PhD, University of Massachusetts | BS, Northern Michigan University
Professor Gary Monroe is an internationally renowned researcher in auditing with an emphasis on audit judgment and the economics of auditing. His main research area of interest is auditing, but he also conducts research in CSR, banking and finance, financial accounting, business ethics and management accounting. With respect to research methods, Gary has published papers using archival, experimental, survey and qualitative research methods. He has published articles in: AAuditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting,Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, The British Accounting Review, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Journal of Business Ethics, Abacus, Behavioral Research in Accounting, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, Accounting and Finance, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, The International Journal of Accounting, International Journal of Auditing, Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research,Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, Australian Accounting Review, Accounting Education, International Journal of Business Studies, Accounting Research Journal.
He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief for Accounting and Finance [ABDC rank A]. He was also an editor for Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory [ABDC rank A*] from 2016 - 2020 and the Finance Section Editor for the Journal of Business Ethics [ABDC rank A / FT50] from 2011 - 2015. He also serves on the Editorial Boards of a number of international journals.
He was Chair of the Accounting Panel for the Australian Business Deans Council 2019 Journal Quality List Review.
He has received awards for his research and teaching awards for his undergraduate teaching and PhD supervision.
In recognition of his outstanding contribution to the accounting academic profession in Australia, he was made a Life Member of the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand in 2013.
I have been awarded over $600,000 in research funding including: ARC LIEF grant, 2016 [$260,000]; ARC Linkage Grant, 2009 [$255,000]; CPA Australia and CAANZ Contemporary Audit Topics Grant [$10,000]; Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia, 2014 [$15,765]; CPA Australia Synthesis Project Research Grant, 2012 [$5,000]; Canadian Academic Accounting Association Research Grant, Canada, 2008 [$9,000]; 7 AFAANZ Research Grants [total of $40,000]; Small ARC Grant, 2000 [$10,000].
I am an active researcher with more than 60 refereed journals articles and 3 refereed chapters in research books. This includes 15 A* and 24 A ranked publications based on the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) journal rankings and 3 publications in journals on the Financial Times Top 50 Journals list (FT50). My main research area of interest is auditing, but I also conduct research in banking and finance, financial accounting, business ethics and management accounting. With respect to research methods, I have published papers using archival, experimental, survey and qualitative research methods.
Memberships - Company Boards, Professional Associations
Previous Selected University and non-University Engagement Activities
My Research Supervision
Miaodi Han, Scientia PhD student
Ling Qin, Scientia PhD student
Auditing, Advanced Auditing, Introductory Financial and Managerial Accounting, Company Accounting, Cost Accounting, Management Accounting, Advanced Management Accounting, Accounting Theory, Accounting Information Systems., Business Research Methods, MBA Financial and Managerial Accounting, Behavioural Research in Accounting and Accounting Research Methods.