- Contingency theory and management accounting systems in small and medium enterprises
- Investigation of the following research question: Does contingency theory explain the choice of management accounting system in small and medium enterprises (SME’s) with particular focus on Healthcare and is the choice of management accounting system related to financial performance?
- King, Robyn and May, Cybele (2017) Healthcare management research: the central role of practice managers. The Practice Manager, 1: 18-19.
- King, Robyn and Clarkson, Peter M. (2015) Management control system design, ownership, and performance in professional service organisations. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 45 24-39. doi:10.1016/j.aos.2015.06.002
- Sullivan, Colleen and King, Robyn (2015) Longitudinal analysis of practice manager salary survey 2005-2013. The Practice Manager, 1: 10-13.
- Green, Peter, King, Robyn and Perdana, Arif (2014) Pracware survey report Not available:
- King, Robyn (2013) Management control system design, GP ownership and performance. The Practice Manager Journal, 2013 3: 8-10.
- King, Robyn and Green, Peter (2012) Governance of primary healthcare practices: Australian insights. Business Horizons, 55 6: 593-608. doi:10.1016/j.bushor.2012.07.006
- King, Robyn Louise (2012). Management control system design, ownership and performance in primary healthcare: A transaction cost economics perspective PhD Thesis, UQ Business School, The University of Queensland.
- King, Robyn, Clarkson, Peter M. and Wallace, Sandra (2010) Budgeting practices and performance in small healthcare businesses. Management Accounting Research, 21 1: 40-55. doi:10.1016/j.mar.2009.11.002
- King, R. (2008) Budget use in small healthcare businesses in Australia. The Practice Manager, 2008 1: 12-13.
- 2007 Member Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand
- 2001 Member Australian Association of Practice Managers
- 2006 Thomas Brown and Sons Ltd prize for best thesis towards the BCom Honours degree.
- 2003 Thomas Henry Nevitt Memorial Prize for most outstanding academic record BCom.
- 2003 Admitted Dean’s Honour Role for BCom.
|Investigating innovative health service redesign instigated by local Hospital and Health Service Boards and its impact on rural and remote communities||UQ Collaboration and Industry Engagement Fund||2015-2016||$73,308|