Dr Jeff Coulton is a Senior Lecturer in the UNSW Business School and has held a visiting appointment at the University of Texas at Austin. His main current research interests focus on the way in which financial statement information as well as other information impact on the capital market. He is also actively involved in research which examines the technical and economic feasibility of space exploration and resource utilisation in space. He has published widely in international and local journals, and is a co-author on the leading financial statement analysis textbook used in Australian universities.
Jeff is a Chartered Accountant (CA) and a former corporate lawyer at Corrs Chambers Westgarth. He has consulted to banks and audit firms, and has been an expert witness in numerous cases involving accounting and stock market issues in the Federal Court of Australia and the NSW Supreme Court.
Jeff has been teaching the Financial Statement Analysis course in the full-time AGSM MBA course for 10 years and is also teaching on the Accounting and Financial Management course in the MBA programs. He is a co-author on the leading financial statement analysis textbook for Australia and New Zealand universities. He has also been providing Executive Education courses to public and private sector organisations.
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Australian companies are increasingly using non-GAAP metrics in their financial reports, but UNSW Business School's Jeff Coulton says it would be better for investors if they didn't