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Fogelberg, G. and Laurent, C.R. (1974) Boards of directors in New Zealand companies. Research Paper, No.1, Dept. of Business Administration, Victoria University, Wellington.

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Fox, M.A. and Roy, M.R. (1994) Corporate control and foreign ownership of New Zealand public listed companies. New Zealand Strategic Management, 1, 2, pp.24-31.

Roy, M.R., Fox, M.A. and Hamilton, R.T. (1994) Board size and potential corporate and director interlocks in Australasia 1984-1993. Australian Journal of Management, 19, 2, pp.201-217.

Fox, M.A. and Walker, G.R. (1994) Ownership structure of New Zealand stock Exchange Top 40 companies. Company and Securities Law Journal, 12, 8, pp.529-530.

Fox, M.A. and Walker, G.R. (1994) Institutional investment in New Zealand publicly listed companies. Company and Securities Law Journal, 12, 7, pp.467-469.

Fox, M.A., Roy, M.R. and Walker, G.R. (1994) Interlocking directorships in New Zealand publicly listed companies. Company and Securities Law Journal, 12, 5, pp. 331-335.

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