Journal of Business & Policy  Research

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Aims and Objectives:

The aim of the Journal of Business and Policy Research (JBPR) is to support and publish scholarly work that contributes to the body of knowledge. It publishes both theoretical and empirical scholarly papers and case studies relating to broad filed of accounting, banking, finance, economics, management, marketing, business law and related disciplines. It publishes best papers from the conferences organised by World Business Institute, World Academy of Social Science and Australian Research Council for Accounting, Finance and Economics. Another aim is to create modern literature relating to above fields of research.


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  Journal of Business & Policy Research              Volume 8 Number 1 March  2013   Special issue    Contents        ISSN: ISSN 1449-387X
No..    Papers   Author
1 Is Increasing Financial Integration Related to Improved International Risk Sharing? :Hans-Peter Burghof  and Helena Kleinert
2 Free Cash Flow and Performance Predictability in Electric Utilities : Karen Nunez
3 Understanding Information Systems Evolution and Management through an Analysis of Power, Power Sources and Stakeholder Dependencies: A Case Study : June I. Bradley and G. Michael McGrath
4 Poverty Alleviation: Corporate Social Responsibility Approaches by Multinational Corporations in Lao PDR and Thailand : Nattavud Pimpa
5 Income Tax Rate and Earnings Management of Firms Listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange : Eko Suwardi
6 An Empirical Investigation of the Links between Job Search Behaviour, Career Strategies, and Perceived Employability : Irmak Erdogan
7 Auditors’ Independence, Experience and Ethical Judgments: The Case of Malaysia : Razana Juhaida Johari, Zuraidah Mohd Sanusi, Rashidah Abdul Rahman and Normah Omar
8 Who Cares about Renminbi? Currency Relations in East Asia at a Closer Look : Jyh-Dean Hwang
9 New Zealand HR Employee Communication: Comparing 2000 and 2010 Empirical Results with Forecasts for 2020 : Pieter Nel
10     An Examination of the Value Relevance of Intellectual Capital: The Case of Banking Industry  ampath Kehelwalatenna* and Gamini   Premaratne**1