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Atta Adu-Osae MEc, Grad Cert Education.

Lecturer | Email: aduosae.a@imc.edu.au

I teach TFIN204 Financial Markets and Institutions. I am interested in Monetary Economics and Central Bank Independence.

 

I am an inspiring lecturer in Economics and Banking and Finance. With empathy, Atta combines theoretical knowledge and industry experience to help students of diverse backgrounds understand the fundamental concepts of economics and apply them in the real world. This is because I believe that Economics is the foundation of every course in business, including Banking and Finance and a successful business career, everyone should be encouraged to learn economics. I am always delighted to see and hear, by the middle of the term, students say “I, now like economics because I apply the concepts”"

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Barbara Gligorijevic PhD, MBA, MA

Lecturer | Email: barbara.gligorijevic@imc.edu.au

I have 12 years of academic and teaching experience in the business discipline, and over 10 years of professional experience in marketing, market research and business consultancy. I teach management, marketing, communications, and strategy courses at the postgraduate and undergraduate levels.

I hold a PhD degree from Queensland University of Technology, Master of Business Administration from The University of Sheffield, Master of Arts from Université Lumière Lyon 2.

My research interests are in the areas of technology adoption, online consumer behaviour, strategy, and resistance to change in business enterprises. I am passionate about teaching new generations how to become successful entrepreneurs and inspiring leaders.

Bek Abdullaev PhD in Economics

Adjunct Senior Lecturer | Email: bekzod.abdullaev@imc.edu.au

Dr. Bek Abdullaev is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer. He received his PhD in Economics from La Trobe University in 2011. He taught economics and quantitative subjects at La Trobe University and RMIT University prior to joining the NSW public sector in 2016. He is an author of various academic research articles published locally and internationally. His research interests include public economics, program evaluation, econometrics, big data analysis.

Biplob Chowdhury PhD

Lecturer | Email: biplob.chowdhury@imc.edu.au

Biplob Chowdhury is a Lecturer in Economics and Finance at the Australian National Institute of Management and Commerce (IMC); a Research Associate at the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA), Australian National University (ANU); and a Committee Member of the Economic Society of Australia (ESA) (Tasmanian Branch). Biplob's research interests and expertise include Asset Pricing, Financial Econometrics, Macro-Finance, Fintech, and Corporate Finance. He received a PhD in Economics from the University of Tasmania, Australia and a Master's degree in Finance from Umea University, Sweden. He has published papers in scholarly peer-reviewed journals including the Internal Journal of Financial Analysis, Applied Economics, and Journal of Asian Economics. Biplob is currently researching high-frequency finance and his current research project is 'The behaviour of diffusion and jump risks in conflict and post-conflict markets (Evidence from Sri Lanka)'.

Biplob serves as a referee for a number of journals including the Journal of Banking & Finance, Journal of Asian Economics, International Review of Economics and Finance, and Economic Record. Biplob enjoys teaching and has a broad range of experience teaching in economics and finance, from core courses such as introductory corporate finance, Principles of Economics and investments to advance courses such as Quantitative Methods for Accounting and Finance, and financial derivatives, from standalone business courses to research based tailored courses, from conventional face to face teaching to online teaching. Before joining IMC, Biplob was a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Tasmania. In addition, he served as a consultant at the Asian Development Bank (ADB), working on different research projects including: financial markets, risk analysis, and international finance. He has also worked as a Business Analyst in a technology consulting company in the UAE market and a Financial Analyst at an NGO in Sweden.

Subjects taught at IMC: Economic Environment of Business, Corporate Finance, Quantitative Methods for Accounting and Finance, Risk and Financial Risk Management.

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Candice Tu Master of Business (Accounting by Research)

Lecturer | Email: candic.tu@imc.edu.au

Candice teaches Corporate Accounting at Business School, IMC as a Lecturer. She has over fifteen years of experience in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Monash University, University of Adelaide and UNSW. She has been lecturing at the IMC Business School since 2011. During her research study at UNSW she has published an article in the “Australian Tax Forum” and presented her research outcome in several international conference.

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Cara Edwards FGIA, CFP, MFPlan, Dip FS, Adv Dip FS, BBus, Dip T&Dev

Lecturer | Email: cara.edwards@imc.edu.au

I have worked in the financial services industry for over 20 years and and am a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). Not only do I have experience as a financial planner, but also worked in compliance,  paraplanning, training, business development and projects. I have been teaching financial planning units at IMC for about 4 years and been involved in the delivery of training programs both in the corporate world and vocational sector for 20 years. My recent jobs have been at the larger wealth management companies, such as AMP, MLC and BT. In addition to a business degree, I have a Master of Financial Planning and am a Certified Financial Planner offered by the Financial Planning Association (FPA). I also hold financial planning, training/education and governance diplomas.  

Claire Locke BA (hons) FCA

Lecturer | Email: claire.locke@imc.edu.au

Claire teaches across undergraduate and postgraduate subjects in accounting, including financial reporting and Capstone. Away from IMC she writes educational materials, teaches and runs executive workshops focusing financial reporting, auditing and ethics, and consults to the accounting profession.

David Liu PhD

Lecturer | Email: david.liu@imc.edu.au

After completing my undergraduate degree, I started my postgraduate study in the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Here I am working in the area of financial economics and financial data analysis.

Gerard Teo FCCA, MOF

Lecturer | Email: gerard.teo@imc.edu.au

Started career at Ernst and Young and after about 4 years, worked in industry as an Accounting Manager before moving into teaching financial accounting, advanced financial accounting and auditing. I taught in institutions in Singapore and in Australia for more than 25 years.

Gerry Li DBA, CPA (Aust.)

Lecturer | Email: gerry.li@imc.edu.au

Dr Li has over 35 years of work experience in different organisational roles across different industry sectors. He was first qualified as an UK-ACCA certified accountant in 1989 and became a CPA member of CPA Australia in 1997. In his versatile career developed in different countries, he has worked as a professional accountant in public accounting firms; a financial controller in business corporations; a management consultant in training and consulting firms; and a lecturer in universities and higher education institutions.

His specialisation areas and research interests include strategic management accounting, balanced scorecard, key performance indicators, activity-based costing, corporate governance and management control systems.

He currently teaches Managerial Accounting in the Master of Professional Accounting program and Accounting for Business in the Master of Business Administration program at IMC.

Glenn William Parnaby MBA, M. Mgmt, B.Bus

Lecturer | Email: glenn.parnaby@imc.edu.au

I have been lecturing for 20 years in Sales & Marketing and Strategic Behaviour. I specialise in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods industry.

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Hamin Hamin BBus, ACA, CISA

Senior Lecturer | Email: hamin.hamin@imc.edu.au

Hamin is a senior lecturer in business at Australian National Institute of Management and Commerce (IMC), Sydney. he has previous teaching experiences in several most high-profile universities such as Macquarie University and Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia. His research interests include country of origin effects, brand management, consumer behaviour and tourism. He has published in various international well-respected journals.

Jack Yang PhD (on going), MPA, BE, BP

Lecturer | Email: jack.yang@imc.edu.au

Working in the tertiary education industry since 2015, with two years experience in the professional industry. Education qualifications include master of accounting, bachelor of economics, bachelor of philosophy, graduate certificate in higher education teaching and learning. Currently undertaking PhD study at Macquarie university, and the research interests cover the application of disruptive technology in the accounting and auditing field. Professional qualifications include CPA Australia.

Jacky Fang BCom (Hons) Macq. MCom USyd, CPA, FIN

Lecturer | Email: jacky.fang@imc.edu.au

Jacky Fang has been lecturing in accounting and finance subjects at the Business School of IMC since 2016. He is the subject developer of various finance subjects in Bachelor of Applied Finance. Jacky is a member of CPA Australia and Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA). Jacky has undertaken consultancy work as a financial analyst in various large institutions, e.g. BDO Kendall, HSBC. He is one of the co-founder of EksitoSelect Consulting Pty Ltd and currently serves as the Principal Analyst. Jacky is an adjunct lecturer in La Trobe University and Macquarie University. Over and above teaching, he has taught at different private institutions in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong and has been awarded the Teaching Excellence Certificate in many semesters. His research interests at present cover Empirical Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions and Testing for Market Efficiency. He has presented academic and commercial papers in many research seminars and commercial forums.

Javed Mahmood PhD in Accounting

Lecturer | Email: javed.mahmood@imc.edu.au

Dr. Javed Mahmood is a Lecturer in Accounting at the Australian National Institute of Management and Commerce (IMC), Hobart Campus. In addition, he has been working as a Sessional Academic staff at Tasmanian School of Business and Economics (TSBE), the University of Tasmania since February 2015. He has previously also undertaken the role of Assistant Professor at International Islamic University Islamabad, as well as at PMAS Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi. Dr. Mahmood’s 9 years of academic experience includes research, teaching, curriculum development, administration, and students’ research supervision.

John Edwards B.Comm (UNSW); MBA (UTS); MRes (Macquarie)

Lecturer | Email: john.edwards@imc.edu.au

John Edwards has over 30 years’ experience working in business and education industries. He was the Marketing Director and Director of Executive Education at MGSM (Education); Business Development Director at George Patterson Bates (Media); Senior Marketing roles at Westpac, Citibank and Advance Bank (Financial Services); and Senior Brand Manager at Diageo and various Sales roles at Kellogg’s Australia (FMCG). John completed his Master of Research (MRes) at Macquarie University in 2015, and is planning to complete his PhD in early 2021 in the area of Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Sales Performance.

Top started teaching at IMC in 2018 and is the unit coordinator and lecturer for the following units: TBUS110 Introduction to e-Commerce; TBUS610 E-Business Strategies; and TMGT604 Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

Julian W Yim PhD (Management)

Lecturer | Email: julian.yim@imc.edu.au

I have more than fifteen years of industry and tertiary teaching experience. With my extensive academic and industrial expertise in Food Science and Technology, Biotechnology and business administration, I worked for multinational companies from Germany, USA and Australia covering Asia Pacific region for technical excellence and market development.

With the understanding of cultural diversity, I have a lot of experience of working with local and international students for enriching their learning opportunities in global context. My research interests are international business, leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship, global management, biotechnology start-up ventures and strategic management.

I am an active professional member of Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Strategic Management Society (USA), Academy of International Business (USA) and Academy of Management (USA).

Khanh Nguyen PhD (Auditing, Forensic Accounting, and Fraud Examination), CPA

Lecturer | Email: khanh.nguyen@imc.edu.au

I have a passion for and commitment to accounting & auditing. This was demonstrated by my consistent studies in accounting & auditing at PhD, CPA (Certified Practising Accountant), Master, and Bachelor levels. I’m honoured to be a 2020 Finalist for the Award: The Accounting Student of the Year in Australia. Furthermore, I’m a CPA Australia with nine (9) years of industry experience in accounting, auditing, finance, and human resources management locally and internationally, including senior professional positions. I have also had thirteen (13) years of experience (research & industry) in the international non-governmental organisation/non-profit organisation sector, and in fraud & corruption prevention and detection, including senior professional positions. Moreover, I have had 2.5 years of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience in accounting and auditing. I have received the Teaching Excellence Award from Australian National Institute of Management and Commerce (IMC) in 2020. I have also had 7 years of providing mentorship to undergraduate and postgraduate accounting and finance students within the Career Mentor Scheme at Queensland University of Technology.

Both my PhD and Master theses were about the research on fraud. My research has been recognised internationally. I’m the 2020 winner of the Best Dissertation Award in Forensic Accounting from the American Accounting Association. The Award is for my PhD thesis. I’m the first person, who collected the data outside the USA, to receive the Award, which is a testament to the quality of my work. I’m also only the second person from outside the USA to receive the Award. Therefore, I join a very prestigious and elite group of researchers who had success early on with this Award."

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Lawrence George Potter PGC Research (MRES), MBA, Leadership

Lecturer | Email: lawrence.potter@imc.edu.au

Lawrence Potter CFE
Lawrence is the CEO of Strategon, a Strategic Management Consulting firm, with 30 years’ commercial experience consulting to FMCG; Engineering; Information Technology; Consumer Services; Professional Services; Fashion & Fashion Accessories; Facilities & Property Management Services; Gift and Homewares; Education; and Online Marketing & Retail Services.
Lawrence is an entrepreneurial business management advisor commercialising and growing a wide range of businesses across the manufacturing and service sectors. Working particularly with to Small and Medium sized Business both domestically and internationally, he is focused on guiding business owners, managers and entrepreneurs to grow their businesses.
As such his consultancy involves working with business owners and their teams to develop strategic options (sales, marketing and business development) to grow their businesses. He drives the implementation of the developed strategies and business development programs. Implementation and Skills Training covers a number of key areas but in particular is focused on; Sales, Sales Management, Strategic Marketing, Marketing Communications, Digital & Social Media Marketing, Export Management, Customer Acquisition and Retention initiatives.
Lawrence experience is enhanced with an academic career at Macquarie University and Western Sydney University, developing and delivering strategy management and marketing programs. He also possesses a strong knowledge base and thought leadership perspective.

Lingqin Liu

Lingqin Liu B. Com, PhD. Econ, GDip.AccFin

Lecturer | Email: lingqin.liu@imc.edu.au

Dr Lingqin Liu has 15 years’ experience in teaching accounting and finance courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level across different universities and institutions, including UNSW and Macquarie University. Her teaching areas cover accounting theory, principles of accounting, intermediate/advanced financial accounting, management accounting, advanced management accounting, financial statement analysis, business finance and corporate finance. Among them, accounting theory is one of her favourite subjects to teach. Dr Lingqin Liu has been teaching at TOP since 2009 and currently teaches accounting theory at IMC. She has also worked as a senior commercial/financial analyst in a large corporation for 5 years before she started her teaching career.

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Michael Matthew BBus, ACA, CISA

Lecturer | Email: michael.matthew@imc.edu.au

Michael Matthew is a former ‘Big 4’ accounting firm partner whose career has moved more into academia as well as skills coaching for professional services firms and internal audit departments. This includes developing customised courses in areas such as report writing, selling, negotiations and improving personal / team skills.

He has been lecturing (including online) since 1998 and for 10 years ran the online program for his area at Macquarie University.

His academic work has included lecturing in:

  • Audit and Accounting
  • Ethics and Governance
  • Information Systems in Business
  • Information Technology Management
  • Global Strategy and Leadership
  • Risk Management

He has been lecturing at IMC for seven years in a number of units and currently lectures in auditing at both the undergrad and postgrad levels as well as conducting IMC’s CPA auditing and global strategy and leadership units.

Finally – in addition to being a father of 5 – in his ‘spare time’ his academic work has extended to (believe it or not!) lecturing on Sport in Australia and International Sports Management.

Michael is described as an ‘interesting’ and entertaining speaker who has won numerous best paper awards. He ‘lives’ by the creed of his hero: Jesse ‘The Body’ Ventura (ex-WWE wrestler, former Governor of Minnesota and perennial U.S. Presidential aspirant): “You’ve gotta tell it like it is”.

Mo Kader PhD MBA MSc GDip GCert GCerTE, BSc

Lecturer | Email: mo.kader@imc.edu.au

Dr Kader is a business and academic professional with 20 years’ experience in managing medium and large businesses in Australia and Asia and in teaching, research and advisory in a higher education setting.

Dr Kader is a Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute and is a Certified Practicing Marketer (CPM), Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Training and Development. He is a Certified Human Resources Professional (CAHRI) and a Chartered Manager (CM). He sits on several boards of directors and is Chair or past Chair of three commercial entities based in Sydney and is an Associate Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Mohammad Monjurul Hoque PhD (Economics)

Lecturer | Email: m.hoque@imc.edu.au

I am a dedicated and passionate economics and finance teaching, research, and management professional with over 20 years of extensive experience in working with universities across Sydney and training institute with the Government of Bangladesh. I have a unique educational background in both economics and finance across 3 countries. I obtained my PhD in Economics from the University Putra Malaysia as a Commonwealth scholar, Master of Economics from the University of Sydney as an Asian Development Bank (ADB) scholar, Master of Commerce in Finance and Bachelor of Commerce (honors) in Finance from the University of Dhaka. Moreover, I have extensive professional development training exposures in the field of economics, international trade, finance, and teaching techniques from the University of Birmingham and Civil Service College UK, United Nations University (UNU) Tokyo Japan, International Training Centre in Italy, and South Korea.

Nahid Rahman

Nahid Rahman MBA, PhD

Senior Lecturer | Email: nahid.rahman@imc.edu.au

Dr. Nahid Rahman specialises in the area of Corporate Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions and Data Analytics. He holds an MBA and a PhD, both from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Dr Rahman has experience working overseas for the World Bank and has 17 years teaching and research experience in Australian universities. Dr Rahman has published extensively in leading international journals in the field of finance.

Omar Aziz PhD - Finance & Economic

Lecturer | Email: omar.aziz@imc.edu.au

Dr Aziz has a PhD degree in Finance & Economics from Western Sydney University in Australia. He worked there as an academic for 5 years before he joined IMC in 2015. His first project with IMC was to construct and deliver two units in the field of finance.

During Dr Aziz’s time at IMC, he had been granted the Teaching Excellence Award several times for his dedication in the duty of teaching that has been reflected by the students. Recognised for coordinating/delivering successful units/programs that enhance learning, utilising a student-focused approach. Exposed students to diverse challenges and situations which could help them further excel in the field. Developed and designed syllabus and overall course structure in line with the institution's requirements.

In 2018, he had been awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Practice in Learning and Teaching from Central Queensland University for his successful teaching method in finance units that enhance learning and utilised a student-focused approach. A method that exposed students to diverse challenges and situations which could help them further excel in the field.

Peter Zhang MPracAcc (Monash), CPA

Lecturer | Email: peter.zhang@imc.edu.au

Peter has been teaching at IMC since 2013. He has lectured there in both undergraduate courses (Management Accounting, and Accounting 1B) and postgraduate units (Principles of Accounting, Principles of Financial Management, Corporate Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Accounting for Business, and Accounting Theory and Applications). Peter has also been awarded Teaching Excellence Certificates in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. Earlier as a commercial accountant and then financial controller, he worked in various industries in the areas of corporate reporting and financial services and management for four years. Peter then became a multi-award winning Certified Practising Accountant. Since 2004, Peter has lectured for ten higher education institutions at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels. His teaching portfolio is focused on financial accounting, corporate reporting, management accounting, business finance, and using accounting and finance for decision making. The continual graduates’ success stories have been inspiring Peter to ever hone his teaching skills, making students’ learning a memorable experience.

Philomena Leung PhD, MAcc, FCCA, FCPA, CA, PFIIA

Lecturer | Email: philomena.leung@imc.edu.au

Philomena Leung (PhD, MAcc, FCCA, FCPA, CA, PFIIA) is a casual academic lecturer teaching the professional accounting capstone subject in the Master of Professional Accounting course. She is an emeritus professor and has held over 44 years of higher education experience, comprising roles in lecturing, curriculum design, and academic accreditation and management including two times as Head of School of Accounting, Finance, Economics and Corporate Governance.

Philomena’s research interests are in Accounting Ethics, Corporate Governance, Auditing and Accounting Education. Philomena is also the lead author for the Auditing and Assurance text published by John Wiley & Sons. Philomena is currently a director at the Institute of Internal Auditors – Australia, and also a member at the CAANZ Education Board. Philomena believes that accounting is the key to adding value to the future of business and society.

Regan Lam BCom (UWS), MM(Macq), PhD (Macq)

Lecturer | Email: regan.lam@imc.edu.au

Dr. Regan Lam is currently lecturing digital business and marketing subjects in IMC at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He earned his PhD from Macquarie University, Australia. He has 20 years’ working experience in tertiary education. He has previously worked at the City University of Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). At PolyU, he was the Programme Director and Senior Lecturer at the School of Professional Education and Executive Development (PolyUSPEED). Apart from lecturing marketing research and digital marketing courses, he oversaw of the entire branding and promotion of PolyUSPEED. Before becoming an academic, he worked as junior and managerial marketing positions at DBS and Hang Seng Bank in Hong Kong. His research interests are focused on customer loyalty behaviours in financial services and digital marketing. His work has been published in leading marketing journals and presented in many reputable marketing conferences in China, Australia, France and the UK.

Mohammadreza Tavakoli Baghdadabad PhD

Lecturer | Email: m.tavakoli.b@imc.edu.au

I have been graduated from PhD of Finance in 2019. I have about six years of experience teaching university units. I have several publications out of my PhD thesis and other research works. Some other papers have been submitted and the others are ongoing research papers. The published papers included in Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal List Consolidated (Alpha); five papers in rank “A”, eight papers in rank “B” and other papers are in rank “C” journals.

Sally-Ann Joseph PhD, MTax, MCom, BTax, LLB, GradDipLaw, CPA, CTA

Lecturer | Email: sally.j@imc.edu.au

Dr Sally-Ann Joseph is a researcher working in conjunction with some of the higher profile institutions in the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia and Singapore. Sally has received a number of awards including the UNSW/Commissioner of Taxation Medal and has been invited to teach in China and Singapore. She specialises in tax policy with an emphasis on developing countries, in international tax and business law , and small business. Her approach is one of practical application, emanating from the senior tax advisory roles she held within the financial services sector, both in Australia and South Africa, during her 25-year commercial and business career. Sally is admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, a CPA, a chartered tax advisor, a chartered secretary and a member of the Governance Institute of Australia. She also holds a number of not-for-profit board positions.

Stephen Treloar

Stephen Treloar MBA,DBA,MComLaw,Adv.Dip. (AICD),Cert. ADR.

Lecturer | Email: stephen.treloar@Imc.edu.au

Stephen is a Fellow, Australian Institute of Management (FAIM). Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD). Fellow, Governance Institute of Australia, and Member, Institute of Arbitrators & Mediators Association of Australia.

He has over 25 years senior executive experience, including the public service, not-for-profit sector, and Managing Director (Oceania) for a US based transnational company (once part of Nike International). Over the years, Stephen has served on numerous (commercial, NGO and Government) boards and is the former Chairman, Finance & Governance, the Western Sydney Academy of Sport.

His past research interests, conference presentations and publications covers a wide range of fields including: human resource management, social enterprise, commercial law, directors’ responsibilities, conflicts of interest, expatriate management, and ‘best practice’ management. Stephen lectures in human resource management at IMC.

His speaking engagements include presentations and keynote addresses throughout Australia, NZ, Hong Kong, Macau, USA, England, Ireland, Sweden, France, Norway, and the Netherlands.

Telusila Faingataa

Telusila Faingata'a PhD Candidate(AGSL -TUA) MBA(UTS) BBus (CSU)

Lecturer | Email: telusila.faingataa@imc.edu.au

Telusila Faingata’a is passionate about achieving results through empowering and engaging those around her. She leads by example and shines under pressure through prioritising and is emotionally intelligent when challenges arise.

She has more than 20 years of experience in the Finance industry. Her roles varied from Bank Manager for over 10 years, Finance Manager and Accountant for over 10 years. Her strengths span from management, budgeting, forecasting, tax accounting, strategic planning, and financial reporting to being entrepreneurial. She has walked the path of being a business owner and she knows what it takes to be sustainable. She is highly motivated, dedicated, loyal and always be willing to go the extra mile. Her interests are in Business Leadership and is currently undertaking a research on Business Leadership through the Australian Graduate School of Leadership.

Xin YI Phd in Economics

Lecturer | Email: xin.yi@imc.edu.au

I have been teaching in several schools of economics and finance at University of New South Wales (UNSW), University of Newcastle, University of Western Sydney (UWS) and Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (JXUFE), in China for their postgraduate and graduate students since 2004.

I am currently lecturing the undergraduate and postgraduate units of Economics, Statistics, Econometrics, and International Trade and Investment at IMC since 2009.

An ancient Chinese philosopher Laozi (6 BC) “Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime” descries my teaching philosophy.

Yining Zhou PhD, MBA, BSc(Hons), BEng

Lecturer | Email: yining.zhou@imc.edu.au

Dr Yining Zhou (PhD in Accounting) is a highly committed educator and researcher in Accounting and Business. His research field includes Accounting, Auditing, Business Education, Sustainability, and Research Method, with a number of articles in globally recognised journals (Scopus and WOS indexed) including Journal of Education for Business, Education Sciences, etc. Yining is the winner of the 11th Elmer B. Staats Award (for the best article from International Journal of Government Auditing). Yining has been appointed as the Reviewer (accounting education specific) of International Journal of International Education in Business, which is indexed and ranked in Scopus (Q2), ESCI, and ABDC.

Zhongtian Li PhD

Lecturer | Email: zhongtian.li@imc.edu.au

Zhongtian Li completed Master of Business (Research) in 2016 and PhD in 2020 at Queensland University of Technology. Prior to returning to Australia in 2015, Zhongtian briefly worked in overseas.