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The inverse relation between total equity value and return is confirmed for Australian ordinary shares over the 1974–1984 period. We find this so-called size effect to be robust with respect to several technical methodological adjustments. In particular, the pattern persists when we account for:...
Arson is a serious and growing problem in N.S.W. Results presented here suggest that the replacement costs alone of arson damage amount to as much as $65 million p.a., and that the incidence of arson is doubling about every eight years. As a crime, arson is particularly wasteful. Most commercial...
This paper provides Australian evidence, obtained during unusual trading conditions, on put call parity theory. The empirical results show that observed violations of the theory are insufficient to indicate that economic profits can be derived therefrom after allowing for normal transaction...
The purpose of this paper is to examine the economy-wide effects of deregulating goods haulage by road in Australia. The paper reviews the historical development of transport regulations in Australia and presents the partial equilibrium effects of transport deregulation as identified by the...
This paper undertakes empirical tests of the ability of foreign exchange market participants to forecast the future value of the Australian dollar for one- and four-week horizons. A new set of survey data published in The Australian newspaper is used for this purpose. The accuracy of the...
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