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  • Toohey, Kristine; Taylor, Tracy; Lee, Choong-Ki (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2003)
  • Mittnik, Stefan; Nell, Edward; Platen, Eckhard; Semmler, Willi; Chappe, Raphaele (Middle East Technical University, 2009)
    The financial crisis, triggered by the subprime and real estate crisis in the US, has become global It is deeply rooted in a decade-long misuse of the financial market for rent-seeking. The financial industry has largely ...
  • Bauer, Tim; Dehning, Bruce; Stratopoulos, Theophanis (American Accounting Association, 2012)
    This study examines the cross-sectional financial performance among firms from the global information and communication technology (ICT) sector over the period 1998?2007. Using a pooled linear regression, the results show ...
  • Gibson, Ryan; Michayluk, Dave; Van De Venter, Gerhard (Academy of Financial Services, 2013)
    Using data from a survey alliance between Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, PBS's Nightly Business Report, and FinaMetrica, this study explores various demographical and attitudinal factors related to financial risk ...
  • Devinney, Timothy; Dowling, Grahame; Perm-Ajchariyawong, Nidthida (Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2008)
    We suggest that the annual rankings of business schools have acquired a legitimacy that unduly defines the organizational field in a manner that makes it difficult and risky for most schools to manage to this measure of ...
  • Chiarella, Carl; Kwon, Oh Kang (Kluwer Academic Publisher, 2003)
  • Veal, Tony (Routledge, 2012)
    Open space is often neglected in academic discussion of leisure policy, yet local authorities in England are responsible for 94,000 ha of formal parks, 4400 ha of equipped playgrounds and 285,000 ha of other public open ...
  • Schlenker, Katie; Edwards, Deborah; Sheridan, Lynnaire (The University of Queensland, 2005)
    The increasing popularity of festivals and events, coupled with their positive and negative impacts on host communities, has led to a growing body of research on the impacts of festivals and events. As a substantial amount ...
  • Fong, Kingsley; Gallagher, David; Gardner, Peter; Swan, Peter (Blackwell Publishing, 2011)
    When fund managers trade sequentially in the same direction, the information confirmation hypothesis predicts the long-term profitability of the leader trade to be increasing in the number of subsequent trades. The information ...
  • Carrillat, Francois; D'Astous, Alain; Lazure, Josiane (World Advertising Research Center, 2013)
    This experimental study examined what is the optimal decision for a company whose brand is endorsed by a celebrity immersed in a scandal (revoking versus continuing the endorsement) as a function of brand/endorser fit ...
  • Abidin, Sazali; Bird, Ronald; Yeung, Danny (Financial Services Institute of Australasia, 2013)
    Over any 12-month period, there is an enormous difference between the returns realised from investing in the best- and worst-performing stocks. We investigate the characteristics of these stocks and find that they share ...
  • Li, Donghui; Moshirian, Fariborz; Wee, Timothy; Wu, Eliza (Elsevier, 2009)
    We study the foreign exchange exposure of U.S. insurers. The evidence shows that no systematic difference exists in the currency risk profiles of life and non-life segments within the insurance industry. This suggests that ...
  • Rhee, S; Wang, Jianxin (Elsevier Inc, 2009)
    From January 2002 to August 2007, foreign institutions held almost 70% of the free-float value of the Indonesian equity market, or 41% of the total market capitalization. Over the same period, liquidity on the Jakarta Stock ...
  • Wang, Jianxin (Springer, 2007)
    This note explores how foreign ownership and participation affect the volatility dynamics of individual stocks in Indonesia. After controlling for size and turnover, we show that stocks with high foreign holdings have ...
  • Bugeja, Martin (Australian Graduate School of Management, 2011)
    This study examines if Australian target firm abnormal returns and characteristics differ between Australian and foreign bidders. The results indicate that takeovers from foreign bidders are associated with higher target ...
  • Street, Leslie (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2013)
    In 1977, the National Soccer League (NSL) became Australia's first national sporting club competition. However, throughout its lifespan until its eventual demise in 2004, it was plagued with turmoil. One major issue faced ...
  • Coltman, Tim; Devinney, Timothy; Midgley, David; Venaik, Sunil (Elsevier Inc, 2008)
    This paper presents a framework that helps researchers to design and validate both formative and reflective measurement models. The framework draws from the existing literature and includes both theoretical and empirical ...
  • Carrillat, Francois; Harris, Eric; Lafferty, Barbara (Routledge, 2010)
    This study investigates the phenomenon of fortuitous brand image transfer, or image transfer that occurs by chance, between two brands sponsoring the same event concurrently (i.e., concurrent sponsorships). Two experiments ...
  • Clegg, Stewart (Routledge, 2009)
    I shall argue that the foundations of organization power were laid down in practice through theories of power - in the sense that they sought to explain power - but through quite pragmatic practices that were not necessarily ...
  • Wearing, Stephen; Buchmann, A; Jobberns, C (Emerald EarlyCite, 2011)
    Purpose ? The purpose of this paper is to explore contemporary issues in film tourism with reference to the growth in related tourism fields. Design/methodology/approach ? The paper examines the relationship between ...