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    • Price image and the sugrophobia effect on luxury retail purchase intention 

      Cheah, Jun-Hwa; Waller, David; Thaichon, Park; Ting, Hiram; Lim, Xin-Jean (Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 2020)
      Consumer shopping behavior in luxury retail stores continues to be a subject of interest among marketing researchers. Such a phenomenon has led us to explore how price image and sugrophobia, a psychological feeling of being ...
    • Resilience toward supply disruptions: A stochastic inventory control model with partial backordering under the base stock policy 

      Taleizadeh, AA; Tafakkori, K; Thaichon, P (Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 2021)
      This paper examines supply-side disruptions using an inventory management framework to gain insights into the economic performance of buyers who use two conventional costing strategies – end-of-cycle and continuous. The ...
    • The influence of relationship marketing orientation on brand equity in banks 

      Yoganathan, Dhanushanthini; Jebarajakirthy, Charles; Thaichon, Paramaporn (Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 2015)
      During the last few decades, business philosophy has shifted from marketing orientation to Relationship Marketing Orientation (RMO). Service-oriented organizations, such as banks, increasingly apply RMO to enhance their ...
    • Special issue introduction: online relationship marketing 

      Thaichon, Park; Brown, James R; Weaven, Scott (Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 2020)
      In this special issue, the Marketing Intelligence & Planning presents a series of papers associated with Online Relationship Marketing. Relationship marketing involves the development and maintenance of strong relationships ...
    • Mobilising knowledge: an action design research case study of using technology to safeguard an endangered nature-based tourism attraction 

      Coghlan, A (Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2020)
      This paper considers how an Action Design Research (ADR) research methodology can contribute to impactful research in sustainable tourism. ADR arguably combines the best of Action Research with Design Science, by solving ...
    • Attoclock and the quest for tunnelling time in strong-field physics 

      Sainadh, U Satya; Sang, RT; Litvinyuk, I (Journal of Physics: Photonics, 2020)
      The debate on tunnelling times have always been full of contradictions and the attoclock experiments that measure tunnelling delays in strong-field ionization are no exception. The current review presents the debate and ...
    • Antiplasmodial Alkaloids from the Australian Bryozoan Amathia lamourouxi 

      Kleks, G; Holland, DC; Kennedy, EK; Avery, VM; Carroll, AR (Journal of Natural Products, 2020)
      An extract from the bryozoan Amathia lamourouxi with antiplasmodial activity was identified through high-throughput screening of an Australian marine invertebrate extract library against Plasmodium falciparum. Chemical ...
    • Rational Design and Synthesis of Methyl-β-d-galactomalonyl Phenyl Esters as Potent Galectin-8N Antagonists 

      Patel, B; Kishor, C; Houston, TA; Shatz-Azoulay, H; Zick, Y; Vinik, Y; Blanchard, H (Journal of medicinal chemistry, 2020)
      Galectin-8 is a β-galactoside-recognizing protein having an important role in the regulation of bone remodeling and cancer progression and metastasis. Methyl β-d-galactopyranoside malonyl aromatic esters have been designed ...
    • Editorial 

      Bowden, Bradley (Journal of Management History, 2020)
      It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of ...
    • Interrupting the Middle: Shifting Everyday Practices of Female Nepalese Students in Australia 

      Ghimire, Narayan; Barry, Kaya (Journal of Intercultural Studies, 2020)
      Everyday activities and routines, such as, cooking, cleaning, and shopping, draw attention to the changes, contrasts, and adaptive processes that migrants undertake when settling into new living arrangements and relationships. ...
    • A meta-analysis of customer engagement behaviour 

      Barari, Mojtaba; Ross, Mitchell; Thaichon, Sara; Surachartkumtonkun, Jiraporn (International Journal of Consumer Studies, 2020)
      Customer engagement behaviour has emerged as an influential concept in marketing and refers to customers' behavioural manifestation towards a firm originating from motivational drivers. To provide a comprehensive and ...
    • Sport participation may protect socioeconomically disadvantaged youths with refugee backgrounds from experiencing behavioral and emotional difficulties 

      O'Donnell, Alexander W; Stuart, Jaimee; Barber, Bonnie L; Abkhezr, Peyman (Journal of Adolescence, 2020)
      Introduction: Youth with refugee backgrounds experience social and socioeconomic difficulties that arise following resettlement. Research has found that sport participation generally provides youth with a protective ...
    • Sonic Archives of Breathlessness 

      de Souza, Poppy (International Journal of Communication, 2020)
      This article conducts a close listening of the Australian podcast series Breathless: The Death of David Dungay Jr., which reports on the death in custody of Aboriginal man David Dungay and his family’s struggle for justice ...
    • Teaching Mathematics in Primary Schools: Principles for effective practice 

      Jorgensen, R; Dole, S; Larkin, K (2020)
      'This is an outstanding book: it should be high on the list of any primary school teacher's set of references and a required text for pre-service teachers.' Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom In our technology-rich ...
    • Copper nanocrystals anchored on an O-rich carbonized corn gel for nitrogen electroreduction to ammonia 

      Li, C; Zhang, S; Ding, Z; Zhou, H; Wang, G; Zhang, H (Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers, 2020)
      The electrochemical nitrogen reduction reaction (ENRR), as a promising green N2 fixation strategy for the production of ammonia under ambient conditions, has attracted significant attention. Herein, we report the synthesis ...
    • Factors influencing individuals' personal health information privacy concerns. A study in Ghana 

      Adu, Ernest K; Mills, Annette; Todorova, Nelly (Information Technology for Development, 2020)
      With advances in digitization, there have been heightened concerns about online privacy in developing countries, in particular, the privacy of personal health information (PHI) as these are shared among various stakeholders. ...
    • Global sport leadership 

      Frawley, S; Misener, L; Lock, D; Schulenkorf, N (2019)
      This book explores the global developments in sport leadership and practice. Drawing on the vast and ever-growing leadership literature, the book examines advances in leadership theory and practice in the context of the ...
    • Entity Alignment for Knowledge Graphs with Multi-order Convolutional Networks 

      Nguyen, Tam Thanh; Huynh, Thanh Trung; Yin, Hongzhi; Tong, Vinh Van; Sakong, Darnbi; Zheng, Bolong; Nguyen, Quoc Viet Hung (IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2020)
      Knowledge graphs (KGs) have become popular structures for unifying real-world entities by modelling the relationships between them and their attributes. Entity alignment -- the task of identifying corresponding entities ...
    • Rake and Rumpole – mavericks for justice: Purity and impurity in legal professionalism 

      Flood, John (Law, Lawyers and Justice: Through Australian Lenses, 2020)
      TV shows and films about law and lawyers are hugely successful. During its heyday in the late 20th century, Rumpole of the Bailey drew ten million viewers and was watched worldwide. Law programmes are often the only source ...
    • Heterogeneous ensemble selection for evolving data streams 

      Luong, AV; Nguyen, TT; Liew, AWC; Wang, S (Pattern Recognition, 2020)
      Ensemble learning has been widely applied to both batch data classification and streaming data classification. For the latter setting, most existing ensemble systems are homogenous, which means they are generated from only ...