New issue of the Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions journal

The editorial team is happy to release the first issue of the journal Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions in 2024. The papers presented in this issue examine a variety of topics ranging from the impact of regulatory changes to the dynamics of risk governance, corporate innovation, and the response of scholars to unprecedented challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

In particular, the published studies investigate such topics as risk governance, risk management, bank risk, capital ratio, capital mobilization, OECD banks, central banks, disclosure, financial technology, peer-to-peer lending, bank lending, corporate governance, ownership concentration, artificial intelligence, innovation, sustainable growth, sustainability reports, operational efficiency, financial safety, financial capability, fiscal stimulus, fiscal policy, taxpayers, public finance, public debt, economic growth, debt management, cash holdings, interest rate swap, treasury liquidity, COVID-19, etc.

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Eric McAlley explores how the determinants of interest rate swap spreads have changed since the implementation of Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010.

Muddassar Malik investigates the impact of risk governance on bank risk within the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development public commercial banks.

Raef Gouiaa and Run Huang examine the relationships among corporate governance attributes, artificial intelligence, and corporate innovation.

Tien Cao Minh, Mo Nguyen Thi, Linh Vu Thuy, Hue Hoang Van, Hung Pham Huy, Anh Thi Lan Tran, Nhung Le Thi, and Hai Tran Van aim to clarify whether or not financial capacity has an impact on the sustainable development of securities companies.

Ira Meiyenti, Rully Novie Wurarah, Astika Ummy Athahirah, Iwan Harsono, Elvira Mulya Nalien, Ika Agustina, and Teresa Irmina Nangameka approach to identify trends in fiscal stimulus that can be useful as a decision-making support tool in setting future research priorities.

Dario Aversa analyzes the sustainability reports disclosures of the banks listed on the FTSE Italia All-Share Italian Stock Exchange for the year 2021–2020.

Suzan Abed and Debra Robinson-Foster aim to assess the satisfaction level of Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) taxpayers at the University of the District of Columbia site.

Cornelius Rante Langi, Sugeng Raharjo, Swadia Gandhi Mahardika, Adi Tri Pramono, Rizky Yudaruddin, and Yanzil Azizil Yudaruddin estimate the dual impact of peer-to-peer (P2P) FinTech lending and the COVID-19 pandemic on bank lending in Indonesia.

Wei Siying aims to determine the economic impact that government debts have on different countries, the countries used in the paper are Brazil, Malaysia, South Africa, Thailand, and Turkey.

Irwansyah, Muhammad Iqbal Pribadi, Ahmad Roy, Dharma Yanti, Yanzil Azizil Yudaruddin, and Rizky Yudaruddin focus on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cash holdings in consumer goods companies across the initial three years of the pandemic.

We are grateful to all the scholars who have contributed to this issue, and we hope that you find this issue of the journal useful, informative and interesting!