The Swinburne Accounting Economics and Finance (AEF) group conducts an active and successful series of research seminars on a wide variety of topics for staffs and PhD students.
In 2016 we are have invited both established researchers and innovative early career colleagues to present their research at the seminars. The series hosts presenters from other universities in Australia and overseas.
The 2016 monthly research seminars run from March to November from 11.30am to 1pm and consist of a formal research presentation followed by an open forum style discussion with audience questions. For more information about AEF research seminars, contact our research seminar coordinator Dr Sarod Khandaker.
2016 research seminar dates and speakers
|16 March||Professor Peter M Clarkson, University of Queensland Business School|
|20 April||Professor Roger Simnett, University of New South Wales, Australia Business School|
|18 May||Professor Ranjan Ray, Monash University|
|15 June||Professor Niamh Brennan, University College Dublin, Ireland|
|17 August||Professor Nonna Martinov-Bennie, Macquarie University|
|31 August||Professor Carol Adams, Durham University Business School, UK|
|21 September||Professor Ellie (Larelle) Chapple, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Business School|
|19 October||Professor Prasada Rao, University of Queensland|
|16 November||Dr Vikash Ramiah, University of South Australia|
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Skills in the collection of survey, observational, experimental and secondary data.
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