Research Seminars

The Centre for Sustainability Governance Seminars provide an opportunity for national and international colleagues to present their work, as well as engage in directed discussions about ongoing research projects and the research agenda of the school as a whole.

Our seminars are also an opportunity for our academic staff and research degree students to present their research in progress. 

If you are interested in attending or presenting a seminar, please contact us at csg@unisa.edu.au.

 

2018

Date Visitor Name Home Institution Seminar

Apr 3

Dr Shokhrukh Jalilov 

CSIRO Land and Water

Analysis of policies for sustainable water resources management in Central Asia: an optimization framework

May 31

Professor Niamh Brennan

University College Dublin 

Factors Affecting Accounting Doctoral Timely, Untimely and Non-Completion

Jun 1 

Professor Niamh Brennan 

University College Dublin 

Getting Published in International Refereed Journals 

June 4 

Dr Raymundo Marcos Martinez

CSIRO 

Environmental Stocks and Flows in the Australian Natural and Built Environment

Dec 3

Professor Markus Milne

University of Canterbury

Musings on Accountants' (Mis)representations of Human-Nature Interactions

Dec 13

Professor Chris Van Staden

Auckland University of Technology

The Influence of Civil Liberty and External Assurance on Corporate Social and Environmental Transparency: a Study of Financial Institutions

 

2016

Visitor Name Home Institution Seminar
Prof Zahirul Hoque La Trobe Business School Inscriptions and Boundary Objects as Network Controls in Purchaser-Provider Relationships

Prof Charl De Villiers

University of Auckland

Social Capital: A Review of the Accounting Literature, Insights, Gaps and an Agenda for Future Research

Prof Ed Arrington

University of Wollongong

Hermeneutical Tensions in Critical Accounting Research: The Play of Affirmation and Doubt

Prof Lynn Hodgkinson

Bangor Business School

‘Plain English’ and say-on-pay: regulatory requirements v’s potential behavioural consequences.

Prof Cheryl McWatters

Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa

Making the Case for Investment in Mental Health: Scientific Administration of the Canadian Psychiatric Hospital

Prof Pru Marriott

University of Winchester

The Road to Publishing

Prof Pru Marriott

University of Winchester

'Say what you see': Can visual metaphor enhance personal development planning in the UK undergraduate accounting curriculum: a case study?

Prof Jeffrey Unerman

Royal Holloway University of London

Defining Value and Capital: The economic turn in Integrated Reporting disclosures