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Interest in Research Supervision
Referred Journal Articles:
Nguyen, L., & Hooper, K. (2012). Seizing opportunities in Western professional accounting. Vietnam Accounting and Auditing Journal. Vol. 100, pp. 41 – 43.
Hooper, K.C., & Xu, G. (2012). Ethics and Accounting practices in New Zealand, Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol. 27 (7).
Nguyen, L., & Hooper, K. (2012). The disparities in incomes between bookkeepers and accountants in Vietnam: a Bourdieuian analysis of social closure. Asian Journal of Business and Accounting, 5(1).
Mat Husin, N., Hoooper, K.C & Olesen, K. (2012). Analysis of intellectual capital disclosure – an illustrative example, Journal of Intellectual Capital, Vol. 13, (2), pp. 196-220.
Sinclair, R, & Hooper, K.C. (2011). The quality of charities’ audit reports in New Zealand, New Zealand Journal of Applied Research, Vol. 9, (2) pp.23-41..
Godfrey, A, Su, R. and Hooper, K, (2011) The motivations and investment preferences of Chinese investors who migrate to New Zealand. Investment Management and Financial Innovations, (ISSN 1810-4967, Vol. 8 (3), 2011.
Su, R.,Hooper, K.C., Dutta, A.S & Yi, R. (2011). Why small business owners should not worry about money left on the table, International Business Research, Vol. 4 (4), pp. 42 – 52.
Zhao, Y., Su, R., & Hooper, K.C.(2011). Accounting conservatism and disposition effect, International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 6 (10), pp. 94 - 101.
Nguyen, L., & Hooper, K. (July, 2011). Accounting in New Zealand: A Comparison with Accounting in Vietnam. Vietnam Accounting and Auditing Journal. Vol. 94, pp. 42 – 44.
Nguyen, L., & Hooper, K (August, 2011). Standard setting restructuring in New Zealand: Converging to the Vietnamese Model. Vietnam Accounting and Auditing Journal. Vol. 95, pp. 41 – 43.
Huang, H., & Hooper, K.C. (2011). New Zealand Funding Organisations: How do they make decisions on allocating funds to Not-for-profit organisations? Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management, Vol. 8(4).
Devi, S.S &Hooper, K.C. (2011) Accounting in Asia, Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Vol. 11,pp. 2-7.
Su, R., Hooper, K.C & Godfrey, A. (2011). The motivations and investment preferences of Chinese investors who migrate to New Zealand, Investment Management & Financial innovations Journal, 3, pp. 20 - 45.
Cheng A., Davey, H. and Hooper, K (2010). The perceptions of tax teachers on taxing capital gains in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy, 16 (2) pp. 217-245.
Prescott. S.M. & Hooper, K.C. (2009). Commons and anti-commons: Tongan business experiences in New Zealand. Pacific Accounting Review, 21 (3), pp. 286-303.
Ayoub, S. & Hooper, K.C. (2009). Les freins culturels à l'adoption des IFRS en Europe : une analyse du cas français. La Revue Sciences de Gestion, 68, 117-138.
Hooper, K.C. & Kearins, K.N. (2008). The walrus and the carpenter: Liberal reform, hypocrisy and expertocracy in Maori land loss in New Zealand 1885-1911, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 19 (8), 1239-1262.
Hooper, K.C., Sinclair, R, Hui, D & Mataira, K.M. (2008). Financial Reporting by New Zealand charities: finding a way forward, Managerial Auditing, 23 (1), 68-83.
Low, M., Davey, H. and Hooper, K. (2008). Accounting Scandals, Ethical Dilemmas and Educational Challenges. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 19 (2), 222-254.
Hooper, K.C. & Kearins, K.N. (2007), Looking for Joan of Arc: Collaboration in the rise and fall of heroes, Culture and Organization, 13(4), pp. 297-312.
Hooper, K.C & Kearins, K.N. (2007) Recurrent rescues of a financial institution: Socialising the losses. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 18 (4), 469-486.
Hooper, K.C., Davey, H., & Su R. (2006) Persistence in Mutual Fund Returns: New Zealand Evidence. Accounting Research Journal, 19 (2), 105-121.
Hooper, K.C. (2006). Using William the Conqueror’s accounting record to assess manorial efficiency: a critical appraisal, Accounting History, 11 (2), 67- 89.