Journal of Financial Economics and Banking <p> The Journal of Financial Economics and Banking (JOFEB) is an open source journal aiming to create a vigorous platform for researchers and practitioners in all major research fields in financial economics and banking to address the implications of current developments and studies in the field.</p> <p> The Journal of Financial Economics and Banking (JOFEB) will publish theoretical and empirical research papers on financial economics and banking from multidisciplinary (economics, finance, econometrics, marketing, and management) and multinational geographic perspectives.</p> <p>You are welcome to sent your papers! <a href=""><strong>Make a submission</strong></a></p> <p> </p> en-US (Sel DIBOOGLU) (Mehmet Fatih BUGAN) Sun, 30 May 2021 16:04:26 +0300 OJS 60 DETERMINANTS OF INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS: EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED OECD COUNTRIES <p>This study aims to investigate determinants of export competitiveness.&nbsp; For this purpose, we take into RCA coefficient values as export competitiveness indicator.&nbsp; As determinate of competitiveness we take into GDP, openness, exchange rate, FDI and human capital. The paper cover time period from 1994 to 2017. Analysis is realized for OECD-18 countries<a href="#_ftn1" name="_ftnref1">[1]</a>. Time period and country group selected as data availability. At first, we have been looked into data set cross-section dependency and heterogeneous. After, we have been estimated models by AMG estimator which account for cross-section dependency and heterogenous. As result obtained from analysis, GDP and openness have mostly statistically significant but it has positive impact on just high-tech goods group competitiveness. Exchange rate have significant impact on just raw-intensive and hard imitable goods competitiveness, however, it has positive effect on hard imitable goods competitiveness. Other hands, FDI have significant and negative impact just on raw-intensive goods. At last, human capital just have significant impact just on labor-intensive goods competitiveness.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Rustem Yanar, Huseyin Celik Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Financial Economics and Banking Sun, 30 May 2021 00:00:00 +0300 Editor's Note <p>The aim of the JOFEB is to provide an outlet for research in financial markets and financial institutions, especially banking. The<br>Journal's objective is to be a forum where scholars publish theoretical and empirical research papers encompassing all research<br>fields in finance and banking.</p> <p>We particularly are interested in pushing the knowledge frontier in some emerging research themes that include financial regulation and its effectiveness post the Global Financial Crisis, Systemic/Counterparty Risk, Financial Technology (virtual currencies, digital wallets, value transfer networks, venture capital allocation mechanisms, crowd funding-peer to peer transfers, biometric technology/authentication), electronic personal financial management tools, data analytics, and RegTech (using new technologies to enhance regulation). In addition, we are interested in policy-oriented research in domestic and international financial institutions and markets, including but not limited to financial intermediation; financial markets, flow of funds, interest rate determination, market efficiency, financial intermediaries, bond markets, equity markets, mortgage markets and foreign exchange markets.</p> <p>Papers studying banking and finance using different methodologies and using interdisciplinary studies and those applied to emerging markets are also welcome.</p> <p>Sel DIBOOGLU<br>Chief Editor<br>Department of Finance and Economics<br>University of Sharjah<br>Phone: +971 6 505 3580 Fax: +971 6 558 5101<br>P.O. Box: 27272, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates<br>Web:<br></p> Sel DIBOOGLU Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Financial Economics and Banking Sun, 30 May 2021 00:00:00 +0300