Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Jahanzeb Khan

 Jahanzeb Khan

Jahanzeb Khan joined Charles Sturt University in 2016 as a Lecturer and Academic. Previously he was at UNSW Australia where he did Bachelor of Commerce with Honours in Accounting. After completing his undergraduate studies, Jahanzeb would enrol in higher degree research where he completed a PhD in Accounting. During the course of his studies Jahanzeb also taught a range of accounting subjects at UNSW Australia, covering Financial Accounting and Management Accounting.

 

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Research focus
Behavioural accounting and experimental research

Teaching responsibilities
Undergrad (ACC110, ACC210, ACC311, ACC322)

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  • Australia School of Business Small Projects Grant (2013)
  • Australian School of Business Research Scholarship (2012)
  • Australian School of Business Honours Scholarship (2011)
  • Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence (2011)
  • (Dean’s List, Australian School of Business)

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AFAANZ 2015 5-7 July, Hobart, Australia
A conducive environment for the exercise of professional scepticism: The role of human valuesMohammed Jahanzeb Khan, Noel Harding

AFAANZ 2013 Conference 7-9 July, Perth Australia
Towards an understanding of the antecedents and consequences of professional scepticismMohammad Jahanzeb Khan, Noel Harding

ANCAAR 2015 4-5 December, Canberra, Australia
The importance of seduction in understanding the impact of trait scepticism on audit judgmentsMohammed Jahanzeb Khan, Noel Harding

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  • Tronnes and Khan (2016). Reporting of p-values in behavioural audit research.
  • Morris, Kang, and Khan (2016). Interpretation of IFRS recognition and disclosure requirements: Do personality traits and culture matter?
  • Khan and Harding (2015). The importance of seduction in understanding the impact of trait scepticism on audit judgments.
  • Khan and Harding (2013). Towards an understanding of the antecedents and consequences of professional scepticism.

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