Khurshid Djalilov

Khurshid Djalilov
Bournemouth University | BU · Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

PhD in Management

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April 2011 - August 2015
Bournemouth University
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
October 2006 - November 2010
King's College London, University of London
Field of study
  • Management
January 1999 - December 2000
University of Colorado
Field of study
  • Economics

Publications

Publications (18)
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Although many studies investigate the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and performance, they mainly explore the U.S. and Western developed countries and ignore other emerging economies and transition countries. However, the Contingent Resource-Based View (Contingent RBV) argues that the CSR-performance link varies across d...
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Financial institutions have embraced the idea of corporate social responsibility (CSR) over the past decade, particularly in the banking sector, even as they have faced challenges in their core business model and an uncertain economic environment. Has the addition of CSR helped banks in their effort to become more stable via diversification, or has...
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Given the nascent nature of banking sectors in transition countries and their unique institutional settings,this paper documents the effects of regulation on the efficiency of banks using system GMM and dynamic panel quantile regressions for 21 transition countries for the period 2002-2014. Within the system GMM estimation the paperfindsbank activi...
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Research investigating the determinants of banking performance has been at the centre of policy and academic debate following the global financial crisis (2007-2009). Thus, the purpose of this paper is to contribute to the assessment of the factors impacting banking efficiency. Whilst there are many studies investigating this problem in developed a...
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This study investigates how both technological and non-technological innovations influence export intensity in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). In addition, we report results for each firm size category of micro, small and medium firms, and thus reflect SME heterogeneity. The research methodology is based on the analysis of the Eurobarome...
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This study explores the channels through which the regulations impact on stability in the banking sector of the transition countries. We argue that the channels through which the different regulations affecting stability vary between EU-member and non-EU transition countries. Our study considers 370 banks from 20 transition countries for the period...
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This paper investigates the dynamics of the banking environment in early and late transition countries for the period 2000-2012. We consider macroeconomic, governance, economic freedom, financial depth, industrial, bankspecific, and CSR variables to compare the banking environment in transition countries. Our analyses show the presence of differenc...
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The aim of this paper is to investigate the determinants of bank profitability in the early transition countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), and in the late transition countries of the former USSR. We apply a GMM technique for the period covering 2000–2013. The results show that profitability persists and the determinants of bank profitabi...
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This paper compares the risk taking behaviour of banks in two groups of early and late transition countries during two periods: the pre-crisis (2000-2006) and the financially turbulent (2007-2012). Using data for 254 banks for the period 2000-2012 we find that during the stable period (2000-2006) the banks with higher concentration and higher techn...
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This article introduces the major business obstacles in Central Asian low income countries such as the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan. The enterprise surveys conducted by the World Bank in partnership with EBRD indicate that the major business barriers in the countries are Political instability, Practices of the informal sector, Tax rates and Corru...
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This paper studies the relationship between corporate social responsibility and bank performance for 16 transition countries of the former Soviet Union and Central and Eastern Europe. The aim is to investigate (1) the nature of the link between corporate social responsibility and bank performance and the motive of banks to engage in corporate socia...
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The presence of a sound banking sector is important for ensuring smooth and efficientrunning of a market-based economy as banks play a crucial role in channelling funds from lenders to borrowers with productive investment projects. Over the last two decades the financial systems of the former Soviet Union (FSU)as well as countries in central and ea...
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This paper examines progress in the transition to a market economy of the banking sector of Central Asia (CA), a region that was late to take on reform and which has largely been ignored in the literature. A comparison to other previous Soviet Republics shows that the banks in the Baltic States have higher profit efficiency compared to those in CA....
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Central Asian countries are examined pre-and postindependence to identify the impact of economic and financial development policies. The theoretical background to financial flows and the relation between the development of the financial system and economic growth in transition economies is analyzed using regression, correlation and Granger causalit...

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This project was to assemble the research experience of Hubert Gabrisch, Jens Hölscher and others with respect to transition from a socialist planned to a market economy in 1990s and early 2000s.