Philip Mann has used his analytical skills in a variety of ways over the years. Some of his papers include:

On Genealogy:

“From Prussia and Bohemia to South Australia – Why, When, How?”, “The South Australian Genealogist”, Volume 47 No 2 – May 2020, pages 34-38.

“My Prussian peasant pedigree”. Presentation to the Germanic Group, Genealogy SA, 10 June 2020.

On business valuations

“What I have learnt of business valuation over the years”, Presentation to Management Accounting Discussion GROUP OF CPA AUSTRALIA LTD (SA DIVISION) on Wednesday 17 March 2021

“Why Rules of Thumb should not be followed”, published on LinkedIn, 23 January 2018.

“Changes I have seen”, circulated for Dale Wood Business Sales Consultancy, 8 November 2016.

“Court clarifies views on valuation of goodwill and synergies”, published on LinkedIn, 24 September 2015.

“Independence and Business Valuations”, discussion with CPA Australia SA Public Practice Discussion Group, 17 June 2015.

“IGT report on valuations released”, published on LinkedIn, 28 January 2015.

“Issues facing the valuation profession” as part of a panel to the ICAA National Business Valuation and Forensic Accounting Conference in Melbourne, September 2009.

On the Australian wine industry:

“Effects of a tax on wine” presented to the 1985 Annua1 Conference of the Australian Agricultural Economics Society in Armidale on 12 – 14 February 1985.

“Evaluation of Viticultural Statistics with the Aim of Improving Quality and Accuracy of Data Available to the Grape and Wine Industries” published in the “Australian & New Zealand Wine Industry Journal”, February 1994, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 67-70.

“Major Global Production and Consumption Areas for Methode Champenoise – A Statistical Review” published in Lee, T H, and D C Lester (eds.) (1986), “Production of Sparkling Wine by the Methode Champenoise, proceedings of a seminar held 14 November 1985, Canberra, ACT”, pp. 5-11.

On racehorses:

“Elvstroem – the first crop – some observations”, 17 April 2011.

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