Mr Michael Baczynski
|Section||School of Civil Engineering and Surveying|
|Phone||+61 7 4631 1282|
|Qualifications||BSc ANU , BA(Hons) ANU|
Portfolio management, Asset pricing, Self manages Superannuation, voting behaviour and electoral politics, political philosophy, censorship and copyright issues, Media and communication policy, corporate governance, teaching of politics
Member of the Australian Political Studies Association
Currently teaching courses/programs
FIN2105 Portfolio Management
FIN1103 Financial Markets
ENG2002 Technology and Society (Politics and Economics modules)
PRL1004 Issues in Organisational Communication
ECO8060 International Business
POL2000 Political and Economic Ideas
POL1000 Government Business and Society
Technology Enhancement Mentoring Project Officer (TEMPO)
Research most recent
Phillips, P.J., Baczynski, M. and Teale, J. 2009, "Can Self Managed Superannuation Fund Trustees Earn the Equity Risk Premium?" Accounting Research Journal, Vol 22, Iss. 1, pp.27-45.
Phillips, P.J., Baczynski, M. and Teale, J. 2009, "Self Managed Superannuation Funds and the Bear Market 2007 to 2008," Australasian Accounting, Banking and Finance Journal, Vol.3, Iss. 1, pp.38-56.
Publications in ePrints
Phillips, Peter J. and Baczynski, Michael P. and Teale, John (2009) Can self-managed superannuation fund trustees earn the equity risk premium? Accounting Research Journal, 22 (1). pp. 27-45. ISSN 1030-9616
Beccaria, Gavin and Wibrow, J. and Baczynski, Michael (2009) Individualism, collectivism, and voting behaviour: a follow-up study into political values. In: 44th Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference 2009, 30 Sep-4 Oct 2009, Darwin, Australia.
Phillips, Peter J. and Baczynski, Michael P. and Teale, John (2009) Self managed superannuation funds and the bear market of 2007-2008. Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal, 3 (1). pp. 38-56. ISSN 1834-2000
Beccaria, Gavin and Baczynski, Michael P. (2008) Individualism, collectivism, and voting behaviour: a pilot study into the 2007 Australian federal election. In: 43rd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference 2008, 23-27 Sep 2008, Hobart, Australia.