Researchers in the School of Accounting and Finance primarily participate in four Faculty research areas. These are:
Information is provided for these research areas about the staff participating in each of the research areas, current and past research projects, current research students, and potential thesis topics for doctoral and honours students.
The School of Accounting and Finance has a Seminar Series, generally held on Wednesdays from 12.30 to 2 pm with lunch provided, and with regular presentations from School staff as well as visiting academics from other universities.
The School of Accounting and Finance has several research degrees, including the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and Honours degrees. If you are interested in completing a PhD, DBA or honours degree with the School of Accounting and Finance, click here for further information.
There are many research development opportunities for staff in the School of Accounting and Finance, including methodology training, journal writing workshops, journal writing retreats, and training and support in obtaining grants.
If you would like to find out more about recent research outcomes in the School of Accounting and Finance, this can be found in our Faculty Research Newsletters.