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An examination of the effect of subject specialisation, culture and prior education on computer ethics
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1999-02)
Ethics is currently an issue of considerable importance to accountants, and there have been calls from the accounting profession for greater attention to be paid to this topic. The paper reports on a study which examined ...
An empirical study of the changes in the level of audit fees in New Zealand over a period of 11 years
(Lincoln University, 1999)
Previous studies on this topic have found that audit fees decreased after professional accounting bodies made changes in Codes of Ethics. These changes allowed audit firms to advertise their services, tender for audit ...
Interorganisational collaboration in tourism
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1998-02)
This paper examines interorganisational collaboration between tourism organisations. Specifically, it addresses the critical preconditions necessary for co-ordinated tourism events to succeed. Using a proposed city winter ...
Corporate real estate asset management in New Zealand (preliminary analysis of performance and stage of development)
(Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 1999)
To date the only substantial research into corporate real estate asset management in New Zealand has been that of Wei Kium Teoh, completed in 1992. This examined corporate real estate organisational structure, information ...