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

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