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  • Examining Risk Management and Risk Disclosures Practices in UK Public Companies

    Jiang, Nan (2008)
    Although the concepts of risk and risk management are not new in literature and managerial practice, it has only draw considerable attention recently. Linsley and Shrives (2006) suggest, "these attention has yet to be reflected in empirical research examining firms' risk reporting practices". This dissertation examines and discusses risk management and risk disclosures practices of fifteen UK listed companies from three different industries, over a period of five years from financial year 200...

    A qualitative study to discover the future scope and barriers towards facilitating animals-assisted therapy (AAT)for autisitic children in Macau (China)

    This qualitative study seeks to discover the future scope of developing animal-assisted therapy (AAT) in Macau (China) based on the local parents’ perspectives. Social aversion in children with autism tends to be human-specific thus does not take into account of therapy animals, which can offer calming and nonjudgmental support thus enhancing and encouraging social interactions in children with autism. The aims of this paper include evaluating current evidence on how AAT can support the domai...

    Seeing the landscape for the trees: metrics to guide riparian shade management in river catchments

    Rising water temperature (Tw) due to anthropogenic climate change may have serious consequences for river ecosystems. Conservation and/or expansion of riparian shade could counter warming and buy time for ecosystems to adapt. However, sensitivity of river reaches to direct solar radiation is highly heterogeneous in space and time, so benefits of shading are also expected to be site specific. We use a network of high-resolution temperature measurements from two upland rivers in the UK, in conj...

    Vehicle Routing Problem with Intermediate Facilities

    In the search for efficiency as one of the main means to be an important player in the current globalized markets, a procedure is developed in this research trying to identify potential benefits of including intermediate facilities for the delivery stage of a distribution system. The specific purpose is to improve the efficiency of a vehicle which has to serve several clients in a region and for this a heuristic is developed. This procedure has as base a heuristic to solve the p-median proble...

    CONSUMER PREFERENCE OF DOMESTIC VERSUS FOREIGN BRANDED CLOTHING IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY: THE CASE OF TURKEY

    The focus of this dissertation is to analyse the attitudes of Turkish women who belongs to different age groups when purchasing domestic and foreign branded clothing. The effect of country of origin, brand versus country of origin, country image, brand image, ethnocentrism and conspicuous consumption have been evaluated in order to understand consumers' preferences of foreign versus domestic brands in clothing. To conduct this study literature review and interview methodology has been us...
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