The University of Sydney Business School is delighted to partner with the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA) to investigate climate-related financial disclosure and the effect on analyst valuation decisions.
"RIAA is thrilled to be supporting the University of Sydney Business School for this important research into carbon risk and analyst valuation. We encourage you and your colleagues to take out 10 mins of your day to participate. It is only with the professional expertise of all financial and ESG analysts and fund managers that the best results will ensue. Results that will surely have vital policy and practice implications."
Investment analysis and climate change/ sustainability reporting have been the focus of Anna's research and professional career for two decades. Her award-winning PhD case study examined the integration of environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) accounting information in mainstream investment decisions and she continues to focus and publish her research in this field.
Shan has gained considerable research experience on non-financial information reporting and assurance. In Shan's PhD thesis, she investigates the capital market benefits of integrated reporting including analysts' forecasts. Shan has successfully produced five quality publications in the area of non-financial reporting and assurance and continues to work on a pipeline of research projects in this area.
Mandy's research focuses on the effects of accounting practices on managers' behaviours, judgements and decision-making. She draws primarily on psychology theories, and uses an experimental approach to examine how individuals respond to accounting information and control systems. Her published research examines how auditors and nonprofessional investors incorporate sustainability information in their judgements.