Ms Janice Loftus

Ms Janice Loftus
 Position Associate Professor
 Org Unit Business School Office
 Telephone +61 8 8313 1024
 Location Floor/Room 13 ,  Nexus 10 Tower ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    Janice Loftus MCom(Hons) FCPA is an Associate Professor in the School of Business at the University of Adelaide. She has held prior appointments at the University of Sydney, University of New South Wales and University of Western Sydney.

  • Qualifications

    BBus (NSWIT), MCom(Hons) (UNSW), FCPA

  • Publications

    He, C. and J. Loftus, (2014), 'Does Environmental Reporting Reflect Environmental Performance?: Evidence from China', Pacific Accounting Review, Vol. 26: 1/2, pp. 134-154.

    Loftus, J.A, and J.A. Purcell, (2008), ‘Post Asian Financial Crisis Reforms: An Emerging New Embedded-Relational Governance Model’, Accounting, Business and Financial History, vol.18:3, pp. 35-55.

    Jones, S., S. van der Laan, G. Frost and J. Loftus, (2008), ‘The Investment Performance of Socially Responsible Investment Funds in Australia', Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 80:2, pp. 181-203.

    Purcell, J.A. and J.A. Loftus, (2007), ‘Corporate Social Responsibility: Expanding Directors' Duties or Enhancing Corporate Disclosure’, Australian Journal of Corporate Law, vol. 21, pp. 135-60.

    Jones S., G. Frost, J. Loftus and S. Van Der Laan, (2007), ‘An Empirical Examination of the Market Returns and Financial Performance of Entities Engaged in Sustainability Reporting’ Australian Accounting Review, vol. 17:1, pp. 78-87.

    Loftus, J.A. and J.A. Purcell, (2006) ‘Product Life Cycle Analysis in the Airline Industry’, Journal of the Asia Pacific Centre for Environmental Accountability, vol. 12:3, pp. 11-18.

    Frost, G., S. Jones, J. Loftus and S. Van der Laan, (2005), ‘A Survey of Sustainability Reporting Practices of Australian Reporting Entities’, Australian Accounting Review, vol. 15:1, pp. 89-96.

    Loftus, J.A., (2003), ‘The Conceptual Framework and Accounting Standards: The Persistence of Discrepancies’, Abacus, vol. 39:3, pp. 298-309.

    Carlon, S., J.A. Loftus and M.C. Miller, (2003), 'The Challenge of Risk Reproting: Regulatory and Corporate Responses', Australian Accounting Review, vol. 13:3, pp. 36-51.

    Miller, M.C. and J.A. Loftus (2000), 'Measurement Entering the 21st Century: A Clear or Blocked Road Ahead?' Australian Accounting Review, vol. 10:2, pp. 4-18.

    Loftus, J.A. and M.C. Miller, (2000), ‘International Developments on Reporting Going Concern Uncertainties and Financial Vulnerability: Has the Accounting Expectations Gap Been Reduced?’, Advances in International Accounting vol.13, pp. 23-57.

    J.A. Loftus and S. Sin, (1997), ‘The Role of Current and Non-Current Accruals in the Relation between Stock Returns and Earnings’, Accounting and Finance, vol. 37: 2, pp. 147-61.

    Chia, Y.K., R. Czernkowski and J.A. Loftus, (1997), ‘The Association of Aggregate and Disaggregated Earnings with Annual Stock Returns’, Accounting and Finance, vol. 37:1, pp. 111-128.

    Loftus, J.A. and M.C. Miller, (1996), ‘Solvency Assessment and Financial Reporting’, Accounting Forum, vol. 20:2, pp. 97-132.

    Aitken, M.J. and J.A. Loftus, (1994), ‘Determinants of Accounting Policy Choice in the Australian Property Industry’, Accounting and Finance, vol. 34:2, pp. 1-20.

    Miller, M.C. and J.A. Loftus, (1993), ‘SAC 4 and the Challenge to the Mandatory Status of Concepts Statements’, Australian Accounting Review, vol. 5:3, pp. 2-10.


    Loftus, J.A., K. Leo, R. Picker, V. Wise and K. Clark, (2013), 3rd Ed., John Wiley & Sons Australia.

    Picker, R., K. Leo, J. Loftus, Wise, K. Clark, and K. Alfredson, (2013), Applying International Financial Reporting Standards, 3rd Ed., John Wiley & Sons Australia.


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