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  • MAMPANE, THABANG CHARLOTTE (2011-05-16)
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  • Essop, Zahir (2013-10-10)
    In line with the Pay-for-Performance model and agency theory this study examines whether executive compensation is reflective of firm performance in South Africa. South Africa presents a unique institutional context. It ...
  • Welham, Juliette Renate (2011-06-24)
    Investment analysts have long been preoccupied with the idea of predicting future returns based on historic share price performance or company values. To this end, Fama and French (1992) found in their acclaimed study ...
  • Eichstädt, Stephen Timothy (2011-04-06)
    The alignment of first-line supervisor competencies with the company strategy is critical for the first line supervisor to assist in making South African companies globally competitive. The purpose of the report was to ...
  • Jambo, Hellen Nancy (2011-04-18)
    This study carried out an analysis of the Malawi fiscal policy pro poor spending between 2004 and 2008 in relation to poverty reduction. The focus of the research was to investigate how much the three social pillars that ...
  • Frank, Natalie (2011-11-22)
    Intangible assets are becoming an increasing portion of the value of organisations. Consequently, to grow Shareholder Value, management need to focus on building intangible assets, rather than a concentration on tangibles. ...
  • Wambugu, Lydia W. (2011-06-24)
    This exploratory qualitative research systematically analyses the coping experiences of a group of refugee women from Burundi, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), rsiding in the western Tanzanian region ...
  • Mungur, Prakash (2011-05-30)
    The research problem consisted of unveiling the current forecasting practices in terms of techniques, processes, resources/functions in the manufacturing sector in Mauritius. The methodology consisted of sending a ...
  • Malebye, Morongwe (2011-11-03)
    The research investigated the application of the Neural Network (NN) technique in forecasting the All Share Index (ALSI) on the JSE Securities Exchange market. The ALSI was regressed with some of the market drivers: the ...
  • Desvaux de Marigny, Louis Jean Michel (2011-04-06)
    Africa is the poorest continent and attracts the least Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). The continent is plagued by civil wars, corruption, political and macroeconomic instability, small markets, declining infrastructure, ...
  • Pillay, Dayanithi (2011-06-08)
    This study sets out to identify the criteria that multi-banked corporate customers operating in South Africa use to decide which bank to allocate each foreign exchange deal to. The foreign exchange market is highly ...
  • Ramballie, Kerrbyn Clinton (2011-10-19)
    The proliferation of internet based trading sites has increased the ordinary citizen’s access to international financial markets. Several of these sites recommend technical trading methods such as the moving average for ...
  • Morar, Vinesh (2012-01-17)
    Foreign versus domestic investor returns performance was quantified and interpreted on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) equities market from 2007 to 2009, utilising a real-time high frequency intraday transactional ...
  • Munthree, Shantini (2011-07-14)
    Many prominent brands wane at the end of their brand life cycle. This research report analysed this phenomenon and whether an upscale line extension could assist to revitalise a stale brand. Research in beverages found ...
  • Kubheka, Miles (2011-05-10)
    The African continent is rich in resources, culture and history, but yet it is the poorest economically. “Whilst making up more than 25 per cent of the inflow to the developing world in 1970, Africa‟s figure for 1997 was ...
  • Maharaj, Kiren (2011-11-03)
    In the context of predicted positive economic growth in South for the next three years, the economic landscape will be characterised by a growth in investment in South Africa. Some of the investment will be underpinned by ...
  • Dixon, Sugnét (2011-04-04)
    Presently very little is known about techniques and tools available and effective during a process of strategising. Partly the problems reside in the normally macro level approach taken during investigations into ...
  • Solomon, Jacob (2011-06-15)
    Organisations have in recent times realised that they base their competitive advantage on knowledge. Knowledge in the form of people’s expertise is seen as an organisation’s greatest value creating asset. Tacit knowledge ...
  • Philippides, Christakis (2011-06-07)
    This research report focuses on the impact of framing on the degree of influence in business negotiations between South Africa and Ghana. Influence in negotiation establishes the foundation for future business that can ...
  • Marcus, Gilbert (Centre for Applied Legal Studies, 1985-06)

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