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Albie Brooks

Associate Professor
social sciences
business & economics
business, finance
evaluating boards
agency
costs
netherlands
firm
performance
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A/Prof

Albie Brooks

 
Division
Business And Economics
 
Primary Interest
Development Of Teaching Case-Studies In Management Accounting And Control
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A/Prof

Albie Brooks

 

Albie Brooks is a Senior Teaching Fellow in Management Accounting having been appointed to this role in January 2008. Prior to this, Albie spent 19 years at Victoria University in a variety of teaching and research roles.

He teaches predominantly in the areas of Management Accounting and Management Control. Albie has taught at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels with both domestic and international teaching experience. His most recent [co]-authored text in management accounting, Contemporary Management Accounting (Wiley Australia) was published late 2007. A focus of his current teaching and research interests relate to the development of teaching case-studies in management accounting and control.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 15 most recent scholarly works by Albie Brooks.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2010

Deans teaching awards for excellence in undergraduate teaching 2010

Faculty of Business and Economics

2009

Deans teaching awards for excellence in postgraduate teaching 2009

Faculty of Business and Economics

2003

Joint Recipient 2003 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence

Faculty of Business and Law

1997

Best Symposium Paper Award: “An Empirical Investigation of Adoption Issues Relating to Activity-Based Costing’, (Nguyen and Brooks)

Asian Network Schools of Accounting Symposium, 4-5 April, 1997, Perth, Australia

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Associate Professor

Accounting

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

Victoria University of Technology

Masters of Business

Victoria University of Technology

Diploma of Teaching

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Commerce

University of Melbourne