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Professor Geoff Slaughter

Professor Geoff Slaughter
Name Geoff Slaughter
Position Executive Director (Institute for Resilient Regions)
Section Institute for Resilient Regions (Operations)
Office T413
Location Springfield Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 1863
Extension 1863
Email
Qualifications ADipBus Qld , BBus(Hons) Qld , PhD Qld

Professional memberships
Member of the Institute of Public Accountants

USQ Research affiliations

  • Australian Centre for Sustainable Business and Development (ACSBD)

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
19 Years

Administrative responsibilities
Associate Dean Academic Faculty of Business, Education, law and arts



Publications in ePrints

Mulo, Shane and Bignall, Grant and Jenkins, Ingrid and Slaughter, Geoff and Bright, Jeremy (2018) Macadamia industry benchmark report: 2009 to 2016 seasons, Project MC15005. Project Report. Queensland Government , Brisbane, Australia. [Report]

Slaughter, Geoff and Glass, Rod and Noble, Chris and Beattie, Claire (2015) Australian farm business performance insights from effective farm business managers. Project Report. Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation , Canberra, Australia. [Report]

Mulo, Shane and O'Hare, Paul and Jenkins, Ingrid and Bignall, Grant and Slaughter, Geoff and Noble, Chris and Bright, Jeremy and Commens, Robbie (2015) Benchmarking report: The Australian macadamia industry 2009-2014 seasons. Project Report. Horticulture Australia Ltd. , Sydney. [Report]

Cunningham, Billie M. and Nikolai, Loren A. and Bazley, John D. and Kavanagh, Marie and Slaughter, Geoff and Simmons, Sharelle (2012) Accounting: information for business decisions, Rev ed. Cengage Learning Australia, South Melbourne, Australia, pp. 87-122. ISBN 9780170187534

Bayoud, Nagib Salem and Kavanagh, Marie and Slaughter, Geoff (2012) An empirical study of the relationship between corporate social responsibility disclosure and organizational performance: evidence from Libya. International Journal of Management and Marketing Research, 5 (3). pp. 69-82. ISSN 1933-3153

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