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2017Cities Created By Modernity: A Fengshui PerspectivePaton, Michael; EconomicsCities Created By Modernity: A Fengshui Perspective, Journal of Chinese Philosophy, vol.42, SUPPL S1, 2017,pp 477-499
2004Dragon Veins, Cultural Chauvinism, And The Energy Of The LandPaton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessDragon Veins, Cultural Chauvinism, And The Energy Of The Land, Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on the History of Science in China: Multiaspect Studies on the History of Science, Technology and Medicine in China, vol.N/A,(),2004,pp 488-491
2017The Dragon(s) of SydneyPaton, Michael; EconomicsThe Dragon(s) of Sydney, Academic Journal of Feng Shui - 1st Symposium - Oceania, vol.N/A, 2017, pp. 1-11
2010English as an Academic Lingua Franca: Internationalisation, Economic Imperative or Cultural Chauvinism?Paton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessEnglish as an Academic Lingua Franca: Internationalisation, Economic Imperative or Cultural Chauvinism?, English as an Academic Lingua Franca: Internationalisation, Economic Imperative or Cultural Chauvinism?, vol.1, 2010, pp. 133-148
2009Feng Shui and the Energy of the LandPaton, Michael; EconomicsFeng Shui and the Energy of the Land in Research in Scientific Feng Shui and the Built Environment, City University of Hong Kong Press, 2009, pp. 45-64
2007Fengshui: a Continuation of the Art of Swindlers?Paton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessFengshui: a Continuation of the Art of Swindlers?, Journal of Chinese Philosophy, vol.34,(3),2007,pp 427-445
2015The Geography of Styles of Reasoning: East and West, North and SouthPaton, Michael; EconomicsThe Geography of Styles of Reasoning: East and West, North and South, Philosophy East and West: a quarterly of comparative philosophy, vol.65, 1, 2015,pp 178-195
2009Good Fortune or Environmental Harmony?Paton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessGood Fortune or Environmental Harmony?, Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Scientific Feng Shui and Built Environment 2009, vol.CD-ROM,(),2009,pp 94-102
2009Human nature and social complexity: a common challenge for Chinese philosophy and marketingHenry, Paul; Paton, Michael; Marketing; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessHuman nature and social complexity: a common challenge for Chinese philosophy and marketing, International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management, vol.2, 3, 2009,pp 276-290
2005Is Critical Analysis Foreign to Chinese Students?Paton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessIs Critical Analysis Foreign to Chinese Students? in Communication Skills in University Education: The International Dimension, Pearson Education, 2005, pp. 1-11
2006Is Traditional Chinese Medicine Science? What Chinese Scientists Think.Paton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessIs Traditional Chinese Medicine Science? What Chinese Scientists Think., Asia Reconstucted: Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2006, Wollongong, Australia, vol.online,(),2006,pp http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/conferences/asaa/prcp.h-online
2006A North /South AxisPaton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessA North /South Axis, Moral Responsibility, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp 31-34
2008Reflective journals and critical thinkingPaton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessReflective journals and critical thinking in Intercultural Communications Across University Settings: Myths and Realities: Referreed Proceedings of the 6th Communication Skills in University Education Conference, Pearson Education, 2008, pp. 201-209
2006Reflective journals and critical thinkingPaton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessReflective journals and critical thinking, UniServe Science Symposium Proceedings -Assessment in Science Teaching and Learning, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp 97-100
2007Why International Students are at Greater Risk of Failure: An Inconvenient TruthPaton, Michael; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessWhy International Students are at Greater Risk of Failure: An Inconvenient Truth, International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, vol.6,(6),2007,pp 101-112