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International Journal of Financial Services Management

International Journal of Financial Services Management (IJFSM)

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  • An empirical study on financial well-being during Covid-19 in India   Order a copy of this article
    by Ujjal Sanyal, Furquan Uddin 
    Abstract: Financial well-being is one of the several significant issues with its implications throughout the world. The outbreak of coronavirus or Covid-19 has rattled the Indian economy and made a colossal impact on the individual and financial well-being. It is the need of the hour, to quest for the factors that might determine the current psychological status of the people who have an enormous contribution to the financial infrastructure and superstructure of the country. A survey (n = 172) was conducted using convenience sampling on financial well-being during the Covid-19 in India. It also investigated how an ongoing pandemic affects individual perception of the future economic outlook in relation to their financial well-being. With the help of exploratory factor analysis and regression analysis, we identified financial ignorance, satisfaction with life; financial stress, and financial literacy were key contributing elements that constitute financial well-being in India.
    Keywords: financial well-being; behavioural finance; Covid-19 and finance; financial ignorance; financial literacy; financial crisis; financial stress; satisfaction with life; rational expectations; behavioral biases.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJFSM.2022.10053439
     
  • Financial contagion and volatility spillover in financial stock markets: a statistical review   Order a copy of this article
    by Shubham Kakran, Shubham Kakran, Arpit Sidhu, Arpit Sidhu, Sheenam Lohan, Sheenam Lohan 
    Abstract: This article aims to present the latest status of literature based on financial contagion and volatility spillover in the context of the financial stock market by reviewing the past literature. Another aim is to identify previous studies into different categories to provide an exhaustive bibliography concerning Financial Contagion and Volatility Spillover topics. For reviewing these topics, various sources were probed (Scopus, WoS, ABDC list). Of them, 185 core research papers were considered to lay the future path for researchers. Research papers from 1969 to 2022 (March) have been collected for present fair and understandable analysis with the great attention of investors. This study enlightens the path for new researchers through research gap. This research paper can aid academicians, future researchers, and relevant stakeholders at the domestic and international levels.
    Keywords: financial stock market; financial contagion; volatility spillover.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJFSM.2023.10053838