Frank Scrimgeour
Frank Scrimgeour
Professor of Economics, University of Waikato
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Modelling the causal relationship between energy consumption and GDP in New Zealand, Australia, India, Indonesia, The Philippines and Thailand
K Fatai, L Oxley, FG Scrimgeour
Mathematics and computers in simulation 64 (3-4), 431-445, 2004
The efficacy of principle‐based corporate governance practices and firm financial performance: An empirical investigation
K Reddy, S Locke, F Scrimgeour
International Journal of Managerial Finance 6 (3), 190-219, 2010
Robust and resilient strategies for managing supply disruptions in an agribusiness supply chain
G Behzadi, MJ O'Sullivan, TL Olsen, F Scrimgeour, A Zhang
International journal of production economics 191, 207-220, 2017
The relationship between environmental performance and financial performance in periods of growth and contraction: Evidence from Australian publicly listed companies
N Muhammad, F Scrimgeour, K Reddy, S Abidin
Journal of Cleaner Production 102, 324-332, 2015
Reducing carbon emissions? The relative effectiveness of different types of environmental tax: the case of New Zealand
F Scrimgeour, L Oxley, K Fatai
Environmental Modelling & Software 20 (11), 1439-1448, 2005
Gender diversity and firm performance: evidence from India and Singapore
G Duppati, NV Rao, N Matlani, F Scrimgeour, D Patnaik
Applied Economics 52 (14), 1553-1565, 2020
Corporate governance practices of small cap companies and their financial performance: an empirical study in New Zealand
K Reddy, S Locke, F Scrimgeour, A Gunasekarage
International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics 4 (1), 51-78, 2008
Modeling and forecasting the demand for electricity in New Zealand: a comparison of alternative approaches
K Fatai, L Oxley, FG Scrimgeour
The energy journal 24 (1), 75-102, 2003
Traceability using RFID and its formulation for a kiwifruit supply chain
R Gautam, A Singh, K Karthik, S Pandey, F Scrimgeour, MK Tiwari
Computers & Industrial Engineering 103, 46-58, 2017
Energy consumption and employment in New Zealand: searching for causality
K Fatai, L Oxley, F Scrimgeour
NZAE conference, Wellington 2, 2002
Willingness to adopt a more plant-based diet in China and New Zealand: Applying the theories of planned behaviour, meat attachment and food choice motives
O Wang, F Scrimgeour
Food quality and preference 93, 104294, 2021
Stock returns and fundamentals in the Australian market
N Muhammad, F Scrimgeour
Asian Journal of Finance & Accounting 6 (1), 271-290, 2014
The impact of corporate environmental performance on market risk: The Australian industry case
N Muhammad, F Scrimgeour, K Reddy, S Abidin
Journal of Business Ethics 132, 347-362, 2015
Choosing regional futures: challenges and choices in building integrated models to support long-term regional planning in New Zealand
DT Rutledge, M Cameron, S Elliott, T Fenton, B Huser, G McBride, ...
Regional Science Policy & Practice 1 (1), 85-108, 2008
Modeling governance and water pollution using the institutional ecological economic framework
A Gani, F Scrimgeour
Economic modelling 42, 363-372, 2014
The value of statistical life and the economics of landmine clearance in developing countries
J Gibson, S Barns, M Cameron, S Lim, F Scrimgeour, J Tressler
World development 35 (3), 512-531, 2007
ASEAN-New Zealand trade relations and trade potential: Evidence and analysis
S Bano, Y Takahashi, F Scrimgeour
Journal of Economic Integration, 144-182, 2013
Analysis of environmental and economic efficiency using a farm population micro-simulation model
T Ramilan, F Scrimgeour, D Marsh
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 81 (7), 1344-1352, 2011
A public choice perspective on agricultural policy reform: implications of the New Zealand experience
FG Scrimgeour, EC Pasour Jr
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78 (2), 257-267, 1996
The export growth and revealed comparative advantage of the New Zealand kiwifruit industry
S Bano, F Scrimgeour
International Business Research 5 (2), 73-82, 2012
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