Prior to joining the Department of Accounting and Finance in 2009, Anna worked at The University of Melbourne where she taught Management Accounting at both graduate and undergraduate levels. She has also held senior management positions in both the travel and superannuation industries working in both national and international companies. In addition, she has worked at Coopers and Lybrand and is a qualified CMA and CPA. Anna completed her PhD at Monash University.
Anna's research areas include:behavioural accounting, managerial learning and performance, simulated business learning effectiveness, cognitive style, balanced scorecard use & financial incentives. Her research also involves eye tracking, cognitive mapping, and simulations.
In addition, Anna is the Industry Engagement & Research Impact Co-ordinator for the Department of Accounting, within the Monash Business School.
PhD, BBus(Hons), DipEd, BEc, BSc
Research area keywords
- behavioural accounting
- Management Accounting
- Financial Incentives
- Eye Tracking
- Cognitive Research