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To whom it may concern:
My name is Tony Jolley and I work in the research repository section of Murdoch University Library.
I am writing this email on behalf of one of our Academics Antonia Girardi who has authored the following conference paper, of which we would like to deposit into our open access Research Repository.
The paper is as follows:
Ward, S., Girardi, A. and Tiangsoongnern, Leela (2007) Like a glittering prize: The impact of perceived risk and trust as determinants of online purchasing behaviour in the gemstone industry.
The Murdoch Research Repository is designed to showcase the work of researchers at the university. The repository is open access with terms and conditions restricting use to individual non-commercial purposes. No charge is made for the use of any of the material deposited there.
I would appreciate your advice on whether it would be permissible for us to add a copy, if so what version, and whether there are any conditions associated with this.
Many thanks for your time in this matter and I hope to hear from you soon.
As the purpose of our own archives is to showcase knowledge, and spread the ideas of our academy, we certainly are happy for the institutions who support our marketing colleagues through conference travel, academic support and publication to be able to share in the rewards. The copy that resides within our archive can be reused for your MRR, and if you could link back to the 2007 proceedings (if possible) that would be appreciated.