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Research and publications Research list The department maintains a high level of research by its members and students. The following gives an indication of the formal staff publication record for 2005 with their Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST) classifications for the purposes of the Higher Education Research Data collection. Books Non DEST A1 Richard Cullen, The Rule of Law in Hong Kong, monograph published by Civic Exchange, Hong Kong in hard copy and soft copy, 34 pages, 2005, available at www.civic-exchange.org/publications/2005/rolawe.pdf Richard Cullen and Tor Krever, Taxation and Democracy in Hong Kong, monograph published by Civic Exchange, Hong Kong in hard copy and soft copy, 35 pages, available at www.civic- exchange.org/publications/2005/taxdemo-E.pdf Richard Cullen Protecting and Advancing the Rule of Law in Hong Kong, web-published by Civic Exchange at www.civic-exchange.org/publications/2005/ruleoflawnovconf.pdf and also web-published by the ABERU at Monash University Graeme Cooper* (University of Sydney), Rick Krever, Richard Vann* (University of Sydney) and Cameron Rider* (University of Melbourne), Cooper, Krever, Vann’s Income Taxation: Commentary and Materials, 5th ed, Thomson, Sydney, 1005 +xxxii, 2005 Paul Latimer, Australian Business Law, 24th ed, (‘2005 edition’), CCH Australia Ltd, Sydney, 1259 pages, 2005 Rhett Martin, Understanding negotiable instruments: a guide for undergraduate business students, Pearson Education Australia, 2005 Les Nethercott* (Accounting and Finance), Grant Richardson (City University of Hong Kong) and Ken Devos, Master Tax Examples, 4th ed, CCH Australia Ltd, 2005, 449 pages, plus online edition Les Nethercott* (Accounting and Finance), Grant Richardson* (City University of Hong Kong) and Ken Devos, Australian Taxation Study Manual: Questions and suggested solutions, 15th ed, CCH Australia Ltd, Sydney, 619 pages, 2005, plus online edition Shanthy Rachagan, Janine Pascoe and Anil Joshi* (Metropolitan College, Malaysia), Concise Principles of Company Law in Malaysia, Malayan Law Journal, 2005 Robin Woellner* (James Cook University), Stephen Barkoczy, Shirley Murphy* (tax consultant) and Chris Evans* (Atax), 2006 Australian Taxation Law, CCH Australia Ltd, Sydney, 16th ed, 2111 pages, 2005 Edited books Stephen Barkoczy (principal author), Cameron Rider* (Melbourne Law School), John Baring* (tax lawyer) and Neil Bellamy* (former staff member), Australian Tax Casebook, 7th ed, CCH Australia Ltd, 1115 pages, 2004, reprinted 2005 Rick Krever, GST Legislation Plus, paper and online, Thomson ATP, Sydney, 1190 pages + x, 2005 Phillip Lipton, Abe Herzberg, and Paul von Nessen, Essential Corporations Legislation, 11th ed, Lawbook Co, Sydney, 997 pages, 2005
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Editorships Gerald Acquaah-Gaisie, Editor, Corporate Misconduct eZine, Lawbook Co Wayne Gumley, National Editor, National Environmental Law Review, the quarterly journal of the National Environmental Law Association Anthony Forsyth, Case Notes Editor, Australian Journal of Labour Law
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