H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
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Wes Hamilton-Jessop is an Associate Lecturer in the Discipline of Accounting. Before entering academia in 2008, Wes worked as an accounting specialist and business advisor. Previously he worked as the chief financial officer for number of medium sized businesses and in the banking and finance sector (business/commercial lending and treasury).
He completed a Master of Philosophy in 2014, titled “Accounting for tax consolidation: An investigation into the development and associated reporting requirements under the Australian group taxation system”. He also holds a Master of Commerce (Business Law & Accounting) and Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (Higher Education) from the University of Sydney.
Wes' research investigates the taxation mechanisms within corporate groups, accountability and ethics within taxation regimes, and a broad interest in corporate governance arrangements.
Wes' teaching responsibilities include Introductory Accounting and Corporate Governance. The high quality of his teaching and communication skills are demonstrated in numerous accolades received for his teaching, including several Dean's Citation in Tutoring and nominations for teaching awards within the Business School.
Razeed A, Blayney P, Hamilton-Jessop WM and Gouveros O 2015 Forthcoming 'Integrated Accounting Narrative', Pearson, Sydney, Australia
Razeed A, Blayney P and Hamilton-Jessop WM 2015 Forthcoming 'Embracing Technology in an introductory Accounting Curriculum: A fresh perspective, Discipline of Accounting Seminar Series, Sydney, Australia 2015
Hamilton-Jessop WM 2014 'Accounting for tax consolidation: An investigation into the development and associated reporting requirements under the Australian group taxation system', Discipline of Accounting, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Hamilton-Jessop WM 2013 'Article Review: Corporate Social Responsibility and Tax Aggressiveness: An Empirical Analysis, Roman Lanis and Grant Richardson, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 2012, 31, pp. 86-108', Social and Environmental Accountability Journal, vol.33:2, pp. 120
Hamilton-Jessop WM 2013 'The Australian Consolidation Regime and Part IVA: why they do(n’t) line up', 25th Annual Conference of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association - Tax alchemy: "Turning silver into gold", Auckland, New Zealand, 25th January 2013
Hamilton-Jessop WM 2011 'The Interaction between Asset Cost Settings and Capital Gains Tax under the Australian Consolidation Regime', 1st Annual Workshop on Current Research in Taxation 2011, Munster, Germany, 29th June 2011
Hamilton-Jessop WM 2010 'The Interaction between Asset Cost Settings and Capital Gains Tax under the Australian Consolidation Regime', British Accounting Association Annual Conference 2010, Cardiff, United Kingdom, 1st April 2010