Prof Toni Brackin


NameProf Toni Brackin
Email Addresstoni.brackin@unisq.edu.au
Job TitleProfessor (Accounting)
QualificationsBCom USQ, BEd QUT, MTax UNSW, PhD Griffith
DepartmentSchool of Business
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BCom
USQ
1999
BEd
QUT
2004
MTax
UNSW
2003
PhD
Griffith
2014

Current Supervisions

Research TitleSupervisor TypeLevel of StudyCommenced
The Financial Consequences and Impact on Taxation to the HECS-HELP Loan RecipientsAssociate SupervisorDoctoral2021

Tax literacy of Australian small businesses

Freudenberg, Brett, Chardon, Toni, Brimble, Mark and Belle Isle, Melissa. 2017. "Tax literacy of Australian small businesses." Journal of Australian Taxation. 18 (2), pp. 21-61.

Overconfidence in financial literacy: implications for planners

de Zwaan, Laura, Lee, Chrisann, Liu, Yulin and Chardon, Toni. 2017. "Overconfidence in financial literacy: implications for planners." Financial Planning Research Journal. 3 (2), pp. 31-46.

Tax and superannuation literacy: Australian and New Zealand perspectives [Part 2]

Chardon, Toni, Brimble, Mark and Freudenberg, Brett. 2017. "Tax and superannuation literacy: Australian and New Zealand perspectives [Part 2]." Taxation Today.

Tax and superannuation literacy: Australian and New Zealand perspectives [Part 1]

Chardon, Toni, Brimble, Mark and Freudenberg, Brett. 2017. "Tax and superannuation literacy: Australian and New Zealand perspectives [Part 1]." Taxation Today.

University students and tax literacy: opportunities and lessons for tax teaching

Chardon, Toni, Lee, Chrisann, de Zwaan, Laura and Liu, Yulin. 2016. "University students and tax literacy: opportunities and lessons for tax teaching." Journal of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association. 11 (1), pp. 85-102.

Are Australians under or over confident when it comes to tax literacy, and why does it matter?

Chardon, Toni, Freudenberg, Brett and Brimble, Mark. 2016. "Are Australians under or over confident when it comes to tax literacy, and why does it matter?" eJournal of Tax Research. 14 (3), pp. 650-682.

Tax and superannuation literacy: Australian and New Zealand perspectives

Chardon, Toni, Brimble, Mark and Freudenberg, Brett. 2016. "Tax and superannuation literacy: Australian and New Zealand perspectives." New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy. 22, pp. 327-345.

Tax literacy in Australia: not knowing your deduction from your offset

Chardon, Toni, Freudenberg, Brett and Brimble, Mark. 2016. "Tax literacy in Australia: not knowing your deduction from your offset." Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform. 31 (2), pp. 321-362.

Broadening generic skills development: improving financial literacy of university students

Palm, Chrisann, de Zwaan, Laura and Chardon, Toni. 2015. "Broadening generic skills development: improving financial literacy of university students." RMIT Accounting Educators’ Conference 2015: Responding to Challenges: The Future of Accounting Education. Melbourne, Australia 23 Nov 2015 Australia.

Taxation and superannuation literacy in Australia: what do people know (or think they know)?

Chardon, Toni. 2014. "Taxation and superannuation literacy in Australia: what do people know (or think they know)?" JASSA. 2014 (1), pp. 42-48.

Legal educators' perceptions of lifelong learning: conceptualisation and practice

Hammer, Sara Jeanne, Chardon, Toni, Collins, Pauline and Hart, Caroline. 2012. "Legal educators' perceptions of lifelong learning: conceptualisation and practice." International Journal of Lifelong Education. 31 (2), pp. 187-201. https://doi.org/10.1080/02601370.2012.663803

Criterion referenced assessment as a form of feedback: student and staff perceptions in the initial stages of a new law degree

Chardon, Toni, Collins, Pauline, Hammer, Sara and Hart, Caroline. 2011. "Criterion referenced assessment as a form of feedback: student and staff perceptions in the initial stages of a new law degree." International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning. 6 (3), pp. 232-242. https://doi.org/10.5172/ijpl.2011.6.3.232

The real deal: using authentic assessment to promote student engagement in the first and second years of a regional law program

Hart, Caroline, Hammer, Sara, Collins, Pauline and Chardon, Toni. 2011. "The real deal: using authentic assessment to promote student engagement in the first and second years of a regional law program." Legal Education Review. 21 (1), pp. 97-121.

Weathering the storm: tax as a component of financial capability

Chardon, Toni. 2011. "Weathering the storm: tax as a component of financial capability ." Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal. 5 (2), pp. 53-68.

Academics and assessment: the forgotten meat in the sandwich in the current higher education environment?

Collins, Pauline, Brackin, Toni and Hart, Caroline Lydia. 2010. "Academics and assessment: the forgotten meat in the sandwich in the current higher education environment?" Harris, Bruce (ed.) 65th Conference of the Australasian Law Teachers' Association (ALTA 2010): Power, Regulation and Responsibility: Lawyers in Times of Transition. Auckland, New Zealand 04 - 07 Jul 2010 Sydney, Australia.

Rocky rhetoric and hard reality: the academic's dilemma surrounding assessment

Collins, Pauline, Brackin, Toni and Hart, Caroline. 2010. "Rocky rhetoric and hard reality: the academic's dilemma surrounding assessment." Legal Education Review. 20 (1-2), pp. 129-164.

Overcoming tax complexity through tax literacy – an analysis of financial literary research in the context of the taxation system

Brackin, Toni. 2007. "Overcoming tax complexity through tax literacy – an analysis of financial literary research in the context of the taxation system." 2007 Australasian Taxation Teachers Association Conference. Brisbane, Australia 22 - 24 Jan 2007

Tax havens and the Australian tax system - are we 'match fit'?

Brackin, Toni. 2006. "Tax havens and the Australian tax system - are we 'match fit'?" 2006 Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference. Melbourne, Australia 30 Jan - 01 Feb 2006 Melbourne, Australia.