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Vol 5, No 1 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Value Added Tax and Consumer Spending: A Graphical Descriptive Analysis|
|Alexander M. G. Gelardi||1-20|
|Measuring the Success of Information Systems (IS) from Users’ Point of View Using Goodhue Index|
|Parviz Saeidi, Azin Malek Marzban||21-29|
|An Investigation of Auditors’ Responsibility for Fraud Detection in Taiwan|
|Chih-Shun Hsu, Fan-Hua Kung, Kieran James||30-47|
|Comparing Logit, Probit and Multiple Discriminant Analysis Models in Predicting Bankruptcy of Companies|
|Maryam Khalili Araghi, Sara Makvandi||48-59|
|Impact of Intellectual Capital on Performance in Audit Institutes|
|Hossein Gazor, Farhad Kohkan, Amene Kiarazm, Hashem Rastegari||60-72|
|The Ex-Dividend-Day Price Behaviour of Blue-Chip Stocks: International Evidence|
|Anders Isaksson, Md Mohibul Islam||73-88|
|The Value Relevance of Audit report, Auditor Type and Auditor Tenure: Evidence from Iran|
|Bahman Banimahd, Zahra Poorzamani, Saeid Ali Ahmadi||89-103|
|The Effect of Deposit Insurance on Risk Taking in Asian Banks|
|Enerelt Enkhbold, Batnairamdal Otgonshar||104-126|
|Beta of Viet Nam Listed Computer and Electrical Company Groups during and after the Financial Crisis 2007-2011|
|Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy||127-139|
|Gender Difference in Profit Performance—Evidence from the Owners of Small Public Accounting Practices in Taiwan|
|Chih-shun Hsu, Lopin Kuo, Bao-Guang Chang||140-159|
|Corporate Governance – Performance Relationship in Microfinance Institutions (MFIs)|
|Sujani Sudhara Thrikawala, Stuart Locke, Krishna Reddy||160-182|
|Theoretical Framework for Corporate Disclosure Research|
|Evidence to Support Multifactor Asset Pricing Models: The Case of The Istanbul Stock Exchange|
|The Relevance of the Application of the Neural Approaches in the Premature Detection of the Banking Difficulties: Case of Tunisia|
|Niazi KAMMOUN, Chanez CHARFI||209-232|
|Information Content of CSI 300 Index Futures during Extended Trading Hours: Evidence from China|
|Yugang Chen, Karen Jingrong Lin||233-250|
|Managing Financing Risks in Financial Institutions|
|Azahari Jamaludin, Fais Ahmad||251-258|
|Evaluate the Profitability in Commercial Bank - Comparative Study of Indian and Jordanian Banks|
|Ali Mahmoud Alrabei||259-273|
|Determine the Effects of Fundamental Variables and Mass Behaviors in Changes of Stock Price (Evidence from Iran Stock Exchange)|
|Mahmoud Samadi Largani, Mohsen Zamani, Mohsen Imeni, Meysam Kaviani||274-288|
|Futures Trading and Its Impact on Volatility of Indian Stock Market|
|Namita Rajput, Ruhi Kakkar, Geetanjali Batra||289-305|
|Analysis of Financial Stability of Indian Non Life Insurance Companies|
|Bashir Ahmad Joo||306-319|
|Capital Structure Choice of Bangladeshi Firms: An Empirical Investigation|
|The Impact of Internal Control Quality on CFO Turnover|
|Ya-Fang Wang, Yu-Ting Huang||334-343|
|Zodiac Calendar and Market Returns|
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