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Islamic corporate financing: does it promote profit and loss sharing? (2016)
Journal Article
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2016). Islamic corporate financing: does it promote profit and loss sharing?. Business Ethics: A European Review, 25(4), 482-497. https://doi.org/10.1111/beer.12120

Islamic financing instruments can be categorised into profit and loss/risk sharing and non-participatory instruments. Although profit and loss sharing instruments such as musharakah are widely accepted as the ideal form of Islamic financing, prior st... Read More about Islamic corporate financing: does it promote profit and loss sharing?.

Bankers’ stock options, risk-taking and the financial crisis (2016)
Journal Article
Minhat, M., & Abdullah, M. (2016). Bankers’ stock options, risk-taking and the financial crisis. Journal of Financial Stability, 22, 121-128. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jfs.2016.01.008

This study investigates the relationship between the use of stock options and bank risk in the context of the 2007-2008 financial crisis for banks that are authorised to accept deposits in the United Kingdom. These banks are affected by the European... Read More about Bankers’ stock options, risk-taking and the financial crisis.

Islamic Finance (2016)
Book Chapter
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2016). Islamic Finance. In M. C. Ehrhardt, E. Brigham, & R. Fox (Eds.), Financial Management: Theory and PracticeCengage

No abstract available.

Is executive compensation a substitute governance mechanism to debt financing and leasing? (2015)
Journal Article
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2016). Is executive compensation a substitute governance mechanism to debt financing and leasing?. Applied Economics, 48(14), 1293-1302. https://doi.org/10.1080/00036846.2015.1100247

This study examines whether and how CEO equity incentives relate to financing choices (i.e., debt and leases). Using manually collected CEO compensation and lease data for a sample of large UK firms, we found evidence of a negative relationship betwe... Read More about Is executive compensation a substitute governance mechanism to debt financing and leasing?.

Compensation consultants and CEO pay (2014)
Journal Article
Kabir, R., & Minhat, M. (2014). Compensation consultants and CEO pay. Research in International Business and Finance, 32, 172-189. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ribaf.2014.05.003

The study examines the practice of employing multiple compensation consultants. Examining data of a sample of UK companies over the period 2003–2006 we find that CEOs receive higher equity-based pay when firms employ more than one compensation consul... Read More about Compensation consultants and CEO pay.

Executive compensation in government-linked companies: evidence from Malaysia (2014)
Journal Article
Minhat, M., & Abdullah, M. (2014). Executive compensation in government-linked companies: evidence from Malaysia. Applied Economics, 46(16), 1861-1872. https://doi.org/10.1080/00036846.2014.887192

The aim of this study was to explore the characteristics of executive pay, equity ownership incentives and pay–performance relationship in government-controlled firms. Data were hand-collected from the annual reports of 179 companies listed on Bursa... Read More about Executive compensation in government-linked companies: evidence from Malaysia.

COVID-19 Public Inquiry: Research Report for Portfolio 3 The Provision of Health and Social Care Services Adult Social Care
Report
McKay, C., Stavert, J., Johnston, L., Murray, J., Rek, J., Breen, C., Zarins, A., Woodrow, A., Anderson, L., & King, M. COVID-19 Public Inquiry: Research Report for Portfolio 3 The Provision of Health and Social Care Services Adult Social Care. Scottish C

Report commissioned by Scottish COVID-19 Public Inquiry into the Scottish Government's strategic response to the COVID pandemic in relation to the provision of healthcare services and social care support to adults, excluding residential care

Insect Pollination and Sustainable Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa (2020)
Journal Article
Tolera, K., & Ballantyne, G. (2021). Insect Pollination and Sustainable Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Pollination Ecology, 27(2), 36-46

We are currently seeing an expansion of pollinator-dependent crops in many parts of the world, but also growing evidence for pollinator population declines and loss of pollinator habitat. Climate change and population growth will place additional dem... Read More about Insect Pollination and Sustainable Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Telemonitoring at scale for hypertension in primary care: An implementation study (2020)
Journal Article
Hammersley, V., Parker, R., Paterson, M., Hanley, J., Pinnock, H., Padfield, P., Stoddart, A., Park, H. G., Sheikh, A., & McKinstry, B. (2020). Telemonitoring at scale for hypertension in primary care: An implementation study. PLoS Medicine, 17(6), e10031

Background While evidence from randomised controlled trials shows that telemonitoring for hypertension is associated with improved blood pressure (BP) control, healthcare systems have been slow to implement it, partly because of inadequate integrati... Read More about Telemonitoring at scale for hypertension in primary care: An implementation study.

Which firms use Islamic financing? (2016)
Journal Article
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2017). Which firms use Islamic financing?. Economics Letters, 150, 15-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2016.10.036

This study explores to what extent the Islamic financing instruments are used by non-financial firms and whether profitability influences such financing choice. Based on a panel data of firms from fourteen developing countries for the 2005-2009 perio... Read More about Which firms use Islamic financing?.

Public Understanding of Trafficking in Human Beings in Great Britain, Hungary and Ukraine (2019)
Journal Article
Sharapov, K. (2019). Public Understanding of Trafficking in Human Beings in Great Britain, Hungary and Ukraine. Anti-trafficking review, 13, 30-49. https://doi.org/10.14197/atr.201219133

This article provides a summary of research undertaken to investigate public awareness and understanding of human trafficking in Great Britain, Ukraine, and Hungary. Responding to the lack of reliable empirical data on this issue, the research relies... Read More about Public Understanding of Trafficking in Human Beings in Great Britain, Hungary and Ukraine.

Regulatory Arbitrage in Relation to International Human Rights (2019)
Journal Article
Minhat, M., Abdullah, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2019). Regulatory Arbitrage in Relation to International Human Rights. Journal of Human Rights, 18(5), 579-596. https://doi.org/10.1080/14754835.2019.1647097

The adoption of the United Nations (UN) Charter in 1945 marked the legalization of international human rights. Despite the legalized status of human rights, their violation by states is not uncommon. This article questions why a state might violate i... Read More about Regulatory Arbitrage in Relation to International Human Rights.

Stock Options and Credit Default Swaps in Risk Management (2017)
Journal Article
Al-Own, B., Minhat, M., & Gao, S. (2018). Stock Options and Credit Default Swaps in Risk Management. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 53, 200-214. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.intfin.2017.09.021

The use of stock options and credit default swaps (CDS) in banks is not uncommon. Stock options can induce risk-taking incentives, while CDS can be used to hedge against credit risk. Building on the existing literature on executive compensation and r... Read More about Stock Options and Credit Default Swaps in Risk Management.

The interplay of formal and informal institutions between local and regional authorities when creating well-functioning public transport systems (2017)
Journal Article
Hrelja, R., Monios, J., Rye, T., Isaksson, K., & Scholten, C. (2017). The interplay of formal and informal institutions between local and regional authorities when creating well-functioning public transport systems. International Journal of Sustainable Tr

This paper analyzes how public transport planning is managed in institutional contexts where governance is spread across local and regional scales. The paper sheds light on two facets of the relationship between local and regional government: first,... Read More about The interplay of formal and informal institutions between local and regional authorities when creating well-functioning public transport systems.

Identifying competitive strategies for each phase of the intermodal terminal life cycle (2017)
Journal Article
Monios, J., & Bergqvist, R. (2017). Identifying competitive strategies for each phase of the intermodal terminal life cycle. Research in Transportation Business & Management, 23, 97-105. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rtbm.2017.02.007

This paper applies the marketing strategy literature to the four phases of the intermodal terminal life cycle (ITLC) to identify the appropriate competitive strategy to be undertaken at each phase, based on fluctuating markets and competitor behaviou... Read More about Identifying competitive strategies for each phase of the intermodal terminal life cycle.

Port governance in the UK: Planning without policy (2016)
Journal Article
Monios, J. (2017). Port governance in the UK: Planning without policy. Research in Transportation Business & Management, 22, 78-88. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rtbm.2016.10.006

The UK's highly privatised port system means that, while many of the issues in the port governance literature relevant to port concessions do not arise here, the respective roles of harbour authorities and port operators continue to be questioned. Th... Read More about Port governance in the UK: Planning without policy.

Redefining Poverty and Its Measurement: An Islamic Political Economy Perspective (2017)
Journal Article
Khaleel, F. (2017). Redefining Poverty and Its Measurement: An Islamic Political Economy Perspective. Global Review of Islamic Economics and Business, 4(2), 68-81

Islamic economists have always taken the position on the intrinsic capability of poverty alleviation in the Islamic economic model. The poverty, in economics and social sciences, is taken in the context of economic deprivation. Among the multitudinou... Read More about Redefining Poverty and Its Measurement: An Islamic Political Economy Perspective.

LGBT Issues and the Queer Approach (2010)
Book Chapter
Kulpa, R. (2011). LGBT Issues and the Queer Approach. In J. T. Ishiyama, & M. Breuning (Eds.), 21st Century Political Science: A Reference Handbook (856-864). SAGE Publications. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781412979351.n99

The primary focus of this chapter is to introduce the reader to the contemporary debates surrounding LGBT issues in U.S. politics. It is done by looking at LGBT movements and major issues raised by those communities. First, a historical context is of... Read More about LGBT Issues and the Queer Approach.

Implementation of the concept of “politically exposed persons (PEPs)” in India (2017)
Journal Article
Chhina, R. K. (2017). Implementation of the concept of “politically exposed persons (PEPs)” in India. Journal of Money Laundering Control, 20(1), 89-98. https://doi.org/10.1108/jmlc-01-2016-0001

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to critically examine the concept of “politically exposed persons (PEPs)” as provided under the Indian anti-money laundering (AML) regime, particularly focussing on the Reserve Bank of India guidelines to its sup... Read More about Implementation of the concept of “politically exposed persons (PEPs)” in India.