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Deakin University

550 Bourke Street

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Melbourne, VIC 3000

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Join us for Professor Gul's inaugural public lecture as an Alfred Deakin Professor!

In this lecture, Professor Gul will draw upon the works of Francis Fukuyama and theories of political economy to provide a conceptual framework that helps explain the role of Corporate Political Activities (CPA). Specifically, he will examine the impact of firms' political connections, corporate lobbying and political donations in influencing corporate finance, financial reporting and auditing. The discussion will include empirical evidence from Malaysia, US and Australia.

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Prof Gul is the Alfred Deakin Professor of Accounting and Finance at Deakin University. He is a well recognized
authority in the field of empirical accounting. Some of his achievements include his many published books on China’s socio economic reforms, auditing and corporate governance of East Asian Corporations. Please see here for further information on Prof Gul's bio.


When: Monday 14 November
Time: 6:00 pm
Where:
Deakin University Melbourne Corporate Centre
Level 3
550 Bourke Street

Dress code: Business attire

Please RSVP by Monday 7 November

Drinks and canapes will be served


This event is sponsored by ACCA and the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.

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