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Dr Gordon Boyce Adjunct Associate Professor, Accounting

Gordon's research adopts critical and interpretive perspectives to examine a range of interrelated social, political, and organisational dimensions of accounting and accountability:

• Historical antecedents and effects of accounting practice and contemporary implications.
• Critical Theory and accounting.
• Professionalism, ethics and the public interest.
• Accounting, public discourse, and public administration.
• The development and application of social accounting, including silent, shadow and counter accounting.
• The context and practice of accounting education, particularly considering the above themes.

An experienced research supervisor, he has supervised numerous successful PhD students and acted as external examiner for theses in various areas of accounting and accountability.

Gordon has extensive teaching experience across the accounting curriculum, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has developed and taught subjects encompassing the spectrum of accounting - including introductory accounting, financial accounting, management accounting, accounting information systems, accounting theory, audit, accounting and society, social and critical perspectives on accounting, and contemporary developments in accounting research.

He has served in a variety of leadership, governance, and administrative roles across a wide range of academic activity and service, including journal editorial and editorial board roles.

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