• F&E komplementarit aten bei KMU

      Kleer, Robin (ZfKE – Zeitschrift für KMU und Entrepreneurship, 2012)
    • Factorial and Predictive Validity of the Belgian (Dutch) Athlete version of the Coach-Athlete Relationship Questionnaire (CART-Q)

      Balduck, Anne-Line; Jowett, Sophia; Buelens, Marc (International Journal of Sport Psychology, 2011)
    • Factorial and predictive validity of the Belgian Athlete version of the CART-Q

      Balduck, Anne-Line; Jowett, Sophia; Buelens, Marc (International Journal of Sport Psychology, 2010)
    • Failure processes and causes of company bankruptcy: a typology

      Ooghe, Hubert; De Prijcker, Sofie (Management Decision, 2008)
    • Falingsprevisiemodellen: uitgangspunten, opbouw en gebruik

      Ooghe, Hubert; Joos, Philip; De Vos, Donaat (Gent Werkt, 1991)
    • Family structure as a moderator of parent-child communication about consumption

      Geuens, Maggie; De Pelsmacker, Patrick; Mast, Gitte (International Journal of Advertising and Marketing to children, 2003)
    • FDI in investment banking

      Gulamhussen, Azzim (Thunderbird International Business Review, 2012)
      The determinants of foreign direct investment (FDI) in investment banking are tested using unique data obtained from 43 semistructured interviews with senior managers of multinational banks. Consistent with internalization theory, the decision to service new customers is positively and significantly related to FDI. In line with internalization theory and the sequential entry framework, the perceived risk of doing business abroad is negatively and significantly related to FDI. Lock‐in is positively and significantly related to FDI. Very few managers consider it important to follow domestic customers, which does not emerge as significantly related to FDI. Qualitative information facilitated the interpretation of multiple empirical estimations.
    • FDI Spillovers in the Chinese Manufacturing Sector: Evidence of Firm Heterogeneity

      Abraham, Filip; Konings, Jozef; Slootmaekers, V. (Economics of Transition, 2010)
    • Feedback aan leerkrachten

      Vanderheyden, Karlien; Devos, Geert (Schoolleiding en -begeleiding, 1996)
    • Feedback in a brave new world of work

      De Stobbeleir, Katleen (CEO, 2009)
    • Female directors in bank boardrooms and their influence on performance and risk-taking

      Gulamhussen, Azzim; Fonte Santa, Silvia (Global Finance Journal, 2015)
      We assess the role of women in bank boardrooms in a sample of 461 large banks from OECD countries. After controlling for bank and country specific effects, we find that the presence and percentage of female directors in boardrooms have a positive influence on performance. We also find a negative relation between the presence of women in boardrooms and risk-taking. These relations hold for the supervisory board, and with some exceptions for the audit committee. For a sub-sample of 134 listed banks we find that markets positively value the presence of women on the board, supervisory board and audit committee.
    • Financial distress models in Belgium: The results of a decade of empirical research

      Ooghe, Hubert; Joos, Philip; De Bourdeaudhuij, C. (The International Journal of Accounting, 1995)
      In Belgium, the first financial distress models were estimated in 1982 by Ooghe and Verbaere. An overview is presented of the financial distress studies conducted in Belgium since then. Starting from the early models, the research efforts concentrated on the validation of those models are described, which led finally to the estimation of the 2nd generation of models in 1991 by Ooghe, Joos and De Vos. Some suggestions for further research are presented.
    • Financial Efficiency and Social Impact of Microfinance Institutions

      Louis, Philippe; Seret, Alex; Baesens, Bart (World development, 2013)
      This paper contributes to the literature by investigating whether the increased focus on financial self-sustainability of microfinance institutions has been disadvantageous to the target audience. We investigate the association between social efficiency and financial performance using a comprehensive data set that includes 650 microfinance institutions. A self-organizing map methodology is used to fully capture the existing heterogeneity among institutions. The results show that we cannot support the hypothesis that there exists a trade-off. On the contrary, we find evidence of a significant, positive relationship between social efficiency and financial performance.
    • Financial Ratio Cross-section Dynamics: A Non-Parametric Approach

      Roodhooft, Filip; Konings, Jozef (Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 1997)
    • Financial reporting quality in private equity backed companies: the impact of ownership concentration

      Beuselinck, Christof; Manigart, Sophie (Small Business Economics, 2007)
    • Financial Risk management

      Thibeault, André (Fiduciair, 2001)
    • Financial Services 2.0: How Technology Puts the Customer Central

      Cumps, Bjorn (Global Banking and Finance Review, 2013)
      Control offers a critical differentiator between successful and failed interfirm service exchanges. The application of informal control to improve supplier performance has been well established, but the effect of formal control appears profoundly equivocal. This study proposes that the actual effect of formal control depends on its mode (output vs. behavior) and its relationship with the service type (mass vs. professional) and informal control. With survey data from 252 service buying organizations, the results indicate that output control interacts with service type to determine perceived supplier performance (PSP). Buyers’ reliance on high output control has a positive effect on PSP in mass service exchanges, this effect becomes negative in professional service exchanges. The effect of the interaction of behavior control and service type also depends on the presence of informal control. Buyers’ reliance on high behavior control exerts a more positive effect on PSP in professional service exchanges than in mass service exchanges, but only in the presence of informal control. These findings have key implications for both theory and practice.
    • Financial statement filing lags: an empirical analysis among small firms

      Luypaert, Mathieu; Van Caneghem, Tom; Van Uytbergen, Steve (International Small Business Journal, 2016)
      This article examines financial statement filing lags among a sample of Belgian small firms. Our results indicate that around one-third of small firm financial statements are filed late (after the legal deadline), but that monetary sanctions could be an effective tool to encourage compliance with legal deadlines. Whereas the deadline and late filing sanctions are filing incentives, various factors, such as firm size and presence of an external financial statement audit, also affect financial statement filing lags. Evidence indicated that extremely late filings were associated with lower financial statement quality.
    • Financiële analyse van de bouwsector

      Roodhooft, Filip (Tijdschrift voor Accountants en Boekhouders, 1989)