the topics covered in the book are grouped into three broad categories: 1. Governmental and public sector accounting research 2. Accounting and management control in different contexts 3. Management, organizations and institutional development
Within each of these categories, the reader will find contributions and research questions that are at the forefront of academic research. Accounting, Management Control and Institutional Development will appeal to researchers and students alike and can be used as a resource at the graduate and post-graduate levels both in Norway and internationally. Anatoli Bourmistrov, PhD, is a professor at Bodø Graduate School of Business (hhb ) /University of Nordland. He is head of the section Accounting and Management Control and program coordinator of the joint degree programs Master of Science in Energy Management and Master of Science in Sustainable Management at hhb . He is also a project manager at the High North Center at hhb /u in .
Contributors: Pawan Adhikari, Christian Eide Andvik, Anatoli Bourmistrov, James L. Chan, Barbara Czarniawska, Frøystein Gjesdal, Levi Gårseth-Nesbakk, Odd-Birger Hansen, Rowan Jones, Sten Jönsson, Katarina Kaarbøe, Chamara Kuruppu, Anita Meidell, Andrei Mineev, Jan Mouritsen, Lars Niska, Salme Näsi, Olov Olson, Inger Johanne Pettersen, Kerstin Sahlin, John Skår, and Konstantin Timoshenko.
Anatoli Bourmistrov and Olov Olson (eds.)
Olov Olson has been a professor in business administration, especially accounting, since 1988. He was first employed by the Norwegian School of Economics, and since 1998 by the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg.
Accounting, Management Control and Institutional Development
Accounting, management control and institutional development addresses important contemporary and future research problems in the fields of accounting, management control and institutional development.
Anatoli Bourmistrov & Olov Olson (eds.)