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MEAFA is glad to welcome Prof Günther Gebhardt as an affiliated international member.

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We are cheerful to announce MEAFA’s newest international members: Prof Roger Willett and Dr Michal Falta from the University of Otago, New Zealand.

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MEAFA is very pleased to announce the affiliation of three new scholars from The University of Sydney: Dr Neal Arthur, Dr Sandra van der Laan and Dr Jiri Svec.

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Following the successful Second Meeting on MEAFA, 29-30 Jan 2009 and a recent strategy meeting, MEAFA has restructured its decision making processes and expanded locally and internationally.

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MEAFA will like to announce its newest NZ-based international member,
Professor Paul Dunmore from Massey University.


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MEAFA is very happy to announce the newest international member,
Professor Mark Tippett from Loughborough University.

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I am very pleased to announce that the manual on Introduction to Stata and the Management of Financial Data, has broken the threshold of 500 downloads.

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MEAFA is delighted to announce the first US-based international member,
Professor Stephen H. Penman from Columbia University.

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With less than one year of releasing the notes on Introduction to Stata and the Management of Financial Data, MEAFA has received more than 250 requests from over 50 jurisdictions around the world!

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The former Discipline of Econometrics and Business Statistics is now officially renamed to Discipline of Operations Management and Econometrics (DOME).

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MEAFA has just received news that it has been awarded an International Program Development Fund (IPDF) grant for the project of International Collaborative Research Initiative in Financial Analysis Research.

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MEAFA is delighted to announce a working link with the newly founded Wales Institute of Social and Economic Data and Methods (WISERD).

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MEAFA is delighted to have received congratulating feedback for delivering a high-quality research training workshop.

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MEAFA is delighted to announce a strategic link with the University of Mannheim and specifically with Prof Holger Daske from the world-class Center for Doctoral Studies in Business.

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MEAFA is pleased to announce its newest international members: Prof Peter Pope from Lancester University, the UK, and Dr Annita Florou from the University of Macedonia, Greece.

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MEAFA is delighted to announce its newest member from the Discipline of Economics.

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Following the success of the recent First Meeting on Methodological and Empirical Advances in Financial Analysis, 14-15 Feb 2008, MEAFA called upon an urgent strategy meeting to discuss the future direction of the research group.

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MEAFA is delighted to welcome Professor Geoffrey Whittington as an affiliated international member.

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MEAFA is delighted to announce its link with the Financial Integrity Research Network (FIRN) in Australia.
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MEAFA was delighted to be informed that Stata has now uploaded a link for the manual Introduction to Stata and the Management of Financial Data on its web page Resources for learning Stata.

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The Faculty of Economics and Business Statistics continues to support MEAFA, under the funding scheme of Research Group Support, 2007.

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We are delighted to announce the affilliation of MEAFA to three new international scholars: Dr Christina Dargenidou, Dr Christos Grambovas and Dr Ivana Raonic.

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MEAFA enjoys the privilege in welcoming Professor Willem Buijink as an affiliated external member and prime representative of the research group for the Netherlands and Belgium.

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MEAFA is delighted to announce the release of Indecent Disclosure: Gilding the Corporate Lily by Professor Graeme Dean and Honorary Professor Frank Clarke.

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MEAFA has recently formalised links with the Centre of Analysis and Risk Investment (CAIR) at the University of Manchester.

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Have a look at MEAFA's business card.

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MEAFA has been successful in its application for funding from the Faculty of Economics and Business Statistics, under the scheme of Strategic Research Initiatives 2007.

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Lisbon, Portugal: While attending the 30th annual congress of the European Accounting Association (EAA), MEAFA members have discussed ways for linking with the European research training network INTACCT.

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MEAFA is seen as a 'missing piece' in financial analysis research, given its prime aim to inform accounting and finance research with modern developments in econometrics and statistics.

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MEAFA is very pleased to announce its first international affiliated member, Prof Stuart McLeay.

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The Research Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (RIHSS) provided seed funding for the creation of the research group Methodological and Empirical Advances in Financial Analysis (MEAFA).

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MEAFA is a cross-disciplinary research group that promotes methodical analytical work with empirical applications in financial analysis.
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