Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Banking and Finance

Edited by Razali Haron

International Islamic University Malaysia

Co-editors:

Maizaitulaidawati Md Husin

University of Technology Malaysia

Michael Murg

Universities of Applied Sciences Joanneum

The banking and finance industry plays a significant role in the economy of a nation. As such, continuous research and up-to-date feeds are necessary for it to stay competitive and resilient. Due to its revolving and dynamic nature as well as its significance and interlinkages with other industries, a well-functioning banking and finance system is vital in safeguarding the interest of all stakeholders. Banking and Finance covers a wide range of essential topics highlighting major issues related to banking and finance. The book is rich with empirical evidence, scientific researches, best practices, and recommendations, making it a compact yet handy reference for readers, especially those who are in the field of banking and finance.

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Banking and FinanceEdited by Razali Haron

Published: December 23rd 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87329

ISBN: 978-1-78984-683-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-682-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-78985-563-0

Copyright year: 2020

Books open for chapter submissions

1967 Total Chapter Downloads

1 Crossref Citations

1 Dimensions Citations

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1. Capital Adequacy Regulation

By Aysa Siddika and Razali Haron

170

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2. Internal Controls and Credit Risk in European Banking: The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision Framework Approach

By Ellis Kofi Akwaa-Sekyi

138

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3. Relevance of Shari’ah Governance in Driving Performance of Islamic Banks during the Financial Crisis: International Evidence

By Naji Mansour Nomran and Razali Haron

148

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4. Risk Analyses on Islamic Banks in Indonesia

By Dimas Bagus Wiranatakusuma, Imamuddin Yuliadi and Ikhwan Victhori

139

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5. Climate Change, Credit Risk and Financial Stability

By Oluwaseun James Oguntuase

182

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6. Green Banking

By Taslima Julia and Salina Kassim

187

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7. New Malaysia, Brexit and US-China Trade War: Credit Risk to Malaysian Banks

By Wooi Keong Yong and Wooi Meng Yong

65

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8. Organizational Culture and Knowledge Sharing in Banking Management

By Naima Andleeb, Md Fauzi Ahmad and Shahab Aziz

108

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9. Bank Service Delivery in Nigeria

By Akinbode James Olalekan

55

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10. Stock Markets of the Visegrad Countries after Their Accession to the European Union

By Wojciech Grabowski

95

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11. Has the Yield Curve Accurately Predicted the Malaysian Economy in the Previous Two Decades?

By Maya Puspa Rahman

79
Corrigendum to: Has the Yield Curve Accurately Predicted the Malaysian Economy in the Previous Two Decades?

By Maya Puspa Rahman

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12. The Relationship between Economic Uncertainty and Firms’ Balance Sheet Strength

By Mehmet Selman Çolak, İbrahim Ethem Güney and Yavuz Selim Hacıhasanoğlu

49

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13. A New Approach for Assessing Credit Risks under Uncertainty

By Teimuraz Tsabadze

87

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14. A Bipartite Graph-Based Recommender for Crowdfunding with Sparse Data

By Hongwei Wang and Shiqin Chen

160

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15. Crowdfunding: The Case of Italy

By Rosa Adamo, Domenica Federico, Mariantonietta Intonti, Simona Mele and Antonella Notte

213

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16. Sales and Conformity of Goods: A Legal Discourse

By Djieufack Roland

101

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