Andrew Jackson

Associate Professor, Accounting Undergraduate Honours Coordinator

School of Accounting - BCA MCA, VUW | PhD, UNSW | AMusTCL

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About Andrew

Andrew joined the school in July 2005 and was appointed Senior Lecturer in July 2011. Andrew teaches postgraduate financial accounting. Prior to his appointment at UNSW, Andrew taught at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand.

His research interest examines how accounting information is used by capital market participants, including issues on earnings co-movements, corporate disclosure, stock return volatility, the timeliness of earnings and asset pricing models. His paper, 'Pierpont and the Capital Market' was awarded a joint share of the Abacus 2009 Manuscript Award.

Andrew is a director of the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) and is the Undergraduate Honours coordinator in the School of Accounting.​