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Student nameThesis Title
Bowen FuHouse price and consumption
Dili Raj UpertyStock markets and economic growth: An assessment of the role of primary market
Hany SalibThe impact of size and academic ranking on the level of social and environmental reporting within universities: An Australian context.
John EdwardsDo you know or can you predict successful B2B sales performers? An exploratory study from Australia
John ParkerA Theoretical Framework for Strategic Communications Planning
Larry CarletonThe effect of rail infrastructure on residential property prices in Sydney: the context of value capture potential.
Lijun QinEntrepreneurial Learning and Critical Reflective Practice: Do Entrepreneurs Learn Through Reflection?
Mahak SambyalExploring the distributional aspects of happiness across eight European Countries
Matthias OldhamIs Giving Behaviour Consistent? An Experimental Analysis
Przemyslaw ChapkoAnalysing the effects of subsidies in Eastern Europe within the Agricultural Sector
Qin ZhangModeling Chinese economy
Shamim TashakorThe Influence of Audit Committee Characteristics on Voluntary Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure: Australian Evidence
Shangnian JiangTesting asymmetries in the preferences of the Reserve Bank of Australia
Shaun NgohSustainable Statements: An Investigation of Organisational Green Statements
Sumi JangThe Relation between Voluntary CSR Disclosure and Market Liquidity: Australian Evidence
Tian Yuan FengCreating Integrated Thinking through Integrated Reporting - An Exploratory Study Within an Australian Context
Wei YaoConsumers' Wine Selection and the Influence of Confucianism
Yanming CaoA comparison study of neutral perspective v.s. presumptive-doubt perspective of audit professional skepticism in fraud risk setting
Yi ZhangEconomic Determinants of Asymmetric Timeliness in Real Activities
Yimeng YuOperating Cash Flows Asymmetric Timeliness in Australia
Zhuoan FengAudit Committee Characteristics and Financial Reporting Comparability