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  • Rauyruen, Papassapa; Groth, Markus; Miller, Ken (Emerald Group Publishing, 2009)
    Purpose ? A significant way of achieving high profitability is to retain existing customers who contribute to the service provider's revenue by continuously purchasing and paying more for products and services and building ...
  • Bedford, David; Brown, David; Malmi, Teemu; Sivabalan, Prabhu (Institute of Certified Management Accountants, 2008)
    consideration to the use of performance measurement systems, notably the Balanced Scorecard (BSC). However, there has been limited empirical investigation into the particular benefits that result from the use of the BSC ...
  • Klettner, Alice; Clarke, Thomas; Adams, Michael (Chartered Secretaries Australia, 2007)
    Over the last five years, corporate governance has proved an insistent issue in the boardrooms of Australia. In March 2003, the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) Corporate Governance Council launched its Principles of Good ...
  • Brown, David; Granlund, Markus; Sundin, Heidi (Routledge, 2010)
    This paper investigates how multiple and competing objectives are managed within an organisation, and the role that the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) plays in balancing organisational objectives. The issue of achieving multiple ...
  • Forte, Gianfranco; Iannotta, Giuliano; Navone, Marco (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
    The authors wish to thank Giacomo Nocera, Henri Servaes, and Angelo Russo and three anonymous referees for helpful comments and suggestions on earlier versions of this paper. The authors are grateful to the Centre for ...
  • Nielsen, J. F; Jones, R.; Trayler, R. M (International Water Association, 2005)
    This paper examines the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's (ACCC) approach to market definition in light of bank mergers within the country of Australia. It Considers whether or nor the ACCC's approach ...
  • Henckel, T; Menzies, Gordon; Prokhovnik, Nick; Zizzo, Daniel (Elsevier Inc, 2011)
    We incorporate inferential expectations into the Barro?Gordon model (Barro and Gordon, 1983a) of time inconsistency and consider reputational equilibria. The range of sustainable equilibria shrinks as the private sector ...
  • Bjorkeng, Kjersti; Clegg, Stewart; Pitsis, Tyrone (Sage Publications, 2009)
    This article presents findings from longitudinal ethnographic research of a mega-project alliance. For five years we followed the leadership team of a large Australian Alliance Program made up of a large public and several ...
  • Bj??Rkeng, Kjersti; Clegg, Stewart (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
    Purpose ? The purpose of this paper is to explore organizational induction as socially situated learning processes. It presents an empirical study of inductees going through an induction program in a medium sized bank ...
  • Fox, Stephen; Swan, Elaine (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2009)
    Much of the debate on flexibility has remained at a stubbornly macro, demographic level without looking closely at individual attempts to become more flexible. This paper argues that the debate on flexibility has been ...
  • Fox Stephen; Swan Elaine (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2009)
    Much of the debate on flexibility has remained at a stubbornly macro, demographic level without looking closely at individual attempts to become more flexible. This paper argues that the debate on flexibility has been ...
  • Adamowicz, Vic; Bunch, David; Cameron, Trudy; Dellaert, Benedict; Hanemann, W; Keane, Michael; Louviere, Jordan; Meyer, Robert; Steenburgh, Thomas; Swait Jr, Joffre (Springer, 2008)
    We review the discussion at a workshop whose goal was to achieve a better integration among behavioral, economic, and statistical approaches to choice modeling. The workshop explored how current approaches to the specification, ...
  • Perry, Leonard (International Employment Relations Association, 2005)
    What is behind the unprecedented decline in industrial disputes in Australia, as well as elsewhere? It is the argument of this paper that in addition to economic drivers, such as declining inflation and declining trade ...
  • Toohey, K.; Taylor, T. L (Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2002)
    The recreation needs of minority groups are often subjugated or marginalized when facilities and/or programs are designed to cater for exigencies of the general population. This situation is further exacerbated when these ...
  • Platen, Eckhard; Runggaldier, Wolfgang (Springer, 2005)
    The paper propsoed the use of the growth optimal portfolio for pricing and hedging in imcomplete markets when there are unobserved factors that have to be filtered. The proposed filtering framework is applicable also in ...
  • Platen, Eckhard; Runggaldier, Wolfgang (Springer, 2007)
    This paper proposes a filtering methodology for portfolio optimization when some factors of the underlying model are only partially observed. The level of information is given by the observed quantities that are here ...
  • Fong, Kingsley; Gallagher, David; Lee, Adrian (Wiley, 2008)
    This research was funded through an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant (LP0561160) involving Vanguard Investments Australia and Securities Industry Research Centre of Asia-Pacific. We are grateful for the helpful ...
  • Hayllar, Bruce; Crilley, Gary; Bell, Barry; Archer, David (College of Tourism and Hotel Management, 2006)
  • Huang, Kai-Ping; Wang, Karen (The International Association of Organizational Innovation, 2008)
    This paper reviews concepts of social capital, resource-based view and resource dependence theory with the view of focusing on their most basic meaning as a basis for determining the benefits and risks of social capital. ...
  • Clegg, Stewart (Emerald, 2008)
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide a critique of Bent Flyybjerg's work that has high relevance to the project management (PM) literature. Design/methodology/approach ? The paper takes the form of a narrative ...