Because of the popularity of the Internet and web technologies, many public listed firms have started to use their corporate websites for disseminating corporate and financial information to their existing shareholders and potential investors. This project aims to investigate the major factors (e.g. company size, stock turnover and management attitude) that affect the degree of adopting webcasting technologies (e.g. uploading video clips about the company's future business strategies into the corporate website) used by public firms.
This project requires the use of statistical techniques for hypothesis testing.
Other special notes
Funding is also provided by CQUniversity to support research higher degree student project costs, and to support national and international conference presentations. This includes:
For masters by research candidates:
- up to $4,000 in Candidate Support Funds
- up to $3,000 for Candidate Travel Support
For doctoral candidates:
- up to $6,000 in Candidate Support Funds
- up to $4,500 for Conference Travel Support