Sander joined the School of Accounting as a Lecturer in April 2020. He completed his PhD at KU Leuven in Belgium, with substantial time spent at Northeastern University in the United States and Tilburg University in The Netherlands. He also holds a bachelors and master’s degree from KU Leuven. Sanders’ research focusses on corporate governance, with a specific interest on the role of director behaviour in the firm information environment. Sander studies insider trading using it as a measure of director diligence and ethics. He is interested in assessing fairness in the firm information environment and in the treatment of different members of the board of directors. His work has been published in Decision Support Systems, Accounting Research Journal and is forthcoming in Journal of Business Ethics.
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The way banks calculate interest means that mortgage holders may be paying more than they expected, write UNSW Business School’s Kevin Li and Sander De Groote