Our Research – “Farming systems and productivity gaps: Opportunities for improving smallholder performance in the Forest-Savannah transition zone of Ghana”, Professor Rene Villano et al.

This paper examines the productivity of diversified farming systems in the Forest-Savannah Transition zone of Ghana. Cross sectional data from 568 smallholder farmers and a metafrontier framework are used to investigate the opportunities for improving the...

Our Research – “Interactive Effects of Executive Compensation, Firm Performance and Corporate Governance: Evidence from an Asian Market”, Professor Omar Al Farooque, Professor Wonlop Buachoom and Professor Nam Hoang

In this study, we examine the interactive effect of executive compensation, firm performance and corporate governance in different institutional and governance settings of an emerging market economy. Capturing monitoring and incentive alignment aspects as suggested...

Our Research – “What’s driving innovation in small businesses in Australia: The case of the food industry”, Professor Rene Villano

The paper examines the importance of different factors driving innovation in Australia's small food industry. There is strong evidence that innovation is a primary driver of a nation’s economic growth. As Australia continues to compete in the global economy, it is...

Our Research – “Should smallholder farming in China be discouraged? Panel evidence from Anhui Province”, Professor Rene Villano

This paper adds to the debate of understanding the performance of agriculture sector. New agricultural management entities have appeared and been encouraged by the government in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in recent years. Mainstream opinion has stressed...

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