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Key publications
Research funding
Supervising & teaching
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Key details

Areas of expertise

  • Corporate governance
  • Economic development
  • Tourism economics
  • Business education

Available to supervise research students

Available for media queries

About Riccardo Natoli

Dr Riccardo Natoli is a Senior Lecturer in the Applied Economics and Finance Discipline. He is the author of over 60 publications including journal articles, research books and conference papers. Dr Natoli’s publications have appeared in top tier journals as ranked by Scimago and ABDC. He has received competitive research grants totalling $350K of which $130K has been received externally (e.g. AFAANZ, CPA Australia, Infotecture and CAANZ).

As a senior academic in the College of Business, Riccardo’s research focuses on the following areas:

  • corporate governance
  • economic development at the regional, national and international level;
  • tourism economics
  • business education.

Riccardo is on the editorial boards of two ABDC A-rank journals.

He has also taught postgraduate and undergraduate units in business research, finance, risk management, statistics and quantitative analysis at Victoria University and is currently involved in supervising postgraduate PhD and DBA students. Riccardo also coordinates the Victoria University Undergraduate Unit : BEO2000 Financial Institutions and Monetary Theory.

Qualifications

  • PhD, Victoria University, Australia, 2008
  • Bachelor of Business (Economics) (First Class Hons.), Victoria University, 2000
  • Bachelor of Arts, La Trobe University, Australia, 1994
  • Grad. Cert. in Tertiary Education, Victoria University, 2018

Key publications

Year Citation
2018 Natoli, R. (180101). Factors contributing to financial literacy levels among a migrant group: An analysis of the Vietnamese cohort. International Journal of Social Economics, 45(5), (729-744).

doi: 10.1108/IJSE-11-2016-0341

2016 Natoli, R., & Zuhair, S. (160208). A sensitivity analysis of the RIE index as a supplementary tool for national policy making. International Journal of Social Economics, 43(2), (161-189).

doi: 10.1108/IJSE-05-2014-0107

2015 Jackling, B., & Natoli, R. (150101). Employability skills of international accounting graduates: Internship providers perspectives. Education and Training, 57(7), (757-773).

doi: 10.1108/ET-08-2014-0093

2013 Jackling, B., de, Lange., & Natoli, R. (130501). Transitioning to IFRS in Australian classrooms: Impact on teaching approaches. Issues in Accounting Education, 28(2), (263-275).

doi: 10.2308/iace-50358

2013 Natoli, R., & Zuhair, S. (130101). The Resource-Infrastructure-Environment Index for Measuring Progress: An Application to Australia, Mexico and the US. Social Indicators Research, 110(1), (31-54).

doi: 10.1007/s11205-011-9914-6

2012 Zuhair, S., & Natoli, R. (120101). Human capital: The history, measurement and impact on nations from an economic perspective. International Journal of Value Chain Management, 6(1), (61-77).

doi: 10.1504/IJVCM.2012.045158

2011 Natoli, R., & Zuhair, S. (110901). Rediscovering the Condorcet Approach as an Aggregation Technique for Progress Measures. Economic Papers: A journal of applied economics and policy, 30(3), (368-376).

doi: 10.1111/j.1759-3441.2011.00119.x

2011 Natoli, R., & Zuhair, S. (110801). Measuring Progress: A Comparison of the GDP, HDI, GS and the RIE. Social Indicators Research, 103(1), (33-56).

doi: 10.1007/s11205-010-9695-3

2011 Natoli, R. (110101). Conceptualisation in economics: How it has come to shape the main progress measures. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 23(1), (21-36).
2009 Natoli, R., & Zuhair, S. (090101). Tracing the evolution of wealth measurement approaches: Illustrating the nature of knowledge production. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 21(4), (379-406).

doi: 10.1177/02601079X09002100402

Research funding for the past 5 years

Please note:

  • Funding is ordered by the year the project commenced and may continue over several years.
  • Funding amounts for contact research are not disclosed to maintain commercial confidentiality.
  • The order of investigators is not indicative of the role they played in the research project.

Developing a Sustainable Value Chain Framework for International Students Studying in Australia
From: Infotecture Development
Investigators: Dr Xiaocui Lou
For period: 2017-2018
$30,000

Acquiring global employability skills: Implications for the accounting academy in Australia and New Zealand.
From: Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ)
Investigators: Prof Beverley Jackling
For period: 2015-2017
$17,490

Supervision of research students at VU

Available to supervise research students

Available for media queries

Currently supervised research students at VU

No. of students Study level Role
5 PhD Associate supervisor
3 PhD Principal supervisor
1 Postdoctorate Associate supervisor

Currently supervised research students at VU

Students & level Role
PhD (5) Associate supervisor
PhD (3) Principal supervisor
Postdoctorate (1) Associate supervisor

Completed supervision of research students at VU

No. of students Study level Role
2 PhD Associate supervisor
4 PhD Principal supervisor

Completed supervision of research students at VU

Students & level Role
PhD (2) Associate supervisor
PhD (4) Principal supervisor

Teaching activities & experience

Coordination undergraduate unit: BEO2000 Financial Institutions and Monetary Theory.

 

Key academic roles

Dates Role Department / Organisation
Jan 2014 - Sep 2019
Senior Lecturer - Finance
Victoria University
Dates Role & Department/Organisation
Jan 2014 -
Sep 2019
Senior Lecturer - Finance
Victoria University

Professional memberships

  • Professional member, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand