ASL Lindawati


Linda has been teaching for more than twenty years in Accounting and Finance courses. She has experiences as Lecturer in Indonesia and Australia.  In 2016, she joined with Binus University as  a Lecturer Specialist 3  in Accounting and Finance. Now her teaching areas are Accounting and Finance courses for under graduate, graduate program and Binus Online Learning Program.

Besides teaching, she also has an interest in research that allows her to present her research papers in prestigious Accounting & Finance conferences in Asia, Australia; and obtain many research grants from DIKTI (Directorate of Higher Education Indonesia) since 2011 up to now, she also had obtain the prestigious International Fellowship award from AAUW (American Association University of Woman)-Educational Foundation; and the winner of Best Paper Award on Socialization Management Journal, Management OJS, and Scientific Article Writing Methods, Univ Brawijya Malang, INA

Research Interests

Her research interests are managerial accounting, Sustainability Accounting, Accounting Biodiversity, Feminist and Gender in Accounting, GCG and SMEs (Entrepreneurship)


  • Indonesian Accounting Association (IAI)
  • ICMA (Australia)
  • ICSAP (Indonesia)

Peer-reviewed Journals

2017                          “Improving performance of small and medium-sized enterprises of processed food through competitive strategy, industry environment, innovation capability, and macroeconomic factors”. Journal of Applied Economic Sciences. Vol. 12; Issues (4): pp. 1175-1187

   2017                        “The digital era stages on taxation: An experimental study of text mining and pattern recognition for controlling tax on business online transaction”. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research. Vol. 15, Number 24: pp. 691-707

2015                   “Corporate Social Responsibilty: Implikasi Stakeholder dan Legitimacy Gap Dalam Pengungkapan Kinerja Perusahaan”. JAMAL. Vol. 6. No. 1; Hal. 157 – 174. Jurusan Akuntansi Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Brawijaya bekerjasama dengan Masyarakat Akuntansi Multiparadigma Indonesia (MAMI)

2015                         “Barriers to Women’s Participation in Accounting Profession in Java, Indonesia”. Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal (AABFJ) Vol. 9. No.1; pp. 89-100. UOW, Australia.

2014                         “A Study of Collective Entrepreneurship model as an Alternative in Empowering Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) Cooperatives”. Journal of Economics, Business, and Accountancy – Ventura.  Vol. 17, No. 2; pp. 171-186. PPPM – STIE Perbanas, Surabaya

2013              “Phenomenology Study for the Risk of Investing in Capital Market (Broker Perception)”. Journal of Economics, Business, and Accountancy – Ventura. Vol. 16, No. 13; pp. 237 – 250. PPPM – STIE Perbanas, Surabaya.

2012                    “The Moral Reasoning of Public Accountants in the Development of a Code of Ethics: the Case of Indonesia”. Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal (AABFJ) Vol. 6. No.1; pp. 3-28. UOW, Australia

2011                    “Women‘s [Indonesia] Experiences in the Public Accounting Profession: Why They Avoid”? Jurnal Akuntansi dan Auditing Indonesia (JAAI) Vol.12. PPA FE UII

2010             “Education into Employment? Indonesian Women and Moving from Business Education into Professional Participation”. The e-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Teaching. Vol.4; No.2; pp. 29-42