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  • Jonathan Liong | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    School of Business Alumnus edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Economics Finance Economic History and 1 more Financial Economics edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send

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  • Emila Sadraei | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    edit Edit Done Editing Papers A field study of the requirements engineering practice in Australian software industry more by Emila Sadraei Publication Date Jan 1 2007 Publication Name Requirements Engineering Download pdf View on dx doi org Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section profile views document views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click

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  • Mark Wilson | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    edit Other Affiliations edit delete University of NSW at ADFA School of Engineering and Information Technology Graduate Student Add Affiliation Research Interests Business edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and

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    Systems in Bangladesh more by Al Nahian Riyadh Electronic finance is one of the newest financial innovations which offers numerous benefits for financial institutions clients and government In the last couple of years large numbers of financial institutions have been offering more Electronic finance is one of the newest financial innovations which offers numerous benefits for financial institutions clients and government In the last couple of years large numbers of financial institutions have been offering e finance services through Internet and websites around the world The implementation and development of e finance seems to be smoother in developed countries than in developing countries such as Bangladesh The Government of Bangladesh is taking initiatives for developing e finance This paper investigates the present status of e finance in Bangladesh and its impact on the economy its rationale together with policy strategies for the successful implementation of e finance in Bangladesh More Info Accepted for publication in Vol 30 No 1 June 2009 of The Journal of Business Studies Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka Dhaka 1000 Bangladesh Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on

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  • Al Nahian Riyadh | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    of Electronic Finance Systems in Bangladesh more by Al Nahian Riyadh Electronic finance is one of the newest financial innovations which offers numerous benefits for financial institutions clients and government In the last couple of years large numbers of financial institutions have been offering more Electronic finance is one of the newest financial innovations which offers numerous benefits for financial institutions clients and government In the last couple of years large numbers of financial institutions have been offering e finance services through Internet and websites around the world The implementation and development of e finance seems to be smoother in developed countries than in developing countries such as Bangladesh The Government of Bangladesh is taking initiatives for developing e finance This paper investigates the present status of e finance in Bangladesh and its impact on the economy its rationale together with policy strategies for the successful implementation of e finance in Bangladesh More Info Accepted for publication in Vol 30 No 1 June 2009 of The Journal of Business Studies Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka Dhaka 1000 Bangladesh Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section profile views document views followers Log In Log In

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  • Kelvin Ren | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Affiliation Research Interests Corporate Finance International Economics East Asia FTA China Japan Polticial economy and 5 more International Politics Anime Studies Managment Strategic Consulting and Marketing Strategy edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you

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  • Justin O'Brien | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Faculty of Law Faculty Member edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Corporate Social Responsibility Corporate Law Financial Regulation and 1 more Political Trials edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with

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    P Molesworth B R C Hatfield J 2012 Impairment of a Speed Management Strategy in Young Drivers under High Cognitive Workload Accident Analysis and Prevention 47 24 29 View on sciencedirect com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Repairing faulty scripts to reduce speeding behaviour in young drivers more by Prasannah Prabhakharan Background Young drivers under the age of 25 throughout the world continue to be over represented in motor vehicle accidents WHO 2007 A contributing factor to a large number of these motor vehicle accidents is speeding Reducing more Background Young drivers under the age of 25 throughout the world continue to be over represented in motor vehicle accidents WHO 2007 A contributing factor to a large number of these motor vehicle accidents is speeding Reducing drivers tendency to speed remains a challenge In aviation one method that has yielded positive results in terms of improving pilots risk management behaviour involves engaging pilots cognitively in the task Molesworth et al 2006 This type of training is hypothesized to repair faulty cognitive structures known as scripts Therefore the main aim of the present research was to examine the utility of a training program where drivers are actively engaged following a driving episode by giving them personalised feedback in order to reduce their tendency to speed Method 58 young 16 24 years motorists were divided into four groups All participants completed both a training session followed by a test session one week apart Training consisted of either reading three accident cases involving speeding cases with rules associated with the offence a simulated drive with personalised post drive feedback regarding speeding and its legal ramifications or a card sorting task control The main dependent variables were percentage of distance speeding and frequency of zone violations during the simulated drive in the

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