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Leanne Keddie

Leanne Keddie 768

PhD program start date: Fall 2012
Expected graduation date: Winter 2018

Current phase of study: Phase III (Thesis)
Specialization: Accountancy
Research Interests:
 Sustainability accounting, corporate governance, sustainability reporting & disclosures, management accounting, private companies, entrepreneurship

 

saraleanne.keddie@mail.concordia.ca

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Education

  • MBA, Management Accounting, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, 2009
  • BComm, General, Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick, 2003

Academic and Teaching Experience

  • Strategic Accounting Case Analysis (ACCO 435), Concordia University, Winter 2015, 2016, lecturer
  • Managerial Accounting II (COMM 4AA3), McMaster University, Winter 2011, 2012, lecturer
  • Intermediate Financial Account I (COMM 3AB3), McMaster University, Summer 2010, lecturer
  • Business Finance 1 (ACCT 10028), Mohawk College, Summer 2010, lecturer
  • Managerial Accounting II (MGT 323), University of Toronto (Mississauga), Winter 2010, lecturer

Work Experience

  • Consultant, CPA Canada, Toronto, 2012 – present
  • Manager, Professional Programs, CMA Canada, Mississauga, 2010 – 2012 
  • Senior Consultant, Business Valuations and Litigation Support, Pettinelli Mastroluisi Consulting Inc., Hamilton, 2009 – 2010
  • Account Manager, The Business Development Bank of Canada, Burlington, 2006 – 2008

Journal Publications

  • Boulianne, E., & Keddie, L. Where is Sustainability with the Canadian CPA Program? Advances in Environmental Accounting and Management (Status: forthcoming)

Working Papers

  • A study in equifinality: what governance bundles underlie sustainability performance? Keddie, L.
  • Sustainability incentives: Who, what and why. Keddie, L.
  • Governance for today, tomorrow and beyond: Implementing sustainability accounting in the modern firm. Keddie, L.
  • Advancing sustainability accounting with a perfect partner: the entrepreneur.
  • How is accounting used to support sustainability?  Does it play a role?
  • Trickling down: Environmental performance indicators journey through the organization. Keddie, L.
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