Rachael Lewis is a lecturer in the UNSW Business School and completed her PhD at the University of Technology Sydney in 2016.
Rachael’s research interests relate to the role of management accounting and control systems in shaping managerial cognition, with a particular interest in the development of mental models and local expertise. She specialises in the application of qualitative methodologies to better understand how managers think and make decisions.
Rachael currently teaches strategic management accounting and has previous experience teaching in the areas of management control, cost management, and introductory management accounting at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Prior to undertaking her PhD Rachael worked in the Tax and Advisory departments of KPMG and as a consultant to Macquarie’s Banking and Financial Services Group.