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Professor Anna Vysotskaya

Financial Accounting

Southern Federal University

Dr Anna Vysotskaya has over two years of administrative work experience in Economy and Planning at Southern Federal University, Russia, and more than 10 years of expertise in teaching accounting and audit courses. She specializes in data analytics, accounting and audit industry 4.0, IFRS translations and mathematical matrix examples, while also teaching introductory accounting. She has a strong inclination towards managerial decision models, business and financial modeling, and tax planning.

Anna has been the designated Guest Editor of Accounting Education (Taylor & Francis) since 2014 and is an ad hoc reviewer for journals including Economic Alternatives (Bulgaria) and Advanced Business and Finance (Canada). She is an active participant in international conferences and is well-connected to the international community of researchers. She acted as a Visiting Professor at the University of Vienna, Austria, in 2014, and at Woosong University, South Korea, in 2017.

In 2006 Anna graduated from Rostov State University (SFedU), Russia, with honors in economics. In 2007 she graduated from Rostov State Economic University (RINH), Russia, with a degree in linguistics and translation. Currently she is an Associate Professor at Southern Federal University, with principal educational and scientific interest in accounting.

Anna defended her doctoral thesis in 2012, specialising in 08.00.10 - Finance, credit, currency, and 08.00.12 - Accounting and Statistics, at Southern Federal University. She has gained experience of scientific and educational activities in the Department of Accounting, Analysis and Audit since 2006. In 2017 she worked as a Research Assistant Professor in South Korea.

Her principal research interests include accounting and analysis, financial accounting, fundamentals of accounting, accounting for trade, modern forms of accounting, and Taxes. She is a member of the European Accounting Association (since 2010), the American Accounting Association (since 2011), and the Association of Accounting Historians. She is the author of more than 30 publications, of which four are in journals indexed by SCOPUS.