Dr Liezel Alsemgeest
Position
Senior Lecturer
Department
School for Financial Planning Law
Address
152 18
FINANSIELE BEPLANNINGSREG
RA 613
Telephone
051 4017614
Office
School Of Financial Planning Law Building 18
Information

Short CV

Liezel completed her PhD thesis titled: The drivers of customer perception and sustainable profitability of an agricultural business in South Africa in 2011. She is a senior lecturer for School of Financial Planning Law, as well as a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®). Her research mainly focuses on personal financial management and behavioural finances.

Publications

Publication list:

 

KOTZE, L. & SMIT, A.v.A. 2008. Personal finances: What is the possible impact on entrepreneurial activity in South Africa? The Southern African Business Review. Vol. 12(3), December 2008 (DHET-accredited journal).
 
KOTZE, L. & SMIT, A.v.A. 2008. Personal financial literacy and personal debt management: the potential relationship with new venture creation. Southern African Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. Pretoria. Vol 1, Iss.1; p.35-50 (DHETaccredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. & SMIT, A.v.A. 2012. Customer satisfaction of agricultural business units: The case of a major South African agricultural business. Agrekon. Vol. 51(1), March 2012 (ISIaccredited journal).
 
ALEMGEEST, L. & SMIT, A.v.A. 2013. The Contribution of Business Units to Overall Company Customer Satisfaction and Profitability. The Journal of Applied Business Research. Vol. 29(4):1093 – 1102 (IBSS-accredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. & SMIT, A.v.A. 2013. Wearing Two Hats: The Conflict Between Being an Agricultural Business Customer and Shareholder. Journal of Co-operative studies. Vol. 45(3):5 – 16 (IBSS-accredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. 2014. Satisfaction towards Management as a Means to Influence Customer Satisfaction – The Case of a South African Farmer-Controlled Business. Journal of Co-operative Studies. Vol. 37(3):34 – 44 (IBSS-accredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. 2015. Family communication about money: Why the taboo? Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. 9(16):516 – 523 (Peer-reviewed article – non-accredited).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. 2015. Arguments for and against financial literacy: Where to go from here? International Journal of Consumer Studies. Vol. 39(2):155 – 161 (ISI-accredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. & GROBBELAAR, C. 2015. Spouses’ Views of Gender Roles: Financial Management in Marriage. Journal of Economic and Financial Services. Vol. 8(3) (DHETaccredited journal).
 
GROBBELAAR, C. & ALSEMGEEST, L. 2016. The relationship between spousal communication and financial arguments and stress between young married couples. Journal of Social Sciences. 46(3):271-281 (IBSS-accredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. 2016. Talking about money is taboo: Perceptions of financial planning students and implications for the financial planning industry. Industry and Higher Education. 30(6):394-401 (IBSS-accredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L., SCHOEMAN, K. & SWART, T. 2016. Imminent retirement: Pastors’ experience of their congregation, personal well-being and finances. Stellenbosch Theological Journal. 2(2):93-110 (DHET-accredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. 2018. Living in the rectory: The influence of church-provided housing on the retirement prospects of the Dutch Reformed Church minister. Litnet Akademies (Godsdienswetenskappe). 15(2) (DHET-accredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. 2018. The retirement crisis of South African Dutch Reformed ministers: An empirical study. HTS Theological Studies. 74(2):1-8 (ISI-accredited journal).
 
ALSEMGEEST, L. 2019. The Relationship between Job Satisfaction, Financial Stress and Sufficient Retirement Savings of Near-Retirement Pastors in Southern Africa. Review of Religious Research. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13644-019-00366-1 (ISI-accredited journal).

Publications (Short List)

  2010, 2014 and 2019. Three chapters in Corporate Finances: A South African Perspective. Oxford University Press  Ed. Els, G. (First, Second and Third Edition)

  • o Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Management
  • o Chapter 8: Bond valuation and interest rates
  • o Chapter 13: Distribution Policy 

2011 and 2017. One chapter in Introduction to Business Management: Fresh Perspectives. Pearson Ed. Botha, S. (First and Second Edition)

  • o Chapter 14: Financial Management

2013 and 2020. Two chapters in Macroeconomics: Global and South African Perspectives. Pearson Ed. Blanchard, J. (First and Second Edition)

  • o Chapter 15: Expectations, Consumption and Investment
  • o Chapter 16: Expectations, Output and Policy

 

 

Research


Area(s) of Interest

Personal financial managent, behavioural finance, small business management, corporate finance.

Courses Presented

LFPL 4824: Financial Planning Law

 

Community Service


Service Learning


Back

FACULTY CONTACT

T: +27 51 401 2451
F: + 27 51 401 3043

E: law@ufs.ac.za

Equitas Building
UFS Bloemfontein Campus

Law photo for next to contact block

We use cookies to make interactions with our websites and services easy and meaningful, to better understand how they are used and to tailor advertising. You can read more and make your cookie choices here. By continuing to use this site you are giving us your consent to do this.

Accept