Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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(Journal of Sports Sciences, 2014)Given that males and females respond differently to endurance-based tasks, prolonged putting practice may provide an avenue to examine gender-related differences in golf swing kinematics. The aim of this project was to ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Applied Economics, 2014)We propose a new approach in the estimation of the optimal hedge ratio that allows the hedge ratio to vary over time but without the necessity of frequently rebalancing the portfolio. We apply this in the context of the ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Eurasian Geography and Economics, 2014)This paper reviews the progress of carbon trading in China and examines the involvement of the state and financial sectors. China witnessed proliferation of domestic carbon markets before attempting to institutionalize the ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
'Normalizing the Novel': How Is Culture Addressed in Child Protection Work With Ethnic-Minority Families in Australia? (Journal of Social Service Research, 2013)To address the need for empirical evidence on how culture is and should be addressed in child protection work in Australia to ensure equity in service delivery, this study reviewed 120 case files of children from ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(International Journal for Research on Extended Education (IJREE), 2015)Participation in after school care in Australia has more than doubled since the 1980s with hundreds of thousands of children attending every day. Historically this form of care has been regarded as a service for parents ...JOURNAL ARTICLE