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Brahim Gaies
Brahim Gaies
Associate Professor in Economics & Finance, IPAG Lab, IPAG Business School, Paris
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Accounting for endogeneity and the dynamics of corporate social–corporate financial performance relationship
BB Lahouel, B Gaies, YB Zaied, A Jahmane
Journal of cleaner production 230, 352-364, 2019
992019
Corporate social responsibility, financial instability and corporate financial performance: Linear, non-linear and spillover effects–The case of the CAC 40 companies
A Jahmane, B Gaies
Finance Research Letters 34, 101483, 2020
982020
Financial development and energy consumption: Is the MENA region different?
B Gaies, O Kaabia, R Ayadi, K Guesmi, I Abid
Energy Policy 135, 111000, 2019
782019
What are the effects of economic globalization on CO2 emissions in MENA countries?
B Gaies, MS Nakhli, JM Sahut
Economic Modelling 116, 106022, 2022
442022
Is Bitcoin rooted in confidence?–Unraveling the determinants of globalized digital currencies
B Gaies, MS Nakhli, JM Sahut, K Guesmi
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 172, 121038, 2021
432021
Does financial globalization still spur growth in emerging and developing countries? Considering exchange rates
B Gaies, S Goutte, K Guesmi
Research in International Business and Finance 52, 101113, 2020
362020
Financial openness and growth in developing countries
B Gaies, MS Nabi
Journal of Economic Integration 34 (3), 426-464, 2019
342019
What interactions between financial globalization and instability?—Growth in developing countries
B Gaies, S Goutte, K Guesmi
Journal of International Development 31 (1), 39-79, 2019
342019
Banking crises in developing countries–What crucial role of exchange rate stability and external liabilities?
B Gaies, S Goutte, K Guesmi
Finance Research Letters 31, 2019
332019
Banking crises and economic growth in developing countries: Why privileging foreign direct investment over external debt?
B Gaies, MS Nabi
Bulletin of Economic Research, 2021
282021
Are we sentenced to financial globalization?
B Gaies, S Goutte, K Guesmi
The Journal of European Economic History 48 (1), 49-72, 2019
192019
Does financial development really spur nascent entrepreneurship in Europe?—A panel data analysis
B Gaies, D Najar, A Maalaoui, S Kraus, A El Tarabishy
Journal of Small Business Management 61 (6), 2440-2487, 2023
172023
Reassessing the impact of health expenditure on income growth in the face of the global sanitary crisis: the case of developing countries
B Gaies
The European Journal of Health Economics 23 (9), 1415-1436, 2022
152022
Corporate social responsibility, financial globalization and bank soundness in Europe–Novel evidence from a GMM panel VAR approach
B Gaies, A Jahmane
Finance Research Letters 47, 102772, 2022
152022
Interactions between investors’ fear and greed sentiment and Bitcoin prices
B Gaies, MS Nakhli, JM Sahut, D Schweizer
The North American Journal of Economics and Finance 67, 101924, 2023
122023
FDI, banking crises and growth: direct and spill over effects
B Gaies, S Goutte, K Guesmi
Applied Economics Letters 26 (20), 1655-1658, 2019
122019
Exploring the causal links between investor sentiment and financial instability: A dynamic macro-financial analysis
B Gaies, MS Nakhli, R Ayadi, JM Sahut
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 204, 290-303, 2022
102022
Financial instability and oil price fluctuations: evidence from oil exporting developing countries
B Gaies, K Guesmi, T Porcher, R Boroumand
The European Journal of Comparative Economics 17 (1), 55-71, 2020
92020
Political risk and financial development in Nigeria: can credit buy social peace?: evidence from NARDL approach
MS Nakhli, B Gaies
The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 82, 55-62, 2021
82021
Investigating pull-entrepreneurship: the effects of exogenous factors on opportunity perceptions in OECD countries
B Gaies, A Maalaoui, A Botti, A Monda
Journal of Enterprising Culture 30 (01), 33-69, 2022
62022
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