News and Events

Kerrie Sadiq

COVID-19 reinforces greater need for BEPS

The  August blog post on Fiscal Publications website,  Tax design and administration in a post-BEPS era: towards public country-by-country reporting? collaboratively written by Professor Kerrie Sadiq QUT Professor of Taxation, and Professor Rick Krever, UWA researcher in taxation law and policy, provides interesting data on how the…

Elisabeth Sinnewe

New publication compares returns of socially responsible mutual funds

If you are curious about the risk adjusted returns of socially responsible mutual funds and how they perform in Australia you will enjoy reading the publication written by Niblock, Costa, Jakob and Sinnewe published in the Journal of Investing (29 (2), 80-97).  Dr Elizabeth Sinnewe, QUT Accounting for Social Change researcher, has…

Collaboration continues despite COVID-19

Dr Bronwyn McCredie, Senior Lecturer and ASC Researcher participated in a UTS Accounting Discipline Research Seminar Series.  Bronwyn presented her working paper, Measuring Corporate Tax Avoidance, which reviews and seeks to evaluate proxies used in extant literature to measure corporate tax avoidance given the challenge of identifying…

Interview with AASB Chair Dr Keith Kendall

Appointed during the pandemic, Australian Accounting Standards Board Chair, Dr Keith Kendall, talks accounting and tax with the Queensland University of Technology’s Prof Kerrie Sadiq. Enjoy listening to this great interview exploring what may change in the future. Access the interview via this link: 

Bronwyn McCredie

Dr McCredie develops tax unit in 2020

Dr Bronwyn McCredie is developing and teaching a tax course offered by QUT both face-to-face and online that builds on students’ previous knowledge of business and corporations law to introduce the statutory framework of the Australian taxation system. Interested students will discover the elements in the determination of taxable income…

Dr. Irma Mosquera BEPS interview by Prof Sadiq

Enjoy the BEPS interview between Professor Kerrie Sadiq and Dr Mosquera, Associate Professor of Tax Law at Leiden University, the Netherlands and Lead Researcher of the European Research Council ERC Funded Project GLOBTAXGOV about the BEPS minimum standards and country adoption, particularly in developing countries. 1277

International Tax in the Spotlight

Professor Kerrie Sadiq provided the discussant role at The University of Melbourne research seminar International Tax Frameworks: Assessing the 2020s Compromise from the Perspective of Taxing the Digital Economy held August 27 2020 by zoom. COVID-19, increased govt spending, tax shortfalls, and the growth in the digital economy provide a…

corona virus affects on auditing concept

QUT Covid Project awarded AFAANZ 2020 Research Grant

An explorative study on the effects of COVID-19 on the provision of auditing services” has been chosen by the 2020 Selection Committee for an AFAANZ 2020 Research Grant.  QUT researchers Dr Troy Yao, Dr Yu Yu Zhang and Associate Professor Tyge Kummer in collaboration with  Dr Fang Hu of Griffiths University will undertake the research. …

HDR Slam

2020 HDR research Slam

An invitation from the Accounting for Social Change Research Group You are warmly invited to participate/present at the inaugural 2020 HDR Research Slam organised by the Accounting for Social Change research group. When: Friday 10 July 2020 Time: 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM Where: Virtual platform The inaugural 2020 HDR research slam theme is…

Women in Tax

Women in Tax – January 2020 

Women in Tax – January 2020  Congratulations to Dr Bronwyn McCredie, QUT SOA, for developing and chairing the inaugural ATTA Women in Tax event. This event successfully featured three world renowned tax academics at the recent ATTA conference held in January at Hobart. &nbsp…

Dr Bronwyn McCredie joins UQ and Griffith researchers debate

Following the success of a recently published paper “Navigating the fourth industrial revolution: Taxing automation for fiscal sustainability,” Dr. Bronwyn McCredie took part in a debate on taxing automation with researchers from QUT, UQ and Griffith University.  The event was part of an ARC Discovery Project awarded to Dr. Alastair…

Great Debates in commercial and corporate law

The Taxonomy of Taxation – Great Debates in Commercial and Corporate Law

Prof Kerrie Sadiq and Dr Bronwyn McCredie have contributed chapter 10 The Taxonomy of Taxation in the recently published Great Debates in Commercial and Corporate Law. This new textbook presents critical perspectives on corporate and commercial law, focussing on the key areas of trade and transactions, intellectual property, corporations…