Abstracts: What is the difference between marketing, advertising and PR? Management consultants
Abstracts: What is the future for small firms? Why it matters. A matter of judgment
Abstracts: What is the Intrinsic Value of the Dow? Toward an implied cost of capital. Price momentum and trading volume
Abstracts: What is the real problem whither (or wither) accounting education in the new millennium? Whither (or wither) accounting education in the new millennium
Abstracts: What is the value of recourse to asset-backed securities? A clinical study of credit card banks. Credit risk in the leasing industry
Abstracts: What is the value of recourse to asset-backed securities? A clinical study of credit card banks. part 2 Gains from structured product markets: The case of reverse-exchangeable securities (RES)
Abstracts: What is value at risk? Steering a new profession. CoCo stirs it up
Abstracts: What is wrong with the World Wide Web?: a diagnosis of some problems and prescription of some remedies. Measuring consistency of web page design and its effects on performance and satisfaction
Abstracts: What it is and how to do it. The sole practitioner's other tale. Social accounting: a future need
Abstracts: What Ken can conjure up. Three cheers for UK plc. The smell of the greasepaint...
Abstracts: What kind of bank is CSOB? What kind of bank is Raiffeisenbank? What kind of bank is Citibank?
Abstracts: What kind of bank is Komercni Banka? Komercni Banka returned to profits. The loss of Komercni Banka grows
Abstracts: What kind of bank is Komercni Banka? What kind of bank is Zivnostenska Banka? What kind of bank is eBanka?
Abstracts: What kind of bank is Union Banka? Komercni Banka lowered loss in 2000. Zivnostenska Banka becomes profitable
Abstracts: What kind of bank is Union Banka? What kind of bank is eBanka? What kind of bank is Bank Austria?
Abstracts: What kind of bank is Zivnostenska Banka? Zivnobanka's owner expects help. Komercni Banka shuts down representative offices abroad
Abstracts: What kind of marketing culture exists in your service firm? An audit. Consumer perceptions of department store service: a lesson for retailers
Abstracts: What kind of marketing culture exists in your service firm? An audit. part 2 Marketing information and decision support systems for services
Abstracts: What makes an expert? What is the answer? In that case, what is the question? Mining for knowledge
Abstracts: What makes that little telephone ring? Paul Girolami low profile - high performance. Offers for sale - there must be a better way!
Abstracts: What managers should know about computer security. How to value a small business. A guide to the corporate audit report
Abstracts: What marketers look for in an exhibit supplier. Exhibit kicks off brand strategy. Trade shows: helping to drive the bottom line
Abstracts: What must be done. Investors see red as phones fail. Charting Hong Kong's financial future
Abstracts: What next for my finance function? Preparing for the audit committee. AIM to be the best
Abstracts: What Pension Mix Does Your Client Need? Provision and the divorced parent. Who do you turn to for advice?
Abstracts: What price a private company? Accounting for life assurance: truly fair or fairly true? Accounting for uncertainty
Abstracts: What price entertainment? Edelman tackles sports, entertainment 'convergence". The price of war
Abstracts: What price regulation? Vat '89. Inland Revenue Claims Branch
Abstracts: What price the pension scheme? Mastering the new financial instruments. Asset finance: a real choice
Abstracts: What's ahead for wholesale intermediation. Innovation in retail banking. What's ahead for retail intermediation
Abstracts: What's Ahead on the Internet. Can We Trust the Data of Online Research? Are Internet Panels Creating Professional Respondents?
Abstracts: What's all the fuss about? Don't do this to us, please. Will core global standards miss the boat?
Abstracts: What's all the fuss about? The real cost of stateside litigation. How much slack?
Abstracts: What's behind the Footsie's rise? Wall Street's valuation debate. UK market hopes for reversal of fortunes
Abstracts: What services marketers need to know about the mobility-disabled consumer. Service encounter problems: which service providers are more likely to be blamed?
Abstracts: What's happening in the public sector? The Financial Management Initiative - Is it working? A nod and a wink from the Treasury
Abstracts: What's hot. Trade fairs. Buying strategy
Abstracts: What should regulators do about consolidation and electronic money? FDICIA and bank capital
Abstracts: What's new
Abstracts: What's new in key telephone systems. Are you sitting comfortably? Photocopiers developing into colour
Abstracts: What's new. Nowhere to hide
Abstracts: What's new. Understanding the interest. Q&A
Abstracts: "What sort of soil do rhododendrons like?" - comparing customer and employee responses to requests for product-related information
Abstracts: What's pending for e-Invoicing? New dimensions for EIPP solutions. Cyber insurance still rare: companies are reluctant to add coverage given rising premiums
Abstracts: What's really new in the extenders legislation? Tax legislation outlook in 2000. What to expect for tax legislation in 1999
Abstracts: What's that you say? paying bills quickly really pays off? Eventually, the next cash management central? Taking advantage of extra clout at the bargaining table
Abstracts: What's under the red carpet? Focus on relationships. Target practice
Abstracts: What's wrong with efficient portfolios? A number puzzle. The dangers of risk
Abstracts: What the charts are telling us now. The weight of the world. Tightening the global monetary belt
Abstracts: What the Institute didn't tell you. Practical proposals. New Guide to Professional Ethics
Abstracts: What the last year of the telecommunication monopoly was like. A monopoly ends with a record profit
Abstracts: What the members want. A single market for audit. The changing role of the Institute as regulator
Abstracts: What the practitioners thought. Consultative Document: Exemptions from Standards on Grounds of Size or Public Interest: November 1994
Abstracts: What to buy and why. The best of both. Still grateful but not humble
Abstracts: What to do when it happens (and it will). The trouble with options. Career planning: a retrospective
Abstracts: What to expect at your biotech job interview. Changing talent needs to realize biotech products. Managing change in biotech: Startup and growth
Abstracts: What to expect when earnings reports arrive. Seitel Inc. - SEI. BE Aerospace
Abstracts: What to look for in in-house tax return software. IRS can't include barred income as accounting change. IRS modernization will mean more electronic filing and fewer audits
Abstracts: What to look for on Wall Street: a closer look at US equities. The age of selling out
Abstracts: What to propose (and what the Service will accept) for an offer in compromise. New, and tougher, disclosure tests imposed by IRS to avoid penalties
Abstracts: What type of process underlies options? A simple robust test. Are judgment errors reflected in market prices and allocations? Experimental evidence based on the Monty Hall problem
Abstracts: What use is 'how' now? Attacking a dangerously familiar model of reasoning can unlock the questions that we really need to answer
Abstracts: What waste of energy. Turn on the power. Power and the people
Abstracts: What we can learn from Japan. Down and out in Japan. The Japanese lesson
Abstracts: What will be required to guarantee the sustainability of U.S. agriculture in the 21st century? Henry A. Wallace, champion of a durable agriculture
Abstracts: What would it mean to live in Toryland? The party's over. Private equity: Locust or lifeline
Abstracts: What young accountants think of the Institute. The year ahead. Old hand steers young Hong Kong society to maturity
Abstracts: Wheeler's Southern Pecan Delicacies Gourmet Pecans. Tree of Life Natural Sliced Almonds. MaraNatha Nut Butters
Abstracts: Wheels for work: funding the company car policy. Wheels for work: towards a company car policy. Wheels for work: from Sierra to Saab
Abstracts: Wheels of fortune. Banking and stockbroking: banking on image. Banks
Abstracts: When a long shot is worth a shot. The protection racket. A rollercoaster ride
Abstracts: When and why did FSLIC resolve insolvent thrifts? Long-run estimates of technological change and scale economies in a dynamic framework: Australian permanent building societies, 1974-1990
Abstracts: When an inspector calls: why a visit from the JMU is really rather pleasant. Student recruitment in black and white
Abstracts: When a problem turns into a claim. Depreciation - a conceptual problem. Report design: handle with care
Abstracts: When are partnership allocations binding on the partners? Receiving a partnership profits interest for services is not (always) taxable
Abstracts: When buys don't count. Oxford Health Plans. What's next in tech?
Abstracts: When 'can do' is not enough. Three new from England's Astra Games. Return fire
Abstracts: When can you immunize a bond portfolio? Informational asymmetry and market imperfections: another solution to the equity premium puzzle
Abstracts: When consumers complain: a path analysis of the key antecedents of consumer complaint response estimates. On the meaning and measurement of religiosity in consumer research
Abstracts: When customers disappoint: a model of relational internal marketing and customer complaints. Customer relationship dynamics: service quality and customer loyalty in the context of varying levels of customer expertise and switching costs
Abstracts: When does the prime rate change? Switching costs and adverse selection in the market for credit cards: new evidence
Abstracts: When doing the right thing provides a pay-off. TRINIDAD: TESCO PRODUCTS A SUCCESS. UK: COMPETITION BETWEEN ONLINE SUPERMARKETS
Abstracts: When drop-outs turn into star performers. Investment's tablets of stone. A volatile model
Abstracts: When forecasting is unusually hazardous. Explaining the impulse to spend, spend, spend. Healthy profits
Abstracts: When genius falters. Gearing up for it. Credit where credit's due
Abstracts: When gloom is this deep there's little point in buying anything. Slowdown...what slowdown?
Abstracts: When growth and stability turned to disaster. Sizing up for the future. Taking a calculated risk
Abstracts: When inflation's not an issue, cyclicals should spring back. The losers bounce back
Abstracts: When investors eyes are smiling. Pool performances. The value of income
Abstracts: When is a business not a business? Exploiting business opportunities and enhancing economic returns by capitalizing on the income tax exemption of tax-exempt organizations
Abstracts: When is a cost really new? In anticipation of a maiden standard. Valuations in company accounts
Abstracts: When is a debt not a debt? Slowdown in project finance: not in Australasia. Financing for oil and gas projects is heating up
Abstracts: When is adjustment due to partners' retirement made? Dune writing case. Writing made easy
Abstracts: When is a lifting movement too asymmetric to identify low-back loading by 2-D analysis? Scaling of lifting forces in relation to object size in whole body lifting
Abstracts: When is an innocent spouse really innocent? Partnership distributions - the Treasury issues final regulations
Abstracts: When is a Web ad simply too costly? Finding the online fit in b-to-b sales process. Information deluge will change ad tides
Abstracts: When is it wrong to pay dividends? Room for manoeuvre. Bringing relief to oppressed minorities
Abstracts: When it pays to be outward-looking. Wall Street fruit pickers make juicy profits. Forget the feel-good, we want dosh
Abstracts: When liposuction turns into lobotomy. US M and A party is over. Merger giants set to make their mark in 2000
Abstracts: When money does not matter. Looking on the bright side. UK money supply: worrisome?
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