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The effects of Covid-19 related response policies on the performances of technology-driven financial services companies

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This study examines the causal connections between COVID-19-related restrictions, economic support measures, and the performance of fintech enterprises with combined Granger causality and Fractional Frequency Flexible Fourier-form Toda-Yamamoto (FFFFTY) causality tests. We find the evidence of unidirectional permanent causality running from Covid-19 related government response stringency and economic supports to the performance of the technology-driven financial services (TDFSC) in most of the countries in the sample, where traditional tests fail. Our findings indicate that these companies seem to be the primary beneficiaries of Covid-19related policies (restrictions and economic support) implemented by governments to mitigate the negative impacts of the pandemic.
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Covid-19 related response polices, Financial services companies, Fourier ADF unit root test, Fractional frequency flexible fourier form, Toda -Yamamoto causality test

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Özer, Mustafa, et al. “The Effects of Covid-19 Related Response Policies on the Performances of Technology-Driven Financial Services Companies.” FINANCE RESEARCH LETTERS, vol. 58, no. Part D, 2023, doi:10.1016/j.frl.2023.104644.
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Özer, M., Vukovic, D. B., Frömmel, M., & Kamisli, S. (2023). The effects of Covid-19 related response policies on the performances of technology-driven financial services companies. FINANCE RESEARCH LETTERS, 58(Part D). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.frl.2023.104644
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Özer, Mustafa, Darko B. Vukovic, Michael Frömmel, and Serap Kamisli. 2023. “The Effects of Covid-19 Related Response Policies on the Performances of Technology-Driven Financial Services Companies.” FINANCE RESEARCH LETTERS 58 (Part D). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.frl.2023.104644.
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Özer, Mustafa, Darko B. Vukovic, Michael Frömmel, and Serap Kamisli. 2023. “The Effects of Covid-19 Related Response Policies on the Performances of Technology-Driven Financial Services Companies.” FINANCE RESEARCH LETTERS 58 (Part D). doi:10.1016/j.frl.2023.104644.
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Özer M, Vukovic DB, Frömmel M, Kamisli S. The effects of Covid-19 related response policies on the performances of technology-driven financial services companies. FINANCE RESEARCH LETTERS. 2023;58(Part D).
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M. Özer, D. B. Vukovic, M. Frömmel, and S. Kamisli, “The effects of Covid-19 related response policies on the performances of technology-driven financial services companies,” FINANCE RESEARCH LETTERS, vol. 58, no. Part D, 2023.
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