Accounting and Business Review
Volume 1, number 1 January 1994

Contents

Frederick D. S. CHOI
International accounting standards : a capital markets perspective.
David OTLEY Lemonia HANNAKIS and R. Murray LINDSAY
Influence in budgeting, locus of control and organizational effectiveness : cultural differences.
Randall S SCHULER
World class HR departments : six critical issues.
LIM Chong-Yah
Economic theory and economic reality.
Gillian H.H. YEO, Pearl H.N. TAN and Teck-Meng TAN
Accounting for compound financial instruments under exposure draft E40.
John J. WILLIAMS and Nanda RANGAN
Regulating accounting change : issues, conflicts and implications of E40.
Chye-Tee GOH and Hian-Chye KOH
Internal auditors' job satisfaction : an empirical study of its components and determinants.
Soon-Beng CHEW and Yong CAO
Tax reforms in a small open-economy : issues and prospects for Singapore.
Sock-Yong PHANG and Rex S. TOH
The UNCTAD liner code : a dead letter ?
A. J. BRILOFF comments
Special case report : the Guarantee Security Life Insurance Company of Florida case study.
See-Liang FOO, Branson C. H. KWOK, Min-Keong CHONG, Gee-Yeong CHOW and Elizabeth HO
Pricing of options on Eurodollar futures - an empirical study on the Singapore International Monetary Exchange.

BOOK REVIEWS
Development and underdevelopment, by Chong-Yah LIM
Reviewed by Lester C. THUROW & Hans DULLER
Auditing in Singapore - an integrated approach, by A. A. Arens, J. K. Loebbecke and K.B. Ambanpola
Reviewed by Joanne S. W. TAY

Accounting and Business Review
Volume 1, number 2 July 1994

Contents

Lee D. PARKER
The case for field studies in management and accounting : towards informed policy and practice Asia.
Ian ZIMMER
Determinants of equity accounting disclosures.
NG Eng-Juan
A commentary on "determinants of equity accounting disclosures".
LIM Chong-Yah
Which nations will dominate the world ? A review article on Lester Thurow's "Head to head".
Philip M. BOOTH
The single European market in insurance : the free movement of capital and the ERM.
CHUNG Lai-Hong
Interacting groups versus composites in accounting : a contingency model.
HAN Kang-Hong
Value-added productivity
TAN Kok-Hui and Keshab SHRESTHA
Stock market microstructure and extended trading hours : an analysis on the Stock Exchange of Singapore.
NEO Boon-Siong and Arthur Lee GILBERT
Business process re-engineering : conceptual antecedents and current practice.
Peter LEE and Pearl TAN
Hedge accounting : an evaluation and illustration of the guidelines of exposure draft 48
KWA Bing Seng, CHUA Teow-Tzing, Fontaine LIU, Wan CHEW-YOONG and Gillian YEO
Flying the turbulent skies : the Singapore Airlines story

BOOK REVIEWS
Globalization of the Jakarta Stock Exchange, by R. Chia, M. Usman, S. Condokusumo, and K. C. Cheong
Reviewed by Gerald YIP
Foundations of financial markets and institutions, by F.J. Fabozzi, F. Modigliani, and M. G. Ferri
Reviewed by Branson C.H. KWOK

Accounting and Business Review
Volume 2, number 1 January 1995

Contents

John W EICHENSEHER
Additional factors in audit pricing - new evidence from Malaysia.
John A BRIERLEY and Stuart TURLEY
The organisational turnover intentions of Chartered Accountants : a test of a causal model/
Michael FIRTH, Branson KWOK C H, LIAU-TAN Chee Keng and Gillian YEO H H
Accurancy of profit forecasts contained in IPO prospectuses
John Joseph WILLIAMS and LIU Ming Hua
Budget participation and satisfaction : the influence of managerial interactions and task uncertainity
FOO See Liang, Gerard A FRANCIS and TAN How Joo
A study of returns, risk and changes in trading characteristics on transition of stocks from SESDAQ to the main board of SES
Markus J MILNE and Ralph W ADLER
Learning to learn in an undergraduate management accounting course : some instructors' experiences.
Cheryl TAY and ANG Soon
Managing information technology amoung audit knowledge workers : a critical incident analysis
Luis Ma R CALINGO, Anne LEONG Y M, CHIA May Ping and Haslina Bte MOHAMED
Achieving total quality management through ISO 9000 : a research note.

BOOK REVIEWS
Report of the flexible wage system review committee, by Lim C Y
Reviewed by Irene CHEW
Human resource management for Southeast Asia, by D Torrington and Tan C H
Reviewed by J B CUNNINGHAM
Global disasters : inquiries into management ethics, by R.R. Allinson
Reviewed by LEONG K S

Accounting and Business Review
Supplement December 1995 China Business Review

Contents

Tom WANG
Exploring human resources management in China- the experience of a MNC...........................1
YANG Mu, John J. WILLIAMS, CAO Yong
Resurrecting Shanghai for the 21st Century : the shift in China's regional economic strategies...11
Aimin YAN
The formation dynamics of US-China manufacturing joint ventures...........................................31
WU Ying
Two-tier system of bank credit in China......................................................................................51
SU Yong
The challenge of business ethics to chinese enterprises under the market economy...................65
LOW Aik-Meng, NG Eng-Juan, ZHONG Tianli
Cash flow statements : a comparison between the China exposure draft and the Singapore standard..71
CAO Feng Qi
Entrepreneurial managers in China's enterprise reform............................................................81
SHI Yuwei
Selecting strategic windows when there are too many : strategic management in emerging markets..91

Asia Business Law Review
Number 1 January 1993

Contents

ARTICLES
Takeovers and mergers in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.........................................3
International commercial dispute resolution through arbitration...........................................9
Ship financing documentation.............................................................................................21
Enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Indonesia...........................................................29
Recent developments on Anton Piller Orders.....................................................................32

FORUM
Enforcement of foreign judgements : Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Australia
and the People's Republic of China.....................................................................................35

INTERVIEW
Hong Kong and beyong : An interview with Victor Chu.....................................................45

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY
Auditors' liability to third parties.........................................................................................48
The clearing of non-transferable cheques............................................................................57
How computers work..........................................................................................................61
Globalisation : significance and implications for Singapore.................................................65

CURRENT LAW
Case comments
Lorrain Esme Osman v Elders Finance Asia Ltd : When does a corporate moneylender
need a licence ? ..................................................................................................................68
China & South Sea Bank Ltd v Tan Soon Gin : Mortgagee's exercies of power of sale.....73
Hong Leong Finance Ltd v Tay Keow Neo : Undue influence and director-sureties..........78
Legislation comments
Limitation (Amendment) Act 1992 : Pirelli's passing..........................................................81
Update
Cases....................................................................................................................................83
Legislation............................................................................................................................88
Tax.......................................................................................................................................89

BOOKS
Book reviews.......................................................................................................................92
Books received....................................................................................................................94

Asia Business Law Review
Number 2 July 1993

Contents

ARTICLES
Doing business in Vietnam : the legal aspects........................................................................3
Doing business in Vietnam : the commerical aspects............................................................10
Loan documentation : borrower's perspective.......................................................................17
Strategies and defences in hostile takeovers..........................................................................26

FORUM
Enforcement of foreign judgements in Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Taiwan,
Philippines and Hong Kong..................................................................................................33
Enforcement of foreign judgements in Asia : an overview...................................................46

INTERVIEW
Australian perspectives of arbitration in Asia.......................................................................49

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY
Insider trading : when can directors deal ? ...........................................................................53
Audit committees : purposes and practical implications........................................................64
How software is created.......................................................................................................75

CURRENT LAW
Case comments
Re charge card : problems, practice and statutory reversal..................................................82
Chua Kien How v Goodwealth Trading Pte Ltd & Anor : winding up on the just and
equitable ground..................................................................................................................87
Legislation comments
Interpretation (Amendment) Act 1993 : flood of light or an exercise in futility...................91
Update
Cases...................................................................................................................................94
Legislation...........................................................................................................................98

BOOKS
Book reviews......................................................................................................................100
Notes...................................................................................................................................101
Books received....................................................................................................................101

Asia Business Law Review
Number 3 January 1994

Contents

ARTICLES
Doing business in Cambodia : the commercial and legal realities..........................................3
Doing business in Laos : developing commercial law - starting over.....................................8
Dragon bonds : the development of a regional capital market..............................................14
Wide and equal access to information in takeover bids........................................................23
Legal and practical issues of scripless trading......................................................................29
International commercial dispute resolution through arbitration - II.....................................38

FORUM
Establishing transnational joint ventures : commerical and practical issues for lawyers.......52
International joint ventures in South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia....................56

INTERVIEW
Indochina in transition............................................................................................................66

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY
Judicial management : entrepreneur's dream, practitioner's nightmare..................................70
Computers, communications and convergence : how businesses use communicating
computers...............................................................................................................................76

NEWSBRIEF
Newsbrief...............................................................................................................................82

CURRENT LAW
Case comments
Bungling directors, negligent auditors and contributory negligence : AWA Ltd v Daniels...84
Disclosure requirements and enforceability of off-shore commercial loans in Indonesia :
two decades of judicial uncertainty.....................................................................................88
Legislation comments
Minority shareholder protection : major changes under Singapore law...............................90
Update
Cases...................................................................................................................................94
Legislation............................................................................................................................98
Tax.......................................................................................................................................99

BOOKS
Book reviews.....................................................................................................................104
Books received...................................................................................................................106

Asia Business Law Review
Number 5 July 1994

Contents

ARTICLES
Doing business in India : the current climate........................................................................3
Legal opinions in international finance : some pointers.........................................................9
China's new company law : an overview............................................................................14

FORUM
International joint ventures in China, Malaysia and New Zealand.......................................21

INTERVIEW
China through western eyes................................................................................................30

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY
Money laundering : setting up an effective compliance system..........................................34
Are equity profits distributable as dividends ? : accountants and lawyer's perspectives.....40

NEWSBRIEF

Newsbrief................................................................................................................50

CURRENT LAW
Case comments
Parallel imports and the Copyright Act in Singapore : PP v Teoh Ai Nee & Anor.............52
Commentary on PP v Teoh Ai Nee & Anor.......................................................................56
Valuer's liability in a recession : the decision in Banque Bruxelles....................................62
Update
Cases...................................................................................................................................65
Legislation..........................................................................................................................72
BOOKS
Reviews..............................................................................................................................81

Asia Business Law Review
Number 6 October 1994

Contents

ARTICLES
Doing business in South Korea........................................................................................3
The Asian Euroconvertible.............................................................................................10
Cambodia's new foreign investment law.........................................................................15

FORUM
International joint ventures in Philippines, Vietnam & Japan.........................................20
International joint ventures in Asia : an overview..........................................................27

INTERVIEW
Transforming India........................................................................................................29

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY
Total quality management and legal practice..................................................................35
Lucid language in legal writing.......................................................................................41

NEWSBRIEF
Newsbrief46

CURRENT LAW
Case comments
The Eastern Trust : how exclusive is an exclusive jurisdiction clause ?.........................48
Trademark protection in Indonesia : a step forward.......................................................52
Hitting bribery hard : A-G for Hong Kong v Reid.........................................................54
Update
Cases..............................................................................................................................56
Legislation.....................................................................................................................61
BOOKS
Reviews.........................................................................................................................63
Books received..............................................................................................................64

Asia Business Law Review
Number 7 January 1995

Contents

ARTICLES
Cross-boder listings...........................................................................................................3
Doing business in Indonesia.............................................................................................10
China's enquity markets : a legal and regulatory perspective of foreign participation......20

FORUM
Intellectual property protection in India, Singapore and Taiwan.......................................31

INTERVIEW
Seoul business - law and attitudes.....................................................................................41

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY
Gift giving in business - the businessman's and enforcer's perspectives...........................45
New forms of international joint ventures........................................................................53

NEWSBRIEF
Newsbrief..........................................................................................................................57

CURRENT LAW
Case comments
Rolled steel products applied in Singapore : Banque Brussels v Puvaria packaging
Industries...........................................................................................................................59
Restitutionary proprietary rights - how far should the courts go ? Re Goldcorp Exchange
Ltd.....................................................................................................................................65
Legislation comment
International Arbitration Act 1994 - a model to follow.....................................................69
Update
Cases..................................................................................................................................73

BOOKS
Reviews.............................................................................................................................78

CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEX..................................................................................80

Asia Business Law Review
Number 8 April 1995

Contents

ARTICLES
Doing business in the Philippines......................................................................................3
Vietnam's new copyright law............................................................................................9
Derivatives : some key issues...........................................................................................14
Patentability of genetically engineered animals : the emerging European view...............19

FORUM
Intellectual property protection in China, South Korea, Australia and Malaysia.............27

INTERVIEW
Dispute resolution in emerging Asia................................................................................39

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY
Gift giving in business - legal and evidential issues........................................................42
Infrastructure projects : the BOT approach....................................................................50

NEWSBRIEF
Newsbrief........................................................................................................................57

Foreign lawyers and the Indian legal scene....................................................................58
CURRENT LAW
Case comments
Juridical nature of duty of care of directors : Permanent Building Society (in
liquidation) v Wheeler....................................................................................................61
Update
Cases.................................................................................................................................63
Legislation........................................................................................................................66

BOOKS
Book review.....................................................................................................................67

Books received.................................................................................................................69

Asia Business Law Review
Number 9 July 1995

Contents

ARTICLES
Sovereign risks in regional banking - I...............................................................................3
Myanmar's foreign investment law...................................................................................12
Doing business in Malaysia : the legal and commercial environment..............................16
Multimodal transport of goods : the FBL solution............................................................23

FORUM
Intellectual property protection in New Zealand, Vietnam and Cambodia.......................31

INTERVIEW
Indonesia and legal change................................................................................................38

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY
Countertrade : perspectives and prospects.........................................................................41
The US-China IP dispute...................................................................................................49

NEWSBRIEF
Newsbrief..........................................................................................................................56

CURRENT LAW
Legislation comments
Patents Act 1994 : an overview.........................................................................................58
Bankruptcy Act 1995 : protecting creditors without stifling enterpreneurship.................63
Update
Cases..................................................................................................................................68
Legislation..........................................................................................................................72

BOOKS
Book review.......................................................................................................................74

Journal of Enterprising Culture
Volume 1 number 1 July 1993

Contents

John T PRESTON
Success factors in technology development.........................................................................1
Richard A MASCHMEYER, Minnie Yi-Miin YEN and Ji-Liang YAN
Entrepreneurial anomalies within China's state enterprises.................................................21
Collin F McCOSKER
Australian franchising : from international invasion to international expansion..................39
Leo-Paul DANA
An international survey of entrepreneurship education.........................................................67
Ian CHASTON
Development and evaluation of integrated support provision for small business start-ups....93
Jim MURPHY
Self-evaluation and effectiveness review for entrepreneurial learning and decision making.109
Erin GOH and Wee-Liang TAN
Problems faced by Singapore entrepreneurs in the field of biotechnology.............................133
Helen TAN Poh Koon and Meng Hye LEE
Helping Businesses improve in planning and performance through interfirm comparison -
the experience of the Singapore garment industry...................................................................145

Journal of Enterprising Culture
Volume 2 number 1 March 1994

Contents

Jose ALONSO, W. BYGRAVE, L.M. GILLIN
Mathematical visualization and analysis techniques for entrepreneurship studies : image
processing in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia..............................................509
Magnus KLOFSTEN
Technology-based firms : critical aspects of their early development..................................535
Golam M. KHAN
Encouraging entrepreneurship education and development in Bahrain................................559
John Barton CUNNINGHAM, Janice HO
The dynamics of growth and succession in enterpreneurial organizations............................571
Kam Booi CHUNG
The mechanics of sustaining an enterprise.............................................................................601
Pamela SHARPE
Building an entrepreneurial mindset in young children in Singapore....................................617

Journal of Enterprising Culture
Volume 2 number 2 July 1994

Contents

Hernan RIQUELME
Venture capitalists' collective beliefs on new business venture investments......................629
David JOHNSON, Rosa MA
Recognising entrepreneural potential in graduate business start-ups : the development of
a behaviourally based assessment tool...............................................................................669
Fredric William SWIERCZEK, Somkid JATUSRIPATAK
Exploring entrepreneurship cultures in Southeast Asia......................................................687
Philip E.T. LEWIS
Singapore entrepreneurs - the Australian connection.........................................................709
Frederic DELMAR
The risk management of the entrepreneur : an economic-psychological perspective.........735
Gregory E. P. SHAILER
Asset specificity, agency, and information asymmetry in owner-managed firms...............753

Journal of Enterprising Culture
Volume 2 number 3 October 1994

Contents

Jaime R. Silva CASTAN
The relationship between institutions of higher education and small business in the
United States.......................................................................................................................771
Ian CHASTON
Innovation management in South West SME sector firms.................................................799
Bjorn OLSEN and Jon-Arild JOHANNESSEN
The relation between ability and post start-up success for entrepreneurs...........................817
John H. KELMAR
Ethnic enclaves and small business ownership pattern in Western Australia.....................833
Hung-Kei TAN and Khim-Teck YEO
The new audacious technopreneurs.....................................................................................857
KOH Teng Aun, TEOH Hai Yap, and CHNG Johnson
Usefulness of traditional and new performance measures : some evidence from
Singapore companies............................................................................................................871

Journal of Enterprising Culture
Volume 2 number 4 December 1994

Contents

J. B. ARBAUGH and Donald L. SEXTON
Determining planning process differences for growth-oriented new ventures : a
qualitative analysis of high-tech and non high-tech firms..................................................887
Youness ALIZADEH
Self-employment initiatives in Iran......................................................................................907
Bernard BOEY Mun Cheang and Susan CHAIM-LEE Siew Hoon
Moving Singapore entrepreneurship to new heights............................................................931
David GOH
Enterprise failures and the runaway entrepreneurial spirit...................................................945
Susan TEO and Serene CHEONG
Difficulties faced by SMEs in obtaining financing from financial institutions....................955

Journal of Enterprising Culture
Volume 3 number 1 March 1995

Contents

Jim FISHER, C. KIRK and D. TAYLOR
R&D activities of New Zealand firms by size..........................................................................1
Lisa BARNES and Stewart JONES
Small business training programs in Victoria : a survey of course content and effectiveness...21
Marjorie A. LYLES, Inga S. BAIRD and J. B. ORRIS
Entrepreneurship in a transition economy : an examination of venture creation in Hungary...59
Roger MARSHALL, David LEONG, Joelle CHO, Shirley KOH and Peggy THAY
Critical success factors for Singapore companies operating in the Peoples' Republic of
China.......................................................................................................................................85
Lai-Hong CHUNG
Control in MNCs : impact of business strategy....................................................................103

Applied Economics Research Series
Volume 1 1995

Contents

PART I INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
Alisan CHIA & John G BAUER
Analysis of exchange rate movements : a case study of Singapore...........................................3
Elizabeth CHUA Siew Eng & John G. BAUER
An analysis of Malaysia's exchange-rate trends.......................................................................39
Carol LEE Soo Ling & John G BAUER
The US Dollar-Rupiah exchange rate : driving forces and prospects.......................................71
SOO Woan Shy & TAN Kim Heng
A study of the Yen-Dollar exchange rate............................................................................105
Randolph TAN & NG Ching-Ying
The Singapore Dollar : market efficiency and structural breaks.............................................119
CAO Yong & ONG Wee Ling
PPP and the monetary model of exchange rate determination : the case of Singapore...........131
CAO Yong & QUEK Lee Nah
Financial growth in Singapore.............................................................................................155
PART II FORECASTING
CHOW Kong Wing & Karen TAN
The use of profits as opposed to conventional forecast evaluation criteria to determine the
quality of economic forecasts..................................................................................................187
PART III MACROECONOMICS
TAN Khee-Giap & CHENG Chee-Seng
The causal nexus of money, output and prices in Malaysia.....................................................205
CAO Yong & Stella NG
Voluntary saving behaviour in Singapore............................................................................221
WANG Aik Peng Eric & Ashish LALL
Endogeneous structural breaks and unit root tests : an application to Singapore.....................246
James NGIAM Peng Hong & CHEN Kang
Modelling the economy of Jiangsu Province, China................................................................265
PART IV INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION
CAO Yong & TEO Ee Ju (ZHONG Yiru)
Improvement in the technical efficiency of manufacturing industries in
Singapore : 1981-1992.........................................................................................................281
LIU Yunhua & CHNG Loi Siang
An empirical study of China's paper industry.........................................................................304
Randolph TAN & Donovan TOW Joon Toon
A case study on the role of advertising for an individual firm.................................................313
PART V TOURISM
WONG Ching Ming & Chris SAKELLARIOU
An econometric analysis of tourism demand : Japanese tourist expenditure in ASEAN........329

Applied Economics Research Series
Volume II 1996

Contents

PART I DEVELOPMENT, TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE & GROWTH
LOH Wai Mun & CAO Yong
Financial deepening and growth : a comparative study between Hong Kong and Singapore...3
NEO Hwee Lee & Joseph ALBA
Causality between research and development expenditure growth and economic growth......22
Phyllis PEK, John G. BAUER, & Ashish LALL
Growth linkages between Singapore and China : a time series model.....................................36
SEOW Lin Hwa & Ashish LALL
Technical change in manufacturing industries in Singapore : 1980-91...................................68
PART II FINANCIAL ECONOMICS
LEO Kee Chye & Joh D KENDALL
An empirical analysis of three stock market indices in three Southeast Asian countries........91
KOH Tiong Sim & Ramin Cooper MAYSAMI
A cointegration analysis of the impact of economic forces and global market integration on the
Singapore stock market...........................................................................................................117
Delia SEOW Siew Chin & Ramin Cooper MAYSAMI
Alternative real estate financing methods in Singapore..........................................................137
PART III HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WELFARE
LYDIA CHIA Hwee Yong & John BAUER
The distribution of income in China : regional disparities......................................................159
Joy CHAN Yuen Yee & LIU Yunhua
The effects of housing price changes on the distribution of housing wealth in Singapore.....181
LOW Wan Ve & Chris SAKELLARIOU
Sheepskin effects in the returns to education..........................................................................195
NG Guan Sim & Michael LI Zhi-Feng
Singapore road pricing scheme : is three dollars really too high ?..........................................210
Elizabeth SAN Ong Mar & WANG Peiming
The effects of an ageing population and other factors on aggregate health care expenditure in
Singapore................................................................................................................................226
PART IV INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
Melvyn TAN Chwee Hock & Randolph TAN
Forecasting exchange rates : an econometric illusion............................................................251
TOH Kheng Swee & Jon D KENDALL
Purchasing power parity in theory and practice : the case of Singapore................................279
PART V MACROECONOMICS
CHOO Chou Foo & CHEN Kang
An econometric model of Shanghai......................................................................................331
ONG Yew Jin & TAN Kim Heng
Asset inflation in Singapore..................................................................................................342
QUEK Wee Yeow & WU Ying
A quasi-sterilisation model for Singapore. ..........................................................................357
TAN Bee Ling & CHEN Kang
Modelling the economy of Zhejiang Province, China..........................................................368
Jason TEO Chee Keong & WANG Ruifang
Modelling the macro effects of China's inward foreign direct investment..........................384
PART VI TOURISM
Shahidur RAHMAN, TAN Khee Giap & CHEN Yen Yu
Seasonal integration and cointegration : modelling tourism demand in Singapore.............403
Appendix : Student authors..................................................................................................421

SABRE Centre Working Paper Series
1996

01-96
Michael LI Zhi-Feng
Economics of purchasing restrictions : a monopoly pricing model for non-storable perishable products.
02-96
PARK DongHyun
The "demographic" effects of government-enforced young-to-old transfers : a human capital investment analysis.
03-96
PARK DongHyun
Parental human capital investments in their children and the government debt : an inter-generational analysis.
04-96
H P SCHOCH and B C GHOSH
An empirical study on marketing effectiveness - comparing Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
05-96
B C SCHOCH, Herbert P SCHOCH, J Y HUANG and Graham HOOLEY
Top performing companies in Singapore and Taiwan a comparison of their marketing effectiveness - an empirical study.
06-96
H P SCHOCH and B C GHOSH
Marketing effectiveness of MNCs, SMEs, and large local companies in Singapore - an empirical study.
07-96
Arindam Das-GUPTA and Dilip MOOKHERJEE
Tax amnesties as asset laundering devices.
08-96
Naoki TABETA and WANG Ruifang
"Relative" revenue-maximizing strategy under duopolistic competition : the case of US-Japan bilateral auto-trade.
09-96
WU Yuan and LOI Soh Loi
Misuse of statistical methods in business applied research projects.
10-96
Hesan A QUAZI
Application of TQM principles in the international technology transfer process of industrial production plants : an analytical framework.
11-96
LOI Soh Loi, WU Yuan and Robert LIAN
A new approach to analyzing persistency of insurance policy.
12-96
Robert C. FEENSTRA and Jon D KENDALL
The relationship of pass-through of exchange rates to purchasing power parity.
13-96
S VISWANATHAN and S K GOYAL
Optimal cycle time and production rate in a family production context with shelf life considerations.
14-96
Assafa ENDESHAW
The leverage intellectual property provides to busineses in an increasing competitiveness world.
15-96
TAN Kim Heng
On the crowding in of private capital by public capital.
16-96
TAN Kim Heng and A D WOODLAND
International transfers in two-and three-nation dynamic models.
17-96
BC GHOSH, CHAN Yoke Kai, Jason CHEN KS, TANG Wei Kiang and YAW Cynthia, Carmen
The scope of the role of a chief financial officer - a study in Singapore context.
18-96
BC GHOSH, CHAN Yoke Kai, GOH Chin Seng, TOH Kia Wee and Marcus YIP CC
Management accounting practices in Singapore - the state of the art.
19-96
Naoki TABETA and WANG Ruifang
Who will be the winner when a profit-maximizer meets a revenue-maximizer ? The case of US-Japan auto trade.
20-96
John WALKER
Base stock level determination of "insurance type" spares.
21-96
Randolph G K TAN
Characterization of invariant tests in the structural equation model.
21-96
Naoki TABETA and Shahidur RAHMAN
The risk sharing mechanism in Japan's auto industry : the Keiretsu vs. independent-parts suppliers.
22-96
W O RIHA and John WALKER
Generalisations of non-linear knapsack problems.

SABRE Centre Working Paper Series
1995

01-95
GIBBONS Patrick T
Strategic change and adaptability among Singapore firms.
02-95
CHUNG Lai Hong and GIBBONS Patrick T
Corporate entrepreneurship : its cultural antecedents.
03-95
KHATRI Naresh and D'NETTO Brian
Perceived uncertainty and performance : the causal direction.
04-95
VISWANATHAN S
A new optimal algorithm for the joint replenishment problem.
05-95
SHENOY George
Corporate rescue through judicial management in Singapore.
06-95
KIM Jong-In
Information richness and job search method choice.
07-95
WANG RuiFang
A simple monetary model of the open chinese economy.
08-95
WU Yuan
Recursive estimation of the four parameters in beta distribution.
09-95
Naresh KHATRI
Strategy formulation and implementation : are they separate functions ?
10-95
NG Beoy Kui
Financial reforms in the Asean countries : approach, focus and assessment.
11-95
WALKER John
Computational complexity of vector maximisation over discrete sets.
12-95
WALKER John
A hybrid algorithm for a separable integer programming problem with nested constraints.
13-95
WALKER John
Optimal number of units for hire.
14-95
M Krishna ERRAMILLI, Sanjeev AGARWAL & KIM Seong-Soo
Firm-specific advantages and subsidiary ownership preferences in Korean MNCs : role of location factors.
15-95
Mike LEU Gwo-Jiun
Singapore's beverage industry in the 1990s.
16-95
Joseph C KANG, Mike LEU Gwo-Jiun
On capital energy substitutability in U.S. manufacturing industry
17-95
Thomas H McINISH, Alex FRINO, LAU Sie Ting
Opening prices on the ASX and the SES.
18-95
Naoki TABETA
The Kigyo Keiretsu and the supplier-switching-costs in the Japanese automobile industry.
19-95
Randolph G K TAN
Likelihood ratio test for the coefficient of an endogenous variable in a structural equation.
20-95
Naoki TABETA, Frederick S INABA
The Kigyo Keiretsu arrangements and opportunism in the Japanese automobile manufacturing industry.
21-95
WANG RuiFang
Macro policies in the open chinese economy : some simulation results.
22-95
WU Ying
Credit availability channel of monetary policy in a small open economy.
23-95
CAO Yong
Assessing technical efficiency of manufacturing industries in a small open economy : Singapore.

SABRE Centre Working Paper Series
1994

01-94
Malick O SY and TAN Hwee Cheng
The application of a multiperiod goal programming model in interest rate risk management :
a special case of a depository bank.
02-94
YAW A Debrah and WEE Beng Geok
Entitlement of Singapore employees to retrenchment benefit.
03-94
HAN Kang Hong
Dynamic optimization of value-added productivity.
04-94
TAN Chong Hin
Intertemporal relations of the New York, Tokyo and Singapore stock markets.
05-94
TAN Kim Heng
Long-run welfare - improving budget deficits.
06-94
TAN Kim Heng
On sustainable economic growth.
07-94
Ashish LALL
The relative efficiency of public & private firms : the case of Canadian railroads reconsidered.
08-94
Luis M A CALINGO
The evolution of strategic quality management.
09-94
CHAN Yoke Kai and Terry S WALTER
A costly contracting explanation for qualified audit reports.
10-94
YIP S L Paul
Exchange rate volatility and export performance in Singapore.
11-94
Patrick T GIBBONS
A test of the strategy, environment and performance relationship in the Singapore context.
12-94
Lance E BRANNMAN and SUN Qian
Cointegration and co-movement of SES Sector Price Indices.

SABRE Centre Case Studies Series
1992

92-A01
HOOI Den Huan and Gillian YEO
The globalisation of businessess by companies in Singapore : Wearne Brothers, Limited.
1993
93-B01
NEO Boon Siong and Christina SOH
IT2000 : Singapore's vision of an intelligent island.
93-B02
NEO Boon Siong and Christina SOH
DBS Bank : innovation and leadership in information technology for financial services.
93-A01
Joanne TAY
Asia dairies enters the Japanese ice-cream market : "A good product is not hard to market".
1994
94-A01
Constance SOH, QUA Teow Sim, Susan CHUNG, Susan TEO, Diane CONRATH,
CHEW Kah Kee and SEAH Chai Lian

The woman entrepreneur : "Four Singapore cases".
The four women entrepreneurs highlighted are Catherine Lam of Fabristeel Pte Ltd, Helen Teo of ASICS Singapore Pte Ltd, Kimiko Kasuya of Horiguchi Engineering Co Ltd and Laletha Nithiyanandan of Business Trends Pte Ltd.
94-B01
Shailendra C PALVIA
YCH in Singapore : Itpreneurship and total logistics management.

ENDEC Monograph Series
Research Monograph

No. 1
KOH Hian Chye
Prediction of going-concern status : the-state-of-the-art.
"...a through-going critique of existing going-concern models from a fundamental, methodological viewpoint. It questions and exposes their limitations and offers new approaches that seek to transcend those limitations...The six methodological problems are application of discriminant analysis, operational definitions of a going concern, choice-based sample designs, selection of independent variables, predicting going-concern qualification and model testing and validation..."
Research Monograph
No.2
Larry N. KILLOUGH, KOH Hian Chye & TSUI Kai Chong
Business failure prediction models : an evaluation of classification techniques used.
"...evaluates the predictive power of failure-prediction models constructed with four major statistical classification techniques used to date-linear discriminant analysis, linear probability model, probit analysis and logit analysis. Prediction accuracy rates of the models constructed with each of the four classification techniques were determined using Lachenbruch's U method..."
Practice Monograph
No. 1
KOH Hian Chye, LEE Meng Hye, LOW Aik Meng & TAN Teck Meng
What do your financial statements tell about your company's position and performance ?
"...explains how to use financial ratios to analyse the position and performance of a company. It gives a simplified explanation of financial statements and shows how financial ratios can be used to assess the profitability, liquidity, leverage, and efficiency of a company..."
Practice Monograph
No. 2
LEE Weng Kee, B C GHOSH, John C OLIGA
Strategies for hotels in Singapore.

Geotechnical Engineering Monograph
No. 1
ZHAO Jian, LEE Kim Woon, Victor CHOA
Construction and utilisation of rock caverns in the Bukit Timah Granite of Singapore.
"This monograph reports the findings of a study on the feasibility of underground cavern development in the Bukit Timah granite conducted jointly by the Nanyang Technological University and the Public Works Department. It discusses various aspects related to geology of Singapore, rock engineerig, utilisation of underground space and caverns, development cost, benefit, planning and development guidelines..."

Development Experience of Singapore Part I Overview
Chapter 1 Dr Cham Tao Soon.
Getting the most out of resources...1
Chapter 2 Prof Tan Teck Meng.
Singapore's experience in training accountants...10
Chapter 3 AP Low Aik Meng & AP Chew Soon Beng
Managing the Singapore economy...17
Chapter 4 Prof Lim Chong Yah
East Asian economic miracle: framework for understanding and analysis...35
Part II The Role of The Institute of Higher Learning
Chapter 5 Dr Cham Tao Soon
The role of the university in economic development...44
Chapter 6 Prol Tan Teck Meng, AP Low Aik Meng and Mr Tan Wee Liang
The development of Master of Business Administration Programmes in Singapore : The Nanyang Technological University experience...49
Part III Accounting
Chapter 7 Dr Foo See Liang
The auditing framework of Singapore
Chapter 8 Dr Pang Yang Hoong
The statutory and financial framework regulating the conduct of the business corporation in Singapore and its implications for developing countries...84
Chapter 9 Prof Tan Teck Meng and Dr Foo See Liang
Recent developments and issues affecting accounting education in Asia and the Pacific Rim - The Singapore experience...112
Chapter 10 AP Low Aik Meng and Dr Choo Teck Min
Expectation gap between auditors and users of financial statements - bridging the chasm...123
Chapter 11 Dr Pang Yang Hoong and Mr Leong Kwong Sin
The efficient market hypothesis and its impact for accounting theory and practice ; implications for Singapore and developing countries...134
Part IV Exchange Rate, Savings and Wage Policies
Chapter 12 Dr Tan Khee Giap and Dr Chen Kang
The impact of Singapore's macroeconomic policies : a simulation study...155
Chapter 13 AP Chew Soon Beng
The role of the Central Provident Fund and its implications for China...177
Chapter 14 Dr Rosalind Chew
The National Wage Council : Singapore's wage-fixing institution...204
Part V Taxation Chapter 15 AP Low Aik Meng and Dr Cao Yong
The Singapore taxation system and 1994 taxation reform...241
Chapter 16 Mr Tan Wee Liang
Consumption tax and entrepreneurship in China and Singapore...261
Part VI Manpower
Chapter 17 AP Prof Chew Soon Beng
The political economy of Singapore's policy on immigration and foreign labour...280
Chapter 18 Dr Rosalind Chew
Sex discrimination in Singapore...295
Part VII Information Technology and External Relations
Chapter 19 Prof Tan Teck Meng, AP Low Aik Meng and Dr Rosalind Chew
Information technology development in Singapore...303
Chapter 20 AP Chew Soon Beng
Singapore's perceptions of Singapore-Japan relation : a selective survey of the literature...314
Singapore Business Development Series
Volume 1
Contemporary Issues in Accounting
Chapter 1 The nature of accounting and accounting research. PANG Yang Hoong (1)
Chapter 2 The relationship between academic research and accounting practice. Pearl TAN (11)
Chapter 3 Capital markets research in accounting. Andrew LEE (33)
Chapter 4 Positive accounting theory : a synthesis of method and critique. John J. WILLIAMS (69)
Chapter 5 The financial reporting environment and its implications for accounting regulation.

PANG Yang Hoong, LEONG Kwong Sin (99)
Chapter 6 Disclosures that enhance the value of corporate reports. Gillian YEO (119)
Chapter 7 The regulation of financial reporting and quality of information : a comparative analysis of Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. Joanne TAY. (141)
Chapter 8 Accounting for new financial instruments : an overview of issues and standards development.
Peter LEE Lip Nyean (165)
Chapter 9 Off-balance sheet financing : impact of financial reporting. Susan TEO (203)
Chapter 10 In-substance defeasance - accounting practice and issues. Branson KWOK, LIM Ai Bee (219)
Chapter 11 Social and environmental accountability : international and Asian perspectives LEE Parker (233)
Chapter 12 Consolidation accounting : a critical review of the relevant statements of accounting standard in Singapore. NG Eng Juan (291)
Chapter 13 Depreciation accounting : a historical perspective. Richard LOW Siew Siang (309)
Chapter 14 Management accounting : historical developments and future directions. CHUNG Lai Hong (341)
Index (383)
Volume 2
Issues and Developments in Auditing
Chapter 1 Auditing and society : the role of auditing and challenges facing the profession. FOO See Liang, El'fred Boo (1)
Chapter 2 The regulatory framework of auditing in Singapore. FOO See Liang, LOW Kin Yew (21)
Chapter 3 Audit risk and the audit process - a systems-based audit. K.B.Ambanpola (59)
Chapter 4 Cognitive implications of the review process TAN Hun Tong (77)
Chapter 5 Issues in audit reporting : the statutory audit report. K.B. Ambanpola (91)
Chapter 6 Audit sampling and the statistical/nonstatistical question. Joanne TAY (109)
Chapter 7 Developments in auditors' legal liability : understanding the issues facing the profession. Joanne TAY (123)
Chapter 8 The dynamic changes in organizational governance structure : some implications for auditors. SIA Siew Kien (143)
Chapter 9 Using the computer as a audit tool. SEAH Chai Lian (165)
Chapter 10 Audit, controls and legal issues of EDI. LOR Eng Min (181)
Chapter 11 Internal auditing. Pearl TAN Hock Neo (207)
Chapter 12 The role of the auditor general's office in ensuring public accountability. SEAH Chai Lian (227)
Chapter 13 Operational audit. S. Viswanathan (245)
Chapter 14 An empirical study of the 'true and fair' view. KOH Hian Chye, WONG Kron Joo, CHANG Sook Mei, LOO Beng Du (265)
Index (283)

Volume 4 Human Resource Issues in Singapore
Chapter 1 Human resource management : a review of the debate on its meaning. YAW A. Debrah. (1)
Chapter 2 Labour flexibility in Singapore. CHEW Soon Beng. (31)
Chapter 3 Socialization. Peter Isaac LOW. (51)
Chapter 4 Group dynamics and decision making. WAN Chew Yoong, HOOI Den Huan. (69)
Chapter 5 Employee participation. TEO Hee Ang. (87)
Chapter 6 Performance appraisal. Brian LAWRENCE. (103)
Chapter 7 Potential appraisal : the shell appraisal system. TAN Cheong Hin. (127)
Chapter 8 Remuneration for personnel in non-market sectors. CHEW Soon Beng. (141)
Chapter 9 Flexible fringe benefits. Cheryl TAY (157)
Chapter 10 Workplace health promotion programmes. Gregory THONG Tin Sin. (201)
Chapter 11 Stress and health : implications for the workplace. Janice HO, Bart CUNNINGHAM (217)
Chapter 12 Human resource acounting. Cheryl TAY. (237)
Chapter 13 Trends in industrial relations, with particular reference to Singapore. Rosalind CHEW (277)
Chapter 14 International human resource development. A. Ahad M. Osman-GANI (295)
Index (327)

Volume 5
Accounting for specialized industries and operations in Singapore
Volume 6
Actuarial and Insurance Practices in Singapore
Volume 7
Industrial Relations in Singapore Industry Chapter 1 Industrial relations developments in Singapore. CHEW Soon Beng, Rosalind CHEW. (1)
Chapter 2 The Industrial Arbitration Court : a regression assessment. CHEW Soon Beng, GOH Wee Chew (17)
Chapter 3 Industrial democracy in Singapore : formal worker participation in WITs at NTU. CHAM Tao Soon. (29)
Chapter 4 Industrial relations issues in the public sector. OW Kheng Tor, MA Wei Cheng (43)
Chapter 5 Industrial relations in the banking and financial sector. CHEW Soon Beng, LIM Siew Ngoh (55)
Chapter 6 Industrial relations in the insurance industry. Brian LAWRENCE. (85)
Chapter 7 Contemporary industrial relations and human resource issues in the telecommunications industry. M. ARIFF, Gilbert TAN. (123)
Chapter 8 Industrial relations in the airline industry. Peter Isaac LOW. (147)
Chapter 9 Industrial relations in the hotel industry. YAW A. Debrah, LEONG Choon Chiang. (167)
Chapter 10 Industrial relations in the textile industry. Rosalind CHEW. (185)
Chapter 11 Trade union of construction workers. Gregory THONG. (223)
Chapter 12 Dispute resolution : Canada and Singapore compared. Basu SHARMA. (243)
Chapter 13 Industrial relations : issues and prospects. CHEW Soon Beng, Rosalind CHEW (263)
Index (275)

Volume 8
Commercial Banking in Singapore
Chapter 1 Bank Services. YAM Wee Lee, Philip GERRARD. (1)
Chapter 2 Trade finance. Philip GERRARD, Eric Tsang. (41)
Chapter 3 Consumer finance : Property and property related financing. LIM Yan Chin, YIP Hai Loon. (77)
Chapter 4 Consumer finance : other financing schemes. LIM Yan Chin, YIP Hai Loon. (99)
Chapter 5 Comparative approaches to corporate credit analysis. John VONG. (109)
Chapter 6 Bank lending and decision support systems for customer performance analysis. John VONG, Brian Guilding, Richard DOBBINS. (129)
Chapter 7 Correspondent banking. YAM Wee Lee. (151)
Chapter 8 Bank treasury : customers' products and services. LOW Buen Sin, Benjamin LEE (171)
Chapter 9 The corporate treasury. Jeremy GWEE. (219)
Chapter 10 Asset and liability management. LIM Hock Kheng. (247)
Chapter 11 Practical exposition on project finance and structuring the offering memorandum. John VONG (279)
Chapter 12 The use of information technology in commercial banking. John CHIN. (295)
Index (309)

Volume 9
Financial Analysis in Singapore
Volume 10
Exploiting Information Technology for Business Competitiveness : Cases and Insights from Singapore-based Organizations
Chapter 1 : Introduction : IT and business competitiveness. NEO Boon Siong. (1)
Chapter 2 : Building national IT infrastructure : three eras in the convergence of telecommunications and computing in Singapore. A. LEE Gilbert, NEO Boon Siong, Christina SOH Wai Lin (7)
Chapter 3 : IT2000 : planning for a new national information infrastructure. NEO Boon Siong, Christina SOH. (25)
Chapter 4 : State of IT application in key industry sectors in Singapore. Christina SOH, Dolly LEOW, NEO Boon Siong, ANG Soon. (51)
Chapter 5 : Abacus distribution system : collaborating to compete in the Asia-Pacific skies. NEO Boon Siong, LU Cheng Nee, Terence CHAN, Damien JOSEPH. (75)
Chapter 6 : Xpress print : implementing a time-based strategy with information technology. ANG Soon, NEO Boon Siong. (97)
Chapter 7 : YCH : Using a flexible IT architecture for total logistics management. Shailendra PALVIA, NEO Boon Siong (109)
Chapter 8 : DHL Air Express : exploiting IT for market leadership and process innovation. Michael TAN Sian Teck, NEO Boon Siong (125)
Chapter 9 : Port of Singapore Authority : using AI technology for strategic positioning. TUNG Lai Lai, Efraim TURBAN (141)
Chapter 10 : CitiBank : technology restructuring and business re-engineering for the Asia-Pacific. Christina SOH, NEO Boon Siong (159)
Chapter 11 : Lessons from diffusion of EDI in Singapore. NEO Boon Siong. (177)
Chapter 12 : Managing risks in the TradeNet project. NEO Boon Siong. (193)
Chapter 13 : DBS Bank : managing software development for product leadership. NEO Boon Siong, Christina SOH (215)
Chapter 14 : Seagate technology : managing global IS development for vertical integration. Kenny LEE, Shailendra PALVIA. (233)
Chapter 15 : Hog auction market : managing implementation resistance. NEO Boon Siong. (253)
Chapter 16 : IJK Insurance Company : unraveling the forces shaping IT changes and effects. WEE Beng Geok, Kenny LEE, Richard LOH. (277)
Chapter 17 : The ascent of Creative Technology : a case study of technology entrepreneurship. TANG Hung Kei (295)
Chapter 18 : Application and commercialization of videotex in Singapore. Karen YIK Wai Chen (309)
Chapter 19 : Housing Development Board : re-engineering the IT function. TUNG Lai Lai, Efraim TURBAN (329)
Chapter 20 : BHP Singapore : Championing IT use in marketing. Gabriel GOREN, Kenny LEE (345)
Index (359)

Volume 11
Marketing : A Southeast Asian Perspective
Chapter 1 : Globalization issues : the myth of prepackaged solutions. Geraldine FENNELL, Joel SAEGERT (1)
Chapter 2 : Marketing challenges and responses. HOOI Den Huan, WAN Chew Yoong (29)
Chapter 3 : The European Union : problems and prospects for Southeast Asian Companies. Harold CHEE (45)
Chapter 4 : Consumer behaviour in the Asia-Pacific region. Roger MARSHALL. (65)
Chapter 5 : Marketing in transitional economies : Southeast Asia's Mekong Basin. Ian McGOVERN (115)
Chapter 6 : Business expansion strategies in the hospitality industry : international franchising. Muhammad A SADI (147)
Chapter 7 : Marketing hospitality in Singapore. LEONG Choon Chiang (185)
Chapter 8 : Performance measures in marketing : an empirical study of manufacturing and service industries in Singapore. KHOO Teng Aun, B.C. GHOSH (225)
Chapter 9 : Total quality management and its implications for Singapore. Hesan A QUAZI. (247)
Chapter 10: The exporting practices of Singapore SMEs. William C.M.TAN (287)
Chapter 11: A test of the strategy, environment and performance relationship in the Singapore context. Patrick T. GIBBONS (305)
Index (323)

Volume 12
Entrepreneurs, Enterpreneurship and Enterprising Culture

Chapter 1  Why entrepreneurship.  Wayne A. LONG. (1) 
Chapter 2 Entrepreneurial behaviour
Leadership styles of Singapore small business owners. Stanley PETZALL, TEO Sock Kim. (15)
Factors contributing to the success of small- and medium-sized enterprises in Singapore.
B.C. GHOSH, TEO Sock Kim, LOW Aik Meng (47)
Chinese entrepreneurs in Singapore. Grace LOY May Chan, LEE Su Yin (47)
Chapter 3 Entrepreneurship Skills
Enterpreneurship skills. J. Barton Cunningham. (57)
Persuasive communication and Singapore entrepreneur TAN Beng Kim, Richard S.T. TAY (81)
Framing and solving problems in technology-based enterprises. K.T. YEO (99)
Chapter 4 Entrepreneurship Education
Do we really teach (approach) small business the way we should ? Allan GIBB (113)
Action learning and the education of entrepreneurs. John BECK (133)
Education and career choice of business students : an empirical analysis. William C.M TAN, Richard S. T. TAY (142)
Chapter 5 Entrepreneurship Theory
Entrepreneurship, transaction costs, and subjectivist economics. Steven S. KAN (155)
Economics and innovation (old theories and new directions) John M. LEGGE. (173)
Revolution and evolution in the entrepreneurial process. CHEAH Hock Beng (193)
From general management to entrepreneurship : the business ('B') school challenge. Raymond
W.Y. KAO (210)
Chapter 6 Entrepreneurship environment
Entrepreneurship as an engine for growth in the Singapore context. Irene K.H. CHEW, Mark
GOH (223)
The strategy for SME development in Singapore. DOH Joon Chien (235)
Safety nets for entrepreneurship in Singapore. Rosalind CHEW (244)
Chapter 7 Women in entrepreneurship
Women entrepreneurs of Singapore. TEO Sock Kim (254)
Management practices, motivations and problems of successful women entrepreneurs in
Malaysia. Mohd Zabid Abdul RASHID (290)
Chapter 8 New Venture creation
Getting started and responding to crisis. J. Barton Cunningham (301)
Writing a business plan that communicates. James T.F. POON (329)
Start-up and early business development challenges confronting young entrepreneurs in
Singapore. Constance W.L. SOH-WEE (345)
Chapter 9 Managing the entrepreneurial venture
Dynamism of small chinese business enterprises in Malaysia and Singapore. NG Beoy Kui, NG Eng Juan (367)
Comparison and contrast of two entrepreneurial cultures. Majorie CHAN (377)
Succession planning in family business. KHOO Teng Aun, Clement K.G. TAN, Susan Chung
(403)
Chapter 10 Venture development and growth
An exploratory study of strategic planning behaviour in SMEs in the Singapore/Malaysia
context. B.C. GHOSH, LOW Aik Meng, TAN Teck Meng, CHAN Chee Onn (427)
A study on marketing effectiveness of Singapore's small- and medium-sized enterprises
(SMEs). B.C. GHOSH, H.P SCHOCH, TEO Sock Kim (445)
Entrepreneurial strategic partnerships. R.M. KNIGHT (461)

Volume 13
Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Singapore
Chapter 1 The Singapore legal system. Victor YEO, Pauline GAN (1)
Chapter 2 Forms of business organisation. George T.L. SHENOY (43)
Chapter 3 Starting a business. George T.L. SHENOY, Patricia ONG (83)
Chapter 4 Corporate administration and management. LEOW Chye Sian (123)
Chapter 5 The businessman as employer. Dennis ONG (155)
Chapter 6 Taxation of business. Angela TAN (185)
Chapter 7 Managing and resolving disputes. Benny TABALUJAN (235)
Chapter 8 Seeking recourse : remedies and relief. TAN Wee Liang (263)
Chapter 9 The businessman, his lawyer and the courts. Harry TAN, Assafa Endeshaw (297)
Chapter 10 Venturing overseas : the legal aspects. LOW Kee Yang (327)
Chapter 11 Venturing overseas : tax incentives and repatriation of income. Clement TAN, SUM Yee Loong (355)
Table of cases (383)
Table of Statutes (387)
Subject index (395)

Volume 14
Legal Obligations of Singapore Business