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Racialized Gendering Of The Accountancy Profession: Toward An Understanding Of Chinese Women's Experiences In Accountancy In New Zealand, Soon Nam Kim Jan 2002

Racialized Gendering Of The Accountancy Profession: Toward An Understanding Of Chinese Women's Experiences In Accountancy In New Zealand, Soon Nam Kim

Faculty of Commerce - Papers (Archive)

In the last two decades or so there has been lively academic and political debate about the continued gendering process ofthe accountancy profession. Less attention, however, has been given to the impact of racialization of the accountancy profession on the lives of ethnic minorities and even less attention to ethnic minority women. Yet a growing body of evidence has forced critical researchers to clarify the additional barriers to success ethnic minority women face in the accountancy profession due to a confluence ofrace/ethnicity and gender/sex discrimination. This study of Chinese women accountants' experiences in New Zealand demonstrates that because ...


Market Efficiency And The Returns To Simple Technical Trading Rules: New Evidence From U.S. Equity Market And Chinese Equity Markets, Gary Gang Tian, Guang Hua Wan, Mingyuan Guo Jan 2002

Market Efficiency And The Returns To Simple Technical Trading Rules: New Evidence From U.S. Equity Market And Chinese Equity Markets, Gary Gang Tian, Guang Hua Wan, Mingyuan Guo

Faculty of Commerce - Papers (Archive)

Numerous studies in the finance literature have investigated technical analysis to determine its validity as an investment tool. This study is an attempt to explore whether some forms of technical analysis can predict stock price movement and make excess profits based on certain trading rules in markets with different efficiency level. To avoid using arbitrarily selected 26 trading rules as did by Brock, Lakonishok and LeBaron (1992) and later by Bessembinder and Chan (1998), this paper examines predictive power and profitability of simple trading rules by expanding their universe of 26 rules to 412 rules. In order to find out ...