Researcher biography

Dr Truc (Peter) Do joined UQ Business School in 2018, after having graduated from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. His main research interests lie in financial accounting, where he has two main streams of research that he regularly works on. His first stream of research looks at peer interaction and its impact on economic outcomes, and his second stream of research looks at the effects of personal characteristics, such as culture and ethics, on accounting. He has published in Journal of Accounting and Economics and Contemporary Accounting Research. He has also been regularly invited to serve as referees for Accounting, Organizations and Society, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Australian Accounting Review (on behalf of CPA Australia), Accounting & Research Journal, Managerial Finance, Pacific Accounting Review (where he was recognised with Outstanding Reviewer Award). His research works have also been featured at many conferences around the world, including MIT Accounting Conference in Asia, Japanese Accounting Review Conference, Financial Research Network (FIRN) Conference, Vietnam International Conference in Finance, The Chinese Accounting Professors' Association of North America (CAPANA) Conference, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) Conference, and Financial Research Network (FIRN) Conference. His research has also received media mention in the FinReg Blog (run by Duke University). He has been awarded two research grants by AFAANZ (Developing Researcher Grant) and CPA (Global Perspectives Research Programme). He is also the winner of the AFAANZ section of the InSPiR2eS Global Pitching Research Competition (IGPRC) (2021). He currently teaches Financial Accounting at the Masters' level. He is a Chartered Accountant (CA) of Singapore.