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Volume 50, Number 1, March 2010

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Cash flow disaggregation and the prediction of future earnings
pp. 1-30(30)
Authors: Arthur, Neal; Cheng, Marco; Czernkowski, Robert

The determinants of corporate sustainability performance
pp. 31-51(21)
Authors: Artiach, Tracy; Lee, Darren; Nelson, David; Walker, Julie

Underwriter reputation, earnings management and the long-run performance of initial public offerings
pp. 53-78(26)
Authors: Chang, Shao-Chi; Chung, Tsai-Yen; Lin, Wen-Chun

Private equity bids in Australia: an exploratory study
pp. 79-102(24)
Authors: Chapple, Larelle; Clarkson, Peter M.; King, Jesse J.

Persistence and the four-factor model in the Australian funds market: a note
pp. 103-119(17)
Authors: Humphrey, Jacquelyn E.; O’Brien, Michael A.

Does accounting conservatism pay?
pp. 121-142(22)
Authors: Iyengar, Raghavan J.; Zampelli, Ernest M.

Size and momentum in European equity markets: empirical findings from varying beta Capital Asset Pricing Model
pp. 143-169(27)
Authors: Karathanasis, George; Kassimatis, Konstantinos; Spyrou, Spyros

Innate and discretionary accruals quality and corporate governance
pp. 171-195(25)
Authors: Kent, Pamela; Routledge, James; Stewart, Jenny

Interaction of size, book-to-market and momentum effects in Australia
pp. 197-219(23)
Authors: O’Brien, Michael A.; Brailsford, Tim; Gaunt, Clive

Voluntary disclosure of operating income
pp. 221-239(19)
Authors: Wong, Jilnaught; Wong, Norman

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