HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

B Commerce (Hons), PhD

Discipline Head of Finance and Financial Planning, Griffith Business School

Director, Center for Financial Independence and Education

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Biography

Dr Mark Brimble is a Professor (Finance) in the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics in the Griffith Business School. He has a PhD on capital markets and has active research interests in financial markets, sustainable finance, personal finance and finance education, with publications in various national and international journals including Accounting and Finance, Corporate Governance: An International Perspective, Housing Theory and Society, Australian Tax Forum and Higher Education Research and Development.

Professor Brimble is a Commonwealth Office for Learning and Teaching National Fellow and is the recipient of numerous teaching and learning grants, citations and awards, including leading the team that won the 2010 Business and Higher Education Round Table award for the best higher education and training collaboration and achieved platinum in two categories in the 2017 Learn X Awards.  Mark was awarded Australian Teaching and Learning Council Citations in 2011 and 2016, and an Australian Award for Teaching Excellence in 2016.

Dr Brimble is a CPA, a Fellow of the Finsia, a member of the Financial Planning Association of Australia and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.  Mark was a foundation member of the Financial Planning Education Council and Chair from 2012-2017.  He was also the Founding Co-Chair of the Financial Planning Academics Forum and is the Co-Founding Editor of the Financial Planning Research Journal. Mark is also a Director of the Financial Adviser, Standards and Ethics Authority.

In his substantive role at Griffith University Mark is Head of the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Research expertise

  • Capital markets research
  • Value and risk relevance of accounting information
  • Finance education
  • Personal finance
  • Sustainability and the finance sector

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