Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce
The Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce provides teaching, research and professional services in the areas of Accounting, Business Management & Law, Economics, Finance, Marketing and Property.
The faculty has a high research profile and a proven ability to work closely with industry, government, professional bodies and other end users.
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Volatility spillovers between stock market and hedge funds: Evidence from Asia Pacific region (MDPI, 2022-09)This paper investigates the nature of volatility spillovers between stock returns and hedge funds returns in twelve Asia Pacific countries in the 1997–2018 period. The sample period encompasses sub periods, 1997 Asia ...
Gender-sensitive Risks and Options Assessment for Decision making (ROAD) to support WiF2 (CEDIL (Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning), 2023-04)The Gender-Sensitive Risks and Options Assessment for Decision Making (ROAD) to Support WiF-2 (ROAD migration project), a partnership coordinated by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Australian ...
Corruption, remittances, and public goods: A unified framework (Wiley on behalf of Trustees of the Bulletin of Economic Research, 2023-03-31)Remittances are an important source of income for the very countries afflicted by high levels of corruption. However, corruption undermines the development potential of remittances. With this in mind, we propose policy ...
Impact of farmer group participation on the adoption of sustainable farming practices—Spatial analysis of New Zealand dairy farmers (John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of Edgard Milhaud Foundation, 2022-12-07)This paper analyzes the impact of participation in farmer groups on dairy farmers’ adoption of sustainable farming practices in New Zealand. A spatial propensity score matching method is used to consider the spatial ...
Do consumers care about environmentally sustainable attributes along the food supply chain? —A systematic literature review (AIMS Press, 2023-04-27)The agri-food market has shown a clear signal of "green" consumption that drives an increasing interest in studying consumers' willingness to pay (WTP) for food products with environmentally sustainable attributes, such ...