Mr Graham Jones
Educated primarily in Africa, joined the School from consulting and full-time study after twenty years in the ministry and a number of years in human resources management with two international companies. Graham's community interests include encouraging wholistic development aid for the two-thirds world, particularly southern and central Africa, Indonesia and Bangladesh; developing employment opportunities for South Australian young people in South Australia; and encouraging senior executives to act ethically in all areas of their business ventures.
BAcc (Flinders), BA (University of South Africa), BTheol (University of South Africa), MCom (Flinders), LTh (Baptist Theolocial College of Southern Africa), FCPA, CA, JP
- BUSN2029  Accounting Theory in Practice
Research and supervision
- Corporate social investment in South Africa
- Accountability Theory as it relates to corporations in South Africa.
- Black economic empowerment.
- The influence of senior executives values on decisions regarding corporate philanthropy.
- The reporting practices of Australian corporations in the area of corporate philanthropy.
- Corporate social reporting.
- Effective means of motivating accounting students.
Refereed journal articles
Jones, G.R. (2007). Senior executives' personal values: the role personal values play in decisions regarding corporate philanthropy - a theoretical model. International Journal of Management and Decision Making,
8(2-3) pp. 343-355. [doi:10.1504/IJMDM.2007.012728
Refereed conference papers
Jones, G.R. (2001). Personal Values and Corporate Philanthropy - A Theoretical Model for the Role Senior Executives' values Play in Decisions Regarding Corporate Philanthropy. In Birch, D; Batten, J, ed. Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility in the New Millenium. Melbourne, VIC: Deakin University Press. Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility in the New Millenium. Deakin University, VIC. Nov 2001.
Tilt, C.A. and Jones, G.R. (2005). Corporate philanthropic reporting in Australia: some preliminary evidence. Social and Environmental Accounting Journal, 25(1) pp. 7-10.