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Publications:
A Penny for Your Thoughts: Can Participation in a Student-Industry Conference Improve Students’ Presentation Self-Efficacy and More?

This paper details the empirical evidence as to whether students’ participation in this Student-Industry Conference improved their self-efficacy, particularly in terms of their communication skills.

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The Building of a Professional: Creating Greater Career Identity within a Degree

Research into the affect of a program to systematically develop students’ generic capabilities to assist them in their studies and chosen professional careers

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Numeracy of First Year Commerce Students: Preliminary Analysis of an Intervention

Implementation of a maths aptitude test followed by maths workshops to assist with basic maths skills. We find that this is predictive of students’ performance.

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The Art of Tax Reform: What Tax Reforms should be Introduced to Assist the Australian Arts Sector?

This article reports on an Australian survey of taxpayers, particularly those involved in the arts, opinions of possible tax reforms.

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The Importance of Self: Developing Students’ Self Efficacy Through Work Integrated Learning

This paper describes a WIL program in an undergraduate degree in partnership with industry which has assisted students with improving their self efficacy.

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I Am What I Am, Am I? The Development of Self-efficacy through Work Integrated Learning

This investigated whether participation in work integrated learning off-campus improves business students' self-efficacy.

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The Commerce of Dance: A Postmodern Analysis of the Firm’s Role in Shaping Dance in Brisbane

This paper adopts a historical post modern paradigm to consider what role commerce had in the development of dance between 1926 and 1960 in Brisbane, Australia.

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Published online: July 3, 2014

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