About the Project
• To establish what types of information impact investors need on NFPs’ service performance and social impact, including how such information affects investment decisions;
• To identify key gaps between investors’ needs and extant NFPs’ service performance data; and
• To assess whether current NFP assurance practices match potential and current impact investors’ needs and preferences. The proposed project will also build upon the Governance, Accountability and the Law research priority area initiatives that have been in the past supported by external funding partners such as CPA Australia. For example, the recent GAL study that was co-funded by CPA Australia, titled the ‘Mergers and Amalgamations within the NFP sector’, revealed the need for better understanding of social impact investor information needs and behaviours towards performance reporting.
Proposed Postgraduate Research ProgrammeSchool: School of Accounting
Program name: PhD (Accounting)
Course code: DR200
Enabling Capability Platform (ECP) - https://www.rmit.edu.au/research/research-expertise/our-focus/enabling-capability-platforms Alignment : Global Business Innovation
Supervisory Team/ContactProfessor Nava Subramaniam [email protected]
Dr Laura Maran [email protected]
Dr Yesh Nama [email protected]
Academic ContactHDR Coordinator, Dr Venkat Narayanan - [email protected]
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