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vol. 27, no. 2 (2018)
DLSU Business & Economics Review


Description

The DLSU Business & Economics Review (B&E Review) publishes high quality theoretical, empirical, and methodological research in the fields of Accounting, Business Management, Commercial Law, Economics, Finance, and Marketing. The B&E Review aims to reach an audience in these six fields and is published twice a year.

- Listed in SciVerse Scopus 
- Abstracted and Indexed in EBSCO 
- Accredited by the Commission on Higher Education as one of the most distinguished Philippine journals classified in Category A level


Publisher: De La Salle University


Category: Business & Economics |

ISSN 0116-7111 (Print)


Table of contents

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Articles


Long-Run Linkages of ASEAN+3 Floating Currencies

Cesar C. Rufino

ASEAN Bond Market Integration: What Drives Cross-Border Bond Investment in ASEAN?

Angelo Taningco

Strategic Position of Bond Markets in ASEAN-5: Challenges and Directions for Development

Sorasart Sukcharoensin

Is a Regional Credit Rating Agency for the ASEAN Feasible?

Tereso S. Tullao Jr. | Christopher James R. Cabuay | Daniel S. Hofileña

Ownership Structure and Stock Return Asymmetries in ASEAN-5 Stock Markets: A Firm-Level Analysis

Sorasart Sukcharoensin | Pariyada Sukcharoensin

Inflation and Public Debt Dynamics in ASEAN

Athakrit Thepmongkol | Yuthana Sethapramote

Regime-Switching Business Cycle Synchronization in the ASEAN

Yuthana Sethapramote | Athakrit Thepmongkol

Compliance Theory: A Case Study Approach in Understanding Organizational Commitment

Nelson J. Celis

Determinants of Earnings Management Choice among Publicly Listed Industrial Firms in the Philippines

Cynthia P. Cudia | Aeson Luiz C. Dela Cruz

Predictors of Humanistic Sustainability HRM Practices

Ana Liza Asis-castro | Divina M. Edralin

Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure in Vietnam: A Longitudinal Study

Kelly Anh Vu | Thanita Buranatrakul

Testing the Assumptions of Slippery Slope Framework on Tax Compliance: Evidence from Nigerian SMEs

Augustine Ayuba | Natrah Saad | Zaimah Zainol Ariffin

Analysis of Food Demand Elasticity of Rice for the Poor in Aceh, Indonesia: An Almost Ideal Demand System Approach

Diana Sapha Suriani A.h | Cut Zakia Rizki | M. Shabri Abd. Majid


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The Contributors