Robert Brooks is Professor of Econometrics and Associate Dean (Research Quality) in the Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Measuring the Economic Impact of Knowledge-Based Institutions on National and Local Economies

This paper makes a contribution to the literature on regional economic development via its assessment of the economic impact of a knowledge-based institution on a particular region.

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Developing a Knowledge Base for Postal Organisations

This paper investigates the interest of postal organisations in a “knowledge base” containing case studies of innovations in postal services, to be delivered by the industry’s governing body, the Universal Postal Union (UPU).

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Hot Issues, New Economy Stocks and Australian Industry IPO Returns in the Late 1990s

This paper analyses Australian IPOs at an industry level for the period 1994 to 1999.

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Promise More, Leave Less: The Importance of Dividend Forecasts in Initial Public Offerings

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Researching Innovation in the Knowledge Economy: Developing a Multi-Disciplinary, Multi-Methodology Research Process

This paper discusses the need for a cross-discipline, multi-methodology approach to research required in a knowledge era.

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The Importance of Intangible Assets in Initial Public Offerings

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Determinants of R&D in Australia

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The Relative Size of the Venture Capital Market in Australia

This paper explores the size of the venture capital market in Australia as a way of understanding the availability of early stage capital for innovation.

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Intangible Assets and the Underpricing of Industrial Company Initial Public Offerings

This paper finds that the identification of certain intangible assets and their inclusion in prospectuses reduces uncertainty about the valuation of the initial public offering.

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CO2 Emissions and Economic Growth: Structural Breaks and Market Reforms in the Case of China

This paper explores the relationship between CO2 emissions and economic growth for China. The results demonstrate the importance of allowing for structural breaks to capture economic reforms.

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