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Differences in the reported performances of foreign-controlled and domestically-controlled firms : some UK evidence
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1999-07)
This study provides empirical evidence on the relative performances of Foreign Controlled Domestic Companies operating in the United Kingdom as compared to those of United Kingdom Controlled Domestic Dompanies. One hundred ...
International transfer pricing : a survey of practices, tax-audit, and strategies for managing tax uncertainty by foreign owned subsidiaries in New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Centre of Accounting Education and Research, 2004-05)
International Transfer Pricing (ITP) tax guidelines and regulations have been recentlyintroduced in New Zealand. These guidelines allow a number of transfer pricing methods.This paper examines international transfer pricing ...
The ongoing debate over export performance : an investigation of New Zealand small industrial firms
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1998-10)
The purpose of this study is to examine differences between low vs. high-performance exporters. For this purpose, the effects of selected firm-related and export strategy-related variables on three selected measures of ...
Quantification of phytosanitary barriers to trade
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1998-09)
The Sanitary Phytosanitary Code (SPS) is an effort to reduce the technical barriers to trade created by phytosanitary regulations, or trade barriers related to plant and animal health. A key feature of SPS is risk assessment ...
Public sector reform in the Asia-Pacific
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1998-10)
The world recessionary period of the 1980's forced many governments to re-evaluate their economic management strategies. Today, existing strategies are being supplanted by a belief that economic growth is best achieved by ...
Opening up to foreign competition : an analysis of Indian durable consumer goods industry
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1999-04)
We examine the most likely strategy of product differentiation by newly entering multinational firms when market reforms begin in a developing economy. We argue that incumbents in a non-contestable protected market do not ...