- Professor Ellie Chapple
QUT Business School,
- Discipline *
- Accounting, Auditing and Accountability
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Doctor of Juridicial Science (Queensland University of Technology)
- Professional memberships
- Member AFAANZ
- Member Corporate Law Teachers Association
- Legal practitioner admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland
* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- Ellie (Larelle) Chapple holds the position of Professor of Accounting at QUT Business School, where she is the research leader in Forensic Accounting and the chief investigator in the research program Accounting For Social Change: https://www.qut.edu.au/research/research-projects/accounting-for-social-change-group
- Ellie is a member of AFAANZ, member of the Corporate Law Teachers Association and Legal practitioner admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland. She holds a professional doctorate in Juridical Science from QUT. Ellie is the editor of the Accounting Research Journal.
- See Ellie’s google scholar page for up to date bibliography http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?sortby=pubdate&hl=en&user=AyA-oWUAAAAJ&view_op=list_works
- Ellie’s teaching and research interests are primarily corporate law, corporate governance and capital market transactions. She has published the results of her research, including corporate disclosure issues in fundraising and takeovers and corporate governance, in journals such as Accounting and Finance, Company and Securities Law Journal, Australian Business Law Review, Australian Journal of Management and Australian Journal of Corporate Law. Ellie also maintains an interest in Insolvency Law and Trade Practices Law.
- Keywords for research interests:
- mergers and acquisitions; takeover bids; private equity
- board diversity
- securities class action litigation
- corporate governance
- capital raising
- environmental reporting
- continuous disclosure
- corporate fraud
This information has been contributed by Professor Ellie Chapple.
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