Nick Sciulli is a lecturer with the Victoria University Business School. He has held a number of senior academic positions and strives to achieve a balance between academic pursuits with leadership in management. Ass. Prof. Sciulli has led numerous research units at Victoria University as well as leadership roles such as Acting Head of School, Discipline Leader and co-ordinator of international partnerships in Malaysia and China. A central theme of Ass. Prof. Sciulli’s current research is the potential for accounting information to inform decision making within the context of climate change. Ass. Prof. Sciulli’s published research papers have appeared in several high quality refereed international journals such as Financial Accountability and Management, Business Strategy and the Environment and Public Management Review.
Ass. Prof. Sciulli values international collaborations to inform his research and is currently collaborating with the University of Pisa (Italy) and Metropolitan State University (Denver, USA) investigating sustainability accounting and the role of accounting following extreme weather events. He has presented his research findings at many conferences both in Australia and internationally.
Postgraduate research students & fellows
2 PhD candidates
2 PhD candidates
Refereed journal articles
Siddique, S and Sciulli, N. (2018) Sustainable development of small companies: Investors’ perspectives. Business Strategy and the Environment. (forthcoming).
Sciulli, N. (2018) Weathering the storm. Accountability implications for flood relief and recovery from a local government perspective. Financial Accountability & Management. 34 (1), 30-44.
Sciulli, N. (2017) Making a Splash: Local Council Accountability Implications for a Proposed Aquatic and Health Centre. Pacific Accounting Review. 29 (4), 534-550.
Pandula, G and Sciulli, N. (2017) Sustainability Reporting by Australian Universities. Australian Journal of Public Administration. 76 (2), 187-203.
Greco, G., Sciulli, N and D’Onza, G. (2015) The Influence of Stakeholder Engagement on Sustainability Reporting – Evidence From Italian Local Councils. Public Management Review. 17 (4), 465-488.
Adhariani, D., Sciulli, N. and Clift, B. (2017) Financial Management and Corporate Governance from the Feminist Ethics of Care Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, Springer International Publishing
Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia in 2017, totalling $1500
Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia in 2018, totalling $2000
Internal funding grants (Central Research Grant Scheme) from Victoria University in 2014, totalling $9438
Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand (CA)
Areas of expertise
- financial accounting
- Sustainability accounting and reporting
- Public sector accounting