Research is critical in this ever-changing field and the norm for our academics.
Our expertise of this complex discipline ranges across various topics, including:
Our research explores and helps shape real world issues, delivering innovative and explorations across a variety of issues, methodologies and ideologies.
Our research areas include:
Our research has an impact on governing bodies, corporations and not-for-profits.
Here's how you can get involved:
Our research networks
Accounting for Sustainable Knowledge (ASK) Research Network
The ASK Research Network produces fresh insights in areas such as:
- sustainable knowledge generation and dissemination
- social and environmental issues
- intellectual capital
- non-financial information
- non-market information
- industry applications
- professional services
- sustainable knowledge education.
Our expert academics direct complex, interdisciplinary projects to address challenging research issues.
Performance, Management and Control Research Network
Network members focus on the management of organisational activities with a view to strengthen economic productivity, enhance employee well-being and improve sustainability.
Our research addresses the nature of management control systems, performance management systems and management accounting practises.
International Accounting and Business Research Network
Providing theoretical, methodological and empirical evidence on various aspects of professional accountant and management decisions, this network adopts a multidisciplinary approach. It examines countries such as Australia, China, India, Malaysia, Germany, Indonesia, Fiji and Japan.
East Asian Law, Regulation and Policy Research Network
As we engage in trade and immerse ourselves in cultural exchanges with our regional neighbours, it is critical we appreciate and understand how the law is changing in these countries and how this affects Australia. We focus on understanding the interactions between law, culture, economy, politics and society and their influence on business.
International Governance and Performance (IGAP) Research Network
This network offers research expertise in corporate and not-for-profit organisational accountability and transparency in Australia and internationally. Financial reporting and assurance issues, focussing on building trust and confidence in financial reports and assurance processes is researched, as is understanding WHS performance to improve its evaluation and reporting indicators.
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