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Associate Professor Mark Wilson

Research School of Accounting

Position: Associate Professor; Deputy Director (Research)
Email: mark.wilson@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 53659
Office: Room 2056, PAP Moran Bld (26B)
CV: CV (.PDF, 293KB)

Associate Professor Mark Wilson

Qualifications

BEc, GradDipAcc, MComm, PhD(ANU), FCPA. 

Biography

Mark Wilson is the Deputy Director (Research) in the Research School of Accounting at the ANU. His research interests include accounting, economic and business history, earnings quality, the response of markets and securities analysts to financial reporting information and transaction cost economics.

Mark is an Editor (Financial Accounting) of Accounting and Finance, and Associate Editor (Audit) of the Australian Journal of Management. He has published in leading journals, including Contemporary Accounting ResearchAuditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, the Journal of Business Finance and AccountingAccounting and Business Research, Accounting and Finance, the Journal of Business Ethics,  the Journal of Management Information Systems and Abacus. Mark's PhD thesis was awarded the SJ Butlin Prize for the best dissertation completed in Australia or New Zealand between 2006-08 in the area of Economic history. Mark is an active researcher and supervisor at the Doctoral and Hons. levels, and was a member of the AFAANZ 2013 and 2014 Technical Committee (Financial Accounting).

Discipline(s)

  • Accounting
  • Commerce
  • Economic history

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