Accounting and Commercial Law


Research in Accounting focus on assessments made in financial reporting, at present through a research program intended to generate empirically and theoretically based knowledge about the possibility of establishing a robust financial reporting of intangible resources and assets, and another aimed at bringing to life and shedding light on the importance of the financial statements and income tax of events after the reporting period.

Research in Management Accounting and Control focuses on economic assessments and judgments, the management of capital investments, resource allocation and accounting history.

Researchers in accounting also conduct research on new ventures, support to new firms, and economic aspects of computers software development.

Researchers and teachers

Burns John Visiting Professor  
Dahlin Peter Senior Lecturer Publikationer i DiVA
Feicher Oksana Lecturer  
Holmstedt Matthias Senior Lecturer Publikationer i DiVA




Publikationer i DiVA

Jeanson Fredrik Lecturer  
Jollands Stephen Visiting Researcher  
Osowski  Dariusz Senior Lecturer  




Publikationer i DiVA

Sundström Angelina Senior Lecturer Publikationer i DiVA  





Voitkane  Aija Lecturer  


Programmes and projects

Accounting for intangible resources and assets (IRA) Research project
Computer software development in industrial networks Research project
Effects of regional innovation systems in new corporate survival, profitability and growth Research project
Events after the reporting period - What significance do they play for the financial statements and for income taxation? Research project
Forecasting biases and their consequences for the assessment of investments Research project
Economic aspects of computer software development Research programme
Support to new firms Research programme


Associate Professor


Senior Lecturer


Senior Lecturer