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Reports from the Recipients of the 2021 Awards Report
页数: 15-16, 2022
Authors:  JOSHUA PARR EHRLICH
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无权访问的条目 Journal article
Authors:  Hu,Bi Ying;  Wu,Zhongling;  Kong,Zhaowei
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Struggling in Im/mobility: Discursive Practices of Macao’s Mainland Chinese Migrant Labourers’ Moments on WeChat during Covid-19 Journal article
Communication, Culture & Critique, 2022
Authors:  Ju, B.;  Dai, H. M.;  Sandel, T. L.
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Social Media Discourse  Emotions  Social-cultural Approach  Essential Workers  Covid-19  
Do AI-powered mutual funds perform better? Journal article
Finance Research Letters, 2022,Volume: 47,Issue: Part A,Page: 102616
Authors:  Chen, Rui;  REN, Jinjuan
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Artificial Intelligence  Mutual Fund Performance  Behavioral Biases  
Constructional Borrowing From English in Hong Kong Cantonese Journal article
Frontiers in Communication, 2022,Volume: 7,Page: 1-13
Authors:  Chan, Brian Hok-Shing
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Cantonese-english Contact  Code-mixing/code-switching  Constructional Borrowing  Lexical Borrowing  Structural Borrowing  Translanguaging  
English Textbook Selection in Taiwan: Voices of Two Book Sales Representatives Journal article
Education Research International, 2022,Volume: 2022
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds;  Xuan Van Ha;  Melissa H. Yu
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Is inhibition of financialization the sub-effect of the green credit policy? Evidence from China Journal article
Finance Research Letters, 2022
Authors:  Jiang, Pengcheng;  Jiang, Hongli;  Wu, Jiahui
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Difference-in-difference  Financialization  Green Credit Guidelines  
Ontological (In)Security and Neoliberal Governmentality: Explaining Australia’s China Emergency Journal article
Australian Journal of Politics and History, 2021,Volume: 67,Issue: 3-4,Page: 454-473
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin;  Hagström, Linus
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Australia-china Relations  Australian Foreign Policy  China Threat  Ontological Security  Neoliberalism  Governmentality  
Firm life cycle and trade credit Journal article
Financial Review, 2021,Volume: 56,Issue: 4,Page: 743-771
Authors:  Hasan, Mostafa Monzur;  Cheung, Adrian;  Tunas, Lidia;  Kot, Hung Wan
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Financing Constraints  Firm Life Cycle  Profitability  Trade Credit  
Project-Level Disclosure and Investment Efficiency: Evidence From China Journal article
Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 2021,Volume: 36,Issue: 4,Page: 854-880
Authors:  Chen, Jean Jinghan;  Cheng, Xinsheng;  Gong, Stephen X.;  Tan, Youchao
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China  Corporate Disclosure  Corporate Governance  Investment Efficiency  Project-level Disclosure