7(1), 2006, 25-36. Beekes, W. A. and Brown, P.† Do better-governed Australian firms make more informative disclosures? J. Bus. Finance & Account., 33(3-4)




Название7(1), 2006, 25-36. Beekes, W. A. and Brown, P.† Do better-governed Australian firms make more informative disclosures? J. Bus. Finance & Account., 33(3-4)
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DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE


Adam-Müller, A. F. A. and Wong, K. P.†


Restricted export flexibility and risk management with options and futures. Kredit & Kapital, 39(2), 2006, 211-32.


Bartram, S.


The use of options in corporate risk management. Manage. Finance, 32(2), 2006, 160-81.


Bartram, S., Stadtmann, G.† and Wissmann, M. F.†


Corporate transparency and risk management disclosure of European issuers in the United States: in Oxelheim, L. (ed.), Corporate and institutional transparency for economic growth in Europe, London, New York and Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2006, 311-41.


Beekes, W. A.


The ‘millionaire’ method for encouraging participation. Active Learn. Higher Educ., 7(1), 2006, 25-36.


Beekes, W. A. and Brown, P.†


Do better-governed Australian firms make more informative disclosures? J. Bus. Finance & Account., 33(3-4), 2006, 422-50.


Hoogendoorn, M.†, Marton, J.†, Di Pietra, R.†, Wagenhofer, A.†, Evans, L.†, Gebhardt, G.†, Peasnell, K. V., Mora, A.† and Thinggaard, F.†


Performance reporting – the IASB’s proposed formats of financial statements in the exposure draft of IAS 1. Account. Eur., 3(1), 2006, 35-63.


Merchant, K.† and Otley, D. T.


A review of the literature on control and accountability: in Chapman, C. S., Hopwood, A. G. and Shields, M. D. (eds.), Handbook of management accounting research, London, New York and Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2006, 785-802.


Otley, D. T.


Trends in budgetary control and responsibility accounting: in Bhimani, A. (ed.), Contemporary issues in management accounting, Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2006, 291-307.


Pawlina, G. and Kort, P. M.†


Real options in an asymmetric duopoly: who benefits from your competitive disadvantage? J. Econ. & Manage. Strat., 15(1), 2006, 1-35.


Peasnell, K. V.


What options does the future hold? HR Director, April, 2006, 25.


Pope, P. F., O’Hanlon, J. F. and Choi, Y.-S.


Conservative accounting and linear information valuation models. Contemp. Account. Res., 23(1), 2006, 73-101.


Pope, P. F., Peasnell, K. V., Landsman, W. R.† and Yeh, S.†


Which approach to accounting for employee stock options best reflects market pricing? Rev. Account. Stud., 11(2-3), 2006, 203-45.


Pope, P. F., Peasnell, K. V. and McMeeking, K. P.†


The determinants of the UK big firm premium. Account. & Bus. Res., 36(3), 2006, 207-31.


Pope, P. F., Peasnell, K. V. and Young, S. E.


Do outside directors limit earnings management? Corp. Finance Rev., 10(5), 2006, 5-10.


Shackleton, M. B. and Keswani, A.†


How real option disinvestment flexibility augments project NPV. Eur. J. Operat. Res., 168(1), 2006, 240-52.


Taylor, S. J., Keswani, A.† and Wang, Y.†


The relationships between sentiment, returns and volatility. Int. J. Forecast., 22, 2006,

109-23.


Young, S. E., O’Hanlon, J. F. and Isidro, H. D.


Dirty surplus accounting flows and valuation errors. Abacus, 42(3-4), 2006, 302-44.


ADMINISTRATION


LIM, E.†, ALI, A.†, CARTWRIGHT, N.†, SOUSA, I., CHETWYND, A. G., POLKEY, M.†, GEDDES, D.†, PEPPER, J.†, DIGGLE, P. J. and GOLDSTRAW, P.†


Effect and duration of lung volume reduction surgery: mid-term results of the Brompton trial. Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgeon, 54(3), 2006, 188-92.


CHETWYND, A. G. and SHORT, H.


Cholera a step too Farr. Significance, 3(2)(June), 2006, 88-90.


DIGGLE, P. J., GÓMEZ-RUBIO, V.†, BROWN, P. E., CHETWYND, A. G. and GOODING, S.*


Second-order analysis of inhomogeneous spatial point processes using case-control. Data Biometrics, 63(2), 2006, 550-7.


DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE


ADAM, A.†, GRIFFITHS, M.†, KEOGH, C., MOORE, K., RICHARDSON, H.† and

TATTERSALL, A.†


Being an IT in IT: gendered identities in the IT workplace. Eur. J. Inf. Syst. (EJIS), 15, 2006, 358-68.


ASHLEY, C.†, FEATHERSTONE, B.†, ROSKILL, C.†, RYAN, M.† and WHITE, S.


Fathers matter: research findings on fathers and their involvement with services. pp. 96. London, Family Rights Group, 2006.


BARNSDALE, L.†, MACRAE, R.†, McIVOR, G., BROWN, A.†, ELEY, S.†, MALLOCH, M.†, MURRAY, C.†, MURRAY, L.†, PIACENTINI, L.†, POPHAM, F.† and WALTERS, R.†


Evaluation of the Airdrie sheriff youth court pilot. pp. 58. Edinburgh, Scottish Executive Social Research, 2006.


BASSET, T.†, CAMPBELL, P.† and ANDERSON, J.


Service user/survivor involvement in mental health education and training: overcoming the barriers. Social Work Educ., 25(4), 2006, 393-402.


BIRCH, A.†, DOBBIE, F.†, CHALMERS, T.†, BARNSDALE, L.† and McIVOR, G.


Evaluation of the arrest referral pilot scheme. pp. 123. Edinburgh, Scottish Executive Social Research, 2006.


CALVERLEY, A.†, COLE, B.†, KAUR, G.†, LEWIS, S.†, RAYNOR, P.†, SADEGHI, S.†,

SMITH, D., VANSTONE, M.† and WARDAK, A.†


Black and Asian probationers: implications of the Home Office study. Probation J., 53(1), 2006, 24-37.


FITZPATRICK, C.


Young people in care and criminal behaviour. pp. 207. London, Jessica Kingsley, 2006.


FOOK, J.†, WHITE, S. and GARDNER, F.†


Critical reflection: a review of contemporary literature and understandings: in White, S., Fook, J. and Gardner, F. (eds.), Critical reflection in health and social care, Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2006, 3-20.

FOSTER, M.†, HARRIS, J.†, JACKSON, K.†, MORGAN, H. and GLENDINNING, C.†


Personalised social care for adults with disabilities: a problematic concept for frontline practice. Health & Social Care Commun., 14(2), 2006, 125-35.


GARDNER, F.†, FOOK, J.† and WHITE, S.


Critical reflection: possibilities for developing effectiveness in conditions of uncertainty: in White, S., Fook, J. and Gardner, F. (eds.), Critical reflection in health and social care, Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2006, 228-40.


GOODWIN, K.† and McIVOR, G.


Women and community service orders: the experience in Scotland: in Immarigeon, R. (ed.), Women and girls in the criminal justice system: policy issues and practice strategies, Kingston, New Jersey, Civic Research Institute, 2006, 1-10.


GRIFFITHS, M.†, KEOGH, C.†, MOORE, K., RICHARDSON, H. and TATTERSALL, A.†


Inclusion through the ages? Gender, ICT workplaces, and life stage experiences: in

Trauth, E., Howcroft, D., Butler, T., Fitzgerald, B. and DeGross, J. (eds.), Social inclusion: societal and organisational implications for information systems, New York, Springer, 2006, 153-68.


GRIFFITHS, M.† and MOORE, K. editors


Women in IT final report. pp. 123. Salford, University of Salford/European Social Fund, 2006.


GROVER, C.


Welfare reform, accumulation and social exclusion in the United Kingdom. Social Work & Soc., 4(1), 2006, http://www.socwork.net/2006/1/articles/grover [online publication].


LEWIS, S.†, RAYNOR, P.† and SMITH, D.


A reply to Colm Power. Irish Prob. J., 3(1), 2006, 41-4.


LEWIS, S.†, RAYNOR, P.†, SMITH, D. and WARDAK, A.†


Race and community penalties: conclusions and next steps: in Lewis, S., Raynor, P.,

Smith, D. and Wardak, A. (eds.), Race and probation, Cullompton, Willan, 2006, 219-24.


LEWIS, S.†, RAYNOR, P.†, SMITH, D. and WARDAK, A.† editors


Race and probation. pp. xxi + 234. Cullompton, Willan, 2006.


LOUCKS, N.†, MALLOCH, M.†, McIVOR, G. and GELSTHORPE, L.†


Evaluation of the 218 Centre. pp. 93. Edinburgh, Scottish Executive Social Research, 2006.


MAY-CHAHAL, C.


Gender and child maltreatment: the evidence base. Social Work & Soc., 4(1), 2006, http://www.socwork.net/2006/1/articles/maychahal [online publication].


MAY-CHAHAL, C., BERTOTTI, T.†, DI BLASIO, P.†, CEREZO, M.†, GERARD, M.†,

GREVOT, A.†, LAMERS, F.†, McGRATH, K.†, THORPE, D., THYEN, U.† and AL-HAMAD, A.†


Child maltreatment in the family: a European perspective. Eur. J. Social Work, 9(1)(March), 2006, 3-20.


MAY-CHAHAL, C. and BROADHURST, K.


Integrating objects of intervention and organisational relevance: the case of safeguarding children missing from education systems. Child Abuse Rev., 15, 2006, 440-55.


MAY-CHAHAL, C. and MASON, C.


Making enquiries under Section 47 of the Children Act 1989: in James, S. and Wilson, K. (eds.), The child protection handbook (3rd edition), London, Bailliere Tindall Ltd. 2006, 232-245.


MACRAE, R.†, McIVOR, G., MALLOCH, M.†, BARRY, M.† and MURRAY, L.†


Evaluation of the Scottish prison service transitional care initiative. pp. 94. Edinburgh, Scottish Executive Social Research, 2006.


McIVOR, G., BARNSDALE, L.†, MALLOCH, M.†, ELEY, S.† and YATES, R.†


The operation and effectiveness of the Scottish drug court pilots. pp. 107. Edinburgh, Scottish Executive Social Research, 2006.


McIVOR, G., BARNSDALE, L.†, MACRAE, R.†, DUNLOP, S.†, BROWN, A.†, ELEY, S.†, MALLOCH, M.†, MURRAY, C.†, MURRAY, L.†, PIACENTINI, L.†, POPHAM, F.† and WALTERS, R.†


Evaluation of the Airdrie and Hamilton youth court pilots. pp. 92. Edinburgh, Scottish Executive Social Research, 2006.


MEASHAM, F. and MOORE, K.


Reluctant reflexivity, implicit insider knowledge, and the development of club studies: in Sanders, B. (ed.), Drugs, clubs and young people: sociological and public health perspectives, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2007, 13-25.


MOORE, K.


Does this count as entertainment, what I’m doing now?: mobile entertainment in Europe: in Rutter, J. (ed.), Digital games industries: work, knowledge and consumption, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2006, 49-65.


MOORE, K. and GRIFFITHS, M.†


Issues raised by the women in IT (WINIT) project: in Trauth, E. (ed.), Gender and information technology encyclopaedia, Hershey, Pennsylvania, Information Science Publishing, 2006,832-837.


MOORE, K. and HAND, M.†


Community, identity and digital games: in Rutter, J. and Bryce, J. (eds.), Understanding digital games, London, Sage, 2006, 166-182.


MOORE, K. and MEASHAM, F.


Ketamine use: harm minimisation and pleasure maximisation. Drugs & Alcohol Today, 6(3), 2006, 29-32.


OLIVER, M. and SAPEY, B.


Social work with disabled people (3rd edition). pp. 218. Basingstoke, Macmillan, 2006.


PENNA, S. and O’BRIEN, M.†


What price health and social care? Competition, commodities and consumers. Social Work & Soc., 4(2), 2006, http://www.socwork.net/2006/2/articles/pennaobrien [online publication].


RIDDELL, S.†, WEEDON, E.†, FULLER, M.†, HEALEY, M.†, HURST, A.†, KELLY, K.† and PIGGOTT, L.


Managerialism and equalities: tensions within widening access policy and practice for disabled students in UK universities. Higher Educ., 2006, http://www.springerlink.com/content/ (ref: doi:10.1007/s10734-006-9014-8) [online publication].


SMITH, D.


Making sense of psychoanalysis in criminological theory and probation practice. Probation J., 53(4), 2006, 361-76.


Racially motivated offenders and the probation service: in Lewis, S., Raynor, P., Smith, D. and Wardak, A. (eds.), Race and probation, Cullompton, Willan, 2006, 25-40.


What might work with racially motivated offenders?: in Lewis, S., Raynor, P., Smith, D. and Wardak, A. (eds.), Race and probation, Cullompton, Willan, 2006, 200-16.


Youth crime and justice: research, evaluation and ‘evidence’: in Goldson, B. and Muncie, J. (eds.), Youth crime and justice: critical issues, London, Sage, 2006, 78-91.


TAYLOR, C.† and WHITE, S.


Knowledge and reasoning in social work: educating for humane judgement. Br. J. Social Work, 35, 2006, 1-18.


WALKER, M.†, BARCLAY, A.†, HUNTER, L.†, KENDRICK, A.†, MALLOCH, M.†, HILL, M. and McIVOR, G.


Secure accommodation in Scotland: its role and relationship with ‘alternative’ services. pp. 121. Edinburgh, Scottish Executive Social Research, 2006.


WHITE, S.


Unsettling reflections: the reflexive practitioner as ‘trickster’ in inter-professional work: in White, S., Fook, J. and Gardner, F. (eds.), Critical reflection in health and social care, Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2006, 21-39.


WHITE, S. and FEATHERSTONE, B.†


Dads talk about their lives and services: in Ashley, C., Featherstone, B., Roskill, C., Ryan, M. and White, S. (eds.), Fathers matter: research findings on fathers and their involvement with services, London, Family Rights Group, 2006, 69-83.


WHITE, S., FOOK, J.† and GARDINER, F.† editors


Critical reflection in health and social care. pp. 273. Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2006.


DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES


ADAMS, B., BARDGETT, R. D., AYRES, E., WALL, D. H., AISLABIE, J., BAMFORTH, S., BARGAGLI, R., CARY, C., CAVACINI, P., CONNELL, P., CONVEY, P., FELL, J., FRATI, F., HOGG, I., NEWSHAM, K., O’DONNELL, T., RUSSELL, N., SEPPELDT, R. and STEVENS, M.


Diversity and distribution of Victoria Land biota. Soil Biol. & Biochem., 38, 2006, 3003-18.


AKLAKU, E. D.†, JONES, K. and OBIRI-DANSO, K.†


Integrated biological treatment and biogas production in a small-scale slaughterhouse in rural Ghana. Water Env. Res., 78, 2006, 2335-9.


ALLSOP, D., MARTIN, F. L., MOORE, S. and FULLWOOD, N. J.


Donepezil for severe Alzheimer’s disease. Lancet, 368(9533)(July), 2006, 361-2.


ANDREWS, M.†, RAVEN, J. A.†, LEA, P. J.† and SPRENT, J. I.†


A role for shoot protein in shoot-root dry matter allocation in higher plants. Annals Bot., 97(1), 2006, 3-10.


AYRES, E., DROMPH, K. and BARDGETT, R. D.


Do plant species encourage soil biota that specialise in the rapid decomposition of their litter? Soil Biol. & Biochem.,
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