Accounting Seminars


All seminars (unless otherwise advised) are held between 11.00am and 12.30pm.

For further information about presentations contact Dr Max Baker (Seminar Convenor).
Email: max.baker@sydney.edu.au or phone (02) 9036 7084

To confirm attendance please contact Lily Schulz Email: lily.schulz@sydney.edu.au or phone (02) 9036 5473

The sponsorship of this seminar series by the Accounting Foundation is gratefully acknowledged

Upcoming Seminars


12th Aug 2015 -

Venue: Room 214/5, H69 Economics & Business Bldg

Speaker: Makoto Nakano, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, JAPAN

Title: Effects of Accounting Conservatism on Corporate Investment Levels, Risk Taking, and Shareholder Value


26th Aug 2015 -

Venue: Room 214/5, H69 Economics & Business Bldg

Speaker: Neal Arthur; Victoria Clout, The University of Sydney; University of New South Wales

Title: Value relevance of recycling and non-recycling other comprehensive income items


9th Sep 2015 -

Venue: Room 214/5, H69 Economics & Business Bldg

Speaker: Ravi Seethamraju; Geoff Frost, The University of Sydney

Title: Study of adaptation of information systems for Sustainability Performance Management and Reporting – Preliminary findings


23rd Sep 2015 -

Venue: Room 214/5, H69 Economics & Business Bldg

Speaker: David Smith, Monash University

Title: The role of heteroglossic dialogue in performance evaluation: a case study of a nongovernment organization


7th Oct 2015 -

Venue: Room 214/5, H69 Economics & Business Bldg

Speaker: Stewart Jones, The University of Sydney

Title: An Evaluation of Alternative Statistical Frameworks for the Prediction of Corporate Bankruptcy


21st Oct 2015 -

Venue: Room 214/5, H69 Economics & Business Bldg

Speaker: Chuan Yu, University of New South Wales

Title: The Usefulness of Direct Method Operating Cash Flow Disclosure in a Voluntary Setting


4th Nov 2015 -

Venue: Room 214/5, H69 Economics & Business Bldg

Speaker: Helen Tregidga, AUT University, New Zealand

Title: TBA


18th Nov 2015 -

Venue: Room 214/5, H69 Economics & Business Bldg

Speaker: Roel Boomsma; Brendan O’Dwyer, The University of Sydney; The University of Amsterdam

Title: The construction of NGO accountability: Directing Dutch governmentally funded NGOs towards quality improvement