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Foreign Institutional Ownership and Auditor Choice: Evidence from Worldwide Institutional Ownership
We investigate how the demand for higher quality audits outside of the United States is affected by the type of institutional investors, foreign versus domestic. Consistent with the notion that foreign institutional ...
A Case Study of the Implementation of Staff Training Aimed at Reducing Rearrest (STARR)
(United States Courts, 2016-06)
Research on evidence-based correctional practices notes the critical importance of program implementation in assessing program effectiveness. In this article, the authors describe the implementation of a training program ...
Graphical Passwords and Young Learners
Computer security is becoming an increasingly important and common part of our daily lives. We cannot use computers safely or securely without effective login systems. This challenge is especially problematic for children. ...
Moving Metadata Forward with BIBFRAME: An Interview with Rebecca Guenther
In November 2015, Margaret Dull interviewed Rebecca Guenther, metadata consultant, educator, and former senior networking and standards specialist at the Library of Congress. Guenther shared her views on developing metadata ...
Broadening the Lens of Stereotype and Bias: Perspectives from Charm City.
(Organizational Psychology, 2016-09)
In the focal article, Ruggs et al. (2016) outline the ways in which psychological theory and research can provide insight into the potential underlying processes behind recent conflict between law enforcement officials and ...