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This homepage is primarily dedicated to students and academic research.
You can look up a Finance term by connecting to Campbell R Harvey's glossary or Investopedia. A more general glossary can be found at Dictionary.com. A site that explains finance concepts in some detail but in a jargon-free language is Financialized.
Visitors to this website are also encouraged to check out the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index which measures the adequacy, sustainability and integrity of a country's pension system.
Those interested in publishing in academic journals are invited to read 'Empowering Yourself to Publish in International Refereed Journals'. A sample cover letter to editor, reply to reviewers, and reply to a rejection can be accessed here.
RESEARCH DEGREE STUDENTS
Those wishing to apply for PhD studies at the UQ Business School need to forward inquiries to email@example.com.
If you are in the process of preparing an application to enrol in a Masters by research or a Ph.D. degree, please see the suggested Preliminary Research Proposal Outline BEFORE you send in your application. Make sure you also check your school's specific requirements.
If you are a postgraduate student starting a Masters or Ph.D. program, you may want to read Starting and Finishing Your Research Degree.
Ph.D. and Masters by research students should consult their principal supervisors for the preferred presentation style as well as the university's general guidelines. Postgraduate students should find out about their school's referencing guidelines before writing up their theses.
Here is another link you may find useful: 'Writing tips for PhD students'.
DATA ENVELOPMENT ANALYSIS (DEA)
[If you use DEA in your work place please send me an email.] firstname.lastname@example.org
This homepage also mirrors links to DEA. DEA is a non-parametric technique that allows measurement of relative efficiency of decision-making units (DMUs). DMUs can be banks, university departments, general practices, supermarkets, real estate agents, hotels and so on. DEA allows you to identify the potential improvements that can be made in each DMU, as well as identify those DMUs that can be regarded as benchmarks.
The of the DEA book, Productivity Analysis in the Service Sector with Data Envelopment Analysis, has been available since early May 2006. Here you can read more about the book and download it. The book is no longer supported by the author(s).
You can also download data by clicking on the relevant links below. I have endeavoured to provide the data used in the chapters I have written. If the data you are looking for are not here, they are either already reproduced in the book or are in the care of the other contributors to the book (see footnotes to chapters for individuals' email addresses).
Chapter 2 - Chapter 3 - Chapter 4 - Chapter 5 - Chapter 6 Model 1 - Chapter 6 Model 2 - Chapter 6 Model 3 Win1 - Chapter 6 Model3Win2 - Chapter 6 Model3Win 3 - Chapter 6 Model3Win4 - Chapter 6 Model3Win5 - Chapter 6 Model3Win 6 - Chapter 9 Transport - Chapter 9 Pensions - Chapter 13 - Chapter 14
Any errors discovered after printing of the book will be posted here.
Data used in the paper published in the Journal of Banking and Finance [1999, 23(7), pp.991-1013] can be downloaded here; Australian Bank Data for 1995.
You can make a quick start to your DEA project by following this checklist.
An informative DEA site is maintained by Ali Emrouznejad.
CEPA, Centre for Efficiency & Productivity Analysis, provides a portal for working papers, grants and expertise in this area.
MY UniEVALUATION WEBSITE
My UniEvaluation is designed to bring flexibility to student decision-making in the form of ability to easily compare universities against each other on multiple criteria.
Reports generated rank universities on key performance indicators (KPIs) to be selected by students and pre-selected university resource variables. The relative performance analysis behind this website benchmarks a university against others in Australia by distinguishing those who are more successful in converting their given inputs (resource variables) to outputs (measures of outcomes desired by students or KPIs).
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