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Rachel Baskerville started accounting work at the Institute of Chartered Accountants for three years (1993 – 1996) whilst completing her CA qualifications, but since then has worked at Victoria University , apart from five years at the University of Auckland 1999- 2003, and an Associate Professor at University of Exeter, UK (2007 – Feb 2009).
She is involved in teaching financial accounting and reporting at the second year undergraduate level, current issues in financial reporting in a post-graduate offering, supervising PhD and Masters projects. She is an Editor of Pacific Accounting Review, and also Co-Editor of a Special Issue for the Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal on Operationalising Ethnicity in Accounting Research, and a Special Issue of Accounting History on “Accounting and Charities in a Historical Perspective”
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