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Researcher: Leech, SA (Professor Stewart Leech)

Fields of Research

Banking, finance and investment
Artificial life and complex adaptive systems
Knowledge representation and reasoning
Financial accounting
Accounting, auditing and accountability
Other law and legal studies
Business systems in context
Sensory processes, perception and performance

Research Objectives

Other information and communication services
Finance services
Other commercial services and tourism
Other economic framework
Management and productivity
Expanding knowledge in human society
Management
Expanding knowledge in psychology
Industrial organisations

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A Cognitive Computational Model of Knowledge and Reasoning in Insolvency; AIS Research Symposium 1997
A Cognitive Computational Model of Knowledge and Reasoning in Insolvency; AIS Research Symposium 1997
A generalized model of decision-making processes for companies in financial distress; Accounting Forum
A Model of Expertise in Insolvency; 20th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association
A Model of Expertise in Insolvency; European Accounting Association
A Validated Expert System for Decision Making in Corporate Recovery; International Journal of Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance & Management
A Validated Expert System for Decision-Making in Insolvency; The Workshop on Business Applications of AI held in conjunction with the 15th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-97)
A Validated Expert System for Decision-Making in Insolvency; Business Applications of Artificial Intelligence
Acquiring and Representing a Model of Decision Making for Insolvency; First Australian Workshop on Intelligent Decision Support Systems to be held in conjunction with Eigth Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI'95)
Acquiring and Representing a Model of Decision Making for Insolvency; First Australian Workshop on Intelligent Decision Support Systems
An Expert System for Insolvency Judgments; Proceedings of the First Americans Conference on Information Systems
An Expert System for Insolvency Judgments; Americas Conference on Information Systems
Database Accounting
Database Accounting
Discussion of Integrating Accounting and Manufacturing Information Systems: An ABC and REA-Based Approach; Journal of Information Systems
Editorial: Research in accounting information systems; Accounting Forum
Expert Systems in Business and Finance: Issues and Applications
Modeling and Implementing aspects of Holistic Judgments in Industrial Decision Making; Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference of IEA/AIE 96
Modeling and Implementing aspects of Holistic Judgments in Industrial Decision Making; Industrial and Engineeering Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
Modeling Expertise: A Case Study using Multiple Corporate Recovery Experts; Advances in Accounting Information Systems
Modeling Insolvency Decisions; First Asia-Pacific Decision Sciences Institute Conference
Modeling Insolvency Decisions; First Asia-Pacific Decision Sciences Institute Conference
Modeling Insolvency Decisions with Process and Hierarchical Weighted-additive Methods; 2nd International Conference on Artifical Intelligence in Accounting, Finance and Tax
Modeling Insolvency Decisions with Process and Hierarchical Weighted-additive Methods; Artificial Intelligence in Accounting, Finance and Tax
Modelling Financial and Business Agents in Insolvency Decisions; The 19th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association
Modelling Financial and Business Agents in Insolvency Decisions; The 19th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association
The effect of experience and complexity on order and recency bias in decision making by professional accountants; Accounting & Finance
The Effect of Experience on Order and Recency Bias in Decision Making by Professional Accountants; Accounting Association of Australia & New Zealand Annual Conference
The Impact of Intelligent Decision Aids on Non-Expert Users: A Partial Test of the Theory of Technology Dominance; Fifth Annual AIS Research Symposium
Understanding Insolvency Decisions; Charter
Will the Real Experts Please Stand Up; IT Chapter News
Will the Real Experts Please Stand Up?; Information Technology Chapter News

Research Projects

A theory of decision making for Provisional Liquidations; Australian Research Council (ARC)
An Expert System for Insolvency Practitioners; Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA)
Electronic Research Database Collection; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Identification of Factors that Determine the use of and Reliance on Expert Systems Concerning Insolvency Decisions; Auditors' and Liquidators Trust Fund (ALTF)
The impact of intelligent decision aids on human decision making; Australian Research Council (ARC)
The usefulness of accounting information for investing and lending decisions; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision

A New Accounting Data Model
Accounting philosophy - a reorientation
Earnings management
The use of accounting information for the multiple purposes of performance appraisal