Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law

Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law

Welcome to the Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law at NHH, an ambitious and thriving environment for research and learning.

Our faculty has three main research and teaching areas: Financial Accounting and Auditing, Management Accounting and Control, and Economics, Ethics and Law.

The department has strong ties to the practice field, both in teaching and research, and attracts a high number of students.

On this web site you will find information about who we are and what we do.

Apply for a 2018 master thesis scholarship - digital transformers

PWC Stipend for masteroppgaver innen revisjonsforskning

Research highlights

Authors Title Publication

Arnt Ove Hopland, Petro Lisowsky, Mohammed Mardan and Dirk Schindler.

Flexibility in Income Shifting under Losses.

The Accounting Review, forthcoming

William Messier and Christian P. R. Pietsch

The Effects of Time Pressure on Belief Revision in Accounting: A Review Of Relevant Literature within a Pressure-Arousal-Effort-Performance Framework.

American Accounting Association, Vol. 29, No 2, pp. 51-71.

Tzu-Ting Chiu, Yuyan Guan and Jeong-Bon Kim

The Effect of Risk Factor Disclosures on the Pricing of Credit Default Swaps.

Contemporary Accounting Research

Tzu-Ting Chiu, Jeong-Bon Kim and Zheng Wang

Customers´Risk Factor Disclosures and Suppliers´ Investment Efficiency. 

Contemporary Accounting Research

Anatoli BourmistrovKatarina Kaarbøe

Tensions in Attention: Use of information from budgets and Balanced Scorecard in handling the crises in a telecom company in distress.

(JAOC) Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change, Volume 13 Issue 2.

Anita Meidell, Martin Carlsson-Wall, Kalle Kraus and Patrik Tran

Managing risk in the public sector - the interaction between vernacular and formal risk management systems.

Financial Accountability & Management 

Cardamine Carmen Olsen and Anna Gold

Future research directions at the intersection between cognitive neuroscience research and auditors´ professional skepticism.

Journal of Accounting Literature

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