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  • The University of Western Australia (M251), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Biography

Professor Jac Birt joined the UWA Business School in January 2018. Previously she was employed at the UQ Business School, Monash Business School, the ANU and the University of Melbourne.  She is a Professor of Accounting and also the Head of Department - Accounting and Finance for the UWA Business School.

Jac is a member of several external boards including AFAANZ, the IAESB Consultative Advisory Group and BEWA (Business Educators Western Australia). She is a Deputy Editor at the Accounting & Finance Journal and an Associate Editor at the Accounting Research Journal. 

Jac's research is predominantly in international accounting and accounting education. In international accounting she has published in areas such as segment reporting, voluntary disclosures and value relevance. In accounting education she has published in areas such as XBRL, ICT use in accounting, international student learning and blended learning. She has published over 20 refereed journal articles including Abacus, Journal of Business Ethics, Sport Management Review, Australian Journal of Management, Accounting and Finance, Accounting Research Journal, Australian Journal of Adult Learning, Australian Accounting Review, Accounting in Europe, International Journal of Pedagogy and Curriculum and Accounting Education. She is currently working on projects including accreditation issues, team-based learning, internet reporting, pension plans, accounting regulation and insurance contracts. 

Jac is also the main author on the leading Wiley Australian accounting textbook - "Accounting: Business Reporting for Decision Making" 6th edition.

Jacqueline is currently supervising PhD students in the following areas:

* Value relevance of management earnings forecasts

* The changing landscape of management earnings forecasts: The determinants and implications of the increase in range forecasts

Economic growth implications for environmental quality indicators: A review and empirical analyses for dynamic endogenous Environmental Kuznets Curve

* Demystifying the process of accounting for groups:Utilising Adaptive Learning Technologies

Education/Academic qualification

Commerce, PhD, Australian National University

Education, Bachelor of Education, Melbourne College of Advanced Education

Business, Master of Business, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University

Accounting, Bachelor of Business , Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University

External positions

Committee member, Business Educators Western Australia (BEWA)

1 Apr 2018 → …

Board member of AFAANZ

Board member of IAESB

Keywords

  • Financial accounting
  • Accounting Education

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Research Output 2018 2018

Open Access
Information systems
Industry
Rationality
Business reporting
Productivity

Projects 2018 2020