Fundamental Investment Research – Do Us Results Apply To Australian Investors?, 2010 Bond University
Fundamental Investment Research – Do Us Results Apply To Australian Investors?, Bruce Vanstone, Tobias Hahn, Gavin Finnie
For many investors, the financial crisis of 2008 and 2009 has sparked renewed interest in value-based investment approaches. There is much published research supporting the use of fundamental analysis for value-based investment, and much of this research comes from the US. In previous articles, we have shown that US based fundamental investment research does not translate well to the Australian market. In this paper, we show how to test a well documented US fundamental investment strategy and find that it also does not transfer well to our Australian market.
La Riqueza No Es Fija, 2010 SelectedWorks
La Riqueza No Es Fija, Guillermo Arosemena
No abstract provided.
Responding To Stakeholders’ Critical Needs- The Integrative Model Of Stakeholders’ Management (Imsm), 2010 Nevada State College
Responding To Stakeholders’ Critical Needs- The Integrative Model Of Stakeholders’ Management (Imsm), Grace S. Thomson
Dr. Grace S. Thomson
Organizations are increasingly required to enhance their accountability to diverse internal and external stakeholders (Burrows, 1999). Knowing and understanding stakeholders’ expectations increases the ability of an organization to effectively respond to those expectations. Stakeholder relationship management is critical for corporate sustainability (Perrini & Tencati, 2006) or “capacity of a firm to continue operating over a long period of time” (p. 296). Organizations may benefit from developing collaborative interactions with their stakeholders, integrating their values and views into the formulation and implementation of organizational goals and objectives (Merrick, Parnell, Barnett & Garcia, 2005; Susniene & Vanagas, 2006).
This document contains a proposal of an Integrative Model of Stakeholders’ Needs Management (IMSM) that addresses the following components: (1) identification of organization’ stakeholders, (2) analysis of stakeholders’ needs, stakes and influence, (3) assessment and prioritization of stakeholders’ needs, (4) dialogical or consensus-building process, (5) Integration of stakeholders’ needs to organizational strategy, (6) integrated information and reporting system, and (7) continual organizational learning and growth. The conceptual framework underlying the discussion in this document was extracted from both seminal work (Argyris & Schon, 1978; Freeman, 1984; Burrows, 1999; Mitroff, 1983) and contemporary studies on stakeholders’ needs management (Friedman and Miles, 2002; Kaplan & Norton, 2001; Perrini & Tencati, 2006; Susniene & Vanagas, 2006).
Does Climate Change Justify Compulsory Licensing Of Green Technology?, 2010 Brigham Young University Law School
Does Climate Change Justify Compulsory Licensing Of Green Technology?, Robert Fair
Brigham Young University International Law & Management Review
No abstract provided.
Toxic Assets: Untangling The Web, 2010 Brigham Young University Law School
Toxic Assets: Untangling The Web, Margarita S. Brose, Bill Niclos
Brigham Young University International Law & Management Review
No abstract provided.
Ua36i/29 Gary Ransdell - Fed. Reserve Board - Board Report On The Case For Frs Role In Bank Supervision, 2010 Western Kentucky University
Ua36i/29 Gary Ransdell - Fed. Reserve Board - Board Report On The Case For Frs Role In Bank Supervision, St. Louis Federal Reserve Board
Faculty/Staff Personal Papers
Email sent to members of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Board regarding a report submitted to Congress by Ben Bernanke and a speech by Paul Volcker delivered to the Economic Club of New York.
Minyak Blcak Mamba Asli Di Medan 082313333253 Agen Jual Minyak Black Mamba Di Medan, 2010 University of South Carolina - Beaufort
Minyak Blcak Mamba Asli Di Medan 082313333253 Agen Jual Minyak Black Mamba Di Medan, Aje Shop
Alamat Toko Jual Minyak Black Mamba Asli Original
Human Resource Practices As Predictors Of Work-Family Outcomes And Employee Turnover, 2010 Cornell University
Human Resource Practices As Predictors Of Work-Family Outcomes And Employee Turnover, Rosemary Batt, P. Monique Valcour
Drawing on a non-random sample of 557 dual- earner white collar employees, this paper explores the relationship between human resource practices and three outcomes of interest to firms and employees: work-family conflict, employees’ control over managing work and family demands, and employees’ turnover intentions. We analyze three types of human resource practices: work-family policies, HR incentives designed to induce attachment to the firm, and the design of work. In a series of hierarchical regression equations, we find that work design characteristics explain the most variance in employees’ control over managing work and family demands, while HR incentives explain the most ...
The Value Of Destination Loyalty: Myth Or Reality?, 2010 University of Central Florida
The Value Of Destination Loyalty: Myth Or Reality?, Robertico R. Croes, Amir Shani, Andrew Walls
Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works
Given the growing appeal of the concept of destination loyalty in tourism marketing, it is highly important to investigate the travel expenditures of loyal vs. non- or less loyal visitors. Adopting the behavioral approach to loyalty, this study examines the spending patterns of visitors to Kissimmee-St. Cloud, while comparing between the different loyalty segments: no previous visit, one previous visit, and multiple visits. The analysis is based on an intercept survey conducted by the Kissimmee-St. Cloud Convention and Visitors Bureau∗ (KSCVB, 2006), which yielded a sample of 4,301 visitors. In contrast to the prevalent concept, the results show that ...
Interview No. 1504, 2010 University of Texas at El Paso
Interview No. 1504, John Romero
Paso del Norte Entrepreneurship Oral History Project
John Romero got his start in his father’s tax preparation office when he was in the 7th grade. By the age of 14, John and his other siblings would assist their father with tax return preparation. After graduating from Cathedral High School, John worked at a Safeway grocery store, working his way up to different positions within the store. During this time, John and his siblings continued to help their father at his tax business during tax season from January until April. John would work at Safeway, then work at the commissary part time and attend The University of ...
Small Island Tourism Competitiveness: Expanding Your Destination's Slice Of Paradise, 2010 University of Central Florida
Small Island Tourism Competitiveness: Expanding Your Destination's Slice Of Paradise, Robertico R. Croes
Dick Pope Sr. Institute Publications
The lecture consists of two sections. The first section discusses the theoretical underpinnings of the competitiveness theory as it applies to the tourism development debate. The second section focuses on the empirical testing of four propositions derived from the tourism competitiveness literature Proposition 1: small island destinations engage in fierce competition. Proposition 2: simplicity rather than richness is a more useful benchmarking criterion for small island destinations. Proposition 3: non-price competition is the most significant driver of destination competitiveness. And, proposition 4: tourism competitiveness increases the quality of life for the destinations' citizens.
Split Estate, 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Split Estate, Thomas A. Ipri
Library Faculty Publications
The concept of a split estate refers to the fact that owners of a property do not necessarily own the minerals and resources that reside under the property.
Debra Anderson’s Split Estate highlights the more damning aspects of this oddity by documenting how oil and gas companies are setting up shop on home
owner’s land. In some instances, oil rigs are constructing within 100 feet of people’s homes.
Assessing Solvency For Financially Distressed Companies, 2010 Bond University
Assessing Solvency For Financially Distressed Companies, James Routledge, Ray Mcnamara
This article reviews past and recent authorities that have addressed the definition and application of the solvency test in s 95A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). The discussion highlights that, when faced with financial distress, company directors need to carefully consider the solvency implications of their decisions. To generate cash to pay debts as they become due, directors may attempt to realise company assets, obtain additional secured or unsecured debt finance or reorganise the timing of payments with creditors. The discussion of relevant cases shows that the solvency implications associated with realisation of assets, use of assets as security ...
Casino Customers In Asian Versus Western Gaming Jurisdictions: Implications For Western Casino Operators, Sudhir H. Kale, Mark Spence
Purpose – Most of the growth in casino expansion for the foreseeable future will take place in Asia. Western casino operators appreciate the immense opportunities afforded by the Asian markets, but judging by their performance abroad some have not adapted in ways necessary to survive and prosper. The purpose of this paper is to expose key differences between Asian and Western gaming jurisdictions. In light of these differences, it is a serious mistake for Western casino executives to follow an ethnocentric approach when planning marketing activities and customer service initiatives for Asian customers. To rectify this situation, a framework is advanced ...
A Study Of Project Categorisation Based On Project Management Complexity, 2010 Bond University
A Study Of Project Categorisation Based On Project Management Complexity, Alicia Aitken, Lynn Crawford
This study explores the use of project complexity categorisation as a means of understanding and applying the competencies required to manage projects across a portfolio of project types including projects of an innovative nature. The data for this study includes one hundred and twenty project descriptions and ratings of complexity by project managers of their current (or most recent) project according to project management complexity factors developed to support global project management competency standards. The data was collected as part of a global study into project management competence, complexity and behaviours conducted over the course of 2005 and 2006. This ...
Why Seo Is So Important, 2010 Strayer University - Washington Campus
Why Seo Is So Important, Neeraj Mukhi
SEO, WEBSITE, EYEBALLS, SEARCH ENGINE
Jual Obat Penggugur Kandungan Di Sidikalang 082328881996 Obat Aborsi Sidikalang, 2010 University of South Carolina - Beaufort
Jual Obat Penggugur Kandungan Di Sidikalang 082328881996 Obat Aborsi Sidikalang, Dr Fitri
Happy At Work: How The Science Of Positive Psychology Will Revolutionize The Workplace, 2010 University of Pennsylvania
Happy At Work: How The Science Of Positive Psychology Will Revolutionize The Workplace, Daniel S. Bowling Iii
Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) Capstone Projects
This capstone is a draft of a proposed book on positive psychology in the workplace, aimed at a popular audience. It contains a detailed table of contents and reference sources, as well as several complete or partially- complete chapters. It also includes an extended section on lawyers that will form the basis of a separate academic article. The book’s working title is Happy at Work: How the Science of Positive Psychology will Revolutionize the Workplace. Its thesis is that most modern human resources practices are misguided with an overreliance on process and metrics. Humans are treated as capital, and ...
Walking Box Ranch Planning And Design Quarterly Progress Report: Period Ending January 10, 2010, 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Walking Box Ranch Planning And Design Quarterly Progress Report: Period Ending January 10, 2010, Margaret N. Rees
Walking Box Ranch
- To advance educational and research goals at the ranch UNLV will fund the purchase and installation of a weather station at the ranch, and preliminary research using this equipment. PI Dr. Suresh Sardineni, Mechanical Engineering, will assess the renewable energy resources at the ranch and find methods to integrate them into existing and proposed new buildings at the site. The planned facilities will monitor beam and global solar radiation, wind speed and direction, temperature, and realative humidity. UNLV will provide funding to support two graduate students and partial salary for Dr. Sardineni.
- Bill Wood, UNLV Real Estate Management, is working ...
Athletes In Confessional Mode, 2010 University of Central Florida
Athletes In Confessional Mode, Richard C. Crepeau
On Sport and Society
What is it about the media, and by implication, the public, that we seem to require a public confessional from our fallen heroes and icons? As I watched some of the Mark McGwire interview with Bob Costas I wondered if it had started with McGwire looking at the floor and saying, "Forgive me Bobby, for I have sinned." I trust it did not, even though it might have added to the ambiance.