Researcher biography

Kathleen's research interests include earnings management, auditor reporting, non-financial performance indicators, and issues in accounting for biological assets and income tax.

Kathleen Herbohn is a lecturer in financial accounting. She has a PhD from the University of Adelaide concerned with full cost environmental accounting by organisations managing multiple purpose natural resources. Kathleen's other research interests include earnings management, auditor reporting, accounting for income taxes and accounting for biological assets.

Kathleen is a co-author on the twelfth edition of the Issues in Financial Accounting textbook and an editor of a book published by Edward Elgar (Cheltenham, UK) on Sustainable Small-Scale Forestry: Socio-Economic Analysis.

Her publications have appeared in various journal including Accounting, Organizations and Society, The British Accounting Review, Accounting Research Journal and The Australian Accounting Review. Kathleen has previously been a staff member at James Cook University.