Vol. 11 Nbr. 3, May 2011
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- A Welcome Note.
- Sustainable accounting and firm survival: an empirical examination of Thai listed firms.
- How effective are economic sanctions as a mean of control of state behavior?
- America's freight railroads: thirty years after the Staggers Act.
- Retaliation against whistle-blowers: an integration and typology.
- A study of congruence of the behavior of follower fit with leadership style that affect work performance.
- A comparative analysis of the US and Japan FDI in Thailand.
- State guaranty fund system and price implications.
- The portrayal of overweight persons by television commercials in the United States: an examination.
- When is pure ethanol attractive as a fuel option? Quantifying the gasoline vs ethanol dilemma faced by consumers in Brazil.
- MAS sophistication and decision making performance: evidence from foods exporting businesses in Thailand.
- Do affiliated former audit partners need to 'cool-off' before joining an audit committee? Nonprofessional investors speak.
- Audit professional learning, accounting outcome: effects on stakeholder creditability and audit performance of tax auditors in Thailand.
- Examining the long-term performance of tarp firms.
- How does internal control effectiveness create reliability of financial reporting? An empirical research of Thai listed firms.
- Capital concentration and value of the Brazilian companies.
- Emotional intelligence quotient, professional practice and job success: empirical research in the stock exchange in Thailand.
- The effect of cash flow added (CVA) on annual stock prices in Amman stock exchange.
- Examining the effect of trust, procedural justice, perceived organizational support, commitment, and job satisfaction in Royal Thai police: the empirical investigation in social exchange perspective.
- Friend or foe? Individual donor reaction to form 990's new governance disclosures.
- The impact of accounting changes on accounting information efficiency and firm image: an empirical research of Thai-listed firms.
- Executive perquisites, excess compensation, and pay for performance.