Dr Lina Xu is a lecturer in the School of Accounting at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia. Lina has been teaching at university level since 2011 mainly in the areas of Financial Accounting and Management Accounting.
She was employed at University of Wollongong and Curtin University, Sydney campus as a tutor/head tutor and sessional lecturer when she was undertaking her PhD.
Lina has completed her PhD in accounting at University of Wollongong, and her PhD thesis has adopted Gramsci’s theory of hegemony to explore the political influence on the accounting evolution in China in the period 1949 to 1992.
- Chinese Accounting History
- Critical Accounting Theory
- Critical Perspectives on Accounting Education
- Accounting Standards setting in China
- The Best Manuscript Award for 2014 in Accounting History
Teaching undergraduate financial accounting subjects:
- Accounting in Organisation and Society
- Financial Accountability and Reporting
- Doctor of Philosophy in Accounting, University of Wollongong, Australia 2011-2014
- HDR Excellence Award for 2014
- International Student Tuition Fee Award
- Student Leadership Award
- Master of Professional Accounting, University of Wollongong, Australia 2008-2010
- Graduate with Distinction
- Bachelor of Management in Accounting, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China 2004-2008
- Faculty Major and Minor Award
- Xu, L.,Cortese, C.,Zhang, E. (2018). (In Press) The interplay between accounting professionals and political ideologies: The emergence of Chinese accounting standards from 1978 to 1992 In: Accounting History, , 1 - 19
- Cortese, C.,Pupovac, S.,Xu, L. (2015). Applying open-book-open-web assessment In postgraduate accounting subject: Flipping test In: Handbook of Mobile Teaching and Learning, Springer, Heidelberg, Germany
- Xu, L.,Cortese, C.,Zhang, E. (2014). Ideology diffusion and the role of accounting: A Gramscian approach to understanding China's transition from 1949 to 1957 In: Accounting History, 19, 434 - 451
- Xu, L.,Cortese, C.,Zhang, E. (2013). Exploring hegemonic change in China: A case of accounting evolution In: Asian Review of Accounting, 21, 113 - 127
1 PhD Current Supervisions