Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Donata Muntean

 Donata Muntean

BBus (ACC), MComm (ACC) CSU

Donata completed her B.Bus (Accounting) at CSU Bathurst, and is currently studying for a Master of Commerce (Accounting).

Donata joined CSU as a full time associate lecturer in 2006. She worked for CSU in 2004 as a part time marker and in a telemarketing role, and in 2005 as a part time lecturer, tutor and marker, and as a tutor of Indigenous students for Wammarra.

Before entering academia, Donata worked in hospitality management.

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Teaching and Research Interests

Research Focus

Donata's research interests are concerned with accounting ethics, ethics education, and the role of accountants in changing environments.

Teaching Responsibilities
  • ACC100 Accounting 1: Information for Business, Tutor.
  • ACC110 Accounting 2: Management Decisions, Lecturer, tutor.
  • MGT230 Business and Professional Ethics, Lecturer, tutor.
Administrative Responsibilities
  • SACS School Board member
  • SACS Learning & Teaching Committee member
  • SACS Learning & Teaching Sub-Committee co-ordinator Strategic Plan Development

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Professional Activities

  • Member AFAANZ 2006, 2007
Consultancies
  • Chapter reviewer: Shaw & Barry's 'Moral Issues in Business' Australian edition
Grants and Awards
  • Recipient of Mitchell Foundation & School of Accounting Research Scholarship 2005.

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Selected Publications

Books
  • 2 case studies for Shaw & Barry's 'Moral Issues in Business' Australian edition
Conference Proceedings
  • Muntean, D. & Plummer, K. (2006) Accounting Change: Welcome Challenges or Worrisome Chores. 2007 AFAANZ Conference. Gold Coast, Queensland. Jul 1-3 2007
  • Muntean, D. 2007 Romania's Accession to the European Union in 2007: Implications for small business and the accounting profession. 2007 SEAANZ Conference. Auckland. New Zealand. Sep 23-26 2007
Working Papers
  • Muntean, D. & Plummer, K. (2006) Accounting Change: Welcome Challenges or Worrisome Chores. Faculty Working Paper Series. CSU Bathurst.

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