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2014REALIZING THE FUTURE: VOLATILITY FORECASTING WITH REALIZED MEASURES, IMPLIED VOLATILITY AND COMPOSITE MODELSVALERIE TANG YI LING
5-Nov-2018RELATION OF REGULATORY CAPITAL ON THE ORIGINATION OF INFORMATIONALLY OPAQUE SYNDICATED LOANSLIM WEI YANG BRYAN
2016RESILIENCE AND GRIT: MODERATING EFFECT OF MINDFULNESSLEE XUE REN RANDY
2013REVERSE STOCK SPLITS AND INSTITUTIONAL OWNERSHIPTAN WEI CHENG MARK
2013REVISITING THE ROLE OF CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER (CIO) APPOINTMENTS ON THE PERCEIVED MARKET VALUE OF THE FIRMCHOY KUM FAI, KELVIN
2011S-CHIPS ON THE SGX: A CASE STUDYLEE LENNARD
2012SALIENCE OF ORGANISATIONAL VALUES IN A POLITICAL ORGANISATION: A LONGITUDINAL, CONTENT ANALYSIS OF PEOPLE'S ACTION PARTY'S PUBLICATIONKANG PING SONG MARVIN
2012SEARCH TRENDS AND IPO UNDERPRICING - EVIDENCE FROM US AND HONG KONGTANG LI NA DOREEN
2011SEEING THE SAME DIFFERENTLY EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF PROMOTION FRAMINGS AND SEMANTIC RELATEDNESS ON CONSUMERS’ RESPONSESTAN JIA’EN
2017SINGAPORE EXCHANGE’S REDUCTION IN BOARD LOT SIZE: CAN A LOWER MINIMUM MONETARY AMOUNT TO INVEST IN SECURITIES IMPROVE LIQUIDITY?SOH SHI YANG JOSEPH
2012SINGAPORE – THE HUB FOR IMPACT INVESTMENTSTAN KAH GUAT GERMAINE INEZ
2011SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AND THE NOTION OF TALENTTAN WEE BOON
2013SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN VIETNAM: A COMMUNITY-BASED DIRECTIONBUI HAI MINH
2012SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT SCREENS AND GLOBAL EQUITIES INVESTINGTOH SONG YEE ANDY
6-Apr-2020SPATIO-TEMPORAL MODELS FOR FORECASTING FOOD DELIVERY DEMANDANG PENG SENG
2012“SPOILT FOR CHOICE AND EXPECTING MORE”: What moderates the effect of assortment size on consumer expectations?GOH WEI-EN DAVID
2012SPONTANEITY AND TRUSTJOANNE ARCHANA BALA
2010STAPLED FINANCE: CONFLICTS OF INTEREST OR EFFICIENT CONTRACT? EMPIRICAL EVIDENCELI ZHUO WEI
2014STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF SEASONALITY IN CROSS-SECTIONAL STOCK RETURNSLIU YANAN
2010STAYING WIRED ON THE JOB : THE EFFECT OF SLEEP, JOB DEMANDS AND JOB CONTROL ON CYBERLOAFINGWOO YUET FONG SHARON