Gen-Fu , Jang, Chyi-Lu , Chang, Chun-Ping . Terrorism and green innovation in renewable energy . | Energy Economics , 2021 , 104 .
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The impacts of democracy on innovation: Revisited evidence EI SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 108 | Technovation
WoS CC Cited Count: 2
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This research empirically tests the Popper hypothesis (2012) by utilizing panel data that cover 132 countries over the time period 1980–2017 and via panel GMM estimation in order to investigate the causal link from democracy to innovation, which is captured by two comprehensive variables, patent application and trademark application. Aside from the relationship between democracy and innovation, we further explore whether or not the change of democracy significantly influences innovation, whether the influence of democracy on innovation varies among different kinds of democracy or autocracy, and hence pay more attention on factors such as economic development level, economic performance, globalization, and international trade, and how do they change the democracy's impact on technical innovation. To confirm credibility, we carry out the robustness test by changing the measurement of democracy, the measurement of innovation and deleting extreme values. In summary, while democracy promotes innovation performance, autocracy generally exhibits lower technological innovation performance. This study provides evidence on the influence of democracy on innovation being affected by other factors such as those stated above. © 2021 Elsevier Ltd

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Public policy Patents and inventions Economic and social effects International trade

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Quan-Jing , Feng, Gen-Fu , Wang, Hai-Jie et al. The impacts of democracy on innovation: Revisited evidence [J]. | Technovation , 2021 , 108 .
MLA Wang, Quan-Jing et al. "The impacts of democracy on innovation: Revisited evidence" . | Technovation 108 (2021) .
APA Wang, Quan-Jing , Feng, Gen-Fu , Wang, Hai-Jie , Chang, Chun-Ping . The impacts of democracy on innovation: Revisited evidence . | Technovation , 2021 , 108 .
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What is the exchange rate volatility response to COVID-19 and government interventions? SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 69 , 705-719 | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND POLICY
WoS CC Cited Count: 15
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The rapid spread of COVID-19 in 2020 has brought a profound impact on the global economy and forced countries around the world to adopt different intervention measures. Has COVID-19 and these government interventions affected exchange rate volatility? To answer the question, this research explores the impact of COVID-19 and the relevant government response policies on exchange rate volatility in 20 countries during the period of January 13, 2020 to July 21, 2020 by using system GMM estimation. The empirical results indicate that an increase in confirmed cases does significantly raise exchange rate volatility. The various policies adopted by governments in response to the pandemic, such as closing schools, restrictions on internal movements, and public information campaigns also inhibit exchange rate volatility. Furthermore, the economic response policies implemented by governments during the pandemic, including income support, fiscal measures, and international aid, have a restraining effect on exchange rate volatility. Our findings herein provide valuable information and implications for policymakers and financial investors around the world. (C) 2021 Economic Society of Australia, Queensland. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Government response COVID-19 Exchange rate volatility

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GB/T 7714 Feng, Gen-Fu , Yang, Hao-Chang , Gong, Qiang et al. What is the exchange rate volatility response to COVID-19 and government interventions? [J]. | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND POLICY , 2021 , 69 : 705-719 .
MLA Feng, Gen-Fu et al. "What is the exchange rate volatility response to COVID-19 and government interventions?" . | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND POLICY 69 (2021) : 705-719 .
APA Feng, Gen-Fu , Yang, Hao-Chang , Gong, Qiang , Chang, Chun-Ping . What is the exchange rate volatility response to COVID-19 and government interventions? . | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND POLICY , 2021 , 69 , 705-719 .
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The impacts of internal capital allocation efficiency on R&D investments: evidence from China SSCI
期刊论文 | 2020 , 28 (14) , 1195-1201 | APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS | IF: 1.157
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This research utilizes hand-collected data on business groups' pyramidal equity structure to examine the impacts of internal capital markets on research and development (R&D) investments in China. Empirical findings show that the allocation efficiency of the internal capital market positively correlates with R&D investments. We further provide evidence of a U-shape relationship between pyramidal layers and R&D investments for state-owned business groups. For non-state-owned business groups, however, there is an opposite impact pattern on the relation between internal capital markets and R&D investments.

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research and development emerging markets financing channel Internal capital markets capital allocation

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GB/T 7714 Ren, Hai-Yun , Hsu, Ching-Chi , Feng, Gen-Fu et al. The impacts of internal capital allocation efficiency on R&D investments: evidence from China [J]. | APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS , 2020 , 28 (14) : 1195-1201 .
MLA Ren, Hai-Yun et al. "The impacts of internal capital allocation efficiency on R&D investments: evidence from China" . | APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS 28 . 14 (2020) : 1195-1201 .
APA Ren, Hai-Yun , Hsu, Ching-Chi , Feng, Gen-Fu , Jia, Jing , Tsai, Wei-Che . The impacts of internal capital allocation efficiency on R&D investments: evidence from China . | APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS , 2020 , 28 (14) , 1195-1201 .
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THE INFLUENCE OF FDI ON DOMESTIC INNOVATION: AN INVESTIGATION USING STRUCTURAL BREAKS SSCI
期刊论文 | 2020 , 29 (4) , 403-423 | PRAGUE ECONOMIC PAPERS | IF: 0.481
WoS CC Cited Count: 2
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This paper investigates the influence of foreign direct investment on innovation by employing the panel cointegration method incorporating multiple structural breaks and a dynamic common correlated estimation for 34 countries over the period 1991-2016. Our findings indicate that the series of innovation and foreign direct investment are stationary' after considering the potential structural breaks and that the external shock is mainly from country-specific shocks. Our results also suggest that a long-run co-integrated relationship exists with one break between foreign direct investment and innovation. Furthermore, the estimation based on the dynamic common correlated estimation shows that foreign direct investment has a long-run significant positive influence on technological innovation. Our findings shed light on the importance of accounting for structural breaks when discussing the relationship between foreign direct investment and technological innovation.

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trademark FDI structural breaks Innovation cointegration patent

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GB/T 7714 Zheng, Mingbo , Feng, Gen-Fu , Wen, Jun et al. THE INFLUENCE OF FDI ON DOMESTIC INNOVATION: AN INVESTIGATION USING STRUCTURAL BREAKS [J]. | PRAGUE ECONOMIC PAPERS , 2020 , 29 (4) : 403-423 .
MLA Zheng, Mingbo et al. "THE INFLUENCE OF FDI ON DOMESTIC INNOVATION: AN INVESTIGATION USING STRUCTURAL BREAKS" . | PRAGUE ECONOMIC PAPERS 29 . 4 (2020) : 403-423 .
APA Zheng, Mingbo , Feng, Gen-Fu , Wen, Jun , Chang, Chun-Ping . THE INFLUENCE OF FDI ON DOMESTIC INNOVATION: AN INVESTIGATION USING STRUCTURAL BREAKS . | PRAGUE ECONOMIC PAPERS , 2020 , 29 (4) , 403-423 .
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CORRUPTION AND INNOVATION: LINEAR AND NONLINEAR INVESTIGATIONS OF OECD COUNTRIES Scopus SSCI
期刊论文 | 2020 , 65 (1) , 103-129 | Singapore Economic Review | IF: 1.184
WoS CC Cited Count: 17 SCOPUS Cited Count: 12
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© 2018 World Scientific Publishing Company Employing annual data over the period 1996–2013 for 29 OECD countries, this paper explores the impact of corruption on domestic innovative activity, measured by the number of patent and trademark applications, via a linear panel fixed effect model and a nonlinear panel smooth transition regression with all lagged explanatory variables as instrumental variables and under the consideration of potential endogeneity biases. The results indicate several important findings. First, there exists a strong threshold effect between the control of corruption and levels of innovative activity across nations. Second, we note that corruption only has a substantial positive impact on innovation when it is over the threshold level, but not when a country has a seriously corrupt government with low bureaucratic quality, no matter for patent or trademark applications. Hence, heterogeneous beliefs about low transition speed show that OECD countries may not take actions instantly and identically to pursue better bureaucratic quality. Finally, we discover that an improvement over corruption presents greater impacts on patent applications than on trademark applications. Taken together, we confirm that corruption plays a fundamental role in determining innovation activities in OECD countries, offering meaningful policy implications for those policymakers and industries in accordance with our findings.

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corruption Innovation OECD countries patent trademark

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GB/T 7714 WEN, JUN , ZHENG, MINGBO , FENG, GEN-FU et al. CORRUPTION AND INNOVATION: LINEAR AND NONLINEAR INVESTIGATIONS OF OECD COUNTRIES [J]. | Singapore Economic Review , 2020 , 65 (1) : 103-129 .
MLA WEN, JUN et al. "CORRUPTION AND INNOVATION: LINEAR AND NONLINEAR INVESTIGATIONS OF OECD COUNTRIES" . | Singapore Economic Review 65 . 1 (2020) : 103-129 .
APA WEN, JUN , ZHENG, MINGBO , FENG, GEN-FU , CHEN, SUNWU WINFRED , CHANG, CHUN-PING . CORRUPTION AND INNOVATION: LINEAR AND NONLINEAR INVESTIGATIONS OF OECD COUNTRIES . | Singapore Economic Review , 2020 , 65 (1) , 103-129 .
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How Many Agents are Rational in China’s Economy? Evidence from a Heterogeneous Agent-Based New Keynesian Model Scopus SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2019 , 54 (2) , 575-611 | Computational Economics | IF: 1.317
WoS CC Cited Count: 3 SCOPUS Cited Count: 3
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© 2018, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature. A new Keynesian model built on an agent-based approach is considered and employed to investigate China’s monetary policy and macroeconomic fluctuations. The assumption of perfect rationality used in standard dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models is abandoned. The expectation’s heterogeneity, caused by agents behaving according to individual rules through adaptive learning, is one of the agent-based model (ABM) characteristics inserted into the DSGE model. Differential evolution (DE) algorithm is employed to estimate the parameters of an agent-based new Keynesian (ABNK) model, which combined the ABM and the new Keynesian DSGE models. The primary contribution of this study is that the degree of rationality in the economy has been estimated using a model with heterogeneous bounded rationality and adaptive learning. In addition, the determinacy properties of ABNK models with different degrees of heterogeneity are analyzed, which shows that the models that are determinate under the assumptions of rationality may become indeterminate in the presence of heterogeneous expectations.

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Adaptive learning Agent-based model Heterogeneous expectations New Keynesian model

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GB/T 7714 Zhao, Wei , Lu, Yi , Feng, Genfu . How Many Agents are Rational in China’s Economy? Evidence from a Heterogeneous Agent-Based New Keynesian Model [J]. | Computational Economics , 2019 , 54 (2) : 575-611 .
MLA Zhao, Wei et al. "How Many Agents are Rational in China’s Economy? Evidence from a Heterogeneous Agent-Based New Keynesian Model" . | Computational Economics 54 . 2 (2019) : 575-611 .
APA Zhao, Wei , Lu, Yi , Feng, Genfu . How Many Agents are Rational in China’s Economy? Evidence from a Heterogeneous Agent-Based New Keynesian Model . | Computational Economics , 2019 , 54 (2) , 575-611 .
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