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  • Kirchner, SI; Bianchi, R; Green, J (The Center for Independent Studies, 2010-01)
    Bans on short selling financial stocks were implemented in a number of stock markets around the world at the end of September 2008. In Australia, a ban on `naked short selling (see below for definition) was announced by ...
  • Green, R (Monash University ePress, 2008-01)
    Discussion of new policy directions in recent years has been strongly influenced by New York Times journalist Tom Friedman's much cited book, The World is Flat. Friedman was referring to a 'globalised' world economy where ...
  • Toohey, KM; Taylor, TL (Routledge, 2011-01)
    Australia's sporting success and dominance across a number of sports has been attributed to a variety of factors, including: inheritance of the British sport ethic in the early years of white settlement and colonization; ...
  • Griebsch, S; Pilz, K (Wiley, 2010-01)
  • Sankaran, S (ALARA Action Learning and Action Research Association, 2013-01)
    This paper is based on reflections from two ALARA conferences that explored whether four new leadership theories have a role in developing leaders of not-for-profit (NFP) organizations in Australia. The author first invited ...
  • Presbury, R; Edwards, DC (Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2010-01)
    Unlike many business sectors, tourism is an amalgamation of various industries offering products and services ranging from airline and cruise ship travel and accommodation to restaurant meals, entertainment, souvenirs and ...
  • Dwyer, L; Edwards, DC (Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2010-01)
    Tourism not properly planned and managed can leave permanent footprints on the physical, social, cultural and economic environments of destinations. Tourism development can be alienating to local residents, overcrowded, ...
  • Darcy, SA (World Leisure Organisation, 2013-01)
    Sydney for All is the outcome of a visitor accessibility and destination managen1ent project that sought to create accessible destination experiences for those with access needs, People with access needs arc part of all ...
  • Fang, Y; Wang, KY (International Employment Relations Association, 2006-01)
    How to improve performance and reduce turnover of teachers is two crucial issues for the education administrators. This study addressed these under-explored issues with a focus on stress and commitment, based on an ...
  • Gretzel, U; Prebezac, D; Joppe, M; Edwards, DC (Routledge, 2012-01)
    Founded in 2007, the Tourism Education Futures Initiative (TEFI) has organized several meetings to discuss critical issues that need to be addressed in creating desirable and sustainable tourism education futures. In the ...
  • Wilson, E; Small, J (Taylor and Francis, 2013-01)
    The Tourism Education Futures Initiative (TEFI) held its sixth annual conference in Milan, Italy, from June 2830, 2012. The conference was hosted by Professor Magda Antonioli and Bocconi University. Building on the ...
  • Connell, JA; Burgess, JK (Frank Cass & Co. Ltd, 2013-01)
    In this article, some broad conclusions are presented concerning the global financial crisis (GFC) and change in the Asia Pacific region to date, with a particular focus on change and adjustments to the labour market. In ...
  • Logue, DM; Zappala, G (UTS, 2014-01)
    The Not-for-Profit (NFP) sector in Australia, and globally, is in transition. As the recognition grows that government and philanthropic funds are insufficient to address the problems facing societies globally, new ...
  • Liburd, J; Edwards, DC (Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2010-01)
    Tourism constitutes exceptional opportunities as a phenomenon, industry, career and lifestyle. Sustaining the economic, social and environmental elements of tourism will be essential to maintaining a phenomenon that can ...
  • Reid, M; Croy, G; Wearing, SL (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd, 2009-01)
    As a result of the increasing influence of tourism, natural and protected area management continues to evolve from management primarily focused around on-site management and conservation to one that more broadly encompasses ...
  • Taylor, TL; Lock, DJ; Darcy, SA (Routledge, 2011-01)
    In this essay, Janus is used as a metaphor for examining the nature of cultural diversity in Australian sport. It does so by firstly presenting a historical context for sport in Australia and the relative lack of cultural ...
  • Frawley, SM; Adair, D (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013-01)
    Tile Olympics are, without doubt, the largest and most signifi cant IlIcga-event in the world, taking in a multitude of sports at both SumIlicr and Winter Games every two years. Planning for and staging the Olympics is one ...
  • Devinney, TM; Pedersen, T; Tihanyi, L (Emerald books, 2010-01)
    International business (IB) and international management (IM) are at a crossroads of sorts. The question is whether the roads emanating from this crossroad lead to somewhere or to nowhere and whether all roads lead to the ...
  • Agarwal, R; Green, R (NCVER, 2011-01)
    The main impetus for the interest in innovation is that it is seen to improve productivity at the firm level and therefore improved economic prosperity and living standards. This edited volume was commissioned by the ...