Paul J. Brown

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Paul Brown joined the School of Accounting in 2005 and completed a PhD in 2009 on the topic ‘Group versus Individual Compensation Schemes for Senior Executives and Firm Performance’ under the supervision of Professors Zoltan Matolcsy and Peter Wells (link to Australian Digital Thesis Program record). Paul managed the "Who Governs Australia" database project for the UTS School of Accounting from 2005 to 2010. Prior to this, he served as a research assistant on various management accounting, financial accounting and Corporate Governance research projects for the Accounting Discipline Group. Paul has diverse business experience in a range of industries including retail, hospitality, house renovation and dental.

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25 Jun 2018

Covering roofs and walls of buildings with vegetation is a good way of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. And these green roofs and walls make cities look nicer. Toronto’s central business district adopted a policy of establishing green roofs on around half of all city buildings...

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