Semester 2, 2006
As part of its commitment to excellence in research, the Department of Accounting and Finance conducts a regular research seminar series. Presenters include academic staff from other universities as well as staff from our department. These sessions facilitate the dissemination of current research findings in all areas of accounting and finance.
Seminars during the second semester of 2006 will normally be held between 11.00am -12.30pm on most Thursdays in E5A 131. Any further enquiries may be directed to the Seminar Convenor Sue Wright or Seminar Administrator Iris Chung.
The venues map will assist you in finding room locations.
Seminars from 2006 Semester 1 are also available.
Professor Gerry Gallery
“The Impact of Recent Regulatory Changes on the Earnings Forecasting Behaviour of Australian Initial Public Offering Firms”
Dr Raymond Young
"Governing Business Projects - Pragmatic Research for the Real World"
How Boards and Senior Managers have governed ICT projects to succeed (or fail)
Top Management Support: Mantra or Necessity? [draft]
Professor Rob Chehall
"The Role of Management Control Systems in Planned Organisational Change: An Analysis of Two Organisations"
Dr Ann Tarca
"International Convergence of Accounting Standards: Constituents' Views in Japan"
Professor Robert Faff
Are the Fama-French Factors Proxying Default Risk?
Ms Samantha Sin
"The AICPA Core Competency Framework and the Skills - Based Curriculum: Knowledge for Practice".
Professor Jane Baxter
"Is Sex Important? An Investigation of the Relationship of Gender and Ethical Development with Ethical Behaviour"
Dr Noel Harding
"The Impact of Different Forms of Outcome Feedback for Improving Assessments of Another Auditor's Competence"
Ms Roslinda Lim
"The Impact of Corporate Governance on Accounting Conservatism: An Australian Evidence".
||Professor Kazuo Kato
University of Sydney
"When Voluntary Disclosure Isn't Voluntary: Management Forecasts in Japan"