Greg Pazmandy has been involved in accounting education at the tertiary level for over thirty years and has developed and presented undergraduate, postgraduate and executive programs in Australia and internationally. Previously he worked in the accounting profession with a chartered firm. He also works in the profession providing accounting solutions that support the development of efficient business practices for small to medium sized businesses.
Greg lectures in the area of business analysis and computer based accounting. His research interests include corporate governance capital markets and the application of information technology for the development of efficiencies in business processes using accounting information.
Member: Charterd Accountants Australia & New Zealand (CA ANZ)
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Corporate Governance, Capital Markets, and Accounting Information Systems.
Business analysis; computer accounting; management accounting.
Pazmandy, G 2019, Computerised Accounting using MYOB 2018.3, 10th Edition, Tekniks Publications Pty Limited, Rose Bay NSW.
Pazmandy, G 2019, Conduct Business Activities Using a Computerised Accounting System, 2nd edition, Learn Now Publications Pty Limited, Strawberry Hills NSW.
Pazmandy, G & Collins, A 2019, Establish and Maintain Payroll Systems, 10th Edition.
Collins, A & Pazmandy, G 2018, Payroll Accounting Including Using MYOB Payroll.
Pazmandy, G 2018, Computerised Accounting Using MYOB AccountingRight 2017.2.
Pazmandy, G 2018, Conduct Business Activities using a Computerised Accounting System, 1st Edition, Learn Now Publications Pty Ltd, Strawberry Hills NSW.
Pazmandy, G 2018, MYOB V19.12 AccountRight Plus A Practical Guide to Computer Accounting.
Pazmandy, G, Fawcett, M & Martin, D 2018, Accounting Systems Design and Development, 3rd Edition, Better Teams Publications, Strawberry Hills NSW.
Pazmandy, G 2017, Computerised Accounting Using MYOB AccountRight 2016.2.
Pazmandy, G & Collins, A 2017, Payroll Accounting Including using MYOB Payroll9781925433739, 8, Better Team Publications, Strawberry Hills, NSW.
Pazmandy, G, Fawcett, M & Martin, D 2017, Accounting Systems Design and Development, 2nd Edition, Better Team Publications, Strawberry Hills NSW.
Pazmandy, G & Collins, A 2016, Payroll Accounting, 7, Learnnow Publications, Sydney, Australia.
Accounting for Payroll manual and computerised procedures with updated tax files.
Pazmandy, GP 2016, Develop and Use Complex Spreadsheets, Tekniks Publications Pty Limited, Sydney, Australia.
Developing quantitative decision models using Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet productivity software.
Pazmandy, G 2015, Computerised Accounting Using MYOB v19.10 (6th edition), Tekniks Publications Pty Limited, Sydney, Australia.
Practical text detailing the use of MYOB computer accounting program for recording business operations.
Collins, A & Pazmandy, G 2014, Payroll Accounting Including Using MYOB Payroll.
Pazmandy, G 2014, MYOB V19.8 AccountRight Plus A Practical Guide to Computer Accounting.
Collins, A & Pazmandy, G 2013, Payroll Accounting.
Pazmandy, G 2013, Business Computing Using Microsoft® Office 2013.
Pazmandy, G 2013, Computerised Accounting Using MYOB V19.6.
Pazmandy, GP 2013, Develop and Use Complex Spreadsheets (2nd Edition), Tekniks Publications Pty Limited, Sydney, Australia.
Pazmandy, GP & Collins, A 2013, Payroll Accounting, Better Teams Publications, Sydney, Australia.
A detailed guide to payroll operations in Australia including taxation.
Pazmandy, GP 2010, Business Computing Using Microsoft Office, 1, Tekniks Publications Pty Limited, Sydney, Australia.
Pazmandy, G 2008, Advanced business computing - using Microsoft Office 2007, Tekniks Publications, Vaucluse, NSW.
Pazmandy, G 2008, MYOB version 17 - a practical guide to computer accounting, Tekniks Publications, Vaucluse, NSW.
Pazmandy, G 2008, MYOB Version 17 A Practical Guide to Computer Accounting.
This book details in a practical way the use of the MYOB program to perform the bookkeeping and accounting functions of the firm.
Pazmandy, G 2008, Use technology in the workplace and create simple spreadsheets, Tekniks Publications, Vaucluse, NSW.
Pazmandy, G 2006, Applied business computing using Microsoft applications, Tekniks Publications, Vaucluse, NSW.
Pazmandy, G 2006, MYOB Version 15 A Practical Guide to Computer Accounting.
Pazmandy, G 2005, Business Modelling, 5, Tekniks Publications, Vaucluse, NSW.
Pazmandy, GP, Kay, J & Thong, HY 2004, Commercial Computing - Microsoft Office 2002, ABC Publisher, Sydney, Australia.
Business Computing productivity tools
Bainton, B, Kay, J & Pazmandy, G 2001, Commercial computing - using Microsoft Office, 3, ABC Publisher, Sydney, NSW.
Bainton, B 1999, Commercial Computing Using Microsoft Office.
Pazmandy, G 1999, Business Modelling.
Bainton, B & Pazmandy, G 1998, Commercial Computing Using Microsoft Office, Tekniks Publications Pty Limited, Sydney NSW.
Pazmandy, G, Bainton, B, Kay, J & Moysa, L 1996, Attaché5 & M.Y.O.B. Accounting Software Illustrated, Kensington, NSW Australia.
Caddy, I, Kay, J & Pazmandy, G 1994, Practical Compter Accounting Concepts and Applications.
Apoifis, C, Pazmandy, G, Moysa, L, Caddy, I & Kay, J 1993, Attaché Five Computer Based Accounting.
Text illustrating detailed procedures of computer applications to accounting problems commonly encountered in business.
Mojsza, L 1991, Practical Business Computing (Using Microcomputer Applications) Incorporating: MS-DOS, Lotus 1-2-3, MicroSQL, Microsoft Word, SAS System.
Introductory/intermediate textbook for tertiary students undertaking a business course in computer software applications.
Caddy, I & Pazmandy, G 1988, Advanced Computer Applications.
Pazmandy, G & Caddy, I 1988, Applied Computer Concepts.
Pazmandy, G, Bugeja, M & Matolcsy, Z 2020, 'Is there an association between Vice-Chancellors' Compensation and external performance measures?', Accounting and Finance.View/Download from: Publisher's site
We provide evidence on the pay for performance relation between the compensation of Australian university Vice Chancellors (VCs) and the measures of university performance provided by external ranking bodies. Our results show limited association between university rankings and VCs' compensation, but confirm that VCs' compensation is predominantly driven by size measures based on the different components of revenue. Further, we find only a few universities offer performance-based bonus payments. Our results are robust with respect to a number of sensitivity tests.
Matolcsy, ZP & Pazmandy, G 1995, 'Predicting half-yearly accounting income numbers with statistical models', Australian Accounting Review, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 56-63.
Prediction of half-yearly accounting income numbers has an important role in investment analysis, credit ratings, budgeting, auditing and other areas of the accounting and finance profession. This study provides the Australian evidence on two issues: the statistical relationship between half-yearly accounting income numbers such as earnings per share, net profit and sales; and the ability of statistical models to predict these numbers. The study finds that the best way to predict the next period's half-yearly accounting income numbers is to use the immediately preceding half-yearly income number, and for inflation-adjusted sales the corresponding previous half-yearly figures, or to use a statistical model based on the immediately preceding half-yearly figure adjusted by a statistically based "smoothing constant".
Bugeja, M, Govendir, B, Matolcsy, Z & Pazmandy, G 2018, 'Is there an association between Vice Chancellors' compensation and University performance', European Accounting Associatoion (EAA) 41st Annual Congress, Milan, Italy.
Pazmandy, G, Bugeja, M & Matolcsy, Z 2018, 'Is there a governance failure in corporatised Australian Government Business Enterprises? Evidence from their Chief Executive Officers' compensation.', Australia.
Over the last three decades, governments have commercialised and corporatised many of their government business enterprises (GBEs) without privatising them under New Public Management (NPM) policy, which requires them to act as a corporate sector entity. These GBEs have independent boards that are responsible for the corporate governance of these entities, including the hiring of chief executive officers (CEOs) and determining their compensation. We examine the association between pay and performance for CEOs of GBEs and find that the levels and changes in CEO compensation are not associated with GBE performance despite being the explicit intent of NPM and regulatory policy. We suggest that this corporate governance failure could be due to the composition of the GBE boards. Our evidence shows that only 11.29% of directors appointed have public listed company experience with the balance of director appointments, being either senior public servants or political appointments who may lack the motivation or have any incentive to closely monitor CEO compensation. Accordingly, we suggest some possible policy changes to both the determination of CEO compensation and the composition of GBE boards.
Pazmandy, GP, Bugeja, M & Matolcsy, Z 2018, 'Is there a governance failure in Australian government business enterprises? Evidence from their CEO compensation', European Accounting Association EAA 2018, Milan, Italy.
Bugeja, M, Govendir, B, Matolcsy, Z & Pazmandy, GP 2016, 'Is There an Association between Vice Chancellors' (University Presidents') Compensation and University Rankings in Australia?', AAA - Annual Meeting and Conference, American Accounting Association, New York.