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  • Richardson, Grant; Lanis, Roman (IBFD, 1996)
    Over the past few years, there has been a pronounced acceleration in the trend towards economic integration in different regions of the world. The completion of the single European Market, the introduction of the United ...
  • Lai, Cheng; Lu, Meiting; Shan, Yaowen (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia, 2013)
    This study examines whether Australian financial reporting became more conservative over the period of 1993?2009. Unlike the United States and European evidence in Givoly and Hayn (2000) and Grambovas et al. (2006), the ...
  • Perrott, Bruce (Braybrooke Press Ltd., 2011)
    This paper is intended to stimulate discussion on the issue of health service delivery. It will examine some of the underlying characteristics of services and review them from a health service perspective. It will then ...
  • Fan, E; Zhao, Lucy (Elsevier Science Bv, 2009)
    This paper explores the role of unobserved individual characteristics in the health-assets and health-portfolio correlations. We apply various econometrics models to a unique longitudinal dataset with rich information that ...
  • Carpenter, Andrew; Wang, Jianxin (Elsevier Inc, 2007)
    This study shows that the information content of FX transactions depends on the identity of market participants. Using spot FX transactions of a major Australian bank, we find that central banks have the greatest price ...
  • Griffiths, Andrew; Dunphy, Dexter (Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, 2002)
    This paper traces the emergence of a social movement that has attempted to transform the fundamental character of organizations in Australia. Unlike many other such social movements, this worldwide social movement has been ...
  • Sarstedt, Marko; Ringle, Christian (Verlag C.H. Beck oHG, 2008)
    Applications of the partial least squares (PLS) path modeling technique are usually based on the assumption that the analyzed data stem from a single population. However, in many real-world applications, this assumption ...
  • Chiarella, Carl; He, Xuezhong; Zheng, Min (Routledge, 2013)
    This article presents a continuous-time model of exchange rates not only relying on macroeconomic factors but also having an investor heterogeneity component. The driving macroeconomic factor is the domestici??foreign ...
  • Varsei, Mohsen; Shams, Naser; Fahimnia, Behnam; Yazdanpanah, Abbas (Asian Academy of Management & Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2013)
    ndex tracking, the most popular form of passive fund management, is a portfolio selection problem in which the return of one of the stock market indexes is reproduced by creating a tracking portfolio consisting of a subset ...
  • Spanjaard, Daniela; Freeman, Lynne (Tayler and Francis Group, 2012)
    In this paper, we demonstrate the complexity of consumer decision-making within the supermarket and use videographic techniques to gain greater insight into this. We propose that grocery shopping, often perceived as a ...
  • Hayllar, Bruce; Griffin, Tony (Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, 2007)
    Over the last few decades, urban waterfronts worldwide have become places of significant change. Many have essentially lost their working port functions and have been redeveloped for other purposes, often incorporating ...
  • Fletcher, R. (Elsevier Science, 2007)
  • Wang, Jianxin; Yang, Minxian (Elsevier, 2011)
    This paper presents two methods to measure market-specific contributions to price discovery in non-overlapping sequential markets: one is a non-parametric approach using high-frequency data and the other is a structural ...
  • Li, P. C (UTS , Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, 2003)
    In the period since the influential studies by Case and Shiller (1989, 1990), it has been established that housing markets are characterised by information diffusion patterns determined by informational inefficiencies. ...
  • Wang, Karen; Casimir, Gian (Blackwell Publishing, 2007)
    It has been argued that a key factor in the development of competitive advantage is the provision of an environment that encourages employees to be creative. Leaders play a crucial role in cultivating an environment that ...
  • Bairstow, Nigel; Young, Louise (Elsevier Science Inc, 2012)
    This paper addresses the nature and drivers of channel evolution. The evolution of the Australian IT industry is investigated using historical methods. Identification of channel issues and descriptions of its evolution are ...
  • Yeung, Danny; Professor Ronald Geoffrey Bird, Ronald (Elsevier Inc, 2012)
    It has long been accepted that risk plays an important role in determining valuation where risk reflects that investors are unsure of future returns but are able to express their prior expectations by a probability ...
  • Soliman, Fawzy (Taiwan Institute of Business Administration, 2012)
    Knowledge management has been widely recognised as an essential tool in managing organisations. Good knowledge management programs or tools impact positively on the performance of the organisation and therefore, the goodness ...
  • Huang, Kai-Ping; Wang, Karen (Science Publications, 2011)
    Abstract: Problem statement: The study aims to offer a discussion on social capital and guanxi, in order to illustrate the similarities and differences between these two concepts and how Chinese guanxi varies from Western ...
  • Fischer, Marc; V??Lckner, Franziska; Sattler, Henrik (American Marketing Association, 2010)
    This article focuses on the measurement of the overall importance of brands for consumer decision making?that is, brand relevance in category, or BRiC?across multiple categories and countries. Although brand equity ...