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Dr Lin Yue is currently the Course Director of Master of Business Analytics and Lecturer in the Department of Actuarial Studies and Business Analytics at Macquarie Business School. She holds a PhD in Information Systems from UNSW, a Master's degree in Computer Science from Trinity College Dublin and a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science (Honours) with First Class Honours. Lin has published several papers on digital enablement, digital innovations and business analytics applications in leading information systems (IS) journals and conferences. Lin is also the editor of several ABDC A* journals. Lin is also an accredited Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA) (awarded to university lecturers teaching practice according to the UK Professional Standards Framework - PSF). Before Macquarie University, Lin served in different academic director roles at high-ranking universities across the globe and led academic teams for accreditation projects and course development. She also has a strong background in financial trading as a trader, including qualitative and quantitative analysis, commodities risk management and forex spot trades. Combining her robust analytical prowess and effective leadership skills, with a background in computer science and business analytics, enables her to collaborate seamlessly across various disciplines and attain high levels of research success with a focus on practical applications.


Research interests

Her research is focused on intelligent networks, digital enablement, business/ data analytics, strategic information systems and people analytics and modelling. 


BUSA1000 Introduction to Data, Analytics and People

BUSA8090 Data and Visualisation for Business


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