Indrit Troshani

Professor Indrit Troshani

Professor - Accounting Info Systems

Adelaide Business School

Faculty of the Professions

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.


Indrit is the lecturer-in-charge of Accounting Information Systems which he teaches at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Indrit has completed a PhD which deals with error prevention in software development. His current research interests include innovation adoption and diffusion and performativity of technology in various contexts including digital business reporting (e.g. XBRL), Green IS, and social media use in private and public sector organisations..

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  • Appointments

    Date Position Institution name
    2021 Professor (Level E) University of Adelaide
    2017 - 2021 Associate Professor (Level D) University of Adelaide
    2009 - 2016 Senior Lecturer (Level C) University of Adelaide
    2003 - 2008 Lecturer (Level B) University of Adelaide
    2000 - 2003 Associate Lecturer (Level A) Edith Cowan University
  • Education

    Date Institution name Country Title
    2015 Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Australia Chartered Accountant
    2000 - 2002 Edith Cowan University Australia Graduate Certificate of Education
    1999 - 2003 Edith Cowan University Australia PhD (Computer Science)
    1997 - 1998 University of Sunderland United Kingdom MSc (Computer-based Information Systems)
    1993 - 1997 IIUM Malaysia Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours)
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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2021 Haji, A. A., Coram, P., & Troshani, I. (2021). Effects of Integrating CSR Information in Financial Reports on Investors’ Firm Value Estimates. Accounting and Finance, 61(2), 3605-3647.
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    2021 Shan, Y. G., & Troshani, I. (2021). Digital corporate reporting and value relevance: evidence from the US and Japan. International Journal of Managerial Finance, 17(2), 256-281.
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    2021 Rowbottom, N., Locke, J., & Troshani, I. (2021). When the tail wags the dog? Digitalisation and corporate reporting. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 92, 1-18.
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    2021 Kao, K. C., Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2021). A cross-country comparison of online deal popularity effect. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 60, 1-10.
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    2021 Troshani, I., & Rowbottom, N. (2021). Digital Corporate Reporting: Research Developments and Implications. Australian Accounting Review, 31(3), 213-232.
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    2021 Noor, N., Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2021). Artificial Intelligence Service Agents: Role of Parasocial Relationship. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 15 pages.
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    2020 Le, N. T., Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2020). Perceived Control and Perceived Risk in Self-service Technology Recovery. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 10 pages.
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    2020 Troshani, I., Rao Hill, S., Sherman, C., & Arthur, D. (2020). Do We Trust in AI? Role of Anthropomorphism and Intelligence. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 61(5), 481-491.
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    2020 Shan, Y. G., Troshani, I., & Loftus, J. (2020). Managerial ownership, audit committees and non-audit services. Australian Journal of Management, 46(3), 409-436.
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    2020 Troshani, I. (2020). Research environment and organisational learning mechanisms in the age of pandemics: the case of accounting research. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 34(2), 1-26.
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    2020 Kao, K. C., Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2020). Effects of cue congruence and perceived cue authenticity in online group buying. Internet Research, 30(3), 945-970.
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    2020 Rampersad, G., & Troshani, I. (2020). Impact of high-speed broadband on innovation in rural firms. Information Technology for Development, 26(1), 89-107.
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    2020 Rao Hill, S., Troshani, I., & Chandrasekar, D. (2020). Signalling effects of vlogger popularity on online consumers. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 60(1), 76-84.
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    2019 Troshani, I., Locke, J., & Rowbottom, N. (2019). Transformation of accounting through digital standardisation: Tracing the construction of the IFRS Taxonomy. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 32(1), 133-162.
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    2019 Shan, Y. G., Troshani, I., & Tarca, A. (2019). Managerial ownership, audit firm size, and audit fees: Australian evidence. Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, 35, 18-36.
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    2018 Locke, J., Rowbottom, N., & Troshani, I. (2018). Sites of translation in digital reporting. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 31(7), 2006-2030.
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    2018 Troshani, I., Janssen, M., Lymer, A., & Parker, L. (2018). Digital transformation of business-to-government reporting: an institutional work perspective. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 31, 17-36.
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    2017 Kao, C., Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2017). Online consumers' responses to deal popularity as an extrinsic cue. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 57(4), 374-384.
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    2016 Shan, Y., & Troshani, I. (2016). The effect of mandatory XBRL and IFRS adoption on audit fees: evidence from the Shanghai Stock Exchange. International Journal of Managerial Finance, 12(2), 109-135.
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    2016 Mohd Sharif, M., Troshani, I., & Davidson, R. (2016). Determinants of social media impact in local government. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 28(3), 82-103.
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    2015 Sharif, M., Troshani, I., & Davidson, R. (2015). Public sector adoption of social media. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 55(4), 53-61.
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    2015 Troshani, I., Parker, L., & Lymer, A. (2015). Institutionalising XBRL for financial reporting: resorting to regulation. Accounting and Business Research, 45(2), 196-228.
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    2015 Shan, Y., Troshani, I., & Richardson, G. (2015). An empirical comparison of the effect of XBRL on audit fees in the US and Japan. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, 11(2), 89-103.
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    2014 Hill, S., Troshani, I., & Burgan, B. (2014). Broadband adoption in regional and urban households. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 54(3), 57-66.
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    2014 Shan, Y., & Troshani, I. (2014). Does Xbrl benefit financial statement auditing?. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 54(4), 11-21.
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    2014 Binhadyan, B., Troshani, I., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2014). Improving the Treatment Outcomes for ADHD Patients with IS/IT: An Actor-Network Theory Perspective. International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation (IJANTTI), 6(4), 38-55.
    2013 Troshani, I., Rampersad, G., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2013). Managing SaaS risk in higher education organisations: A case study. International Journal of E-Business Research, 9(2), 8-23.
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    2013 Rampersad, G., & Troshani, I. (2013). High-speed broadband: assessing its social impact. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 113(4), 541-557.
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    2012 Troshani, I., Goldberg, S., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2012). A regulatory framework for pervasive e-health: A case study. Health Policy and Technology, 1(4), 199-206.
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    2012 Rampersad, G., Troshani, I., & Plewa, C. (2012). IOS adoption in innovation networks: A case study. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 112(9), 1366-1382.
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    2012 Plewa, C., Troshani, I., Francis, A., & Rampersad, G. (2012). Technology adoption and performance impact in innovation domains. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 112(5), 748-765.
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    2012 Rampersad, G., Plewa, C., & Troshani, I. (2012). Investigating the use of information technology in managing innovation: A case study from a university technology transfer office. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 29(1 Sp Iss), 3-21.
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    2011 Troshani, I., Rampersad, G., & Plewa, C. (2011). Organisational adoption of e-business: The case of an innovation management tool at a university and technology transfer office. International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations, 9(3), 265-282.
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    2011 Rao Hill, S., Burgan, B., & Troshani, I. (2011). Understanding broadband adoption in rural Australia. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 111(7), 1087-1104.
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    2011 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2011). Regulating mobile services: An institution-based view. International Journal of E-Business Research, 7(1), 52-70.
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    2011 Troshani, I., Jerram, C., & Rao Hill, S. (2011). Exploring the public sector adoption of HRIS. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 111(3-4), 470-488.
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    2011 Troshani, I., Rampersad, G., & Plewa, C. (2011). Adopting innovation management software in university innovation commercialization. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 52(2), 83-92.
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    2011 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., Hill, S., Hague, W., & Goldberg, S. (2011). A transaction cost assessment of a pervasive technology solution for gestational diabetes. International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics, 6(4), 60-76.
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    2010 Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2010). Factors influencing the adoption of personalisation mobile services: Empirical evidence from young Australians. International Journal of Mobile Communications, 8(2), 150-168.
    DOI Scopus39 WoS37
    2010 Troshani, I., & Lymer, A. (2010). Translation in XBRL standardization. Information Technology and People, 23(2), 136-164.
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    2010 Rampersad, G., Quester, P., & Troshani, I. (2010). Examining network factors: commitment, trust, coordination and harmony. Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 25(7), 487-500.
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    2010 Rampersad, G., Quester, P., & Troshani, I. (2010). Managing innovation networks: Exploratory evidence from ICT, biotechnology and nanotechnology networks. Industrial Marketing Management, 39(5 Sp Iss), 795-805.
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    2009 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2009). Linking stakeholder salience with mobile services diffusion. International Journal of Mobile Communications, 7(3), 269-289.
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    2009 Rampersad, G., Quester, P., & Troshani, I. (2009). Management of networks involving Technology Transfer from public to private sector: a conceptual framework. International Journal of Technology Transfer adn Commercialisation, 8(2/3), 121-141.
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    2009 Rampersad, G., Quester, P., & Troshani, I. (2009). Developing and evaluating scales to assess innovation networks. International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 5(4), 402-420.
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    2009 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., & Goldberg, S. (2009). Supporting diabetes self-management with pervasive wireless technology solutions. International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiative, 1(4), 17-31.
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    2007 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2007). Enabling e-business competitive advantage: Perspectives from the Australian financial services industry. International Journal of Business and Information, 2(1), 80-103.
    2007 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2007). Drivers and inhibitors to XBRL adoption. International Journal of E-Business Research, 3(4), 98-111.
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    2007 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2007). The diffusion of mobile services in Australia: An evaluation using stakeholder and transaction cost economics theories. IADIS International Journal on WWW/Internet, 5(2), 40-57.
    2007 Doolin, B., & Troshani, I. (2007). Organizational adoption of XBRL. Electronic Markets, 17(3), 199-209.
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    2007 Troshani, I., & Doolin, B. (2007). Innovation diffusion: A stakeholder and social network view. European Journal of Innovation Management, 10(2), 176-200.
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    2007 Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2007). A conceptual framework and propositions for the acceptance of mobile services. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Research, 2(2), 61-73.
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    2004 Doolin, B., & Troshani, I. (2004). XBRL: A research note. Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management, 1(2), 93-104.
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    Noor, N., Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (n.d.). Recasting Service Quality for AI-Based Service. Australasian Marketing Journal, 183933492110050.
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  • Books

    Year Citation
    2016 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., & Tan, J. (Eds.) (2016). Contemporary Consumer Health Informatics. Switzerland: Springer.
    2015 Gray, H., Issa, T., Pye, G., Troshani, I., Rainer, R. K., Prince, B., & Watson, H. J. (2015). Management Information Systems (1 ed.). Milton, Queensland: Wiley.
    2013 Bali, R., Troshani, I., Goldberg, S., & Wickramasinghe, N. (Eds.) (2013). Pervasive Health Knowledge Management. United States: Springer.
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    2013 Bali, R., Troshani, I., Goldberg, S., & Wickramasinghe, N. (Eds.) (2013). Pervasive Health Knowledge Management. United States: Springer.
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  • Book Chapters

    Year Citation
    2018 Sharif, M., Troshani, I., & Davidson, R. (2018). Determinants of social media impact in local government. In Management Association, Information Information (Ed.), Media Influence: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice (pp. 141-164). USA: IGI Global.
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    2017 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., & Goldberg, S. (2017). A transaction cost economics perspective for pervasive technology. In Health Care Delivery and Clinical Science: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 198-220). IGI Global.
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    2016 Plewa, C., Rampersad, G., Troshani, I., & Kesting, T. (2016). Improving innovation process performance and service quality in innovation networks. In C. Plewa, & J. Conduit (Eds.), Making a Difference Through Marketing: A Quest for Diverse Perspectives (pp. 267-282). Singapore: Springer.
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    2016 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., & Goldberg, S. (2016). A transaction cost economics perspective for pervasive technology. In A. Dwivedi (Ed.), Reshaping Medical Practice and Care with Health Information Systems (pp. 14-43). Hershey, PA, USA: Medical Information Science Reference, an imprint of IGI Global.
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    2016 Binhadyan, B., Troshani, I., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2016). Improving the treatment outcomes for ADHD patients with IS/IT: An actor-network theory perspective. In S. Clarke, M. Jennex, A. Becker, & A. -V. Anttiroiko (Eds.), E-Health and Telemedicine: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (Vol. 3, pp. 1279-1298). United States: IGI Global.
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    2015 Sharif, M. H. M., Troshani, I., & Davidson, R. (2015). Adoption of social media services: The case of local government organizations in australia. In Mobile Computing and Wireless Networks: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (Vol. 3-4, pp. 1697-1713). IGI Global.
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    2015 Sharif, M. H. M., Troshani, I., & Davidson, R. (2015). Adoption of social media services: The case of local government organizations in Australia. In Social Media and Networking: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (Vol. 2-4, pp. 900-916). IGI Global.
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    2014 Troshani, I., Goldberg, S., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2014). Designing enabling regulatory frameworks to facilitate the diffusion of wireless technology solutions in healthcare. In N. Wickramasinghe, L. Al-Hakim, C. Gonzalez, & J. Tan (Eds.), Lean Thinking for Healthcare (1 ed., pp. 331-344). United States: Springer.
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    2014 Sharif, M., Troshani, I., & Davidson, R. (2014). Adoption of social media services: the case of local government organizations in Australia. In T. E. Sun, & J. Yearwood (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Demand-Driven Web Services: Theory, Technologies and Applications (1 ed., pp. 287-303). United States: IGI Global.
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    2014 Rao Hill, S., Troshani, I., Goldberg, S., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2014). Improving healthcare service quality and patients' life quality through mobile technologies: The case of diabetes self-management. In N. Wickramasinghe, L. Al-Hakim, C. Gonzalez, & J. Tan (Eds.), Lean Thinking for Healthcare (1 ed., pp. 345-359). New York, NY: Springer.
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    2013 Troshani, I., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2013). Introduction. In R. Bali, I. Troshani, S. Goldberg, & N. Wickramasinghe (Eds.), Pervasive Health Knowledge Management (1 ed., pp. 3-5). United States: Springer.
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    2013 Troshani, I., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2013). Regulating pervasive e-health services. In R. Bali, I. Troshani, S. Goldberg, & N. Wickramasinghe (Eds.), Pervasive Health Knowledge Management (1 ed., pp. 27-41). United States: Springer.
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    2013 Troshani, I., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2013). e-Health trends. In R. Bali, I. Troshani, S. Goldberg, & N. Wickramasinghe (Eds.), Pervasive Health Knowledge Management (1 ed., pp. 57-66). United States: Springer.
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    2013 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., & Goldberg, S. (2013). A pervasive technology solution for supporting diabetes self-care. In R. Bali, I. Troshani, S. Goldberg, & N. Wickramasinghe (Eds.), Pervasive Health Knowledge Management (1 ed., pp. 161-171). United States: Springer.
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    2013 Troshani, I. (2013). e-Health Complexity and Actor-Network Theory. In R. Bali, I. Troshani, S. Goldberg, & N. Wickramasinghe (Eds.), Pervasive Health Knowledge Management (1 ed., pp. 43-55). United States: Springer.
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    2013 Rao Hill, S., Troshani, I., & Freeman, S. (2013). An eclectic perspective on the internationalization of Australian mobile services SMEs. In I. Lee (Ed.), Mobile Services Industries, Technologies, and Applications in the Global Economy (1 ed., pp. 55-73). United States: IGI Global.
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    2013 Hill, S. R., Troshani, I., & Freeman, S. (2013). An eclectic perspective on the internationalization of Australian mobile services SMEs. In Small and Medium Enterprises: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (Vol. 2, pp. 862-880). IGI Global.
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    2013 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., Hill, S. R., Hague, W., & Goldberg, S. (2013). A transaction cost assessment of a pervasive technology solution for gestational diabetes. In Healthcare Information Technology Innovation and Sustainability: Frontiers and Adoption (pp. 109-126). IGI Global.
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    2011 Troshani, I., Wickramasinghe, N., & Goldberg, S. (2011). A Transaction Cost Economics Assessment of a Diabetes Self-Management Solution. In Matthew Guah (Ed.), Healthcare Delivery Reform and New Technologies: Organizational Initiatives (1 ed., pp. 276-293). United States: IGI Global.
    2010 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., & Goldberg, S. (2010). An investigation into the use of pervasive wireless technologies to support diabetes self-care. In A. Coronato (Ed.), Pervasive and Smart Technologies for Healthcare: Ubiquitous Methodologies and Tools (1 ed., pp. 114-129). United States: IGI Global.
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    2010 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., & Goldberg, S. (2010). A pervasive wireless knowledge management solution to address urban health inequalities with indigenous Australians. In M. Gibbons, R. Bali, & N. Wickramasinghe (Eds.), Perspectives of Knowledge Management in Urban Health (Healthcare Delivery in the Information Age) (1 ed., pp. 95-114). United States: Springer.
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    2009 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2009). Shaping Regulation in the Australian Mobile Industry. In In Lee (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Telecommunications Planning and Management for Business Volume I (pp. 88-107). USA: IGI Global.
    2009 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2009). Towards Theory Development for Emergent E-Business Innovations: Using Convergent Interviewing to Explore the Adoption of XBRL in Australia. In In Lee (Ed.), Emergent Strategies for E-Business Processes, Services, and Implications: Advancing Corporate Frameworks (pp. 205-222). United States: IGI Global.
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    2008 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2008). A proposed framework for mobile services adoption: A review of existing theories, extensions, and future research directions. In G. Karmakar, & L. Dooley (Eds.), Mobile Multimedia Communications: Concepts, Applications, and Challenges (pp. 85-108). USA: IGI Global.
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    2008 Troshani, I., & Hill, S. R. (2008). A proposed framework for mobile services adoption: A review of existing theories, extensions, and future research directions. In Multimedia Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (Vol. 1, pp. 193-215). IGI Global.
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  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2014 Troshani, I., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2014). Tackling complexity in e-health with actor-network theory. In R. Sprague (Ed.), Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (pp. 2994-3003). online: IEEE.
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    2013 Fradley, K., Rampersad, G., & Troshani, I. (2013). Developing green is through translation: The case of an environmental sustainability tool. In Proceedings of the 24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems.
    Scopus1
    2013 Rampersad, G., & Troshani, I. (2013). Innovation in the digital economy: The impact of high-speed broadband on innovating SMEs. In Proceedings of the 24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems.
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    2013 Troshani, I., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2013). The wow factor of e-health. In 26th Bled eConference - eInnovations: Challenges and Impacts for Individuals, Organizations and Society, Proceedings (pp. 359-369).
    2012 Troshani, I., Goldberg, S., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2012). Adoption of pervasive e-health solutions: the need for an appropriate regulatory framework. In 18th Americas Conference on Information Systems 2012, AMCIS 2012 Vol. 3 (pp. 2400-2408). Seattle, Washington: AIS Electronic Library.
    2012 Fradley, K., Troshani, I., Rampersad, G., & de Ionno, P. (2012). An organizing vision perspective on Green IS development. In International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2012 Vol. 2 (pp. 1713-1728).
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    2011 Troshani, I., Rampersad, G., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2011). On cloud nine? An integrative risk management framework for cloud computing. In N. Wickramasinghe, U. Lechner, A. Pucihar, J. Gricar, & M. Babnik (Eds.), 24th Bled eConference - eFuture: Creating Solutions for the Individual, Organisations and Society, Proceedings (pp. 15-26). Bled, SLOVENIA: UNIV MARIBOR.
    Scopus5 WoS1
    2011 Troshani, I. (2011). Institutionalizing XBRL in the UK: an organizing vision perspective. In Proceedings of ECIS2011 (pp. 1-12). CDROM and online: ICT and Sustainable Services Development.
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    2011 Rampersad, G., & Troshani, I. (2011). Bifocal technology adoption: a case study of a technology transfer tool. In Proceedings of PACIS 2011, the15th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems: Quality Research in Pacific (pp. 1-17). online: AISeL.
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    2010 Goldberg, S., Troshani, I., Rao Hill, S., Hague, W., & Wickramasinghe, N. (2010). A pervasive technology solution for diabetes using gestational diabetes as a model. In Proceedings of AMCIS 2010 Vol. 3 (pp. 1-21). online: AMCIS.
    2010 Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I., & Goldberg, S. (2010). DiaMonD: Developing a diabetes monitoring device in the australian context. In Proceedings of 23rd Bled eConference (pp. 210-233). CD: BLED econference.
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    2010 Troshani, I., Jerram, C., & Gerrard, M. (2010). Exploring the organizational adoption of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) in the Australian public sector. In Proceedings of the 21st Australasian Conference on Information Systems (pp. 1-12). www: AIS.
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    2010 Rampersad, G., & Troshani, I. (2010). Emerging trends of ICT adoption in innovation contexts: A network framework. In Proceedings of the 14th PACIS 2010 (pp. 1-8). CD: National Taiwan University.
    2009 Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2009). Adoption of Personalisation Mobile Services: Evidence from Young Australians. In Proceedings of the 22nd Bled eConference (pp. 117-132). CD: University of Maribor.
    Scopus3 WoS2
    2009 Rao Hill, S., Troshani, I., & Davidson, R. (2009). Developing an e-collaboration framework for knowledge sharing in the Australian wine-making industry: Research in progress. In Proceedings of ACIS2009 (pp. 882-893). CD: Monash University.
    2009 Troshani, I., & Lymer, A. (2009). Translation in XBRL Standardization: An Actor-Network View. In Proceedings of ACIS2009 (pp. 775-784). CD: Monash University.
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    2009 Troshani, I., & Lymer, A. (2009). Translation in XBRL standardization: An actor- network view. In ACIS 2009 Proceedings - 20th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (pp. 775-784).
    2008 Troshani, I., & Hill, S. R. (2008). Regulating the mobile telecommunications industry: The case of Australia. In K. S. Soliman (Ed.), Innovation and Knowledge Management in Business Globalization: Theory and Practice - Proceedings of the 10th International Business Information Management Association Conference Vol. 1-2 (pp. 786-795). Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA: INT BUSINESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ASSOC-IBIMA.
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    2007 Rampersad, G., Quester, P., & Troshani, I. (2007). Management of multi-sectoral innovation networks. In D. Magnusson (Ed.), Proceedings of the 8th International CINet Conference (pp. 1-11). www: CINet.
    2007 Rampersad, G., Quester, P., & Troshani, I. (2007). Network Management of Multi-Sectoral Innovation. In P. Naude (Ed.), Proceedings of the IMP 2007 Conference (pp. 1-13). UK: Manchester Business School.
    2007 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2007). Understanding the diffusion of mobile services using stakeholder theory. In Piet Kommers (Ed.), Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference, e-Society 2007 (pp. 185-195). CDROM: IADIS Press.
    2007 Rampersad, G., Quester, P., & Troshani, I. (2007). Towards more reliable network scales. In Ken Deans (Ed.), Proceedings of ANZMAC 2007 (pp. 822-829). CDROM: Australia & NZ Marketing Academy.
    2007 Rampersad, G., Quester, P., & Troshani, I. (2007). Managing innovation networks: An exploratory study. In Ken Deans (Ed.), Proceedings of ANZMAC 2007 (pp. 912-919). CDROM: Australia & NZ Marketing Academy.
    2006 Troshani, I., & Doolin, B. (2006). Diffusion of a networked innovation: A stakeholder and social network view. In J. Ljungberg, & M. Andersson (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Information Systems (pp. CDROM1-CDROM12). CDROM: IT University of Goteborg.
    2006 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2006). Realizing value through E-business: Views from the Australian Financial Services Industry. In K. Soliman (Ed.), Proceedings of the 6th International Business Information Management Association Conference (pp. CDROM291-CDROM300). CDROM: IBIMA.
    2006 Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2006). Country and channel selection for distributing Australian mobile content in emerging and developed overseas markets: An exploratory study. In D. Ho (Ed.), Proceedings of ABBSA 2006 (pp. CDROM1-CDROM18). CDROM: University of Adelaide.
    2006 Gururajan, R., Moloney, C., Troshani, I., Rao Hill, S., & Gururajan, V. (2006). Enabling factors for wireless handheld technology: perspectives from Queensland healthcare. In C. Ho (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference for the ABBSA (pp. CDROM1-CDROM15). CDROM: University of Adelaide.
    2006 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2006). A conceptual framework and propositions for the acceptance of mobile services. In IMB2006. University of Western Sydney.
    2005 Troshani, I., & Doolin, B. (2005). Drivers and inhibitors impacting technology adoption: A qualitative investigation into the Australian experience with XBRL. In D. Vogel, P. Walden, J. Gricar, & G. Lenart (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th Bled eConference 'eIntegration in Action' (pp. CD ROM 1-CD ROM 16). CD ROM: Moderna organizacija.
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    2005 Rao Hill, S., & Troshani, I. (2005). Do e-business investments create competitive advantage: Perspectives from the Australian banking and financial services industry. In W. Cheung, & T. Du (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Electronic Business (pp. 274-278). Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
    2005 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2005). Assessing E-learning effectiveness: Developing strategies for pedagogy, resources and delivery. In W. Cheung, & T. Du (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Electronic Business (pp. 346-354). Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
    2005 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2005). Effective internet marketing: An integrated approach used by educational institutions. In W. Cheung, & T. Du (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Electronic Business (pp. 419-424). Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
    2005 Troshani, I., & Rao Hill, S. (2005). IT-generated competitive advantage: A conceptual framework to assess strategic IT investments. In A. Athiyaman, & E. Shehadie (Eds.), Proceedings of the Australasian Business and Behavioural Sciences Association Conference (pp. 242-257). CD ROM: ABBSA.

1. Australian Grape and Wine Authority (AGWA)
Chief Investigator, with Dr Sally Rao Hill, Dr Steve Goodman, and Dr George Tan
“Harnessing Chinese social media and accelerating Australian wine exports”, 2016, $47,265.90.

2. University of Adelaide, Interdisciplinary Research Grant Scheme 2016 (jointly funded by Faculties of Professions and ECMS). Co-investigator, with Assoc Prof David Brown (Principal Investigator) and Dr Nickolas Falkner, Dr Yuval Yarom, Dr Sally Rao Hill. "Disruptive Innovation: blockchain technology", 2016, $22,530.

 

Accounting Information Systems

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  • Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2021 Principal Supervisor Current State of Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosures in Higher Education in Australia Master of Philosophy Master Part Time Mrs Jiyoung Kim
    2020 Co-Supervisor WHO’S GOT YOUR BACK? AUDIT COMMITTEE INFLUENCE ON INTERNAL AUDIT DECISION MAKING AND COMMITMENT. Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Katherine Fordham
    2019 Co-Supervisor Key Audit Matters, Uncertainty Disclosures, and Auditors Accountability Perceptive and Fair Value Decisions Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Jin Ma
  • Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2018 - 2020 Principal Supervisor Open Banking: Does it Open up a New way of Banking?
    A Case of Financial Technology Adoption from a Consumer's Perspective
    Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Ms Rebecca Chan
    2018 - 2021 Co-Supervisor Investigating the Service Quality of Artificial Intelligence Service Agents Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Nurhafihz Bin Noor
    2018 - 2020 Co-Supervisor Determinants of Customer Intentions to use Self-Service Technology-Based Options for Recoveries Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Thuc Nghi Le
    2016 - 2020 Co-Supervisor Essays on Economic and Behavioural Consequences of CSR Reporting Regulations Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Abdifatah Ahmed Haji
    2013 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Consumer Reactions to Deal Popularity Information: Cue Congruency, Perceived Authenticity, Service Types, and Cultural Difference Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Chia-Yin Kao
    2011 - 2015 Principal Supervisor Social Media Adoption and Impact in Australian Local Government Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Mohd Hisham Bin Sharif
    2006 - 2008 Co-Supervisor Management of Innovation Networks in Technology Transfer Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Giselle Rampersad
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  • Memberships

    Date Role Membership Country
    2015 - ongoing Member Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Australia
  • Editorial Boards

    Date Role Editorial Board Name Institution Country
    2018 - ongoing Associate Editor International Journal of Accounting Information Systems Elsevier Netherlands
    2017 - ongoing Board Member Ajis : Australasian Journal of Information Systems Deakin University Australia
    2016 - ongoing Board Member Issues in Information Systems International Association for Computer Information Systems United States
    2011 - ongoing Board Member International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations Inderscience Publishers Switzerland
    2011 - ongoing Board Member Journal of Computer Information Systems Taylor and Francis United Kingdom
    2010 - ongoing Board Member International Journal of e-Business Research IGI Global United States
  • Position: Professor - Accounting Info Systems
  • Phone: 83135526
  • Email: indrit.troshani@adelaide.edu.au
  • Fax: 8223 4782
  • Campus: North Terrace
  • Building: Nexus 10, floor 13
  • Room: 13 60
  • Org Unit: Adelaide Business School

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