Publications


  • ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

    • Ahunov, M. and Yusupov, N. (2017). Risk attitudes and entrepreneurial motivations: Evidence from transition economies. Economics Letters, 160, pp.7-11.
    • Alimukhamedova, N. (2018). The microfinance promise - does it hold? A macro perspective. Development Policy Review.
    • Alimukhamedova, N., Filer, R. and Hanousek, J. (2017). The importance of geographic access for the impact of microfinance. Development Policy Review, 35(5), pp.645-657.
    • Azam, S. (2016). Trade and Environment: Do Spatial Effects Matter?. Journal of Applied Economics and Business Research, Vol. 6 (2), pp.161-174.
    • Azam, S. (2017). A cross-country empirical test of cognitive abilities and innovation nexus. International Journal of Educational Development, 53, pp.128-136.
    • Becker, C., Mirkasimov, B. and Steiner, S. (2017). Forced Marriage and Birth Outcomes. Demography, 54(4), pp.1401-1423.
    • Buriev, A., Dewandaru, G., Zainal, M. and Masih, M. (2018). Portfolio Diversification Benefits at Different Investment Horizons During the Arab Uprisings: Turkish Perspectives Based on MGARCH–DCC and Wavelet Approaches. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 54(14), pp.3272-3293.
    • Chakraborty, T., Mirkasimov, B. and Steiner, S. (2015). Transfer behavior in migrant sending communities. Journal of Comparative Economics, 43(3), pp.690-705.
    • Galariotis, E., Villa, C. and Yusupov, N. (2011). Recent Advances in Lending to the Poor with Asymmetric Information. Journal of Development Studies, 47(9), pp.1371-1390.
    • Haque, M., Chowdhury, M., Buriev, A., Bacha, O. and Masih, M. (2018). Who drives whom - sukuk or bond? A new evidence from granger causality and wavelet approach. Review of Financial Economics, 36(2), pp.117-132.
    • Hayat, A., Ganiev, B. and Tang, X. (2013). Expectations of future income and real exchange rate movements. Journal of Banking & Finance, 37(4), pp.1274-1285.
    • Huber, P. and Rahimov, U. (2017). The Self-Selection of Workers to the Formal and Informal in Transition Economies: Evidence from Tajikistan. Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, 2017..
    • Murtazashvili, I. and Salahodjaev, R. (2019). Trust and deforestation: A cross-country comparison. Forest Policy and Economics, [online] 101, pp.111-119. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2019.02.001 [Accessed 24 Mar. 2019].
    • Nikolaev, B. and Salahodjaev, R. (2016). The role of intelligence in the distribution of national happiness. Intelligence, 56, pp.38-45.
    • Nikolaev, B. and Salahodjaev, R. (2017). Historical Prevalence of Infectious Diseases, Cultural Values, and the Origins of Economic Institutions. Kyklos, 70(1), pp.97-128.
    • Nikolaev, B., Boudreaux, C. and Salahodjaev, R. (2017). Are individualistic societies less equal? Evidence from the parasite stress theory of values. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 138, pp.30-49.
    • Obydenkova, A. and Salahodjaev, R. (2016). Intelligence, democracy, and international environmental commitment. Environmental Research, 147, pp.82-88.
    • Obydenkova, A. and Salahodjaev, R. (2017). Climate change policies: The role of democracy and social cognitive capital. Environmental Research, 157, pp.182-189.
    • Obydenkova, A. and Salahodjaev, R. (2017). Government size, intelligence and life satisfaction. Intelligence, 61, pp.85-91.
    • Obydenkova, A., Nazarov, Z. and Salahodjaev, R. (2016). The process of deforestation in weak democracies and the role of Intelligence. Environmental Research, 148, pp.484-490.
    • Parpiev, Z., Yusupov, K. and Yusupov, N. (2012). Outlay equivalence analysis of child gender bias in household expenditure data. Economics of Transition, 20(3), pp.549-567.
    • Sagamba, M., Shchetinin, O. and Yusupov, N. (2013). Do Microloan Officers Want to Lend to the Less Advantaged? Evidence from a Choice Experiment. World Development, 42, pp.182-198.
    • Salahodjaev, R. (2015). Democracy and economic growth: The role of intelligence in cross-country regressions. Intelligence, 50, pp.228-234.
    • Salahodjaev, R. (2015). Does Intelligence Improve Environmental Sustainability? An Empirical Test. Sustainable Development, 24(1), pp.32-40.
    • Salahodjaev, R. (2015). Intelligence and finance. Personality and Individual Differences, 86, pp.282-286.
    • Salahodjaev, R. (2015). Intelligence and shadow economy: A cross-country empirical assessment. Intelligence, 49, pp.129-133.
    • Salahodjaev, R. (2016). Intelligence and deforestation: International data. Forest Policy and Economics, 63, pp.20-27.
    • Salahodjaev, R. (2018). Is there a link between cognitive abilities and environmental awareness? Cross-national evidence. Environmental Research, 166, pp.86-90.
    • Salahodjaev, R. and Azam, S. (2015). Intelligence and gender (in)equality: Empirical evidence from developing countries. Intelligence, 52, pp.97-103.
    • Salahodjaev, R. and Azam, S. (2015). IQ and the weight of nations. Personality and Individual Differences, 87, pp.105-109.
    • Salahodjaev, R. and Ibragimova, N. (2018). Height and Life Satisfaction: Evidence from Russia. Applied Research in Quality of Life.
    • Salahodjaev, R. and Jarilkapova, D. (2019). Female parliamentarism and genuine savings: A cross-country test. Sustainable Development.
    • Salahodjaev, R. and Kanazawa, S. (2017). Why Do Societies With Higher Average Cognitive Ability Have Lower Income Inequality? The Role of Redistributive Policies. Journal of Biosocial Science, 50(03), pp.347-364.
    • Suyunov, A., Mirkasimov, B. and Karimov, K. (2018). Research and Development Reform: the case of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. International Journal of Civil services Reform and Practice, pp.3(2).
    • Yuldashev, O., Mirkomilov, M. and Eshchanov, B. (2018). Testing 'Rebound Effect' in the Transportation Sector: Empirical Evidence from China, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy.

    • Yusupov, N. (2012). Microcredit and development in an occupational choice model. Economics Letters, 117(3), pp.820-823.
  • BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING

    • El-Murad, J. and Karimov, F. (2018). Does country-of-origin matter in the era of globalisation? Evidence from cross sectional data in Uzbekistan, International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management.
    • Hove, L. and Karimov, F. (2015). The role of risk in e-retailers’ adoption of payment methods: evidence for transition economies. Electronic Commerce Research, 16(1), pp.27-72.
    • Karimov, F. and Brengman, M. (2014). An examination of trust assurances adopted by top internet retailers: unveiling some critical determinants. Electronic Commerce Research, 14(4), pp.459-496.
    • Karimov, F., Brengman, M. and Van hove, L. (2011). The Effect of Website Design Dimensions on Initial Trust: A Synthesis of the Empirical Literature. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 12 (4).

  • BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEM

    • Kuznetsov, V., Yugay, O., Muslimova, D., Dami, A. and Nasridinov, A. (2016). An Assessment of University Attractiveness Using Social Media. Advanced Science Letters, 22(9), pp.2339-2347.

    • Rosenbaum, S., Billinger, S., Stieglitz, N., Djumanov, A. and Atykhanov, Y. (2012). Market economies and pro-social behavior: Experimental evidence from Central Asia. The Journal of Socio-Economics, 41(1), pp.64-71.
  • COMMERCIAL LAW

    • Kabilov F, 'Local Water Management In Tajikistan: Legal Framework' (2018) 3(2) Central Asian Journal of Water Research
    • Olsson O, K WegerichF Kabilov, 'Water Quantity And Quality In The Zerafshan River Basin: Only An Upstream Riparian Problem?' (2012) 28 International Journal of Water Resources Development
    • Platonov A and others, 'Beyond The State Order? Second Crop Production In The Ferghana Valley, Uzbekistan' (2014) 2 International Journal of Water Governance

    • Wegerich K and others, 'Meso-Level Cooperation on Transboundary Tributaries and Infrastructure in The Ferghana Valley' (2012) 28 International Journal of Water Resources Development
  • ACADEMIC ENGLISH
    • Tadjieva, N. and Tashpulatova, D. (2018). Developing critical thinking skills in AE module. The Teaching Times.

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