School of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation - PhD, Queensland University of Technology | BBus (Honours) Queensland University of Technology
Victoria has a demonstrated track record of working on high quality research projects within the areas of corporate governance, financial accounting and corporate finance. She is a PhD qualified academic, with analytical skills, a track record in high quality research design, accounting knowledge, and extensive experience in active learning. Victoria's research investigates decisions of executives and managers about firm accounting information and disclosures which are relied upon by capital markets participants in making decisions. The aim of this research is to provide evidence for investors and other users of financial statements about the influence of these choice on the disclosures with a view to protecting a fair and transparent disclosure regime. Victoria's research has relevance to the accounting industry, market regulators and investors. Victoria is an Associate Editor of: Accounting & Finance; and Accounting Research Journal. She is the social media engagement manager for The Australian Journal of Management and Accounting & Finance. Victoria's current teaching interests include financial accounting, corporate accounting, financial accounting theory and financial statement analysis.
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How CEO and director age affects boardroom decisions (and what boards can do about it)
Boards must encourage diversity across all levels – age, gender and expertise – to ensure shareholder interests are represented in significant business decisions, says UNSW Business School's Victoria Clout
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