Senior Lecturer, Accounting Discipline Group, University of Technology Sydney

David Bond joined the Accounting Discipline Group in 2003 and has completed a PhD under the supervision of Professor Peter Wells. David’s PhD was on the topic ‘The impact of the Arthur Andersen and Ernst & Young merger on the Australian audit services market’. He graduated in May 2010.

During his time at UTS David has been involved in teaching financial reporting and introductory accounting at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level. He is also currently a member of the Faculty Board in Business and the Faculty Board of Law and a committee member for the International Conference for e-Learning. From 2003 David was responsible for the operational aspects of the UTS Audit Markets Database.

Since 2012 he has been a regular guest on 2SER. In 2013 he held the position of Academic Fellow at the International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation in London. He has also undertaken consulting work for a number of organizations.

David has an active interest in the role of emerging technology and social media in the learning environment. Through his work in this area, David has received the UTS Accounting Discipline Group Teaching & Learning Award twice (2009 and 2011), a UTS Teaching & Learning Citation (2009) and a UTS Teaching & Learning Award (2011). In 2012 he was awarded an Australian Government Office for Learning & Teaching Citation.

Experience

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    Senior Lecturer, Accounting Discipline Group, University of Technology, Sydney