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Frontiers in Finance and Economics is a UGC APPROVED International Journal of Research

GIS-Business Journal

GIS Business with ISSN no. 1430-3663 is UGC Approved journal with J. no. 27917. Indexing and archives of GIS Business journal is at Journal Archives and Website of GIS Business is gisbusiness.org
GIS-Business is Indexed in SCOPUS with link to Scopus Indexing Scopus Scopus is one of the best indexing services for journals. GIS is a Internaitonal Peer reviewed and referred journal for publication of research papers.

GIS-Business Journal

GIS Busines is multi-disciplinary journal for remote sensing, gis, earth sceinces, geology, geography, business, management, commerce, economics, urban planning, civil engineering, environmental sciences. Journal Webiste is gisbusiness.org
Indexing of Journal is provided by Eduindex at Journal Archives
Submit research papers for publication in this journal to editor@eduindex.org 


GIS-Business Journal is a blind-reviewed, open access, both online and print journal, publishes original full-length research articles, review articles, case studies, original brief research articles, literature review, and others. This journal is published quarterly, and it is a global platform for publishing precise basic and applied business, management, marketing, finance, HRM, accounting and its analysis of the rationales. The main focus of the journal is on empirical research which would be helpful in carrying out business research attitude. The journal seeks to prop up communication amongst policy-makers, practitioners and researchers to make out prospective financial decision for the countries. This journal publishes high-quality original research articles and case studies in the areas of international finance, corporate finance, behavioral finance, public finance, stock markets, industrial finance, bank finance, insurance markets, financial management, taxation, accounting standards, auditing standards, etc. The journal is dedicated to improving research openings for the finance and related disciplines in the globe. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to:
International finance
Corporate finance
Behavioral finance
Public finance
Industrial finance
Stock markets
Financial management
Bank finance
Insurance markets
Macroeconomics
Taxation
Accounting standards
Auditing standards
Management accounting
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Restaurant Business (RS) - Commerce Journal

Restaurant Business (RS) aims at publishing genuine work in the field of Hospitality & Tourism so as to provide insights in to latest development and thinking. The Journal has a section of Double Blind Refereed Papers along with a section on Concept Papers or articles. A section of book reviews, conference reports and News & Events is included as well to have the readers updated regarding happenings in the Hospitality & Tourism fields worldwide.
The Journal encourages articles with original research base and cases specializing in the field of operations and hospitality management. Restaurant Business (RS) publishes papers of interest to academicians and to practitioners of business. The papers range widely over niche disciplines of hospitality management.


Restaurant Business (RS)  with ISSN 0097-8043 is multi-disciplinary journals for management studies, business, economics, ecommerce, finance, trade, banking, insurance, commerce, hospitality, tourism, planning, development studies and allied fields. The journal is open access and available electronically around the world.
Scopus Indexed Journal available at https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/4900152405 . Researchers can find the Restaurant Business (RS) Journal Journal Home Page with Issues and Archives at  https://journals.eduindex.org/index.php/rb/ 
UGC Approved Journal no. 10549 at https://www.ugc.ac.in/journallist/ RS is working for publication and promotion of research through https://www.restaurantbusinessjournal.com/ throughout the world. Scholars are requested to submit papers for publication in Scopus Indexed and UGC Approved journal - Restaurant Business (RS) 
Email to submit Papers for publication is editor@restaurantbusinessjournal.com 
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Call for Papers for Frontiers of Finance and Economics (FFE)

Frontiers of Finance and Economics with ISSN no. 1814-2044 is a Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Economics, Finance and Business and Management. Frontiers of Finance and Economics, a bi-Annual UGC Approved Journal. Send papers for publication to editor@ffejournal.org
Frontiers of Finance and Economics (FFE)  is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal published monthly by EduINDEX Journals. FFE dedicated to increasing the depth of research across all areas of this subject. Papers from field of Business, Finance and Economical Research are most welcome here for submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance. FFE is a leading journal in the field of Business, Finance and Economical studies.
•  Original articles in basic and applied research
•  Case studies
•  Critical reviews, surveys, opinions, commentaries and essays
Our objective is to inform authors of the decision on their manuscript(s) within two weeks of submission. Following acceptance, a paper will normally be published in the next issue.
Instruction for authors and other details are available on our website;
One key request of researchers across the world is unrestricted access to research publications. Open  access  gives a worldwide audience larger than that of any subscription-based journal ad thus increases the visibility and impact of published work. It also enhances indexing, retrieval power and eliminates the need for permissions to reproduce and distribute content. Frontiers of Finance and Economics (FFE)  is fully committed to the Open Access Initiative and will provide free access to all articles as soon as they are published.

Best regards,
John Morgan
Editorial Assistant, 
Email: editor@ffejournal.org
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The Effect of Price Limits on Unconditional Volatility:The Case of CASE

Medhat Hassanein  Eskandar A. Tooma
This nonparametric policy-shift event study examines the relationship between symmetric price limit mechanisms and stock market volatility. We investigate price dynamics on the Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchange (CASE), where three different limit regimes were in place between 1994 and 2004. We find when price limits are made tighter (looser) by regulators stock market volatility is usually not lower (higher).    These results contradict the widely held view among regulators that restrictive price limits can moderate volatility.  We attribute the source of higher volatility that the CASE experienced, during the tightest limit regime, to volatility on subsequent trading days increasing as limits prevent large one-day price changes. Previous research has referred to this phenomenon as the “volatility spillover” of daily price limits.
Keywords: Price Limits, Circuit Breakers, Stock Market Volatility, Egyptian Stock Exchange.
JEL Classifications: G14, G15, G18
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The Information Content of Cross-sectional Volatility for Future Market Volatility: Evidence from Australian Equity Returns

Md. Arifur Rahman
This paper presents research into the information content of firm-level and industry-level cross-sectional volatility (CSV) of daily equity returns for future market-level volatility in Australia. Using a conditional volatility framework that allows for commonly observed excess kurtosis in asset returns, we find that CSV does contain information beyond what is already contained in the lagged market-level return shocks and has a significant positive relationship with the conditional market volatility. Our analysis gives new empirical evidence that the effect of CSV is stronger in relatively stable market conditions than in more volatile market conditions. We also examine how the information content of stock turnover and aggregate company announcements compares with that of CSV, and take a novel data-driven approach to verify whether CSV captures any information about multiple common factor shocks in asset returns. The explanatory power of CSV for future market volatility remains robust even after controlling for the effects of stock turnover, company announcements and omitted factor shocks in returns.
Keywords: Incremental information, Conditional market volatility, Cross-sectional volatility, Stock turnover, Multiple common factor shocks
JEL Classification: G12, G14
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