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Extractive Firms and the Value Relevance of Exploration and Evaluation Expenditures

Past Seminar from the archive

  • Topic: Extractive Firms and the Value Relevance of Exploration and Evaluation Expenditures
  • Speaker: Michaela Rankin (Monash University)
  • Was held: 12th May, 2011, (Thu)

Biography

Michaela joined Monash in January 2007 and is Course Director of the Master of Professional Accounting degree. Prior to joining Monash, Michaela held the position of senior lecturer at RMIT University for six years and has also lectured at the University of Southern Queensland, where she was awarded the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia Award for Teaching Excellence in 1998.

Michaela teaches financial accounting, introductory accounting and accounting theory, and has taught across undergraduate, honours and postgraduate levels. She has also been involved in the design and delivery of a wide range of subjects for face-to-face, traditional distance and online delivery. Michaela is a recipient of the DeanĂ¢€™s Award for Teaching Excellence in 2008.

Her PhD examined the determinants of executive remuneration of the top management team in Australian public companies. She has a broad range of research interests including financial reporting and governance, executive compensation, the regulation and practice of sustainability reporting, carbon emissions disclosure, and accounting education. She has published work in Accounting and Finance, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability, British Accounting Review and Australian Accounting Review.

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