As announced by Conference Chair, Professor Stephen Boyle at Conference Dinner, 8 papers have received Best Paper Award. We congratulate all the awardees for their significant research contributions which impressed the Best Paper Award Committee to have selected 8 full-fledged research papers out of more than 100 considered for this prestigious award. Listed below are the titles of the papers and the names and institutional affiliations of authors that received the Best Paper Award:
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Proceedings: ACBSS 2015 Sydney - Best Papers
DOES AFFECTIVE COMMITMENT POSITIVELY PREDICT EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE? EVIDENCE FROM BANKING INDUSTRY IN BANGLADESH
EMPLOYMENT LEAKAGE BY LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY, AUSTRALIA: THE ROLES OF INDUSTRIES, INCLUDING MINING
Volatility and Co-movement: An Analysis of Stock markets Behaviour of Selected Emerging and Developed Countries during the GFC.
NOT ALL SMOOTH SAILING: BARRIERS TO SMALL BUSINESS SUCCESS FOR OWNER/MANAGERS FROM MIDDLE EASTERN COMMUNITIES IN MELBOURNE