Lyndie Bayne

Lyndie Bayne

Dr, PhD (UWA), Masters (Accounting, by Research) (UCT), Honours (Economics, with Distinction) (UCT), B.Com (Accounting Conversion course) (UCT), PGDA (UCT), B.Econ.Sci (WITS)

  • The University of Western Australia (M250), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Biography

I am a qualified chartered accountant who is passionate about teaching and research. Currently, I lecture financial accounting at the UWA Business School, being the unit coordinator for the third level financial accounting unit (Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice) on undergraduate and postgraduate programs. My roles include being the B.Com (Accounting major) Program Coordinator and a member of the UWA Business School Education Committee. External roles include being the university representative on the SCSA Years 11-12 Accounting and Finance Curriculum Advisory Committee.  Prior to joining UWA in February 2015, I had the opportunity to engage in full-time PhD studies at the UWA Business School, having been awarded an Australian Postgraduate Award and UWA Top-up scholarship. Before UWA, I lectured at the University of Cape Town in management accounting (9 years) and was an auditor at KPMG Cape Town (3 years).

My academic background is diverse, with degrees in Accounting and Mathematical Statistics, Honours degree (first class) in Economics, research Master’s degree in Supply Chain Management and PhD in Accounting, which equips me for research and teaching. My research interests include corporate disclosures and performance indicators; in particular the interface between corporate reporting versus practice in the sustainability area. I have published in journals such as Accounting, Auditing and Accountability, Accounting & Finance, Accounting Research Journal and Industrial Marketing Management. 

Future research

Sustainability standards and reporting practice.

Interface between financial and non-financial reporting.

Funding overview

2018/19: Research grant from ANU for project titled: Supply chain reporting in annual reports, with Assoc. Prof Marvin Wee and Prof Juliana Ng. $10 000.

2018/19: Research grant from AFAANZ for a project titled: The effectiveness of group assessment, with Prof Jac Birt and Nikki Schonfeldt. $5 450.

2017/18: Research grant from The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) for a project titled: Evaluating the comparability and usefulness of disclosure of IFRS companies’ non-financial performance measures, with Prof. Ann Tarca and A/Prof Marvin Wee. $38 400.

2015/16: Recipient of UWA Business School Research Development Award for project titled: Integrated Reporting: Measuring the depth and spread of 'integrated thinking' as disclosed in management commentary reports, with Prof Ann Tarca, A/Prof Marvin Wee and Prof Walter Aerts. $8 250.

2011-2014: Recipient of Australian Postgraduate Award PhD scholarship and UWA top-up award.

Previous positions

Lecturer at the University of Cape Town (2002-2010)
Audit Clerk at KPMG (Cape Town) (1999-2001)

Teaching overview

Unit coordination:
2016-2021: ACCT3321 - Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice
2021/20/18: ACCT5531 - Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice
2016/15: ACCT5511 - Intermediate Corporate Financial Accounting
2016: ACCT4440 - Management Accounting: Issues and Perspectives

Education/Academic qualification

Accounting, PhD, The University of Western Australia

Award Date: 2 Sep 2015

Accounting, M.Com, University of Cape Town

Award Date: 1 Jun 2010

Economics, B.Com Honours in Economics, University of Cape Town

Award Date: 1 Nov 1995

External positions

2021, WA School Curriculum & Standards Authority

2021 → …

Research expertise keywords

  • Corporate Financial Reporting
  • Sustainability Reporting
  • Business Networks
  • Integrated Reporting
  • Non-Financial Performance Indicators

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