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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Jan-2003IR, HR or ER: student perceptions of meaningInnes, CC; Spooner, KB; Innes, C
Jan-2003Is Aldersonian theory relevant in today's contexts? - an illustrative caseHota, M; Young, LC; Kennedy, R
Jun-2015Is Failing to Plan Always Planning to Fail? When Planning Facilitates FailureZlatevska, N; Wen Wan, E; Zhang, M
Jan-2006Is qualitative research always exploratory?Spanjaard, DC; Freeman, LM; Ali, Y; van Dessel, M
Jan-2001Is the MBA Sustainable? Degrees of ChangeBenn, SH; Bubna-Litic, DC; Eckstein, D; N/A
31-May-2018Is there a governance failure in Australian government business enterprises? Evidence from their CEO compensationPazmandy, GP; Bugeja, M; Matolcsy, Z
6-Dec-2018Is there a governance failure in corporatised Australian Government Business Enterprises? Evidence from their Chief Executive Officers’ compensation.Pazmandy, G; Bugeja, M; Matolcsy, Z
30-May-2018Is there an association between Vice Chancellors' compensation and University performanceBugeja, M; Govendir, B; Matolcsy, Z; Pazmandy, G
Jan-2002Islamic faith and attitudes towards the advertising of controversial productsFam, KS; Waller, DS; Erdogan, BZ; Shaw, R; Adam, S; McDonald, H
Jan-2008Issues arising with the implementation of AASB 139 financial instruments: recognition and measurement by Australian firms in the gold industryWells, PA; Hartmann, FGH
Jan-2008Issues arising with the implementation of AASB 139 financial instruments: recognition and measurement by Australian firms in the gold industryFreeman, W; Wells, PA; Hay, D; Moroney, R
Jan-2005IT failure and professional ethics: the one.tel caseAvison, D; Wilson, DN; Wei, CP; Yen, B
Jan-2002IT Failure and the Collapse of One TelAvison, D; Wilson, DN; Traunmuller, R
1-Jan-2015IT governance as a higher order capabilityChapman, P; Wieder, B
1-Jan-2015IT Governance: A higher order capability improving the benefits derived from AISChapman, P; Wieder, B
1-Dec-2006"It's always there, it's always on": Australian freelancer's management of availability using mobile technologiesSadler, K; Robertson, T; Kan, M
Jan-2008'It's Always There, It's Always On': Australian Freelancer's Management of Availability Using Mobile TechnologiesSadler, KA; Robertson, TJ; Kan, MM; Nieminen, M; Röykkee, M
2017Japan’s technology management legacy impacting its IoT leadershipRathore, A; Agarwal, R; Bajada, C; Paul, S
Jan-2009Justice, gender and employee cognitive outcomesJepsen, DM; Rodwell, JJ; Langford, PH; Reynolds, NJ; Kehoe, JE
Jan-2010Keep it simple: Easy ways to estimate choice models for single consumersEckert, C; Frischknecht, BD; Louviere, JJ; Ballantine, P; Finsterwalder, J