Items where Department is "College of Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences > Bangor Business School" and Year is 2016

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Alsakka, R. and ap Gwilym, O. and Vu, H. (2016) Differences of opinion in sovereign credit signals during the European crisis. European Journal of Finance. (In Press)

Armitage, S. and Haig, A. and Hodgkinson, L. (2016) Is an investing institution one shareholder or a collection of separate funds? Corporate Governance: An International Review. DOI: 10.1111/corg.12159

Ashton, J.K. (2016) Add-on goods and contingent charges. How behavioural economics has affected the regulation of Overdraft and Payment Protection Insurance markets. Review of Behavioral Finance. DOI: 10.1108/RBF-11-2015-0046 (In Press)


Cardias Williams, Maria de Fatima (2016) Corporate Governance and Executive Renumeration in Banking. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.


Ebrahim, M.S. and Jaafar, A. and Omar, F.A. and Salleh, M.O. (2016) Can Islamic Injunctions Indemnify the Structural Flaws of Securitized Debt? Journal of Corporate Finance. (In Press)


Klusak, Patrycja (2016) THe impact of recent regulatory reforms of the rating industry. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.


Merkl-Davies, D. and Brennan, N. (2016) A Theoretical Framework of External Accounting Communication: Research Perspectives, Traditions, and Theories. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal. (In Press)


Papur Arholiad - Exam Paper, Papur Arholiad - Exam Paper (2016) Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice - ASB-3211 - Ysgol Busnes Bangor | Bangor Business School - Semester 2 - 2016. [Teaching Resource]


Qi, M. and Carbo-Valverde, S. and Rodriguez-Fernandez, F. (2016) The diffusion pattern of non-cash payments: evidence from China. International Journal of Technology Management, 70 (1). pp. 44-57. DOI: 10.1504/IJTM.2016.074652

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