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Miller, Stephanie and Licciardi, Raquel (2003) Tertiary Student Perceptions of the Benefits of Professional Career Management Education: An Exploratory Study. Career Development International, 8 (6). pp. 309-315. ISSN 1362-0436

Book Section

Stein, Andrew and Licciardi, Raquel (2012) Student perception of the importance and attainment of generic and graduate employability skills in a business course. In: 26th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference : managing for volatility and instability. Soontiens, Werner, ed. Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management, Perth.

Stein, Andrew and Licciardi, Raquel (2011) Introducing a Graduate Skills Business Unit into a Business Degree in Malaysia Using a Transnational Delivery Model. In: The Proceedings of the Information Systems Education Conference. Education Special Interest Group, Association of Information Technology Professionals, Chicago.

Stein, Andrew, Licciardi, Raquel and De Silva, Greeja H (2010) Issues in Developing a Transitional Generic-Skills Business unit for Malaysia. In: TARC International Conference on Learning and Teaching : emerging trends in higher education learning and teaching : 18-19 October, 2010, One World Hotel, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia : proceedings. Chin, Ng Swee, ed. Tunku Abdul Rahman College, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, pp. 47-54.


Licciardi, Raquel and Miller, Stephanie (2005) Management student perceptions of professional career development education. Working Paper. Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.

Bassett, Penny, Campbell, Gordon and Licciardi, Raquel (2003) Tunnel Vision: Limited Use of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS). Working Paper. Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.

Conference or Workshop Item

Woodley, Carolyn, Simmons, Rachel and Licciardi, Raquel (2010) Internationalising Employability Skills in Business Graduates: International Perspectives. In: Engaging for the future, 12-15 October, 2010, Darling Harbour, N.S.W.. (Unpublished)