PhD in Accounting and Business Information Systems (Australian National University), Master of Economics (University of New England), Graduate Diploma Accounting (Deakin University), Graduate Diploma Education (State College of Victoria), Bachelor of Business Accounting (Deakin University), FCPA Fellow (CPA Australia), CA Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ)
Graeme is a highly experienced academic leader in Accounting, Business Information System and Economics. He has a deep understanding of academic and industry standards in Accounting, including with CPA Australia and CAANZ. Graeme has worked as an academic and leader for over 30 years in Australian Universities. Graeme’s strength in teaching arises from the combination of his formal teaching qualification, work experience in chartered accounting firms, extensive teaching experience at both secondary and tertiary levels, and leadership in research. His academic research has resulted in over 60 refereed publications, attained over $800,000 in research grants and has been invited as a speaker in national and international conferences. Graeme’s major areas of research publication includes Auditor independence, Audit expectation gap and audit education, Bioeconomic evaluation of aquaculture facilities, Accounting for goodwill and identifiable intangibles (including IFRS), Government accounting methods, budget reporting and rate of return reporting, The fair value concept and principles from legal decisions, Rural and regional Australian accounting firm services, Director changes and recognition of abnormal and extraordinary items, Segment reporting, Conceptual framework for financial reporting, Current cost accounting and Accounting history.