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  1. Heerskappy van God as eskatologiese motif : enkele belangrike aspekte in die boek Openbaring
    Theron, Hendrik Schalk, 1928-, 2015-01-23T04:24:20Z
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  2. Integrity issues of information created by book entries
    Van der Poll, Huibrecht Margaretha, 2013-09-06T14:02:38Z
    Book entries are vehicles used in accounting to accommodate non-cash transactions, timing differences and provisions. The use of book entries is a normal activity in accounting and may have their origin in accrual accounting. The management of a company may apply creative accounting techniques in th ...
  3. Duration as a strategic interest rate risk management tool in financial institutions / Gary Wayne van Vuuren
    Van Vuuren, Gary Wayne, 2009-02-18T05:56:12Z, North-West University
    Banks and financial institutions record core banking activities (taking deposits and making loans) on the balance sheet of the banking book, but trading book (trading and investment) pursuits are recorded off-balance-sheet. Both books are subject to considerable risk from numerous sources, but regul ...
  4. A book history study of Michael Radford"s filmic production William Shakespeare"s The Merchant of Venice
    Green, Bryony Rose Humphries, 2008, Rhodes University
    Falling within the ambit of the Department of English Literature but with interdisciplinary scope and method, the research undertaken in this thesis examines Michael Radford’s 2004 film production William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice using the Book History approach to textual study. Previous ...
  5. Is the price-to book/return on equity ratio constant across sectors?
    Coultas, Andrew, 2014-12-27T19:55:49Z, University of Cape Town
    This research paper investigates whether or not the Price-to-Book/ Return on Equity ratio is constant across the banking, retail, pharmaceutical and manufacturing sectors. The study makes use of statistical tests to determine if the ratio is constant. In addition, the research paper investigates the ...
  6. The development of a hardware random number generator for gamma-ray astronomy / R.C. Botha
    Botha, Roelof Cornelis, 2009-02-11T13:55:03Z, North-West University
    Pulsars, as rotating magnetised neutron stars got much attention during the last 40 years since their discovery. Observations revealed them to be gamma-ray emitters with energies continuing up to the sub 100 GeV region. Better observation of this upper energy cut-off region will serve to enhance our ...
  7. Partial exchangeability and related topics.
    North, Delia Elizabeth., 2012-07-05T12:57:02Z
    Partial exchangeability is the fundamental building block in the subjective approach to the probability of multi-type sequences which replaces the independence concept of the objective theory. The aim of this thesis is to present some theory for partially exchangeable sequences of random variables ...
  8. An investigation for possible parallels of the Roman imperial cult (Caesar-Nero) in the New Testament book of Hebrews
    Chivington, Ryan D, 2013-09-07T15:58:48Z
    This thesis is an investigation of possible significant parallels of the Roman imperial cult (Caesar-Nero) in the book of Hebrews. The book of Hebrews was no doubt greatly impacted by Jewish influence, context, and background. Yet there may be other significant influences that have formed the New Te ...
  9. Bank loan pricing and profitability and their connections with Basel II and the subprime mortgage crisis / B.A. Tau
    Tau, Baetsane Aaron, 2010-03-04T10:59:15Z, North-West University
    A topical issue in financial economics is the development of appropriate stochastic dynamic models for banking items and behavior. The issue here is to fulfil the need to generalize the more traditional discrete-time models of banking activity to a Levy process setting. In this thesis, under the ass ...
  10. Financial liberalisation and the capital structure of firms listed on the Johannesburg stock exchange
    Chipeta, Chimwemwe, 2013-09-06T16:13:25Z
    This thesis examines the impact of financial liberalisation on the capital structure of non-financial firms listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). The research hypotheses have been formulated and tested by using various econometric estimation procedures. The empirical assessment begins by ...