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Faculty of Business and Economics's first Doctoral Symposium to further research training for HDR candidates was held on 13 & 14 April 2010. Using real projects, academics exposed HDRs to particular techniques by explaining the project at each stage from conceptualisation to data collection, analysis and final write-up.
Over 50 attendees participated in 11 workshops and 2 plenary sessions.
The morning plenary session on the Philosophy of Science was presented by Dr. Steven D'Alessandro.
An interactive Research Hypothetical session was lead by Dr. Niloufer Selvaderai with attendees delving into a hypothetical defamation case.
The Symposium concluded with the second lecture in the HDR Value Lecture series examining the topic of Value and Valuing. Associate Professor Lorne Cummings gave an engaging presentation on "Value in Accounting: An Elusive Concept".
On the 14 April Associate Professor Lorne Cummings presented the second lecture in the series. His lecture was on "Value in Accounting: An Elusive Concept".
Modeling Reciprocity Concerns in Economic Decisions
Structural Equation Modeling
Complex-Systems Agent-based Modeling
Reflections on a Critical Perspective on Accounting and Jeremy Bentham's Accounting: the relevance of critical history
Best-Worst Scaling and Conjoint Measurement
Qualitative Analysis using NVivo
Social Network Analysis
Plenary: Value Series Lecture
Stay tuned for news about the Doctoral Symposium 2, held in Semester 2, 2010
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