Our accounting research explores and helps shape real world issues, delivering innovative insights across a variety of issues, methodologies and ideologies. Our research has an impact on governing bodies, corporations and not-for-profits.
The key areas of our research include financial and management accounting, international financial reporting, risk management, corporate governance, ethics, information systems, sustainability reporting, financial crime, taxation, business law, accounting education, auditing and assurance services, environmental and social accounting, ethical investment and energy law, water accounting, corporate accounting and reporting, management controls and capital markets.
Our research is represented by Accounting for Sustainable Knowledge, Performance Management and Control, International Accounting and Business, East Asian Law, Regulation and Policy and International Governance and Performance.
Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance
Level 2 & 3
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North Ryde NSW 2109
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Our research networks
Allied to the wider department are the following specialist subject area research networks, each of which opens up additional opportunities for innovation and learning for our students and academic staff.
- 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 research focuses on building trust and confidence in financial reporting and assurance, and understanding WHS performance to improve its evaluation and reporting indicators.
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