SIM Graduate Wins Faculty Award

Congratulations to SIM graduate Dr Hartmut Hoehle, who has received a 2011 Dean’s Award for Doctoral Achievement.

Dr Hartmut Hoehle, winner of the 2011 Dean's Award for Doctoral Achievement

Dr Hartmut Hoehle, one of a record number of six PhDs graduating from SIM in May 2011, has received a Dean's Award for his research.

The Dean’s Award for Doctoral Achievement was instituted in the Faculty to recognise excellence in the quality of research and writing in the very best of our doctoral theses each year. The awards are made on the recommendations of the Post-Graduate Degrees committee, based on nominations from the School Research Degrees Committees and thesis examiners’ reports.

The full list of award winners for 2011 are:

Hartmut Hoehle

Consumer Intentions to Use Electronic Banking Channels: The Role of Task Channel Fit

Wan Adibah Binti Wan Ismail

Earnings Quality, Family Influence and Corporate Governance: Empirical Evidence from Malaysia

Khairul Anuar Bin Kamarudin

Assessment of Earnings Conservatism in Malaysian Financial Reporting

Rebecca Suzanne Bednarek

Strategizing for Legitimacy in Pluralistic Contexts: New Zealand's Science Sector

Binh Thanh Bui

Strategy-Driven Implications for the Management Control Systems of Electricity Generators Due to Government Climate Change Policies