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About Keith Duncan

Qualifications
Bachelor of Commerce - University of Otago
Master of Commerce - University of Otago
Doctor of Philosophy - Bond University
Certified Accountant
Dr Keith Duncan is a professionally qualified Chartered Accountant and a Director of Founders Forum and has also served on the Advisory Board for the John Heine Entrepreneurial Challenge, the Gold Coast Innovation Working Party and Founders Forum Ltd.
In addition to his extensive teaching and research experience at leading institutions in the USA, New Zealand, South Africa and throughout East Asia, he has consulted to and conducted executive development for commercial and government organisations including SEQEB, Sheraton, Stock Exchange, Barclays Bank and the New Zealand Securities Commission.
Dr Duncan's work was awarded two Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Awards by the American Accounting Association and Accounting Behaviour and Organisations, and International Accounting sections.

Positions

Present Professor of Accounting, Bond University
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Present Head of Accounting, Bond University
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Present Executive MBA Director, Bond University
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Present Associate Dean Accreditation & International Programs, Bond University
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning 2006, Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
  • Export Awards from 2001 to 2006 for the MyBondMBA.com Program
  • Gold Coast Region Export Award, Information Technology and Education categories
  • Mayor's Innovation Award, Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards
  • Queensland Chamber of Commerce & Industry (QJCCI) Export Award, Service Sector
  • Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation, American Accounting Association (AAA)

Contact Information

Faculty of Business, Technology and Sustainable Development
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia
Phone: 7 559 52238

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Contributions to Books (2)

Conference Papers (8)