Inka Havrila
Victoria University, Australia
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25Publications
4H-index
189Citations
Publications 25
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#1Mario J. MirandaH-Index: 7
#2László KónyaH-Index: 13
Last. Inka HavrilaH-Index: 4
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This study estimated two models; one predicting store satisfaction and the other predicting store loyalty. This paper demonstrates that the significant factors that contribute to store satisfaction have little in common with the factors that impel shoppers to stay store loyal. Moreover, there was no evidence from this study that shoppers– store satisfaction was a significant influence on their continued patronage of the store. However even in a state of heightened consciousness of a special purc...
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#1Kandiah JegasothyH-Index: 2
#2Inka HavrilaH-Index: 4
In this paper a model of import demand for Australian wine to Russia is developed and estimated. The analysis covers the period between 1995 and 2008. The results show that the level of income is one of the strongest determinants of import demand for Australian wine in Russia. The coefficient estimate suggests that one percent increase in real income level leads to approximately 3.2 percent increase in import demand for Australian wine. The real exchange rate, used as a proxy to capture the pric...
#1Inka Havrila (VU: Victoria University, Australia)H-Index: 4
#2Christabel Ming Zhang (VU: Victoria University, Australia)H-Index: 3
University students often view economics as one of the most challenging subjects. In this paper, we explore whether the same attitude is shared by students at an offshore campus. The analysis is based on a survey of onshore and offshore students in an Australian university. The focus of the paper is on identifying similarities/differences in student attitudes towards economics, their degree of motivation, satisfaction with the content and the delivery of lectures and tutorials, major challenges,...
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#1Inka HavrilaH-Index: 4
#1Inka HavrilaH-Index: 4
In this paper a model of Australia's import demand for clothing products is developed and estimated. The results show that, in the short-run, price of imports relative to domestic price of clothing and Australia's real income are the significant determinants of import demand. In the long run the significant determinants of import demand are relative price of imports, Australia's real income, and effective rate of assistance to Australia's clothing industries. The long run elasticity estimates in...
#2Inka HavrilaH-Index: 4
Last. Sukij KhorchurklangH-Index: 1
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Econometric models of export demand for Australian dairy food (milk dry and butter) are developed and estimated in this paper using unrestricted error correction modelling procedure and data for the period 19752000. The findings indicate that, in the short run As well as in the long run, export demand for Australian milk dry and butter in Thailand decreases when Australia's export price relative to that of competing countries increases. The estimated long run relative price elasticity of export ...
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#1Mario J. MirandaH-Index: 7
#2Inka HavrilaH-Index: 4
#1Inka HavrilaH-Index: 4
#1Mario J. MirandaH-Index: 7
#2Inka HavrilaH-Index: 4
#1Inka HavrilaH-Index: 4
A recent study of first year Microeconomics students’ experiences at Victoria University (VU) identified a number of aspects of student attitude towards economics, their degree of motivation, satisfaction with the content and the delivery of lectures and tutorials. Students surveyed indicated that a teaching approach which links economics to ‘real-world’ situations was a significant motivating factor. The objective of this paper is to examine first year students’ learning experience at a VU’s of...