Professor Anne Wyatt


School of Business
Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
+61 7 334 68082



PhD, UTS. 2002

BCom Honours, First Class Honours, University Medal. 1996

BCom, High distinction. 1995

Chartered Accountant, Institute of Company Directors (graduate member)

Research Impacts

Professor Wyatt has PhD from University of Technology Sydney, is a Chartered Accountant, and a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She maintains a diverse range of affiliations of a professional and academic nature including the American Accounting Association, British Accounting and Finance Association, the European Accounting Association, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia, Institute of Company Directors, and has a strong international research profile. Professor Wyatt has had an exceptional rise as a scholar of accounting and business winning regular acclaim as both an undergraduate and research higher degree student (accumulating 13 awards). This trajectory has continued in the years since gaining a PhD she has published in the top North American accounting journal (The Accounting Review) and many other quality journals; and had regular invitations to present work in Australia, Europe and the US. The standard and originality of her research, particularly in the area of intangible investments, has marked Professor Wyatt as a leader within the Australian academic arena and given rise to an international reputation for excellence in professional and academic research and scholarship arenas.

Professor Wyatt sat on the ‘National Education Board’ of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia and held the role of Chair for the ‘Financial Reporting Committee’ that oversees the CA financial reporting curriculum for five years. In 2007, Professor Wyatt was invited by the Chartered Accountants of England and Wales to present at that body’s prestigious ‘Information for Better Markets’ conference in London alongside high profile professors from the Booth School at the University of Chicago, Fox Business School at Temple University, and Wharton at University of Pennsylvania. She was invited faculty at the ‘American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium’ in 2012 and continues to extend herself across diverse opportunities. These paths have included commissioned research and reports public and private sector organisations (e.g., European Commission), and invited speaker (e.g., the Said Business School, Oxford University 2014 forum by the International Accounting Standards Board in conjunction with Accounting and Business Research). Professor Wyatt holds national and international journal editorships for high quality academic journals, and provides service in relation to technical and scholarship arenas (e.g., conference technical committees, the American Accounting Association Best Dissertation Committee for 2015, the CPA and IP Australia committee developing an Intellectual Property training series for CPAs. She regularly travels to Europe, the UK, and the US to present at seminars and professional and academic conferences.


  • PhD, University of Technology Sydney
  • Bachelor of Commerce with Honours, University of Southern Queensland


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Book Chapter

  • Wyatt, Anne M. (2006). An accounting perspective. In Derek Bosworth and Elizabeth Webster (Ed.), The management of intellectual property (pp. 40-65) North Hampton, MA, U.S.: Edward Elgar.

Journal Article

Other Outputs

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Completed Supervision