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Mr. Jasvinder Sidhu

Lecturer, Accounting

Business 03



Mt Helen Campus, Online


Dr Jasvinder Sidhu is a Lecturer in accounting at Federation University Australia, with research expertise in accounting history and intellectual capital. Dr Sidhu is also involved in volunteer work and applies accounting techniques in creating efficient service models for community work.

Jasvinder has published in several high-ranking journals, including leading co-authored papers in the study of intellectual capital performance of the Australian financial sector overall. In 2015, he won the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) Higher Degree by Research Publication Excellence Award in recognition of his collaborative work and high-quality publications.

Jasvinder holds three master’s degrees and a PhD, in which he examined the construction of social boundaries in the Australian accounting profession as a means of social exclusion. He has taught in five countries over the last 15 years and has presented his research at universities across Europe and in the UK, Canada, New Zealand, and India.

Corporate social responsibility and performance measurement systems in Iran: A levers of control perspective

Understanding the Sociology of the Accounting Profession: The case of Australia

The role of sustainability control systems in translating CSR into performance in Iran

Australia's divided accounting profession: The 1969 merger attempt and its legacy

The Australian accounting environment is dominated by two competing brands – Chartered Accountant...

Coercive control of money, dowry and remittances among Indian migrant women in Australia

This paper examines how coercive control underlies financial abuse as men re-interpret the gender...

Failure to unify Australia’s leading accounting professional bodies

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide a historical account of four unsuccessful merger...

Measuring intellectual capital performance of Indian banks A public and private sector comparison

Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to measure the intellectual capital performance of Indian...

The emergent Institute of Chartered Accountants of India: An upper-caste profession

The distinctive Indian caste system divides Hindu society into a hierarchy of four varnas, each...

Corporate social disclosures in the knowledge-based sector in an emerging economy

The purpose of this paper is to examine corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting by the...

Intellectual capital and financial performance: an evaluation of the Australian financial sector

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the intellectual capital (IC) performance of the...

Intellectual capital disclosures by Indian and Australian information technology companies A comparative analysis

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate and compare the voluntary reporting of...

The Emergence of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India: an upper-caste profession

  • Conference Proceedings

Intellectual capital disclosures in India: A case study of information technology sector

This study examines the annual reports of the top 20 information technology companies listed on...

The interplay between caste and the emergent accounting profession in India

  • Conference Proceedings

Intellectual Capital Performance in the Banking Sector: An assessment of Australian owned banks

  • Journals

Reporting Intellectual Capital in Annual Reports from Australian S/W & I/T Companies

  • Journals