Staff profile - Barbara Lynch

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Mrs Barbara Lynch

Position: Lecturer
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Business & Law
Department: School of Accounting Economics & Finance
Campus: Warrnambool Campus
Phone: +61 3 55633287 +61 3 55633287
Email: barbara.lynch@deakin.edu.au

Biography

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Business (Accounting), Deakin University, 1993
  • Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2006
  • Master of Economics, University of New England (Australia), 2007


Affiliations

CPA Australia

AFAANZ


Academic

Subjects and units currently teaching

MAA103 Accounting for Decision Making

MAA262 Management Accounting

MAA350 Ethics and Financial Services

MAA776 Financial Accounting 1


Conferences and seminars

Chalmers, K, Godfrey, J.M. and Lynch B. Globalising Water Accounting: Lessons from the Globalisation of Financial Reporting. European Accounting Association Conference 12-15 May 2010 Chalmers, K, Godfrey, J.M. and Lynch B. Globalising Water Accounting: Lessons from the Globalisation of Financial Reporting, AFAANZ Conference 4-6 July Christchurch New Zealand 2010 Lynch, B. A Critical Examination of Environmental Reporting by Australian State Government Departments. Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference, 24 26 April 2008, Baruch College at the City University of New York, United States of America. 2006 Lynch, B. The Impact of the adoption of IAS 19 Employee Benefits on Annual Financial Statements: An examination of Australian and United Kingdom Companies, South African Accounting Association Conference for Accounting Educators; Sun City; South Africa. 28-30 June Lynch, B. Adoption of the IFRS relating to post employment benefits and its effects on debt/equity ratios. Third International Business Research Conference, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, 20 - 22 November. Clayton, B. Petzall, S. Margret, J. & Lynch, B. Organisational Commitment of Financial Planners in Australia. Third International Business Research Conference, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, 20 - 22 November. Clayton, B. Petzall, S. Margret, J. & Lynch, B. Loyalty to the profession? A study of Australian financial planners. Third International Business Research Conference, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, 20 - 22 November.

Awards

Awards and prizes

Faculty of Business and Law award and $2000 grant for 'Acknowledging and Promoting Excellent Teaching' in 2006.


Publications

Publications

2012 Chalmers, Keryn, Godfrey, Jayne M. and Lynch, Barbara, “Regulatory theory insights into the past, present and future of general purpose water accounting standard setting”,
Accounting, auditing and accountability journal, vol. 25, no. 6, pp. 1001-1024.

2010 Lynch, B. “An examination of environmental reporting by Australian state government departments”.  Accounting Forum, Vol 32, No 1, pp.32-45

Lynch, B. “Environmental Reporting in Annual Reports: An Examination of Australian State Government Departments” International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 7, Issue 2, 2007, pp.47 – 59.

Lynch, B. “An Examination of the Effect on Debt/Equity Ratios With the Adoption of IAS 19: Employee Benefits”, International Review of Business Research Papers, Vol 3, No 1, pp. 47-58,March 2007 World Business Institute, Australia

Clayton, B. Lynch, B. & Kerry, M., “Financial Planners in Australia: An Examination of Loyalty” International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management Volume 7, Issue 3, 2007, pp.13 – 24.

Clayton, B. Lynch, B. & Kerry, M., “Job Satisfaction: The Case of Financial Planners in Australia” International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management Volume 7, Issue 3, 2007, pp. 25 – 32.

Clayton, B. Petzall, S. Lynch, B. & Margret, J. “Professional Commitment of Financial Planners in Australia: An Examination” International Review of Business Research Papers, Volume 3, No. 2, June 2007, pp. 97 – 116.

 

2004

Hellier, P., Keneley, M., Carr, R. and Lynch, B. “Towards A Market Oriented Approach: Employer Requirements And Implications For Undergraduate Economics Programs”, Economic Society of Australia. Economic Papers, Vol 23, No 3, pp. 213-231,  Economic Society of Australia, Australia


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