TAPS Podcast

The Accounting Podcast Series

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The Accounting Podcast Series (TAPS), hosted by Associate Professor Albie Brooks, explores the accounting research output of the University of Melbourne and our distinguished visitors. We delve into innovations and developments in our teaching program, and provide commentary on issues of the day in accounting in bite-sized episodes perfect for your commute.

Season 4, 2022

 
Episode Release dateGuestTopic
1 28 January 2022 Ms Laura Youngson, Ida Sports and Equal Playing FieldA World of Firsts: The Entrepreneurial Pursuits of Laura Youngson
229 April 2022Mr Gunther Burghardt, formerly Blackmores GroupA Journey to CFO:  How Accounting and Finance Get a Seat at the Strategic Table
323 November 2022Assistant Professor Carolyn Deller, University of PennsylvaniaContemporary management accounting: an emerging career and issues

Season 3, 2021

 
Episode Release dateGuestTopic
1 22 January 2021 Ms Sarah Richards, Marrawuy Journeys and PwC Indigenous Consulting Raising the Profile and Benefits of Accounting in Indigenous Communities
2 27 April 2021 Professor Anne Lillis, The University of Melbourne Career Reflections and Opportunities in Management Accounting Research and Teaching
3 7 September 2021 Mr Peter Jess, PJA Accountants The Interplay Between Accounting, Sport, and Player Management

Season 2, 2020

 
Episode Release dateGuestTopic
1 29 April 2020 Mr Andrew Williams, Swisse Wellness In the Field with Andrew Williams
2 22 May 2020 Mr Patrick Ferguson, Harvard Business School The World of Sport Analytics and Accounting
3 2 October 2020 Professors Ian Gow and Michael Davern, The University of Melbourne COVID-Normal and the Future of Accounting
4 16 December 2020 Mr Noel Boys, Mr Warren McKeown, Ms Joana Liong, and Ms Demi Wang, The University of Melbourne The Transition to Online Teaching and Learning in First-Year Accounting

Season 1, 2019

 
Episode Release dateGuestTopic
1 10 May 2019 Professor Gary Biddle, The University of Melbourne How Accountants Shape Civilisations and the Nature of Accountability
2 13 May 2019 Professor Michael Davern, The University of Melbourne Ethical Issues Associated with the Management of Big Data
3 13 May 2019 Professor Mary Barth, Stanford University The Evolution of, and Challenges for, Financial Accounting and Standard Setting
4 12 July 2019 Professor Naomi Soderstrom, The University of Melbourne Environmental and Sustainability Issues in Accounting
5 20 September 2019 Mr Sujay Nair, The University of Melbourne Leadership, Non-Financial Rewards, and Performance
6 20 November 2019 Ms Mary Clarke, DXP Consulting
Dr Sarah Yang Spencer, The University of Melbourne
Accounting Education into the Future

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