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How, Janice, Ngo, Kian, & Verhoeven, Peter (2011) Dividend initiations and long-run IPO performance. Australian Journal of Management, 36(2), pp. 267-286.
How, Janice, Ling, Martin, & Verhoeven, Peter (2010) Does Size Matter? A genetic programming approach to technical trading. Quantitative Finance, 10(2), pp. 131-140.
Kieran, James, How, Janice, & Verhoeven, Peter (2008) Did the goodwill accounting standard impose material economic consequences on Australian acquirers? Accounting and Finance, 48(4), pp. 625-647.
Brown, Philip, How, Janice, & Verhoeven, Peter (2008) The accuracy of analysts' dividend forecasts around the worldstar, open. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 16(4), pp. 411-435.
How, Janice, Jelic, Ranko, Saadouni, Brahim, & Verhoeven, Peter (2007) Share allocations and performance of KLSE second board IPOs. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 15(3), pp. 292-314.
Wahab, Effiezal, How, Janice, & Verhoeven, Peter (2007) The impact of the Malaysian code on corporate governance: compliance, institutional investors and stock performance. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, 3(2), pp. 1-36.
How, Janice, Lam, Jennifer, & Yeo, Julian (2007) The use of the comparable firm approach in valuing Australian IPOs. International Review of Financial Analysis, 16(2), pp. 99-115.
Camp, Graeme, Comer, Aimee, & How, Janice C. Y. (2006) Incentives to underprice. Accounting and Finance, 46(4), pp. 537-551.
How, Janice, Phung, Yion, & Verhoeven, Peter (2005) Accuracy of analysts' earnings forecasts: evidence from mergers and acquisitions in Australia. Asian Academy of Management Journal of Accounting and Finance, 1, pp. 67-80.
How, Janice, Verhoeven, Peter, & Huang, Caro (2005) Information asymmetry surrounding earnings and dividend announcements: an intra-day analysis. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 68(5-6), pp. 463-473.
How, Janice, Karim, Melina, & Verhoeven, Peter (2005) Islamic financing and bank risks: the case of Malaysia. Thunderbird International Business Review, 47(1), pp. 75-94.