Hugues Boisvert, Lambert Jerman, Caroline Lambert, Alexander Mersereau, Samuel Sponem
Producing accounting information involves more than just basic technique. It is a complex practice carried out by people, organizations and institutions, including professions. The conditions of this practice affect the reliability, relevance and impact of accounting, control and costing mechanisms.
The Chair will therefore focus on the work of management accountants and controllers:
- What is the work of accountant and controllers?
- How are they positioned within organizations?
- What dilemmas are they facing?
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