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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Feb-2000CEO share ownership and firm valueTan, Ruth Seow Kuan ; Chng, Pheng Lui ; Tan, Tee Ween
2001CEO share ownership and firm valueTan, R.S.K. ; Chng, P.L. ; Tan, T.W.
2008CHANGES IN ANALYSTS’ RECOMMENDATIONS: WHICH SIGNAL LEADS THE MARKET?YAN WEIYING GRACE
May-2005Characteristics of earnings forecasts for Japanese firmsHo, Yew-Kee 
2005Chasing trends: Recursive moving average trading rules and internet stocksFong, W.M. ; Yong, L.H.M.
1998Communication of private information and the valuation of initial public offerings in SingaporeEng, L.L. ; Khoo, A. ; Tan, R. 
1997Compliance costs of corporate income taxation in SingaporeMohamed, A. ; Zubaidah, I.; Alfred, L.G.L.
2002Computing maximum smoothness forward rate curvesLim, K.G. ; Xiao, Q.
2007CONSUMER TRUST AND PRIVACY CONCERNS IN BIOMETRICSLIM YAN TYNG
2007CONSUMER-BRAND RELATIONSHIP: SITUATION AND SELF CONCEPT INFLUENCECHEN ZHAOHUI
Jan-2000Coping with the Asian financial crisis : the Singapore experienceNgiam, Kee Jin 
2007CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & PERFORMANCE: AN INTEGRATED PERSPECTIVEISWEN VELLU
28-May-2007Corporate governance and firm performance: Evidence from the U.K. using a corporate governance scorecardLUO LEI
2003Corporate governance and voluntary disclosureEng, L.L.; Mak, Y.T. 
2007CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN CHINAHU YUANWEN
Feb-1999Corporate social responsibility disclosure in SingaporeZubaidah Ismail ; Koh, Bee Eng; Loh, Alfred Lye Chye 
2007COSMOPOLITANS GO SHOPPING : A PHENOMENOLOGICAL INQUIRY ON HOW COSMOPOLITANS PERCEIVE AND RELATE TO GLOBAL AND LOCAL BRANDSCHEN QIMIN
2001Credit management: An examination of policy choices, practices and late payment in UK companiesPike, R.; Cheng, N.S. 
2007CULTURAL DETERMINANTS OF CAPITAL STRUCTURELEE REGINALD REAGAN CHUA
26-Mar-2004Currency linkages in the Asia-Pacific region: A study on exchange market pressureZHANG JIE