Accounting for Social Change Research Group members, Dr Homaira Semeen, Linda Bennison and Professor Kerrie Sadiq, participated in the 2019 Business School Research Student Colloquium at the Gardens Point campus on November 22.
Dr Homaira Semeen presented her PhD findings titled Accounting control and modern slavery: A counter-intuitive case of compliant clothing factories. Linda Bennison presented findings from her Master of Philosophy study titled Co-operative grower member accountability.
In the final session Professor Kerrie Sadiq representing the School of Accountancy, joined professors from Economics & Finance, Advertising Marketing & Public Relations, and Management schools to provide a light-hearted story-scaping presentation based on Instagram profiles. The research colloquium provided HDR students with an opportunity to hone their skills, network with other students and disseminate their findings to the academic community.