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Business and Law Research Highlights - February

Thursday, 02 March 2017

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Dr Mehran Nejati

Dr Mehran Nejati, MBA Director and Senior Lecturer has had his paper, Leading by Example: The Influence of Ethical Supervision on Students’ Prosocial Behavior accepted for publication in Higher Education (an ABDC A-ranked journal).

The research focusses on universities and their goal to produce socially responsible graduates to in turn create a better society. The current case study in this research looks into how the positive role of academic supervisors at higher education can influence this.

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Professor Craig Standing, Dr Susan Standing and Dr Reza Kiani Mavi

Professor Craig Standing, Dr Susan Standing and Dr Reza Kiani Mavi have had their paper, The Paradoxes of Telehealth: a Review of the Literature 2000–2015 published in Systems Research and Behavioral Science (an ABDC A-ranked journal).

Focussing on teleheath literature from the year 2000 to 2015, the research highlights issues in extracting value from telehealth activities and calls for a focussed research agenda on telehealth to provide clear findings on the benefits including cost saving and patient benefits.

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Professor Zhaoyong Zhang

Professor Zhaoyong Zhang and external colleagues has had their research, Does news matter in China's foreign exchange market? Chinese RMB volatility and public information arrivals, published in the International Review of Economics & Finance.

The paper looks into the impact of public information flows on the Chinese Renminbi to the US dollar (RMB-USD) exchange rates, non-deliverable forward and features markets.

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