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Education providers : a qualitative analysis of international student growth in Christchurch and Canterbury
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 2003-09)
This report presents an overview on the trends and growth rates of foreign fee-paying (FFP) student numbers in the Christchurch - Canterbury region in different institutional levels (primary schools, secondary schools, ...
Impact of hedging pressure on implied volatility in Financial Times and London Stock Exchange (FTSE) market
(Institute for Business and Finance Research, LLC, 2009)
This paper examines the impact of net buying pressure and the event of 9/11 on the implied volatility of the U.K. FTSE 100 (Financial Times and the London Stock Exchange) index options. Our findings indicate that when ...
The effects of short-term interest rates on output, price and exchange rates: recent evidence from China
(Institute for Business and Finance Research, LLC, 2010)
This paper utilizes VAR techniques to examine the relationship between a policy related variable and selected macro-variables in China. Johansen’s cointegration tests fail to find a moving equilibrium among the related ...
Evaluating McCallum rule as policy guideline for China
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance., 2010)
Economists have reached a consensus that central bank could improve its policy efficiency by following a monetary policy rule. Given that money supply is the People’s Bank of China (PBC) principal policy instrument and its ...
An empirical analysis of the Chinese Stock Market: overvalued/undervalued
This study examines whether the Chinese stock markets been overvalued using the dividend discount model. We investigate how much have the economic and price-based factors, such as term structure, inflation and price momentum ...
Export stimuli, export stages and internationalization pathways: The case of Indonesian SMEs
(Universitas Indonesia, 2016-12)
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in developing countries are still constrained to seize the opportunity of trade liberalization as compared to their large counterparts. It has been argued that effective efforts ...