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jguthrie James Guthrie (Member since: 31/05/2011 5:00:07 AM)
As Head of Academic Relations at Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, I engage with accounting academics and stakeholders in the Australian higher education system and provide thought leadership to benefit the wider accounting profession. I am a Fellow Chartered Accountant and have more than 35 years experience in accounting education. I am an honorary professor at the University of Sydney, a Professor at Macquarie University and Bologna University in Italy. I have previously held roles at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management and the University of New South Wales, and I was the Chair of Discipline of Accounting at the University of Sydney.

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