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Tiffany Hutcheson
University of Technology, Sydney
15Publications
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#1Tiffany Hutcheson (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 3
#2Graeme Newell (USYD: University of Sydney)H-Index: 26
Decision-making in property investment by superannuation funds is an important investment decision, but it is different to their decision-making on other asset classes included in their asset portfolios. The large value and heterogeneous nature of individual pieces of real estate make the market for real estate relatively illiquid and subject to larger transaction costs than other asset classes. Based on interview surveys of Australian superannuation funds, using the analytical hierarchical proc...
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#1Tiffany HutchesonH-Index: 3
#2Graeme NewellH-Index: 26
Last.Stanley McGrealH-Index: 24
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The assets under management of property fund managers have been increasing over the last decade. The low interest rate environment and stability of property values relative to other asset class values has made property an attractive to wholesale investors. A large number of these investors are superannuation funds, who invest in property indirectly through property fund managers. As the characteristics of property, such as large value, heterogeneity, illiquid and large transaction costs, are so ...
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#1Tiffany Hutcheson (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 3
Research has found that large numbers of students admit to engaging in academic misconduct such as plagiarism whilst studying at university. The literature suggests, however, that many students commit plagiarism without realising it. The definition of plagiarism is culturally sensitive and students who undertake study in new cultures and simply follow what for them are standard academic practices may find themselves doing things that are regarded as unacceptable in the new culture. Students are ...
#1Tiffany Hutcheson (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 3
In most subjects that students complete as part of a Business or Commerce degree they are typically assessed by way of submitting a written essay and sitting for an exam. A student should be able to show in their written essay that they understand topics covered in the subject and have gained knowledge whilst writing the essay. Unfortunately, lecturers have found that the standard of a large number of written essays submitted by both undergraduate and postgraduate students can be fairly poor and...
#2Tiffany HutchesonH-Index: 3
Last.Ferry JieH-Index: 9
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PASS has proven to be a popular program with undergraduate University students. This study examines the impact of the PASS program when it is introduced into a postgraduate subject. The results imply that the postgraduate students who attended PASS were on average able to achieve higher marks than students that did not. However, the feedback provided by postgraduate students on the benefits they felt they achieved whilst attending PASS was not as positive as the feedback provided by undergraduat...
#1Tiffany Hutcheson (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 3
#2Harry Tse (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 3
It is a concern amongst academics that students, unless required, attend tutorials on an irregular basis and when they do attend do very little preparation. Tutors often find that many students simply attend the tutorial to copy down answers written by the tutor on the board. This paper examines the problem of tutorial attendance using two approaches. The first approach evaluates quantitatively whether there is a link between tutorial attendance and the grades achieved by students for assessment...
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#1Tiffany Hutcheson (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 3
#2Harry Tse (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 3
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#1Patrick J. WilsonH-Index: 15
#2John OkunevH-Index: 9
Last.Ralf ZurbrueggH-Index: 21
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AbstractWhile a significant amount of research has been undertaken on the risk premium existing in stock markets, very few studies have evaluated the risk premium in property markets. This paper extends the research on risk premium to the market for securitised property in Australia, Japan, the UK and US. A dividend discount model is applied to model the ex ante risk premium implied from the information contained in the price of securitised property shares. A Markov regime-switching model is the...
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#1Tiffany Hutcheson (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 3
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#1Patrick J. WilsonH-Index: 15
#2John OkunevH-Index: 9
Last.Tiffany HutchesonH-Index: 3
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The manner in which property market participants alter their pattern of activity under different economic climates is a matter of considerable interest to professionals and academics. Changing patterns of investment returns above the risk free rate (i.e. the risk premium) might provide some clues as to this market behaviour. If this is true then there are two important questions to be considered: (i) what is an appropriate value of the market risk premium in Australian property markets and, (ii)...
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