Kellie completed her Bachelor Degree with first class Honours in 1993 and completed her Master of Accounting (Honours) in 2001. Keliie started in the School as a casual tutor in 1994 and now holds a position as Lecturer. She has teaching responsibilities at undergraduate level; specifically in first, second and third year financial accounting. Kellie's research interests include: financial accounting, institutional frameworks, critical modernist theories, accounting & globalisation; and accounting education. Kellie is currently enrolled in a PhD with the title "The Need for, and the Possibility of, a Liberal Accounting Education in Australian Universities". She has been keen to build a research profile and is currently working towards producing papers for conference and journal publications.
International Harmonisation of Accounting Standards and the Rhetoric of Globalisation, Faculty of Commerce - Papers (2005)
The International Harmonization of Accounting Standards: Making Progress in Accounting Practice or an Endless Struggle? (with Hemant N. Deo), Faculty of Commerce - Papers (2005)
The limited chances to be heard: an analysis of the institutionalisation of an official accounting language in the Australian accounting community, University of Wollongong Thesis Collection (2001)
Accounting education in the institution known as the university: alibis of social relevance, Proceedings of the APIRA 2007 Conference, Auckland, New Zealand (2007)
The purpose of this paper is to examine the changes, if any, that have taken...
"Fractured Tales for Teaching Accounting: A Journey Through Three Worlds?" (with Kathleen A. Cooper and Kathy M. Rudkin), Faculty of Commerce - Papers (2002)
This paper discusses the present educational trends in the Western World, and in particular Australia,...