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The Australian Housing Allowance Experiment (HAE) was discontinued in June 1978. The experiment (and any ensuing scheme) seemed destined for trouble because of difficulties unforeseen by its administrators. Some of these problems are alluded to in Albon (1977b) and are here reconsidered. Other...
A version of the Black and Scholes dividend yield experiment is conducted, with a view to determining whether there exists a preference for dividends versus capital gains. Using data from the 1960s the experiment reveals a relatively large relationship between dividend yields and risk-adjusted...
Amongst corporations in the United States there is widespread interest in corporate model building, or the development of equation structures which quantify and integrate all facets of corporate activity. This is not yet so in Australia, and in order to stimulate activity in this area and to...
The education and training of first line managers or supervisors has long been neglected by employers and educational institutions. This paper is based mainly on data collected from 1,200 respondents undertaking Supervision courses offered at Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutes in...
When the levels of job satisfaction on ten job aspects were assessed in fourteen sections in which the employees were doing light repetitive work, wide and consistent differences were found in the levels of satisfaction among the sections. This effect was most pronounced in one group of sections...
The possibility of errors exists in all data bases although checks are usually wade to find and eliminate them. Beedles and Simkowitz identified potential errors in recording prices of New York Stock Exchange securities by studying their measured relative skewness. A similar procedure is applied...
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