Garry Carnegie

Title: Emeritus Professor, School of Accounting, RMIT University

Garry Carnegie is an Emeritus Professor of RMIT University having served in the roles of Head, School of Accounting and Professor of Accounting at RMIT from 2010 to 2017. Prior to joining academe, Professor Carnegie gained experience in the IT industry, professional accounting services, and in the financial services industry. Professor Carnegie had been employed in Australian higher education institutions since 1985 and, prior to joining RMIT, he held full-time professorial posts at Deakin University, Melbourne University Private/The University of Melbourne, and at the University of Ballarat (now Federation University Australia). For a consecutive period of 25 years between 1995 and 2019, he was the Editor (1995-2007) and Joint Editor (2008-2019) of Accounting History and, during 2020, he was the journal’s Consulting Editor. 





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