Peir Woon

MSc(Acc & Fin) Greenwich; PGradCert(Business) Massey; DipCom Financial Accounting (TAR UC); CABC (TAR UC)

Lecturer in Accounting
Wagga Wagga
Building 28 Room 152


After spending a brief time in auditing and tax positions in corporate firms, Peir joined the academia in 1997. Prior to joining CSU, Peir taught at universities in New Zealand and Malaysia.  Peir has also held course administration and management positions for accounting courses at Universities in Malaysia and CSU.

Peir specialises in teaching financial accounting and reporting subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • ACC222 External Reporting
  • ACC514 Financial Accounting 1
  • ACC567 Financial Accounting 2

Research Interests

Peir’s research interests include accounting education, corporate social reporting, public sector accountability and accounting for heritage assets.

Peir’s current research focus is to ascertain the decision usefulness of information relating to heritage assets presented in financial statements of Australian public sector.


Peir is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.

Selected Publications

Journal article:
  • Woon, P. P., Chatterjee, B., & Cordery, C. J. (2019). Heritage reporting by the Australian public sector: Possibilities from the concepts of new public governance. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 32(2), 612-631. doi:10.1108/AAAJ-03-2015-2008

Refereed Conference Paper:
  • Muniandy, M. and Woon, P.P. (2006). The Awareness of Corporate Social Responsibility amongst Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Malaysia. In the Proceedings of the Global Conference of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises by Monash University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 17-18 October
Non-refereed Conference Paper:
  • Woon, P.P. (2014). Heritage reporting by the Australian Public Sector. AFAANZ Doctoral Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, 2-4 July

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