Leanne's research interests examine the junctions between accounting, philosophy and discourse.
Her research projects focus on the role of accounting in society, particularly the interactions between environmental philosophy and corporate environmental reporting. She is also working on projects which examine corporate diversity through the lens of feminist philosophy; how cultural values impact on the way corporations report; and environmental philosophies. She brings this research knowledge to the classroom as Course Coordinator and Lecturer in Accounting for Sustainable Management. Prior to joining RMIT, Leanne lectured a range of Accounting topics at the University of Tasmania, where she completed her PhD. Her industry experience includes her role as a tax consultant, and various board positions in the environmental not-for- profit sector.
Course Coordinator ACCT2229 Accounting for Sustainable Management
Lecturer ACCT1077 Financial Accounting Theory
- Phd, University of Tasmania, 2017
- Graduate Certificate in Research, University of Tasmania, 2017
- Bachelor of Business (First class Honours), University of Tasmania, 2013
- Morrison, L. (2020). Corporate Environmental Reporting, Taylor and Francis, United States
- Morrison, L.,Wilmshurst, T.,Shimeld, S. (2018). Environmental Reporting Through an Ethical Looking Glass In: Journal of Business Ethics, 150, 903 - 918
- Morrison, L. (2017). Heading South In: PAN (Philosophy Activism Nature) Melbourne, Australia
- Changing the Climate on Corporate Emissions. Funded by: CPA Australia Global Research Perspectives Program 2018 onwards from (2020 to 2021)
- To attend the 30th CSEAR International Congress on Social and Environmental Accounting Research to be held August 28-30, 2018.. Funded by: Ian Potter Foundation Travel Grant 2018 Round 1 from (2018 to 2018)
1 PhD Current Supervisions and 1 Masters by Research Current Supervisions