The detailed programof i FAIR 2009 conference
|0900-1000||Opening and Keynote speechInvisible Leadership For Success In BusinessGrier Lin President International Leadership Institute Australia|
|1020-1130||Session F Chair: Dr. Jian-Hsin Chou|
|Securitization and The Subprime Mortgage Crisis of 2008Chao-Hui YehThe Interaction Effect of Firm and Industry Characteristics, Economic Conditions on Capital Structure: Evidence from TaiwanHsien-Hung Yeh, Wen-Ying ChengAn Exploratory Study of the Earning Growth Curve in Online Auction－Taking the Female Attire and the Clothing Fitting as an ExampleWen-Ying Cheng, Yu-Xin ChenA Study on Risk Factors of Personal Injury Liability Insurance: A Case of “T” Non-life Insurance CompanyPai-Lung Chou, Jen-Wen Sheu, Chen-Hua YaoUsing Financial Factors to Investigate Productivity–An Empirical Study in Taiwan
Shu-Yi Liaw, Chih-Ying Tai
|1130-1200||Special Topic SpeechAustralia Economy and Real Estate ProspectPaul Shih Australian Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce|
|1310-1430||Session A Chair: Dr. Alex Kung-Hsiung Chang|
|The Expansion Of Taiwanese Residential Construction In The 2000s: A Supply Led Or Demand Pull ExpansionHenry H. Y. Hsieh, John ForsterTourism motivation as an effective platform for improved MICE segmentation marketing strategies for TaiwanChe-Chao Chiang, Fu-Ming Chiang, Riccardo NatoliThe Competitiveness of Semiconductor Corporations in China from Institution Theory and Resource-Based Theory: Case Study of SMIC and TSMCMu Hua Chen, Xin-Min Tian, Wan-Chiang Chen, Bih-Shiaw JawDoes the leadership style influence Employee’s Organizational Trust? – The mediating effect of Leader-Member ExchangeYuan-Duen Lee, Shih-Hao Chen, Wen-Yu Chiu, Pei-Wen ChaoStrategy Paradox and Integrated Model of Strategic Management
|1435-1555||Session I Chair: Dr. Eduardo D. Roca|
|A Study of Grey Theory on Improving the Investment Performance of Technical Analysis Index —An Example of Shenzhen Index’s Component StocksAlex Kung-Hsiung Chang, Kuei-Yi, LinA Study of Grey Theory on Improving the Investment Performance of Technical Analysis Index —An Example of the Dow Jones Industry Index’s Component StocksAlex Kung-Hsiung Chang, Jui-Lin, HsuImplementing Option Pricing Models When Asset Returns Follow An Autoregressive Moving Average ProcessChou-Wen Wang , Chin-Wen WuAre World Socially Responsible Investment Markets Integrated?Eduardo D. Roca, Victor S.H. Wong, Gurudeo A. TularamMarket Mechanism And Traders’ Behavior At The Close
Yu Chuan Huang, Shu Hui Chan
|1615-1740||Session R Chair: Dr. Chu-Hsiung Lin|
|Achieving a Higher Accuracy for Hull and White’s Method for Estimating Value-at-RiskChang-Cheng Changchien, Chu-Hsiung Lin, Hsien-Chueh Peter YangRelationship between Term Structure Information and Hedge Ratio of Treasury Futures ContractsJian-Hsin Chou, Wei-Ming Wu,Chien-Yun ChangTo Establish Robust Portfolio Insurance Strategy by Artificial Intelligence MethodPai-Lung Chou, Jen-Wen Sheu, Chen-Hua YaoAssessing the default risk for the residential mortgage loans: as the perspective of the decision costHsien-Chueh Peter Yang, Tsoyu Calvin Lin, Alex Kung-Hsiung Chang, Tsung-Hao Chen|
|1745||Ending and see you 2010.|
Conference delegates will receive a hard copy of the contributed conference full paper and a CD-Rom in the Conference Proceedings Book. Delegates who wish to access a hard copy of the conference papers during the conference should print copies from the CD-Rom prior traveling.
Presentations will consist of 5 papers per session. Each session is of 80 minutes duration. Each presenter will be allocated 15 minutes for their presentation, including reviewer and questions. It is very important that presenters do not take more time than is allowed. To help the presenter keep track of time, the Chair of the Session will show a green-colored card to indicate that 3 minutes are remaining, and a red-colored card to indicate that your presentation should end immediately.
Please save your presentation on CD/DVD or a USB memory stick. Presenters should arrive at their allocated room 15 minutes before the start of the session to load their presentation. Student Volunteers will be available to assist conference presenters in this process.
The iFAIRS 2009 conference will take place on Wednesday 15 April 2009 at Sea World Resort Gold Coast Queensland Australia. If you travel from Taiwan, the referred tour and accommodation information by Jenco tourist co. Ltd. is here.
You could contract Dr. Tsung-Hao Chen about the tour information.
Sea World Resort & Water Park ★★★★ ☆
The hotel is located right next door to Sea World on Seaworld Drive, Main Beach QLD 4217. The hotel can arrange airport transfers via bus or limousine. Located just 5 minutes downtown Surfers Paradise, 15 minutes to the Casino and 20 minutes to the popular attractions Warner Bros. Movie World, Wet ‘n’ Wild and Paradise Country.
Australia’s Only Water Park Resort!
With full-size water slides, 3 lagoon pools plus direct monorail access to Sea World, Sea World Resort & Water Park is the ultimate theme park holiday destination.
Located on the Broadwater, guests will enjoy 4.5 star facilities and friendly service all within easy access to famous Gold Coast beaches and shopping.
The resort features 405 rooms with most that can accommodate up to 4 guests. All rooms have a balcony or patio outlook and offer garden, pool or Broadwater views.
In addition to 5 restaurants and 2 bar areas (including award winning a la carte, modern seafood buffet and Japanese cuisine), the resort offers a host of seasonal water sports, a popular evening Kids Club (kids 4½ to 12 yrs) plus massage and beauty.
Guests will be delighted with free and unlimited use of the Water Play aqua playground and the newly acquired 1.6 hectare Water Park. The Water Play is ideal for kids and is located by the main resort pool. It has a colourful array of slides, jets and a giant water-filled tipping bucket. The Water Park is a giant recreational splash zone featuring 2 large lagoon pools, flume slides and a mammoth plunge.
Entry to the Water Park is included free for all guests staying at the resort. The Water Park area provides licensed dining plus private cabanas for hire.
The resort has conference and meeting facilities to cater for up to 300 guests theatre style.
A business centre with Internet access is available. One of the unique features is absolute waterfront meeting facilities. Guaranteed to make any conference something out of the ordinary, Sea World Resort offers groups of 25 or more delegates to an exclusive Shark Bay experience where your delegates will come face to face with the sharks and other marine life at your very own.