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Department of Accounting
Professor Stewart Leech is a Professorial Fellow of the Department of Accounting at the University of Melbourne and Professor Emeritus at the University of Tasmania.
Professor Leech is Chair of the National Education Committee and a member of the Professional Conduct Tribunal of the ICAA. He has served as Chair of the IS Section (1998-99), Chair of the AI/ET Section (2001-02), member of Council (1998-89 & 2001-02), IT Interaction Committee (2000-01), and Nominations Committee (2002-03) of the AAA. He is a charter member of AIS and was Co-Chair Placements for ICIS2000.
He was awarded the American Accounting Association (AI/ET Section) 2003-2004 Outstanding Educator Award for pioneering work and inspirational leadership in the teaching of artificial intelligence in accounting; the 2005-2006 Outstanding Researcher Award for his extraordinary academic achievements and leadership in research; and the 2008 ICAA Meritorious Service Award for outstanding service to the profession. In 2011, he was awarded the Notable Contribution to the Accounting Information Systems Literature Award by the American Accounting Association (IS Section) and the Outstanding Service Award by the Strategic and Emerging Technologies Section.
Professor Leech is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Information Systems and the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, and a member of the editorial board of a number of leading academic journals, including Intelligent Systems in Accounting Finance and Management, International Journal of Digital Accounting Research, Accounting & Finance and Accounting Forum.INSOLVENCY RESEARCH
Dowling C & Leech SA. (Forthcoming 2013). A Big-4 firm's use of information technology to control the audit process: how an audit support system is changing auditor behavior. Contemporary Accounting Research.
Arnold V, Collier, P, Leech SA, Sutton S & Vincent A. (2013). INCASE: Simulating Experience to Accelerate Expertise Development by Knowledge Workers. Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance & Management, 20: 1-21
Grabski, S.V., S.A. Leech and P.J. Schmidt, (2011), A Review of ERP Research: A Future Agenda for Accounting Information Systems, Journal of Information Systems, 25(1), 37-78.
Leech, S.A., (2010), Intelligent Systems Research in Insolvency and Corporate Recovery, International Review of Business Research Papers, 6(5), 137-144.
Grabski, S.V., S.A. Leech and A.J. Sangster, (2009), Management Accounting in Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, Elsevier, Oxford.
Grabski, S.V., S.A. Leech and A.J. Sangster (2009), Management accountants; a profession dramatically changed by ERP systems, CIMA Research Executive Summary Series 4(5), 1-9, [http://www.cimaglobal.com].
Sangster A.J, S.A. Leech and S.V. Grabski, (2009), ERP Implementations and their Impact upon Management Accountants, Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management, 6(2), 125-142
Dowling C, Leech S & Moroney R. (2008). Audit Support System Design and the Declarative Knowledge of Users. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting. 5: 1-10.
Elbashir M, Collier P, Sutton S, Davern M & Leech S. (2008). Leveraging Business Intelligence: Organizational Assimilation of Value-chain Strategic Information Systems. Fourth Asia/Pacific Research Symposium on Accounting Information Systems. Auckland, New Zealand. 383-428.
Leech S. (2008). The Use and Misuse of Intelligent Systems in Accounting: The Risk of Technology Dominance. Insights: Melbourne Economics and Commerce. 4: 37-41.
Dowling C & Leech S. (2007). Audit Support Systems and Decision Aids: Current Practice and Opportunities for Future Research. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems. 8 (2): 92-116.
Grabski S & Leech S. (2007). Complementary Controls and ERP Implementation Success. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems. 8 (1): 17-39.
Arnold, V., Clark, N., Collier, P.A., Leech, S.A. and Sutton, S.G. (2006). The Differential Use and Effect of Knowledge-based System Explanations in Novice and Expert Judgment Decisions, MIS Quarterly, 30(1), (March) 79-97.
Collier, P.A. and Leech, S.A. (2005). Modeling Insolvency Decisions with Process and Hierarchical Weighted-additive Methods, in M.Vasarhelyi, E.Bonson, and R.Hoitash (Eds) Artificial Intelligence in Accounting and Auditing Volume 6 International Perspectives, Markus Weiner Publishers, Princeton, New Jersey, 90-102.
Arnold, V., Clark, N., Collier, P.A., Leech, S.A. and Sutton, S.G. (2005). An Investigation of the Use of Knowledge Based Systems to Promote Judgment Consistency in Multi-Cultural Firm Environments, Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting, 2, 33-59.
Arnold, V., Clark, N., Collier, P.A., Leech, S.A. and Sutton, S.G. (2004). Explanation Provision and Use in an Intelligent Decision Aid, Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management, 12 (1), 5-27.
Arnold, V., Collier, P.A., Leech, S.A. and Sutton, S.G. (2004). The Impact of Intelligent Decision Aids on Experienced and Novice Decision Makers' Judgments, Accounting and Finance, 44(1), 1-26.
Tanewski G., Collier, P.A. and Leech, S.A. (2003). Determining Benefits from B2B e-Commerce: A Strategic Approach, International Journal of Digital Accounting Research, 3(6), (July-December), 105-131.
Grabski, S.V., Leech, S.A. and Lu, B. (2003). Enterprise Systems Implementation Risks and Controls, Chapter 5 in G. Shanks, P. Seddon and L. Willcocks (Eds) Second Wave Enterprise Resource Planning Systems: Implementation and Effectiveness, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 135-156.
Leech, S.A and Sutton, S.G. (2002). Knowledge Management Issues in Practice: Opportunities for Research, International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 3 (2), (August) 69-73.
Leech, S.A. and Sangster, A.J.A. (2002). Expert Systems in Accounting Research: A Design Science Perspective, Chapter 4 in V. Arnold and S.G. Sutton (Eds) Researching Accounting as an Information Systems Discipline, American Accounting Association, Sarasota Florida, 65-79.
Arnold, V., Collier, P.A., Leech, S.A. and Sutton, S.G. (2001). The Impact of Political Pressure on Novice Decision Makers: Are Auditors Qualified to make Going Concern Judgments, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 12(3), (June): 323-338.
Arnold, V., Clark, N., Collier, P.A., Leech, S.A. and Sutton, S.G. (2001). Unveiling the Black Box of Human-Computer Interaction: The Need for Replay Process Tracing in Decision Aid Research, Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research, 4: 381-405.
Grabski, S.V., Leech, S.A. and Lu, B. (2001). Risks and Controls in the Implementation of ERP Systems, International Journal of Digital Accounting Research, 1(1), (Jan-June): 47-68.
Grabski, S.V., Leech, S.A. and Lu, B. (2001). Riesgos y controles en la implantacion de sistemas ERP, Partida Doble, 128, (December): 40-51.
Arnold, V., Collier, P.A., Leech, S.A. and Sutton, S.G. (2000). The Effect of Experience and Complexity on Order and Recency Bias in Decision Making by Professional Accountants, Accounting and Finance, 40(2), (July): 109-134.