Rachel Baskerville

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Rachel Baskerville
Born1951
ResidenceNew Zealand
Alma materVictoria University of Wellington
Scientific career
InstitutionsVictoria University of Wellington
Thesis

Rachel Baskerville (born 1951) is a New Zealand academic, and as of 2019 is a full professor at the Victoria University of Wellington.[1]

Academic career[edit]

After a thesis titled 'Dimensions of CCA-1: an Oral History Study of the Failure of the Inflation Accounting Standard in New Zealand' at the Victoria University of Wellington, Baskerville rose to full professor.[1][2][3]

Selected works[edit]

  • Baskerville, Rachel F. "Hofstede never studied culture." Accounting, organizations and society 28, no. 1 (2003): 1-14.
  • Baskerville-Morley, Rachel F. "A research note: the unfinished business of culture." Accounting, Organizations and Society 30, no. 4 (2005): 389-391.
  • Baskerville, Rachel, and Lisa Evans. The darkening glass: Issues for translation of IFRS. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, 2011.
  • Cordery, Carolyn J., and Rachel F. Baskerville. "Charity financial reporting regulation: a comparative study of the UK and New Zealand." Accounting History 12, no. 1 (2007): 7-27.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Rachel Baskerville - School of Accounting and Commercial Law - Victoria University of Wellington". www.victoria.ac.nz.
  2. ^ "Study claims race matters for aspiring accountants". Stuff.
  3. ^ Tuesday; March 2016, 1; Australia, 11:43 am Press Release: Chartered Accountants; Zeal, New. "NZ Chartered Accountants get top award - Scoop News". www.scoop.co.nz.

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