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Accounting for Non-Profit Organisations

Non-profit organisations have a challenge to balance fund-raising and expenditure. Dr Petrus Usmanij (Accounting, La Trobe University) explains how non-profit organisations distribute their funding, and the extra challenges of micro-financing. Copyright 2012 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

13 MIN2012 DEC 14
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Accounting for Non-Profit Organisations

Tourism in Australia

Tourism to Australia has grown as an economic contributor, but there's ups and downs like there is in every market. Professor Geoffrey Crouch (tourism policy and marketing) looks at what does and doesn't work in tourism marketing in Australia. Copyright 2012 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

16 MIN2012 NOV 20
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Tourism in Australia

How the Carbon Tax Works

The carbon tax begins in Australia in July 2012, and has split opinions as to how effective it will be, and how much of a compromise it is. Professor Harry Clarke (Economics, La Trobe University) looks at the legislation and the probable impact. Copyright 2012 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

14 MIN2012 JUN 8
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How the Carbon Tax Works

Will Plain-Packaging on Cigarettes Work?

Plain-packaging will be applied to cigarettes in Australia from late 2012. Professor Harry Clarke (Economics, La Trobe University) looks at the legislation and whether he believes it will have an impact on sales. Copyright 2012 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

11 MIN2012 MAY 11
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Will Plain-Packaging on Cigarettes Work?

Voting Biases in Music Polls

Are music polls a fair and accurate of popularity and music tastes? Dr Liam Lenten (Economics and Finance, La Trobe University) on the voting biases in the Triple J Hottest 100 music poll. Copyright 2010 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

17 MIN2012 JAN 24
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Voting Biases in Music Polls

Economics of Everyday Life

There are a lot of misconceptions of economics, and Dr Wayne Geerling (Economics and Finance, La Trobe University) uses economics to describe the way the think, feel, and act. Economics is just a toolkit, and goes beyond number-crunching. Copyright 2010 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

14 MIN2011 SEP 21
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Economics of Everyday Life

Making the Market

While the modern market has evolved since the 19th century many of the same principles are still in play. Professor Paul Johnson (Vice-Chancellor, La Trobe University) talks about his new book 'Making the Market', the history of the modern market and the way it cycles. Copyright 2010 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

18 MIN2010 MAY 18
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Making the Market

Economics of the Internet

While business remains the same in theory, the internet has made the process cheaper, faster, and larger. Dr David Prentice (Economics, La Trobe University) on the large economic playing field of the internet. Copyright 2009 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

11 MIN2009 OCT 16
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Economics of the Internet

Fighting Corruption

Corruption is considered a major impediment to social justice, but how can non-government organisations make headway and encourage transparency? Cobus de Swardt (Managing Director at Transparency International) and Adjunct Professor Peter Loney (La Trobe University's Public Sector Governance and Accountability Research Centre) on problems faced by countries, the private sector and NGOs. Copyright 2009 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

13 MIN2009 JUN 30
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Fighting Corruption

Sustainability Reporting for Accountants

Accountants will be highly influential in the process of organisational change as businesses respond to the pressures to be more sustainable. Some research suggests that accountants have a negative impact through imposing cost-benefit analyses which consider only financial issues. However, other research suggests accountants are very aware of the issues and are helping to strategically guide their organisations through them as well as implementing management systems to collect and report the relevant data. Presented by Professor Jane Hamilton, head of the Regional School of Business, La Trobe University. 2009 Worner Research Lecture, 27th May, 2009. Introduction by Bendigo Campus director Andrew Harvey. Copyright 2009 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

51 MIN2009 MAY 27
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Sustainability Reporting for Accountants

Latest Episodes

Accounting for Non-Profit Organisations

Non-profit organisations have a challenge to balance fund-raising and expenditure. Dr Petrus Usmanij (Accounting, La Trobe University) explains how non-profit organisations distribute their funding, and the extra challenges of micro-financing. Copyright 2012 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

13 MIN2012 DEC 14
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Accounting for Non-Profit Organisations

Tourism in Australia

Tourism to Australia has grown as an economic contributor, but there's ups and downs like there is in every market. Professor Geoffrey Crouch (tourism policy and marketing) looks at what does and doesn't work in tourism marketing in Australia. Copyright 2012 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

16 MIN2012 NOV 20
Comments
Tourism in Australia

How the Carbon Tax Works

The carbon tax begins in Australia in July 2012, and has split opinions as to how effective it will be, and how much of a compromise it is. Professor Harry Clarke (Economics, La Trobe University) looks at the legislation and the probable impact. Copyright 2012 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

14 MIN2012 JUN 8
Comments
How the Carbon Tax Works

Will Plain-Packaging on Cigarettes Work?

Plain-packaging will be applied to cigarettes in Australia from late 2012. Professor Harry Clarke (Economics, La Trobe University) looks at the legislation and whether he believes it will have an impact on sales. Copyright 2012 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

11 MIN2012 MAY 11
Comments
Will Plain-Packaging on Cigarettes Work?

Voting Biases in Music Polls

Are music polls a fair and accurate of popularity and music tastes? Dr Liam Lenten (Economics and Finance, La Trobe University) on the voting biases in the Triple J Hottest 100 music poll. Copyright 2010 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

17 MIN2012 JAN 24
Comments
Voting Biases in Music Polls

Economics of Everyday Life

There are a lot of misconceptions of economics, and Dr Wayne Geerling (Economics and Finance, La Trobe University) uses economics to describe the way the think, feel, and act. Economics is just a toolkit, and goes beyond number-crunching. Copyright 2010 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

14 MIN2011 SEP 21
Comments
Economics of Everyday Life

Making the Market

While the modern market has evolved since the 19th century many of the same principles are still in play. Professor Paul Johnson (Vice-Chancellor, La Trobe University) talks about his new book 'Making the Market', the history of the modern market and the way it cycles. Copyright 2010 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

18 MIN2010 MAY 18
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Making the Market

Economics of the Internet

While business remains the same in theory, the internet has made the process cheaper, faster, and larger. Dr David Prentice (Economics, La Trobe University) on the large economic playing field of the internet. Copyright 2009 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

11 MIN2009 OCT 16
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Economics of the Internet

Fighting Corruption

Corruption is considered a major impediment to social justice, but how can non-government organisations make headway and encourage transparency? Cobus de Swardt (Managing Director at Transparency International) and Adjunct Professor Peter Loney (La Trobe University's Public Sector Governance and Accountability Research Centre) on problems faced by countries, the private sector and NGOs. Copyright 2009 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

13 MIN2009 JUN 30
Comments
Fighting Corruption

Sustainability Reporting for Accountants

Accountants will be highly influential in the process of organisational change as businesses respond to the pressures to be more sustainable. Some research suggests that accountants have a negative impact through imposing cost-benefit analyses which consider only financial issues. However, other research suggests accountants are very aware of the issues and are helping to strategically guide their organisations through them as well as implementing management systems to collect and report the relevant data. Presented by Professor Jane Hamilton, head of the Regional School of Business, La Trobe University. 2009 Worner Research Lecture, 27th May, 2009. Introduction by Bendigo Campus director Andrew Harvey. Copyright 2009 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

51 MIN2009 MAY 27
Comments
Sustainability Reporting for Accountants
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