Micro Finance Research Topics

Research Area/ Research Interest: Micro Finance

Research Paper Topics on Cost & Management Accounting for Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1. Micro Financial Sharia Non-bank Strategic Analysis: a Study at BMT Beringharjo, Yogyakarta
  2. Islamic Microfinance: Moving Beyond the Financial Inclusion
  3. Microfinance and women empowerment: An empirical analysis
  4. Microfinance and small business development in a transitional economy: Insights from borrowers’ relations with microfinance organisations in Kazakhstan
  5. Fintech-based financial inclusion and risk-taking of microfinance institutions (MFIs): Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
  6. Women participation in achieving sustainability of microfinance institutions (MFIs)
  7. Caste-based discrimination, Microfinance credit scores, and microfinance loan approvals among females in India
  8. Impact of Risk Management towards Sustainability of Microfinance Industry in Sri Lanka: A Case Study
  9. Factors affecting borrowers’ turnover in microfinance institutions: A panel evidence
  10. Microfinance and entrepreneurship at the base of the pyramid
  11. Can hope elevate microfinance? Evidence from Oaxaca, Mexico
  12. The Role Of Empowerment Of The Cooperative And MSME Office In The Development Of Small And Medium Micro Enterprises In Medan City
  13. Fintech, financial inclusion and income inequality: a quantile regression approach
  14. The role of formal and informal finance in the informal sector in Ghana
  15. National enterprise policy dimensions and sustainability of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs)
  16. Resisting social pressure in the household using mobile money: Experimental evidence on microenterprise investment in Uganda
  17. Promoting China’s inclusive finance through digital financial services
  18. Finance for the common good: re-thinking the relationship between finance, poverty and sustainability
  19. Stress Testing Financial Systems: Macro and Micro Stress Tests, Basel Standards and Value-at-Risk as Financial Stability Measures
  20. Adoption of digital technologies for micro and small business in Indonesia
  21.  Study of Financial Literacy and Its Impact on Rural Development in India: Evidence Using Panel Data Analysis
  22. Financial inclusion, at what cost? : Quantification of economic viability of a supply side roll out
  23. A micro-ethnographic study of Big Data-based innovation in the financial services sector: Governance, ethics and organisational practices
  24. A bibliometric review of finance bibliometric papers
  25. Research agenda for preventing mosquito-transmitted diseases through improving the built environment in sub-Saharan Africa
  26. Credit pricing for financing of small and micro enterprises under government credit enhancement: Leverage effect or credit constraint effect
  27. Contractual restrictions and debt traps
  28.  Use of mobile financial services among farmers in Africa: Insights from Kenya
  29. Finance and firm volatility: Evidence from small business lending in China
  30. Alternative approaches to financial crises in emerging markets
  31. Assessing the impact of mobile money on improving the financial inclusion of Nairobi women
  32. Does paycheck frequency matter? Evidence from micro data
  33.  Community Economies in the Global South: Case Studies of Rotating Savings and Credit Associations and Economic Cooperation
  34.  Income-contingent loans in higher education financing
  35. AI in Finance: Challenges, Techniques, and Opportunities
  36. The micro and macro of managerial beliefs
  37. Leveraging random forest in micro-enterprises credit risk modelling for accuracy and interpretability
  38.  Development finance as institution building: A new approach to poverty-oriented banking
  39. An information-based theory of financial intermediation
  40.  Economies of scale of large-scale international development interventions: Evidence from self-help groups in India
  41. Financial Resilience: A Way Forward Towards Economic Development in Developing Countries
  42. Vulnerable populations and individual social responsibility in prosocial crowdfunding: Does the framing matter for female and rural entrepreneurs?
  43. Financial development and economic growth in Uganda: A multivariate causal linkage
  44. Group lending, sorting, and risk sharing
  45. Determinants of efficiency of Indonesian Islamic rural banks
  46. Assessing the effect of financial literacy among managers on the performance of small-scale enterprises
  47.  Money and Plan: Financial Aspects of East European Economic Reforms
  48. Remittance micro-worlds and migrant infrastructure: Circulations, disruptions, and the movement of money
  49. Evaluation of rural financial ecological environment based on machine learning and improved neural network
  50. One year after COVID: the challenges and outlook of Chinese micro-and-small enterprises
  51. Women in the boardroom: a bottom–up approach to the trickle-down effect
  52.  Exact parametric causal mediation analysis for a binary outcome with a binary mediator
  53. The effect of female economic empowerment interventions on the risk of intimate partner violence: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  54. Adoption of mobile banking in rural China: Impact of information dissemination channel
  55. A focus on market imperfections can help governments to mobilize private investments in adaptation
  56. Contesting the financialisation of remittances: Repertoires of reluctance, refusal and dissent in Ghana and Senegal
  57.  Does the digital finance revolution validate the Environmental Kuznets Curve? Empirical findings from China
  58. Making the world a better place with fintech research
  59. Determining appropriateness for management of appropriate technology: an empirical study using factor analysis
  60. How does digital finance impact the leverage of Chinese households?
  61. Macro news and micro news: complements or substitutes?
  62. Riding the FinTech innovation wave: FinTech, patents and bank performance
  63. Indigenous theory uses, abuses, and future
  64. Social entrepreneurship, co-production, and post-disaster recovery
  65.  Artificial intelligence and systemic risk
  66.  A framework for climate resilient community-based adaptation
  67. A theory of financial inclusion and income inequality
  68. Assessing the role of financing in sustainable business environment
  69.  Antecedents and consequences of uncertainties perceived by finance professionals
  70.  The rise of digital finance: Financial inclusion or debt trap?
  71. Guilt and prosocial behavior: Lab-in-the-field evidence from Bangladesh
  72.  The long path to achieving green economy performance for micro small medium enterprise
  73.  IMF Engagement on Financial Sector Issues in Small Developing States
  74.  How to enhance the sustainability and inclusiveness of smallholder aquaculture production systems in Zambia?
  75. Greater access to finance as driving factor for sustainable development among tourism-related SMEs in the Philippines An empirical framework
  76. How environmental regulations affect the development of green finance: Recent evidence from polluting firms in China
  77. Micro-foundations of strategic decision-making in family business organisations: a cognitive neuroscience perspective
  78.  Comprehending the intention to use branchless banking by rural people during the corona pandemic: evidence from Bangladesh
  79. The process of female borrower discouragement
  80. Digital payments and financial wellbeing of the rural poor: The moderating role of age and gender
  81. A bibliometric review of the Waqf literature
  82.  The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the poor: Insights from the Hrishipara diaries
  83. The impact of green finance on urban haze pollution in China: a technological innovation perspective
  84. The rise of bond financing in europe
  85. COVID-19-Related Retinal Micro-vasculopathy–A Review of Current Evidence
  86. Urbanization path, housing price and land finance: International experience and China’s facts
  87. Toward social enterprise sustainability: The role of digital hybridity
  88. Feasibility and optimal operation of micro energy hybrid system (hydro/wind) in the rural valley region
  89. Corporate social responsibility and its overall effects on financial performance: Empirical evidence from Indian companies
  90. The global health pandemic and its impact on the motivation of employees in micro and small enterprises: a case study in the Slovak Republic
  91. Financial inclusion, institutional quality and financial development: Empirical evidence from OIC countries
  92. Aggregating distributional treatment effects: A Bayesian hierarchical analysis of the microcredit literature
  93. Building financial resilience through financial and digital literacy in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa
  94. Understanding the current market enablers for Nepal’s biomass cookstove industry
  95. Involuntary entrepreneurship–Evidence from Thai urban data
  96. A global assessment of policy tools to support climate adaptation
  97. Perceived risk and willingness to provide loan to smallholder farmers in Ghana
  98.  Creating social value for the ‘base of the pyramid’: An integrative review and research agenda
  99. Financialisation in developing countries: approaches, concepts, and metrics
  101. Discipline, abjection, and poverty alleviation through entrepreneurship: a constitutive perspective
  102. Developments in financial technologies for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): FinTech and SDGs
  103.  The necessity of financial inclusion for enhancing the economic impacts of remittances
  104. The social meaning of money: Multidimensional implications of humanitarian cash and voucher assistance
  105. Climate finance governance in hazard prone riverine islands in Bangladesh: pathway for promoting climate resilience
  106.  Small-scale solar solutions for energy resilience in Bangladesh
  107. Blended finance for agriculture: exploring the constraints and possibilities of combining fi nancial instruments for sustainable transitions
  108. The effect of personalized feedback on small enterprises’ finances in Uganda
  109. Transforming corporate social responsibilities: Toward an intellectual activist research agenda for micro-CSR research
  110. Financial innovation and the performance of small and medium scale enterprises in Nigeria
  111. Robbing Peter to Pay Paul: Public Assistance, Monetary Sanctions, and Financial Double-Dealing in America
  112. Looking for meaningful disruptive innovation: Counterattack from Pinduoduo
  113. Theorizing institutional entrepreneuring: Arborescent and rhizomatic assembling
  114.  Review of entrepreneurship in the COVID-19 era
  115. Application of cloud computing in banking and e-commerce and related security threats
  116. Pathways to clean cooking fuel transition in low and middle income Sub-Saharan African countries: the relevance of improving energy use efficiency
  117. A Micro Perspective on r> g
  118.  Central bank policy mix: Key concepts and Indonesia’s experience
  119. An empirical analysis of the coupling and coordinative development of China’s green finance and economic growth
  120. Rethinking d/development
  121. How persistent are unconventional monetary policy effects?
  122. Sustaining escapes from poverty
  123. Comparative discourse of social enterprises in the developed and developing countries using theory of change framework: a qualitative analysis
  124. Are Shariah Banking Financing patterns pro-cyclical? An Evidence from ASEAN Countries
  125. Impact of Islamic finance on economic growth: an empirical analysis of Muslim countries
  126. Fintech, financial literacy, and financial education
  127. Who are identified as poor in rural China’s targeted poverty alleviation strategy? Applying the multidimensional capability approach
  128.  From health crisis to financial distress
  129. Should farmers farm more? Comparing marginal products within Malawian households
  130. Disentangling the effect of home ownership on household stockholdings: Evidence from Japanese micro data
  131.  … Tourism Induce Sustainable Human Capital Development in BRICS Through the Channel of Capital Formation and Financial Development? Evidence From …
  132.  Can cash transfers reduce child labor?
  133.  Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
  134. The effect of digital marketing, digital finance and digital payment on finance performance of indonesian smes
  135. Contextual factors in the management of common grazing lands: lessons from Mongolia and northwestern China
  136.  Research on development of digital finance in improving efficiency of tourism resource allocation
  137.  Assessing the role of energy finance, green policies, and investment towards green economic recovery
  138.  Informal employment in emerging and transition economies
  139. Worth your weight: experimental evidence on the benefits of obesity in low-income countries
  140. Does technological inclusion promote financial inclusion among SMEs? Evidence from South-East Asian (SEA) countries
  141. ICT adoption, innovation, and SMEs’ access to finance
  142. How does green finance affect green total factor productivity? Evidence from China
  143. Environmental decentralization, digital finance and green technology innovation
  144.  Addressing grand challenges through different forms of organizing: A literature review
  145. Sovereign risk, currency risk, and corporate balance sheets
  146.  Financial inclusion and its influence on economic-environmental performance: demand and supply perspectives
  148. The technological innovation efficiency of China’s lithium-ion battery listed enterprises: Evidence from a three-stage DEA model and micro-data
  149.  E-business adoption costs and strategies for retail micro businesses
  150.  How is new technology changing job design?
  151. FinTech ecosystem practices shaping financial inclusion: the case of mobile money in Ghana
  152. The trade-off between economic performance and environmental quality: does financial inclusion matter for emerging Asian economies?
  153.  Does employee ownership improve performance?
  154. House prices, home equity and entrepreneurship: Evidence from US Census micro data
  155.  Lipi at the ntcir-16 finnum-3 task: ensembling transformer based models to detect in-claim numerals in financial conversations
  156. The role of innovation in sustainable growth: A dynamic panel study on micro and macro levels 1990–2019
  157.  The Influence of Global Cooperative Principles on Leadership Effectiveness in SACCOS in Kampala City, Uganda
  158. Understanding the dynamics of UK Covid-19 SME financing
  159. A contemporary review of Islamic finance and accounting literature
  160. Can digital financial inclusion affect CO2 emissions of China at the prefecture level? Evidence from a spatial econometric approach
  161. Using macro archival databases to expand theory in micro research
  162. Learning from alternatives: Analyzing alternative ways of organizing as starting points for improving the corporation
  163. What drives Chinese overseas M&A investment? Evidence from micro data
  164.  Small islands
  165. Financial Inclusion, Shocks, and Poverty Evidence from the Expansion of Mobile Money in Tanzania
  166.  Locked out of livelihoods: impact of COVID-19 on single women farmers in Maharashtra, India
  167. Do financial development drive remittances? Empirical evidence from India
  168.  The transformative potential of banking service domains with the emergence of FinTechs
  169. The role and potential of blockchain technology in Islamic finance
  170.  The effect of working capital management and credit management policy on jordanian banks’ financial performance
  171. Discardscapes of fashion: commodity biography, patch geographies, and preconsumer garment waste in Cambodia
  172.  Can integrated social protection programmes affect social cohesion? Mixed-methods evidence from Malawi
  173. Role of green finance, volatility and risk in promoting the investments in Renewable Energy Resources in the post-covid-19
  174. The merits of a sentiment analysis of antecedent comments for the prediction of online fundraising outcomes
  175. How financial inclusion affects the collaborative reduction of pollutant and carbon emissions: The case of China
  176. Does social trust restrict dual agency costs? Evidence from China
  177. Cost-sensitive learning for profit-driven credit scoring
  178. Business and society research drawing on institutionalism: Integrating normative and descriptive research on values
  180. Individual’s behavior and access to finance: evidence from Palestine
  181. Informal social protection: A conceptual synthesis
  182.  Collateral and asymmetric information in lending markets
  183.  Determinants of financing constraints
  184. A sustainable development goal framework to guide multisectoral action on NAFLD through a societal approach
  185. Enriching value chains through maps: reflections from spatial group model building in Myanmar and India
  186. Introducing MACEDA: New micro-data on an indigenous self-determination conflict
  187. Female entrepreneurs in the hospitality industry: A panel causality analysis of EU countries
  188. Social protection amidst social upheaval: Examining the impact of a multi-faceted program for ultra-poor households in Yemen
  189. Optimal arrangements for distribution in developing markets: Theory and evidence
  190. The pandemic and economic policy uncertainty
  191. Adding fuel to human capital: Exploring the educational effects of cooking fuel choice from rural India
  192. Impact of low-carbon city construction on financing, investment, and total factor productivity of energy-intensive enterprises
  193. Environmental cost of non-renewable energy and economic progress: Do ICT and financial development mitigate some burden?
  194. Innovative technology and operations for alleviating poverty through women’s economic empowerment
  195. Community Forestry for livelihood Improvement: evidence from the intermediate zone, Sri lanka
  196. The peacebuilding potential of technical and vocational education and training programmes in post-conflict Sierra Leone
  197. Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the environment and socioeconomic viability: a sustainable production chain alternative
  198. The Real Effects of Banking the Poor: Evidence from Brazil
  199. Green credit policy, institution supply and enterprise green innovation
  200. The spatial spillover and threshold effect of green finance on environmental quality: evidence from China
  201. Personal finance education mandates and student loan repayment
  202. External sharī ‘ah audit and review committee vis-a-vis sharī ‘ah compliance quality and accountability: A case of islamic banks in Bangladesh
  203. Marketing scholarship and the sustainable development goals: Thoughts on moving forward
  204. Measuring violence against women with experimental methods
  205. Janus nanofibrous membrane with special micro-nanostructure for highly efficient separation of oil–water emulsion
  206.  Women’s entrepreneurial contribution to family income: innovative technologies promote females’ entrepreneurship amid COVID-19 crisis
  207. How do incumbent firms innovate their business models for the circular economy? Identifying micro-foundations of dynamic capabilities
  208. Extreme events, energy security and equality through micro-and macro-levels: Concepts, challenges and methods
  209. Targeting high ability entrepreneurs using community information: Mechanism design in the field
  210. Climate change, central banking and financial supervision: beyond the risk exposure approach
  211.  The impact of COVID-19 on the Valuations of non-financial European firms
  212. Rethinking financial contagion: information transmission mechanism during the COVID-19 pandemic
  213. The social, cultural, economic and political strategies extending women’s territory by encroaching on patriarchal embeddedness in tourism in Nepal
  214. Energy poverty alleviation in Southeast Asian countries: policy implications for improving access to electricity
  215. Identifying sources of innovation: Building a conceptual framework of the Smart City through a social innovation perspective
  216. China’s urban construction investment bond: Contextualising a financial tool for local government
  217. Grand societal challenges and responsible innovation
  218.  Values-based and global systemically important banks: Their stability and the impact of regulatory changes after the financial crisis on it
  219.  Women’s groups and COVID-19: An evidence review on savings groups in Africa
  220. Financial time series forecasting with multi-modality graph neural network
  221. Weather and climate information needs of small-scale farming and fishing communities in western Kenya for enhanced adaptive potential to climate change
  222. Does financial knowledge at older ages matter? Placing income and hardship in context
  223. China’s model of managing the financial system
  224. Fintech development and savings, borrowing, and remittances: A comparative study of emerging economies
  225. Research on the impact of green finance on China’s regional ecological development based on system GMM model
  226. Financing constraints and firm-level responses to the COVID-19 pandemic: International evidence
  227. Achieving Financial Sustainability through Revenue Diversification: A Green Pathway for Financial Institutions in Asia
  228. Welfare resilience at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in a selection of European countries: Impact on public finance and household incomes
  229. Pemanfaatan Financial Technology dalam Pengelolaan Keuangan pada UMKM di Wilayah Depok
  230. Climate change, risk factors and stock returns: A review of the literature
  231.  The emergence of urban community resilience initiatives during the COVID-19 pandemic: An international exploratory study
  232. Effectiveness of fertilizer policy reforms to enhance food security in Kenya: a macro–micro simulation analysis
  233. Single site catalyst with enzyme-mimic micro-environment for electroreduction of CO2
  234. The rise of finance companies and fintech lenders in small business lending
  235. “Unified Mobile, Financial, and Information Literacy Toolkit”: A Social Innovation for Public Libraries to Alleviate Poverty in Developing Countries
  236. Financialization and non-disposable women: Real estate, debt and labour in UK care homes
  237. Financial Literacy and Investment Behaviour of IT Professional in India
  238. CSR and green process innovation as antecedents of micro, small, and medium enterprise performance: Moderating role of perceived environmental volatility
  239. Operationalizing the agricultural innovation system concept in a developing country context–examining the case of the MiDA programme in Ghana
  240. Governing urban redevelopment: A case study of Yongqingfang in Guangzhou, China
  241. Impact investing in social sector organisations: A systematic review and research agenda
  242.  Ultrabroad microwave absorption ability and infrared stealth property of nano-micro CuS@ rGO lightweight aerogels
  243. Urbanization, inclusive finance and urban-rural income gap
  244. Mobile payment and rural household consumption: Evidence from China
  245. An innovative evaluation method for undergraduate education: an approach based on BP neural network and stress testing
  246.  Circular economy: Factors affecting the financial performance of product take-back systems
  247. Analytical solutions of cubic and quintic polynomials in micro and nanoelectronics using the Lambert-Tsallis Wq function
  248. Forces of dynamic capability and incidence of entrepreneurship: A macroeconomic policy intervention approach
  249. Global portfolio rebalancing and exchange rates
  250. The impact of supply chain finance on corporate social responsibility and creating shared value: A case from the emerging economy
  251. Linking human capabilities with livelihood strategies to speed poverty reduction: Evidence from Rwanda
  252.  SMEs’ line of credit under the COVID-19: evidence from China
  253. Using machine learning approach to evaluate the excessive financialization risks of trading enterprises
  254. The role of artificial intelligence in sustainable finance
  255. On religion as an institution in international business: Executives’ lived experience in four African countries
  256.  A survey of community-based adaptation in developing countries
  257.  Public finance: A normative theory
  258.  he Banking Regulation
  259.  Small firms and the COVID-19 insolvency gap
  260.  Gig qualifications for the gig economy: micro-credentials and the ‘hungry mile’
  261. Governing fintech and fintech as governance: The regulatory sandbox, riskwashing, and disruptive social classification
  262. Audit as accountability: technical authority and expertise in the governance of private financing for development
  263. Professional action in global wealth chains
  264. How social ventures grow: Understanding the role of philanthropic grants in scaling social entrepreneurship
  265. … Finance and Fintech: Can Technology Contribute to Achieving Environmental Goals? A Preliminary Assessment of ‘Green Fintech’and ‘Sustainable Digital Finance’
  266. Zombies at large? Corporate debt overhang and the macroeconomy
  267.  Demographic and economic determinants of migration
  268. EU-Indonesia trade relations
  269. Does bank competition affect credit access in Sub-Saharan Africa? Evidence from World Bank informal firms surveys
  270. Does financial inclusion drive the Islamic banking efficiency? A post-financial crisis analysis
  271. Combustion characteristic of premixed H2/air in the micro cavity combustor with guide vanes
  272. Does blockchain technology democratize entrepreneurial finance? An empirical comparison of ICOs, venture capital, and REITs
  273. A theory of socially responsible investment
  274. A Sustainable Capital Asset Pricing Model (S-CAPM): Evidence from Environmental Integration and Sin Stock Exclusion
  275. Model prediction and experimental study of material removal rate in micro ECDM process on borosilicate glass
  276. Social entrepreneurship and digital platforms: Crowdfunding in the sharing-economy era
  277. Electrochemical oxidation of ciprofloxacin in different aqueous matrices using synthesized boron-doped micro and nano-diamond anodes
  278. Micro-franchising in the bottom of the pyramid market: Rwanda
  279. Pathways to hybridization: Assimilation and accommodation of public financial reforms in Brazil
  280. Consumer financial literacy and the efficiency of mortgage-related decisions: New evidence from the Panel Study of Income dynamics
  281. Unfolding the impacts of a prolonged COVID-19 pandemic on the Sustainability of Culinary tourism: Some insights from Micro and small street food vendors
  282.  Supply chain financial service management system based on block chain IoT data sharing and edge computing
  283. Relationship between innovation, regional institutions and firm performance: Micro-evidence from Africa
  284. Collective minds: social network topology shapes collective cognition
  285. Application of a novel nanocomposite containing micro-nutrient solubilizing bacterial strains and CeO2 nanocomposite as bio-fertilizer
  286.  Combined Business Tax Statistics 2016 of the Federal Statistical Office of Germany–A Micro Data Set for Scientific Use
  287. Optimal distinctiveness: On being the same and different
  288. The impact of supply chain financing on SMEs performance in Global supply chain
  289. Evaluation of the Program Subsidizing Prosumer Photovoltaic Sources in Poland
  290. Hybrid business models in the sharing economy: The role of business model design for managing the environmental paradox
  291. Rural Electrification and Transition to Clean Cooking: The Case Study of Kanyegaramire and Kyamugarura Solar Mini-Grid Energy Cooperatives in the Kyenjojo …
  292. Does career risk deter potential entrepreneurs?
  293. Green innovation and enterprise green total factor productivity at a micro level: A perspective of technical distance
  294. An Empirical Study On Customer Experience And Customer Engagement Towards Electric Bikes With Reference To Bangalore City
  295.  Past, present, and future of sustainable finance: insights from big data analytics through machine learning of scholarly research
  296. The roles of NSD performance and standardized service development processes in the performance of micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises
  297. Triggering disruptive technology absorptive capacity by CIOs. Explorative research on a micro-foundation lens
  298. The COVID-19 pandemic: Conceptual framework for the global economic impacts and recovery
  299. Consuming dividends
  300. Machine learning in healthcare: Operational and financial impact
  301. Digital transformation of small and medium enterprises: Aspects of public support
  302.  Energy financing for energy retrofit in COVID-19: Recommendations for green bond financing
  303. Legitimacy in entrepreneurship. Intellectual structure and research trends
  304. A novel in-situ micro-aeration functional membrane with excellent decoloration efficiency and antifouling performance
  305.  Informative social interactions
  306. Platforms for the people: Enabling civic crowdfunding through the cultivation of institutional infrastructure
  307. Modeling of comparative studies on surface micro morphology of Aeolian, River, Lake, and Beach sand samples using SEM and EDS/EDAX
  308. Informational switching costs, bank competition, and the cost of finance
  309.  Photo-curing 3D printing of micro-scale bamboo fibers reinforced palm oil-based thermosets composites
  310. Prioritizing and overcoming biomass energy barriers: Application of AHP and G-TOPSIS approaches
  311. Finance, gender, and entrepreneurship: India’s informal sector firms
  312. Does financial development enhance agricultural production in the long-run? Evidence from China
  313. Microstructure and mechanical properties of micro laser welding NiTiNb/Ti6Al4V dissimilar alloys lap joints with nickel interlayer
  314. Pragmatism, critical realism and the study of value
  315. Does green credit policy affect corporate debt financing? Evidence from China
  316. Impact of governance and globalization on natural resources volatility: The role of financial development in the Middle East North Africa countries
  317. Financing equilibrium in a capital constrained supply Chain: The impact of credit rating
  318.  Regulatory interventions in consumer financial markets: The case of credit cards
  319.  Preparation and radiation attenuation properties of ceramic ball clay enhanced with micro and nano ZnO particles
  320. Blockchain Technology in China’s Digital Economy: Balancing Regulation and Innovation
  321. Superstructure silver micro-tube composites for ultrahigh electromagnetic wave shielding
  322. Application of improved convolution neural network in financial forecasting
  323. Trapped in the institution: Governing the Covid-19 epidemic in Slovenian eldercare homes from the perspective of care micro-mobilities
  324. Financial development and labor market outcomes: Evidence from Brazil
  325. Air pollution and tourism: Evidence from G20 countries
  326. Micro (nano) plastics and terrestrial plants: Up-to-date knowledge on uptake, translocation, and phytotoxicity
  327. Exports, investment and productivity growth in small firms: A firm-level analysis from Tanzania and Ghana
  328. Why and how might firms respond strategically to violent conflict?
  329. Numerical analysis of flow and heat characteristic around micro-ribbed tube in heat exchanger system
  330. Putting stakeholders at the centre: multi-stakeholder approaches to social impact measurement
  331. Optical inspection of the silicon micro-strip sensors for the CBM experiment employing artificial intelligence
  332.  Повышение финансовой грамотности населения: международный опыт и российская практика
  333.  Ecosystem dynamics: exploring the interplay within fintech entrepreneurial ecosystems
  334. Religious organizations: Crosscutting the nonprofit sector
  335. Challenges and opportunities in bioremediation of micro-nano plastics: a review
  336.  Pathways to lasting cross-sector social collaboration: A configurational study
  337. Systemic risk, Islamic banks, and the COVID-19 pandemic: An empirical investigation
  338. The gendered effects of statecraft on women in tourism: Economic sanctions, women’s disempowerment and sustainability?
  339. B2B marketing scholarship and the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs): A systematic literature review
  340. Impacts of industrial and entrepreneurial jobs on youth: 5-year experimental evidence on factory job offers and cash grants in Ethiopia
  341. Liquid metal coated copper micro-particles to construct core-shell structure and multiple heterojunctions for high-efficiency microwave absorption
  342. Beyond shareholder value maximization: Accounting for financial/social trade-offs in dual-purpose companies
  343. Managing households’ expectations with unconventional policies
  344.  An empirical study of supply chain sustainability with financial performances of Indian firms
  345. Monetary policy and liquidity constraints: Evidence from the euro area
  346. Nano modifying additive micro silica influence on integral and differential characteristics of vibrocentrifuged concrete
  347. Financial inclusion and green economic efficiency: evidence from China
  348. The effect of micro-encapsulation on thermal characteristics of metallic phase change materials
  349. Matching risks with instruments in development banks
  350.  Gross domestic product: Are other measures needed?
  351. Whale optimization based synchronization and control of two identical fractional order financial chaotic systems
  352. Comprehensive numerical insight the thermal performance improvement of the micro combustors with internal bionic Y-shaped fins for micro-thermal voltaic system …
  353.  Shelter, settlement & development
  354.  Female entrepreneurship, financial frictions and capital misallocation in the US
  355. India’s lockdown: An interim report
  356. After the financial crisis: the evolution of the global income distribution between 2008 and 2013
  357. … analysis of packed bed latent heat storage system for high-temperature thermal energy storage using pellets composed of micro-encapsulated phase change material
  358. Financial aid and financial inclusion: Does risk uncertainty matter?
  359. Choosing crowdfunding: Why do entrepreneurs choose to engage in crowdfunding?
  360.  The long shadow of informality: Challenges and policies
  361. Fast identification of the pull-in voltage of a nano/micro-electromechanical system
  362. National-scale distribution of micro (meso) plastics in farmland soils across China: Implications for environmental impacts
  363. Numerical investigation on thermal-hydraulic characteristics of the micro heat sink with gradient distribution pin fin arrays and narrow slots
  364. Is corporate governance a good predictor of SMEs financial performance? Evidence from developing countries (the case of Lebanon)
  365.  Wicked problems and new ways of organizing: How Fe y Alegria confronted changing manifestations of poverty
  366. Micro-/Mesoporous Fluorescent Polymers and Devices for Visual Pesticide Detection with Portability, High Sensitivity, and Ultrafast Response
  367. Can Mobile-Linked Bank Accounts Bolster Savings? Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial in Sri Lanka
  368. Solar energy technology adoption and diffusion by micro, small, and medium enterprises: sustainable energy for climate change mitigation
  369. Credit risk management in Nepalese cooperative societies
  370. Credit ratings and market information
  371. Farmers’ Knowledge and Perceptions of Management and the Impact of Trees on-Farm in the Mt. Elgon Region of Uganda
  372. Tailoring micro/nanostructured porous polytetrafluoroethylene surfaces for dual-reversible transition of wettability and transmittance
  373. Spontaneous imbibition in coal with in-situ dynamic micro-CT imaging
  374. Micro-Scale Auxetic Hierarchical Mechanical Metamaterials for Shape Morphing
  375. The dynamic linkage between remittances, export diversification, education, renewable energy consumption, economic growth, and CO2 emissions in top remittance …
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