Dr Phil Saj in the School of Accounting and Finance recently secured a Global Research Perspectives Program, titled “The application of the reporting entity by Australian charities”. The Global Research Perspectives Program is CPA Australia’s annual research grants program, which encourages and supports research worldwide that is relevant to their membership, the profession and the global business […]
This year’s Peter Edwards Memorial Lecture Emerging Forms of External Reporting and Assurance: Trends and Evidence of Benefit will be presented by Professor Roger Simnett from UNSW and will commence at 5.30pm on Thursday 10th November in Lecture Theatre GO4, Napier Building, University of Adelaide.
Roger is Macquarie Group Foundation Scientia Professor of Accounting at UNSW Australia […]
The Australian audit profession faces some significant supply and demand challenges according to new research by the Dr Max Bessell, Dr Lisa Powell and Professor Grant Richardson in Adelaide Business School, commissioned by Chartered Accountants ANZ. Demand is being impacted by the variety of inconsistent and unclear pieces of legislation which require, but may not […]
Dr Jane Luo, Dr Limin Xu and Professor Ralf Zurbruegg have their paper accepted in Review of Finance. The title of the paper is “The Impact of Housing Wealth on Stock Liquidity”.
Review of Finance is an A* finance journal and also part of the Financial Times Top 50 Journal List.
A 2013 research project conducted by Dr Jodie Conduit, Senior Marketing Lecturer at Adelaide Business School (ABS), has set a revolution in motion: radically changing the way the St. Vincent de Paul Society’s (Vinnies) valuable volunteer network in South Australia is managed and rewarded. With astounding success and positive results.
Since the 1880s Vinnies has been […]
Does technology impacts the brain and decision making? According to The University of Adelaide’s Neural Systems and Complexity Specialist Dr Fiona Kerr, the answer to the question is yes. Technology affects our attention, our social connectivity with other people and our sleep cycles.
We live in a society where all aspects of our lives are driven […]
July was an exciting month for wine writer, judge and engaging ABS lecturer Nick Ryan. Along with Marni Ladd, Program Director of Wine Business at the University, and other wine experts, Nick travelled to Singapore as a speaker at the Hot 100 inaugural international wine event. Nick was a fitting MC at this exciting masterclass, […]
Dr Fiona Kerr appeared on the SBS program Insight to discuss if Australians are getting enough sleep.
Dr Kerr focuses on the impact of napping and the effects of blue screens on sleep and states “blue screens change how melatonin works in the brain and changes the way we are sensitised to light and the circadian […]