Dr Tony McMurtrie
|Position||Associate Head - Learning and Teaching|
|Org Unit||Business School Office|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 4515|
Nexus 10 Tower
Biography/ BackgroundTony came to academia from the private sector after many years experience in the management and administration of small businesses. Included in this were two years of employment in a public accounting practice. Prior to his appointment to the University of Adelaide, he was an associate lecturer at Flinders University.
B.Comm(Hons) (Flinders), MComm (By Research), PhD (Adelaide), CPA
Tony's is responsible for the school's Management Accounting and Introductory Accounting Courses.
Tony has completed a research Masters degree examining corporate social disclosure.
Tony also has completed a PhD examining accounting education issues and the impact tertiary studies have on student attitudes.
PublicationsMcMurtrie, Tony (2005) "Factors influencing the publication of social performance information: an Australian case study", Corporate Social Responsibility & Environmental Performance, 12 (3), 129-143.
McMurtrie, Tony & Lee D. Parker (2000) "From Budgetary to Strategic Control", Akautan Nasional, 13 (4), 28-31.
McMurtrie, Tony (1999) "The Business of Balance?", Charter, 70 (5), 40-41.
Tony is a memeber of CPA Aust, and The International Association for Accounting Education and Research
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Entry last updated: Wednesday, 10 Jul 2019
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