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Medhat Endrawes

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  • Title: Doctor
  • Position: Lecturer - Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance
  • Qualifications: PhD

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Areas of Expertise

  • Auditing and financial accounting

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Dr Medhat Endrawes is a lecturer in accounting and auditing at Macquarie University, Australia. His main teaching is auditing and assurance services, advanced auditing and financial accounting. His research interest is audit judgement, and this is reflected in his PhD which involves audit judgment in different cultures. Dr Endrawes has many publications in international journals and conferences.

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy: Auditing (University of Western Sydney)
  • Master of Commerce: Accounting (University of New South Wales)
  • Bachelor of Commerce: Accounting (Zagazig University)

Research grants

  • 2004 The relationship between the self and students' performance - UWS
  • 2005 The factors which influence students' performance - UWS
  • 2006 Why students leave Universities - the case of UWS - UWS

Current projects

  • Social and environmental reporting within Australian universities: an accountability perspective
  • Events and political forces that have influenced IFRS adoption
  • Audit committee characteristics and financial reporting comparability
  • 2011 Auditors' Professional scepticism in Australia and Japan

Research areas

  • Audit judgment
  • Audit risk
  • Corporate governance
  • International accounting/cross-cultural research
  • Accounting education

Publications

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  • Mbuki, J., Endrawes, M & Hellmann, A.  (2015), Effects of Personal Values on Ethical Judgments in an Auditor-Client Conflict Scenario: The case of Kenya, Corporate Ownership & Control Journal, 13 (1): 490-501.
  • Huang, L., Endrawes, M & Hellmann, A. (2015) An Experimental Examination of the effect of client size and auditors industry specialization on time pressure in Australia, Corporate Ownership & Control Journal, 12(4): 398- 408.
  • Endrawes, M. (2014).The costs and benefits of identity authentication and security checks. The Journal of Theoretical Accounting Research. 2 (1), 71-92. 
  • Endrawes, M. (2013).  The Relationship between demographic variables, individualism and collectivism of professional accountants: the case of Australia and Egypt.   International Journal on Global Business Management and Research, 2 (1), 5-15.
  • Urboniene, A., Endrawes, M., & Matawie, K. (2013).  The Relationship between students thinking styles and professional scepticism.   International Journal on Global Business Management and Research, 1 (2), 5-13.
  • Endrawes, M. & Matawie, K. (2005) The Relationship Between Individualism/collectivism and professional commitment. International Scope Review, Vol 7 (12).
  • Endrawes, M. & Endrawes, G. (2004) "The relationship between the self and students performance." International Learning Journal. V 12, (P. 785-792), Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd. Australia.

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  • Endrawes, M., Endrawes, G. & Matawie, K. (2006), Locus of Control and Students' Performance. In Juchau, R & Tibbits, G. Celebrating Accounting. pp. 57-71, Penrith, University of Western Sydney.
  • Endrawes, M. and Matawie, K. (2003), Demographic variables and Power distance between Professional Accountants: A Cross-Cultural Study; International Business Interface; Alfred University Press. ISBN 0-9604962
  • Endrawes, M., & Matawie, K. (2002). Accountants Professional Commitment, Rule Observance and Culture - An Empirical Approach. In A. Roberson, & Bearn, M (Ed.), Exploring Cultural Perspective and Globalization, (pp. 319-330). Canada: ICRN Press

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  • Endrawes, M (2013) An Experimental Examination of the effect of client size and auditors industry specialization on time pressure in Australia, The first IBEA-International Conference on Business, Economics and Accounting, 2-4 October, Chaing Mai, Thailand.
  • Endrawes, M (2011) The Impact of Culture on Auditors' Judgments consensus, Accounting and Audit Convergence, Cluj Napoca, Transylvania, Romania September 21-23.
  • Endrawes, M (2009) Empirical Investigation of Culture and its Relation to Auditor's Professional Scepticism: The Case of Australia and Egypt, Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, November 22-24.
  • Endrawes, M (2007) The Impact of Culture on Auditors' Judgments the 7th International Seminar on the Theories of China's Finance & Economics and Frontline Practice, Harbin, China July 21-23. 
  • Endrawes, M. & Matawie, K. (2005) The Relationship Between Individualism/collectivism and professional commitment. Malta, July 2-4.
  • Endrawes, M. (2004) The Relationship Between Locus of Control and Students' Performance: A Culture Perspective; Exploring Cultural Perspectives Conference in Florence, Italy, 12-17 July.
  • Endrawes, M. (2004) The Relationship Between the Self and the Students' Performance: A Culture Perspective, Eleventh International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning, at the Coj√É­mar Pedagogical Convention Centre, Havana, Cuba. 27-30 June. ISSN: 1447-9494
  • Endrawes, M. and Matawie, K. (2003) The Impact of Demographic Variables on Individualism and Collectivism For Professional Accountants: The case of Australia and Egypt, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
  • Endrawes, M. and Matawie, K. (2002), Professional Commitments & Rules observances in different culture, The International Cultural Research Conference, Brasilia Catholic University, July, Brazil. ISBN 0-9731056-1-5
  • Endrawes, M. (2000), Audit Judgment and Culture, 4th International Conference on Accounting, Commerce and Finance - Islamic Perspective, February, Palmerston North, New Zealand
  • Endrawes, M. and Hunt, J. (1998), Professional Orientations and Cultural Differences amongst Accountants from Egypt and Australia 12th ANZAM International Conference, Adelaide, Australia

Professional Membership

  • CPA Certified practice accountant of: CPA Australia, Sydney Australia
  • AFAANZ of: Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand, Australia and New Zealand

Affiliations / activities

  • The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia 
  • CPA Australia

Community engagement

  • Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
  • Review CPA auditing, assurance and ethics handbook 2011
  • Review Gay & Simnett , auditing & assurance service in Australia 2010

Teaching

  • Undergraduate: Auditing and Assurance Services, Advanced Auditing, Introduction to Financial Accounting, Financial Accounting, Accounting for Managers, Accounting Theory and Advanced Financial Accounting.
  • Graduate: Auditing and Assurance services, International Accounting & Forensic Accounting.