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2012A BOOTSTRAP STUDY OF INFLATION HEDGING IN SINGAPORESIT ZAI LI DARIUS
2014A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BANK CREDIT CYCLES: STATE-OWNERSHIP AND ITS EFFECT ON LENDING BEHAVIOURLIM JUNJIE
2014A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF THE VARIOUS REPORTING FORMATS ADOPTED BY SINGAPORE LISTED COMPANIES IN THEIR FINANCIAL STATEMENTSNG TONG HIN
2012A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY ON ASSET WRITE-OFFS IN SINGAPORE LISTED COMPANIESSTEFFI LAU YING TING
2015A META-ANALYSIS ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS AND ACTIONSNICHOLAS CHEN YANHUA
2014A MULTI-PARADIGM GROUNDED THEORY APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING THE WORKS OF SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSCHUAH SENG SOON
2010A REVISIT TO ALTMAN’S Z‐SCORE MODELNG CHI HUNG BRENDON
2011A SECRET RECIPE FOR SOCIAL POPULARITY: THE EFFECT OF ATTRACTIVE VISUAL STIMULI ON SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF WOMENWANG JING
2010A STUDY OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES OF “S-CHIPS”JIANG ZHIRUI JONATHAN CHIONH
2014A STUDY OF DECENTRALIZED PORTFOLIO OPTIMIZATION WITH COORDINATION BY SWAP CONTRACTSYU QIAN
2014A STUDY OF THE U.S. MARKET REACTION TO SEC’S CLARIFICATION ON THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIAAMANDA AW YONG ZHI XIN
2011A STUDY ON DONOR DECISION MAKING: THE IMPACT OF DIFFERENT GOVERNANCE APPROACHES ON INDIVIDUALS’ INCLINATIONS TOWARD INFORMED GIVING AND PREFERENCES FOR DIFFERENT INFORMATION SOURCESCHEW YI LING
2013A STUDY ON REFFERAL REWARD PROGRAMS: DRIVERS OF USAGE AND EFFECTIVENESSCHEN JINCI
2016A STUDY ON STOCK TRADING STRATEGIES USING MACRO CONDITIONSJIN YUHANG
2016A STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF INTERNAL AUDIT SOURCING ARRANGEMENTS IN SINGAPORELOW CHIN YANG
2016A SYSTEM DYNAMICS SIMULATION STUDY OF HUMANITARIAN SUPPLY CHAINS IN THE RECONSTRUCTION PHASEPANG JIAHAO, JASON
2010ABNORMAL RETURNS PRE-REPURCHASE: A NEW LOOK AT RETURNS, RISK AND OPERATING PERFORMANCE ABOUT REPURCHASE EVENTSBAI ZHIYONG
2011ACCELERATED SHARE REPURCHASES DO NOT SIGNAL UNDERVALUATION: EXPLAINING A FIRM’S CHOICE OF ADOPTING ACCELERATED SHARE REPURCHASE OVER OPEN MARKET SHARE REPURCHASECHEW CHENG OON FELIX
2010ACCOUNTING FOR LEASES IN SINGAPORE – A VALUE RELEVANCE STUDYCHEW ZHIZHONG ERWIN
2014ADVERTISING AND FIRM VISIBILITY: A CROSS SECTIONAL ANALYSISTAN WAN SUN