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Connell, N.A.D. (1988) The current impact of expert systems on the accountng profession and some reasons for hesitancy in the adoption of such systems. The Knowledge Engineering Review, 2, (3)
Connell, N.A.D. (1988) Why bigger isn't always better: some disquieting differences in the implementation of small and large expert systems. In, Singh, Madan G., Hindi, K.S. and Salassa, Diane (eds.) Managerial Decision Support Systems: Proceedings of the First IMACS-IFORS International Colloquium, Manchester, UK, 23-25 Nov, 1987. IMACS-IFORS International Colloquium Amsterdam, Holland, North-Holland.
Connell, N.A.D. and Powell, P.L. (1988) Decision support systems and expert systems: the role of the user as a system builder. In, Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, US,
Connell, N.A.D. and Powell, P.L. (1988) An investigation into the practical use of Decision Support and Expert Systems in the UK accounting profession. In, 11th Congress of the European Accounting Association, Nice, France, 1988. Nice, France,
Dale, R.S. (1988) Canada's big bang: the new regulatory framework. Journal of International Banking Law
Dale, R.S. (1988) Financial regulation after the crash. Royal Bank of Scotland Review, 3-17.
Dale, R.S., Leslie, J. and Wyatt, G. (1988) Futures and options. Financial Times Business Information
Higgs, M.J. (1988) Management development strategies in the financial sector, London, GB, Macmillan Press, 180pp.
Klein, J.H. (1988) The level of interpretation of games. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 39, (6), 527-535.
Klein, J.H., Powell, P.L. and Connell, N.A.D. (1988) Organisational structure: the implications of expert systems. In, Human and Organisational Issues of Expert Systems. Conference Organised by the Ergonomics Society and ICL University Research Council, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, 04 - 06 May 1988.
Thomas, S. and McKenzie, G.W. (1988) Modelling the Dollar-Sterling exchange rates, 1965-81. In, Crystal, A.K. and Sedgwick, R. (eds.) Exchange Rates and the Open Economy. London, UK, Wheatsheaf Books.