PhD, Grad Dip Sci (IT), BEd
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Dr Gail Ridley teaches at graduate and undergraduate level in the area of organisational risk and accounting information systems. While currently working within an accounting and corporate governance school, Gail has been based in both information systems (IS) and computing schools in the past. She has a background in education and educational administration. Gail has supervised PhD, Masters and honours candidates to completion.
Gail’s main research interests relate to strategic, organisational and social aspects of IT governance, particularly those that impact at a national or global level. Corporate Social Responsibility is another research interest. She has a long-standing interest in the development of academic disciplines and mechanisms used to examine and facilitate this process. As an active researcher, Gail has attracted external research funding and acted as a consultant to government.
Ridley, G. and Young, J. (2012) Theoretical Approaches to Gender and IT: Examining some Australian evidence, Information Systems Journal, Vol.22, No. 5, pp. 355–373.
Ridley, G. (2011) National Security as a Corporate Social Responsibility: Critical infrastructure resilience, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 103, No. 1, pp.111–125.
Authorised by the Head of School, Accounting & Corporate Governance
15 October, 2012