Dr Grace Hsu
Grace Hsu
Lecturer in Financial Accounting
  • PhD (The University of Queensland)
  • BCom (Hons) (The University of Queensland)
+61 7 334 68042
Room 408, Colin Clark Building, St. Lucia Campus

    Grace teaches in the areas of financial accounting and auditing. Her main research interests include corporate disclosure, accounting policy choice and capital market research. She is particularly interested in voluntary disclosure practices and their capital market impact under the Australian continuous disclosure regime. She is currently working on projects examining issues related to continuous disclosure, management and analysts’ earnings forecasts, company disclosure related to the Australian Equivalent of International Financial Reporting Standards (A-IFRS), financial reporting quality, and fund disclosures in the Australian superannuation industry.

    Research interests

    Discretionary corporate disclosure / Continuous disclosure regime
    Impact and effectiveness of the Australian continuous disclosure regime, corporate governance, and how management earnings forecasts are used to convey information to the financial market.


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    • AFAANZ (AAANZ) Since 1999

    Major research grants

    Title Agency Year Amount
    Discretionary Managerial Disclosure in Response to AIFRS Adoption in Interim Financial Reports (with I.R. Zimmer). AFAANZ Research Grant 2006 $6,000
    The Disclosure of Price Sensitive Information by Loss-making Firms under the Australian Continuous Disclosure Regime UQ New Staff Research Grant 2005 $12,000