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Buckby, Sherrena, Best, Peter, & Stewart, Jenny (2008) The current state of information technology governance literature. In Cater-Steel, Aileen (Ed.) Information Technology Governance and Service Management Frameworks and Adaptions. Information Science Reference (IGI Global), Hershey PA USA, pp. 1-43.
MacKenzie, Kim, Buckby, Sherrena, & Irvine, Helen J. (2013) Business research in virtual worlds : possibilities and practicalities. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 26(3), pp. 352-373.
Buckby, Sherrena (2013) "The accounting conference". Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 26(3), pp. 498-499.
Van Akkeren, Jeanette, Buckby, Sherrena, & MacKenzie, Kim (2013) A metamorphosis of the traditional accountant : an insight into forensic accounting services in Australia. Pacific Accounting Review, 25(2), pp. 188-216.
MacKenzie, Kim, Buckby, Sherrena, & Irvine, Helen J. (2009) A framework for evaluating business lead users' virtual reality innovations in Second Life. Electronic Commerce Research, 9(3), pp. 183-202.
Munro, Lois A. & Buckby, Sherrena (2008) Audit committee regulation in Australia : how far have we come? Australian Accounting Review, 18(4), pp. 310-323.
Best, Peter J., Buckby, Sherrena, & Tan, Clarice (2001) Evidence of the audit expectation gap in Singapore. Managerial Auditing Journal, 16(3), pp. 134-144.
Buckby, Sherrena, Best, Peter J., & Stewart, Jenny D. (2005) The Role of Boards in Reviewing Information Technology Governance (ITG) as part of organizational control environment assessments. In Cusack, B. (Ed.) 2005 IT Governance International Conference, 14-16th November, Auckland, New Zealand. (Unpublished)
Buckby, Sherrena (2011) Exploring the role of the governing body (board) in information technology governance : a study of Australian universities. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Buckby, Sherrena (1994) A study of Australian audit committee operations and effectiveness. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.