RMIT Research Repository
The RMIT Research Repository is an open access institutional repository providing free, searchable access to research publications authored by RMIT University staff and students.
- Awan, O 2015, Modelling the behaviour of arbitragers and speculators in the crude oil futures market, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Economics, Finance and Marketing, RMIT University.
- Hourani, A 2016, Performance evaluation of future wireless networks: node cooperation and aerial networks, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Electrical and Computer Engineering, RMIT University.
- Dilkes, H 2016, Non-Euclidean transformations: multiplicity in a contemporary art jewellery practice, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Art, RMIT University.
- Kerrison, J 2015, ‘I’m good now’: A focused ethnography of pregnant teenagers’ antenatal care needs in a region in Tasmania, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Health Sciences, RMIT University.
- almshawit, H 2015, Studies on the effect of thymoquinone on oxidative stress and cell wall integrity of Candida glabrata, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Applied Science, RMIT University.
- Kep, J 2015, A maternal and child health program outcome evaluation study: examining the effect of a targeted village birth attendant program in Papua New Guinea, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Health Sciences, RMIT University.
- Kim, S 2013, Human capital expenditure pre- and post-IFRSs: its value relevance and intellectual capital productivity modelling, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Accounting, RMIT University.
- Carlin, P 2012, On Semperian surfaces: interweavings between the mid-twentieth curtain wall and Harris Tweed, a study mediated by photography, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Architecture and Design, RMIT University.
- Parker, K, Srinivasan, S, Houghton, R, Korzadeh, N, Bozan, K, Ottaway, T and Davey, W 2016, 'Health informatics program design and outcomes: Learning from an early offering at a mid-level university', Education and Information Technologies, pp. 1-17.
- Nikolic, B 2015, The role of authentic leadership and ethical leadership in an organisational setting - predictors for ethical climate, organisational citizenship behaviour, affective organisational commitment and in-role performance, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Management, RMIT University.
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