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  • Does New Zealand visitors follow the Joseph Effect? Some empirical evidence

    Foo, Dani (The Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc., 2011)
    The report departs from conventional time series analysis and investigates the existence of long memory (LRD) in the stream of daily visitors, arriving from various sources to New Zealand from 1997 to 2010, using selected ...
  • Persistence in mutual fund returns: New Zealand evidence

    Hooper, Keith; Davey, Howard; Su, Roger; Foo, Dani (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, 2006)
    Many studies have discussed mutual funds performance, especially about the persistence of excess returns. Regression is the most common method to be used to research the fund persistence. Dutta (2002) proposes a simpler ...
  • The practice of sustainable business: A New Zealand perspective

    Bather, Andrea; Foo, Dani; Kelly, Martin; McCourt, Alison; Singh-Ladhar, Jagdeep (Inderscience, 2012)
    The paper outlines the business decision making paradigm that prevailed in the 20th century and how the resultant business decisions revealed deficiencies in that paradigm. However, it recognises that some powerful forces ...

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