Research interests include market efficiency within currency markets, optimal capital structure and hedging, central bank intervention in foreign exchange markets, fraud prediction, and issues relating to program design and teaching pedagogy.
Terry is the Director of MBA programs, Graduate School of Business and Law, and teaches Finance and Economics within the MBA and MBA Executive.
BA (Hons) GCHE (Monash) MPA (Carleton) PhD (Finance, QUT)
- Currency Exposure Management, for the Central Bank of Indonesia.
- Shares Portfolio Management Skills Training Workshop, for Fiji National Provident Fund.
- Applied Corporate Finance, for IIR Executive Development Pty Ltd.
- JPO, United Nations Development Program, Asia Pacific Directorate.
- Planning Manager, Global Treasury Policy Unit, ANZ Bank
- Ee, M.,Yeoh, W.,Boo, Y.,Boulter, T. (2016). Examining the effect of time constraint on the online mastery learning approach towards improving postgraduate students' achievement In: Studies in Higher Education, , 1 - 17
- Vo, M.,Cohen, M.,Boulter, T. (2015). Asymmetric risk and return: Evidence from the Australian Stock Exchange In: Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 35, 558 - 573
- Masawi, B.,Bhattacharya, S.,Boulter, T. (2014). The power of words: A content analytical approach examining whether central bank speeches become financial news In: Journal of Information Science, 40, 198 - 210
- Boulter, T.,Wongchan, V. (2013). Thai hedging practices post-Asian financial crisis In: Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, 16, 1 - 21
- Boulter, T.,Mukherjee, A.,Bhattacharya, S. (2013). Motivation for occupational fraud: An analysis of the 'fraud triangle' using economic logic In: The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Organizational Studies, 7, 47 - 57
- Boulter, T.,Sullivan, S. (2009). A model of exchange rate innovation that accounts for short and long term determinants In: Global Economy & Finance Journal, 2, 101 - 134
1 PhD Completions2 PhD Current Supervisions