Power and Politics and Their Interrelationship with Management Accounting Change

By Hassan Yazdifar, Davood Askarany, Saeed Askary and Alireza Daneshfar.

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Power and Politics and Their Interrelationship with Management Accounting Change

Keywords: Management Accounting, Change, Power, Politics

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.149-158. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.927MB).

Dr Hassan Yazdifar

Dr Hassan Yazdifar is a lecturer in accounting at the University of Sheffield, UK.Dr Hassan Yazdifar is a lecturer in accounting. Prior to joining Sheffield in 2001, he has taught at several universities in the UK (i.e., the universities of Manchester and UMIST) and also overseas. Hassan has facilitated several seminars and has taught on a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. He is currently module leader for one of the compulsory accounting modules on the full-time postgraduate course (Leisure Management Programme), one MBA module (Strategic Management Accounting) and two undergraduate modules (Introduction to Management Accounting and Introduction to Financial Accounting). In addition he is a member of IT Committee. Hassan is financial board member and consultant for some local and national companies.

Davood Askarany

Dr Askarany is a lecturer at the University of Auckland.Dr Askarany is a lecturer at the University of Auckland. Prior to joining the University of Auckland he was a research associate at the University of South Australia (UNISA). He has also taught management accounting courses at different universities and institutions for last twenty years. He has got his PhD from UNISA and was nominated as the best postgraduate student (research) of the year in University of South Australia in 2003. He has been an active researcher and one of his paper was selected for the best paper of the year award of "US Informing Science and Information Technology Conference" in 2004. Please see Journal of Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, (2004)1, 179-188). For further information please visit his website at:http://staff.business.auckland.ac.nz/daskarany

Saeed Askary

Dr Saeed Askary is a lecturer in Accounting at the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Deakin University.Dr Saeed Askary is a lecturer in Accounting at the School of Accounting,Economics and Finance, Deakin University since 2003. Saeed has taught Auditing and Financial Accounting Theory and acted as the Unit Chair and Unit coordinator since that time. Since he joined to the School, he participated in different academic roles and published about 10 papers in referral conferences and journals.

Alireza Daneshfar

Dr. Alireza Daneshfar is an associate professor of accounting at the University of New Haven, CT, U.S.Alireza's scholarly research includes investigation of issues related to business performance evaluation, alliances and joint ventures formation and performance, quality of reported earnings and investors' use of accounting information. He has taught accounting graduate and undergraduate courses such as current topics in financial reporting, advanced accounting theory, intermediate accounting and financial accounting seminars for executives. He is the editor of working paper series at UNH School of Business and has been member of committees such as graduate curriculum, budget and development and academic computing facilities. His professional work experience includes eight years of practice as business consultant, CFO and Auditor. Alireza is financial board member and consultant for some local and national companies in the Northeast, U.S. and also advisor to the CGA-Research Center at University of Ottawa.

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