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Wyatt, Anne and Frick, Herman (2010) Accounting for investments in human capital: A review. Australian Accounting Review, 20 3: 199-220. doi:10.1111/j.1835-2561.2010.00104.x 171   3 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Dasborough, M. T., Frick, G., Lamb, P. W., Suseno, Y. and Tan, A. C. W. (2002). A phenomenographic study of emotions in mergers. In: L. Bennington, Proceedings of the 16th ANZAM Conference: Enhancing Business and Government Capabilities: Research, Knowledge and Practice. Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Annual Conference 2002, Beechworth, Victoria, (). 4-7 December, 2002. 79  
Waters, Jennifer and Frick, Hermann (2014). Blended learning in an accounting course: Introduction of a synchronous virtual classroom. In: AFAANZ 2014 Annual Conference, Auckland New Zealand, (). 6 - 8 July 2014. 8  
Dasborough, M., Frick, G., Lamb, P. W. and Suseno, Y. (2003). Emotions in mergers: A phenomenographical approach. In: D. Nagao, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings: Democracy in a Knowledge Economy. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management, Seattle, Washington, USA, (). 1-6 August, 2003. 94  
Frick, G. (2002). Legal risk assessment and management of foreign direct investment: A case study of Australian investments in Chile. In: A. Pinnington, 4th Annual RHD Student Colloquium - Abstracts. 2002 Research Student Colloquium, Riverglenn Conference Centre, Indooroopilly, (23-23). 1 June, 2002. 140  
Frick, Hermann and Brewer, Paul (2010). Management of legal risk in foreign direct investment: The Case of Australian FDI in Chile. In: Sid Gray and Catherine Welch, ANZIBA 2010 Conference Proceedings: Global Business and Sustainable Development. ANZIBA Annual Conference, Sydney, NSW, Australia, (1-21). 15-17 April 2010. 467 9