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Sitara Karim
Sitara Karim
Associate Professor of Finance, Sunway Business School, Sunway University, Malaysia
Verified email at sunway.edu.my
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Examining the Interrelatedness of NFTs, DeFi Tokens and Cryptocurrencies
S Karim, BM Lucey, MA Naeem, GS Uddin
Finance Research Letters, 2022
2212022
Tail dependence between bitcoin and green financial assets
MA Naeem, S Karim
Economics Letters 208, 110068, 2021
1992021
Exploring the Role of Islamic Fintech in Combating the Aftershocks of COVID-19: The Open Social Innovation of the Islamic Financial System
HURMSA Mustafa Raza Rabbani, Abu Bashar, Nishad Nawaz, Sitara Karim, Mahmood ...
Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity 7 (2), 2021
1642021
Quantifying the hedge and safe- haven properties of bond markets for cryptocurrency indices
S Karim, MA Naeem, N Mirza, J Paule-Vianes
The Journal of Risk Finance, 2022
1162022
Religion vs ethics: hedge and safe haven properties of Sukuk and green bonds for stock markets pre- and during COVID-19
MA Naeem, MR Rabbani, S Karim, SM Billah.
International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, 2021
113*2021
A tale of two tails among carbon prices, green and non-green cryptocurrencies
L Pham, S Karim, MA Naeem, C Long
International Review of Financial Analysis 82, 2022
982022
Do global factors drive the interconnectedness among green, Islamic and conventional financial markets?
S Karim, MA Naeem
International Journal of Managerial Finance, 2022
932022
Oil shocks and BRIC markets: Evidence from extreme quantile approach
MA Naeem, L Pham, A Senthilkumar, S Karim
Energy Economics 108, 105932, 2022
822022
Return and volatility spillovers between energy and BRIC markets: Evidence from quantile connectedness
M Billah, S Karim, MA Naeem, SA Vigne
Research in International Business and Finance 62, 101680, 2022
812022
Co-movement between dirty and clean energy: A time-frequency perspective
S Farid, S Karim, MA Naeem, R Nepal, T Jamasb
Energy Economics 119, 106565, 2023
742023
Greening the globe: Uncovering the impact of environmental policy, renewable energy, and innovation on ecological footprint
M Appiah, M Li, MA Naeem, S Karim
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 192, 122561, 2023
722023
Small fish in big ponds: Connections of green finance assets to commodity and sectoral stock markets
MA Naeem, S Karim, GS Uddin, J Junttila
International Review of Financial Analysis 83, 102283, 2022
722022
Is FinTech providing effective solutions to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in ASEAN countries?
S Karim, F Naz, MA Naeem, SA Vigne
Economic Analysis and Policy, 2022
702022
Modelling the role of institutional quality on carbon emissions in Sub-Saharan African countries
S Karim, M Appiah, MA Naeem, BM Lucey, M Li
Renewable Energy 198, 213-221, 2022
692022
Assessing the governance mechanisms, corporate social responsibility and performance: the moderating effect of board independence
S Karim, NA Manab, RB Ismail
Global Business Review 24 (3), 550-562, 2023
672023
Sustainable banking regulations pre and during coronavirus outbreak: the moderating role of financial stability
S Karim, MU Akhtar, R Tashfeen, MR Rabbani, AA Abdul Rahman, ...
Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja 35 (1), 3360-3377, 2022
632022
Determining dependence, centrality, and dynamic networks between green bonds and financial markets
S Karim, MA Naeem, M Hu, D Zhang, F Taghizadeh–Hesary
Journal of Environmental Management 318, 115618, 2022
632022
The dynamic impact of board composition on CSR practices and their mutual effect on organizational returns
S Karim, NA Manab, RB Ismail
Journal of Asia Business Studies 14 (4), 463-479, 2020
632020
Interdependence of clean energy and green markets with cryptocurrencies
N Arfaoui, MA Naeem, S Boubaker, N Mirza, S Karim
Energy Economics 120, 106584, 2023
562023
Nexus between oil shocks and agriculture commodities: Evidence from time and frequency domain
MA Naeem, S Karim, M Hasan, BM Lucey, SH Kang
Energy Economics 112, 106148, 2022
562022
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