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Dr Samuel Benjamin

Samuel Benjamin

Senior Lecturer in Accounting

Keywords

Accounting; Corporate Governance; Corporate Social Responsibility; Data mining; Environment Issues; Financial Accounting; Management; Management Accounting; Performance; Sustainability; Technology; Waste; Web; Women and Gender Studies


Contact Details

Email: [email protected]
Room: MSB.3.27
Phone: +64 7 837 9578

Papers Taught

About Samuel

Dr Samuel Jebaraj Benjamin joined the University of Waikato in 2019. Prior to this, he was lecturing at the University of Otago, New Zealand.

He obtained his PhD from Multimedia University and also holds a Master of Business Administrative (MBA) from the University of East London, and Bachelor of Science in Applied in Accounting from Oxford Brookes University.

Samuel's professional qualifications include membership of CPA Australia.

He has many years' experience in teaching financial reporting, financial analysis and management accounting courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Research Interests

Financial performance, corporate governance, social media engagement, CSR, sustainability, management accounting, dividend policy, capital markets

Recent Publications

  • Benjamin, S., Regasa, D. G., Hewa Wellalage, N., & Marathamuthu, M. S. (2020). Waste disclosure and corporate cash holdings. Applied Economics, 52(49), 5399-5412. doi:10.1080/00036846.2020.1764480

  • Benjamin, S., Mansi, M., & Pandey, R. (2019). Board gender composition, board independence and sustainable supply chain responsibility. Accounting & Finance, online, 35 pages. doi:10.1111/acfi.12532

  • Benjamin, S. (2019). Waste generation and corporate cash holdings. In Performance Measurement Association Australasia (PMAA) Conference 2019. Queenstown, New Zealand.

  • Benjamin, S., & Biswas, P. (2019). Board gender composition, dividend policy and COD: the implications of CEO duality. Accounting Research Journal, 32(3), 454-476. doi:10.1108/arj-02-2018-0035

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