Seminars in 2020
|21 February||Accounting & Corporate Governance||Carbon bubbles and stranded assets in financial markets||Prof Tom Smith|
|3 March||Economics & Finance||Structural Interpretation of Vector Autoregressions with Incomplete Identification: Setting the Record Straight||Prof Christiane Baumeister|
University of Notre Dame
|13 March||Management & Marketing||Herding cats: Can an internal marketing strategy help academics achieve research excellence?||Prof Steven D'Alessandro|
University of Tasmania
|20 March||Economics & Finance||‘Valuing’ some of the complex social and economic benefits of Indigenous land and sea management programs (ILSMPs): challenges, findings and implications for ‘valuation’ and policy in a broad range of settings||Prof Natalie Stoeckl|
University of Tasmania
|27 March||Management & Marketing||Antecedents of employee guardianship behaviour within the retail context||Dr Balkrushna Potdar|
University of Tasmania
|24 April||Management & Marketing|
Researching rural pride events in partnership with industry
|Dr Clifford Lewis|
Charles Sturt University
|8 May||Management & Marketing||Set-theoretic approaches versus correlation-based approaches: New questions need new research methods||Dr Farveh Farivar|
University of Tasmania
|8 May||Economics & Finance||The Wages of Mothers’ Labor: A Meta-Regression Analysis||Prof Tom Stanley|
|15 May||Economics & Finance||Long-term care insurance financing using home equity release: Evidence from an experimental study||Dr Katja Hanewald|
|22 May||Management & Marketing||Relationship Marketing: Complex Customer Relationships within Project-based Markets||Kevin Swarts|
University of Tasmania
|22 May||Economics & Finance||The scientific value of finance after the crisis||Prof Jerry Parwada|
|29 May||Economics & Finance|
Don't judge a book by its cover: The role of intergroup contact in reducing prejudice in conflict setting
|Prof Russell Smyth|
|12 June||Economics & Finance||An Alternative Approach for Demand Estimation||A/Prof Sizhong Sun|
James Cook University
|19 June||Economics & Finance||Efficiency, Rebound and Water Use||Prof Quentin Grafton|
Crawford School of Public Policy
Visiting Scholars and Distinguished Visitors
In 2019, TSBE is delighted to welcome eminent and emerging scholars from around the world.
- Prof Sumit Lodhia, Professor of Accounting, University of South Australia
- Prof Natalie Churyk, William F. Doyle Endowed Professor of Accountancy, Northern Illinois University
- Prof Jim Murphy, Professor of Economics, University of Alaska Anchorage
Recent visitors to TSBE include:
- Prof Mary Morgan, Professor of History and Philosophy of Economics, LSE
- Prof Rolf Färe, Professor of Economics and Applied Economics, Oregon State University
- Prof Emerita Shawna Grosskopf, Economics Program, Oregon State University
- Prof. Dr. Ko de Ruyter, City University London – Cass Business School and Maastricht University and UNSW
- Prof Tammy Allen, Professor of Psychology, University of South Florida
- Prof Giuseppe Cavaliere, Professor of Econometrics, University of Bologna
- Prof Jan Jacobs, Department of Economics, University of Groningen and TSBE Visiting Professor
- Prof Denise Osborn, Professor of Econometrics, University of Manchester and TSBE Visiting Professor
- Prof. Dr. René Kemp, Professorial fellow at UNU-MERIT and Professor of Innovation and Sustainable Development at ICIS, Maastricht University
- Prof Ngo Van Long, Professor of Economics, McGill University
- Prof Francis Tapon, Professor of Economics, University of Guelph
- Prof Robert Taylor, Professor of Financial Econometrics, University of Essex
- Prof Timo Teräsvirta, Professor of Economics, Aarhus University
We host the Giblin Lecture annually alongside the Economic Society of Australia (Tasmania Branch) in memory of Lyndhurst Giblin. Lyndhurst Falkiner Giblin, a Tasmanian born economist (1982-1951), played an important role in the evolution of economic policy making in Australia. He served as the Tasmanian Government Statistician, acting Commonwealth Statistician and advised on Tariff and Depression policy, as well as seeing active duty in the First World War. His academic positions of note include the inaugural Ritchie Chair of Economic Research at the University of Melbourne. The Giblin Lecture aims to stimulate economic debate on topics of the day.
|Year||Title and link||Author|
|2017||The Global Growth Slump: Causes and Consequences||Dr John Williams|
|2016||The Migration Crisis and Refugee Policy in Europe||Professor Timothy J. Hatton|
|2015||Market Design: Creating Better Institutions||Professor Jacob Goeree|
|2014||The Australian labour market: The more things change...(PDF 355KB)||Professor Jeff Borland|
|2012||Housing and the Distribution of Wealth||Associate Professor Judith Yates|
|2011||Opportunities, Challenges and Policy Responses||Dr Ken Henry|
|2010||Financial Regulation and the Crisis||Professor Charles Goodhart|
|2009||Do Better Schools Lead to More Growth?||Professor Eric Hanushek|
|2008||Climate Change Policy Post 2012||Professor Warwick McKibbon|
|2007||Economics, Property Rights and Fishery Management (PDF 101.5KB)||Professor Harry Campbell|
|2006||The Duel of Honour: Screening for Unobserved Social Capital||Professor Douglas Allen|
|2005||The Information Revolution and the Moral Economy of Innovation (PDF 157.2KB)||Professor John Quiggin|
|2004||Does Rising Inequality Harm the Middle Class? (PDF 146.3KB)||Professor Robert Frank|
|2003||The Past and Future of Competition Law (PDF 273.2KB)||Professor Allan Fels|
|2001||Movements in the Interests Rates (PDF 38.4KB)||Mr Ian MacFarlane|
|2000||The E-Business Revolution (PDF 105.7KB)||Professor Ian R. Harper|
|1998||Implications of the Asian Currency Crisis and the Debt Crisis of the 1980s (PDF 53.4KB)||Professor Anne Krueger|
|1997||Privatization, Competitive Entry and Rational Rules for Residual Regulation (PDF 98.9KB)||Professor William J. Baumol|
|1996||The Economics of Politics and the Politics of Economics (PDF 53.0KB)||Professor Geoffrey Brennan|
The CPA Australia (Tasmanian Division) in conjunction with Accounting and Corporate Governance presents an annual Research Lecture for academics, teachers, students, accountants and the business and government community in Tasmania. The inaugural Research Lecture was held in Hobart and Launceston on 5 and 6 April 1990. The Research Lecture has been annual event ever since.
The Tasmanian School of Business and Economics has been honoured with visits by many distinguished speakers over the years. The presenters of the Annual Research Lectures are listed below:
Presenter: Phil Hancock FCPA
Title: The Next Generation of Accountants.
Presenter: Professor Gordon Boyce
Title: Accounting, accountability and responsibility: Pillars of national integrity.
Presenter: Professor Ken McPhail
Title: Human Rights and Accountability.
Presenter: Professor Kim Langfield-Smith
Title: Global accounting education standards: facilitating access, convergence and implementation.
Presenter: Professor Roger Buritt
Title: Reporting and assurance of sustainability issues: what are the drivers?
Presenter: Emeritus Professor Michael Gaffikin
Title: Professional Issues in Contemporary Accounting - What are the Problems and Issues Facing the Discipline of Accounting and how can the Profession Work Together to Take a Proactive Role?
Presenter: Professor Brendan O'Connell
Title: HIH, the AWB: Lessons Learned and Where to From Here?
Presenter: Professor Keryn Chalmers
Title: Globalisation of Accounting Standards: The Why, How and Impact
Presenter: Professor Dave Owen
Title: Corporate Sustainability Reporting - Accountability or Spin?
Presenter: Professor James Guthrie
Title: A Review of New Public Financial Management Change in Australia.
Presenter: Professor Peter Wolnizer
Title: A Cure for Enronitis?
Presenter: Professor Stewart Leech
Title: Understanding the impact of information systems on decision making by professional accountants.
Presenter: Professor Ken Trotman Professor of Accounting, University of New South Wales
Title: Auditor Judgment Research - Findings and Implications for Practice
Presenter: Professor Bruce Grundy Professor of Finance, University of Melbourne
Title: Accounting for Stock-Based Compensation: An Economic Perspective.
Presenter: Professor Philip Brown Professor of Accounting, University of Western Australia
Title: Politics and Processes: The Future of Australian Accounting Standards
Presenter: Professor Stanley Biggs KPMG Peat Marwick Professor of Accounting, University of Connecticut
Title: Analytical Procedures: Promise, Problems, and Implications for Practice
Presenter: Professor Jayne Godfrey Professor of Accounting and Finance, University of Tasmania
Title: Accounting as an Economic Tool: Implications for Accountants and Regulators
Presenter: Professor Ron Weber Professor of Commerce, University of Queensland
Title: Corporate Governance and Information Technology: Some Implications for Accountants and Auditors
Presenter: Professor Peter Brownell Ernst and Young Professor of Accounting, University of Melbourne
Title: Research Directions in Management Accounting
Presenter: Professor Greg Whittred Professor of Accounting and Finance, Australian Graduate School of Management, University of New south Wales
Title: Innovation, Regulation and the Role of Financial Accounting Research
Presenter: Professor Robert Chenhall Professor of Accounting, Monash University
Title: Strategic Management Accounting: an Essential Aspect of Developing Competitive Business Strategies
Presenter: Professor Lee D. Parker
Head, Accounting and Finance Discipline, The Flinders University of South Australia
Title: Ethics and Discipline in the Australian Accounting Profession
Presenter: Professor Peter Easton Price Waterhouse Professor of Accounting and Finance, Macquarie University and
Visiting Professor of Accounting, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago
Title: The Stock Market's Perception of Accounting Information