Dr Jeanette Ng

SIT Faculty

Dr Jeanette Ng

Associate Professor

Doctor of Philosophy, Curtin University, Australia

Cluster:  Design & Specialised Businesses

Jeanette.Ng@SingaporeTech.edu.sg

+65 6592 8525

 

Academic Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy
Curtin University, Australia

CPA Program - Professional course
CPA Australia

Master of Commerce (Distinction)
Curtin University, Australia

Bachelor of Commerce (Double major in Accounting & Finance) awarded First Class Honours
Curtin University, Australia

 

SIT Appointment

Associate Professor, from 2013

Cluster Director, Design and Specialised Businesses Cluster, from 2015

Cluster Coordinator, Design, Education and Social Sciences, 2013 to 2015

Programme Director, 2013 to 2015

  • Bachelor of Accountancy with Honours

 

Achievements

Innovative Teaching Award, School of Accounting, Curtin Business School, Curtin University, (Use of technology to enhance the learning experience for postgraduate students).
2010

School of Accounting Research Excellence Award, Curtin Business School, Curtin University,
2006

Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence, Curtin University
2005

Best Honours Dissertation Award, Asian Review of Accounting, School of Accounting, Curtin Business School, Curtin Univeristy
2000

Evaluate Teaching Awards, School of Accounting, Curtin Business School, Curtin University
2005-2011

 

Current Research, Funded Research and Publications

Publications

  • Ng, J., G. P. White, A. Lee, and A. Moneta. 2009. “Design and validation of a novel new instrument for measuring the effect of moral intensity on accountants' propensity to manage earnings.” Journal of Business Ethics (84) (3): 367-387 (3)
  • Lee, A., K. Ke, J. Ng, K. Tian, G. P. White, and L. Walters. 2006. “Accounting public practice and employee job satisfaction today: professional values, organisational commitment and employee intention to turnover accounting firms.” The Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government (12) (1): 11-27 (1)
  • Taylor, D.W. and Ng, J. “Satisfaction and Loyalty of Tax Clients of Small-to-Medium CPA Firms: An Exploration of the Determinants.” Asia Pacific Journal of Taxation (5) (3): 146-152

 

Conference Participation

  • Ng, J., G. P. White, A. Lee, and A. Moneta. “Measuring the impact of moral intensity on propensity to manage earnings: the development and validation of an instrument” Paper presented at the 29th European Accounting Association Annual Congress March 2006 in Dublin, Ireland.
  • Ng, J. and A. Lee. “Moral Intensity and Intention to Manage Earnings: The Hotel Accountants’ Perspective” Paper presented at the 21st European Business Ethics Network Annual Conference September 2008 in Antalya, Turkey.