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Mr Dom Pensiero

Mr Dom Pensiero
Name Dom Pensiero
Position Lecturer (Finance)
Section School of Business
Office T339
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 1174
Extension 1174
Qualifications BCom Wollongong , MMgt Wollongong

Research interests
Graduate transition skills
Statistical decision making

Currently teaching courses/programs
MGT5001/FIN5003 Decision Support Tools
MGT8402 Research Methodology

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
19 Years

Teaching experience(Other)
7 Years

Administrative responsibilities
Assistant Dean, Faculty of Business

Research most recent
Developing an integrated approach to graduates' transition into the workforce. In: 2nd Biennial Conference of the Academy of World Business, Marketing & Management Development, 10-13 July 2006, Paris, France.

Publications in ePrints

Al Fadli, Amer and Sands, John and Jones, Greg and Beattie, Claire and Pensiero, Dominic (2020) Board independence and CSR reporting: pre and post analysis of JCGC 2009. International Journal of Law and Management, 62 (2). pp. 117-138. ISSN 1754-243X

Al Fadli, Amer and Sands, John and Jones, Greg and Beattie, Claire and Pensiero, Dom (2019) Board Gender Diversity and CSR Reporting: Evidence from Jordan. Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal, 13 (3 - Article 4). pp. 29-52. ISSN 1834-2000

Krishnamurti, Chandrasekhar and Shams, Syed and Pensiero, Domenico and Velayutham, Eswaran (2019) Socially responsible firms and mergers and acquisitions performance: Australian evidence. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 57 (Article 101193). pp. 1-16. ISSN 0927-538X

Pensiero, Domenico and Velayutham, Eswaran and Krishnamurti, Chandrasekhar (2017) Drivers of corruption risk and stock market effects: evidence from the defence industry. In: 8th Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Governance (FMCG)2017, 19-21 Apr 2017, Wellington, New Zealand.

Krishnamurti, Chandrasekhar and Pensiero, Domenico and Velayutham, Eswaran (2016) Determinants of defence industry corruption risk: firm level empirical evidence using transparency international‘s anti-corruption index. Singapore Economic Review, 61 (2). ISSN 0217-5908

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