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Submitted by yayoi.moriguchi on Mon, 03/16/2015 - 1:47pm

The following academics are members of the Centre for Public Interest Accounting (CPIA):

Haskayne Professors

Philip Beaulieu
Abu Shiraz Rahaman
Jeff Everett
Cynthia Simmons
Hussein Warsame

Professors from other schools

Joel Amernic

Professor
Joseph Rotman School of Management
University of Toronto

(416) 978-2796
amernic@rotman.utoronto.ca

Joel Amernic is the author of numerous articles in major scholarly journals in accounting and cognate disciplines. He is the author or co-author of papers in Accounting Organizations and Society, Accounting Review, Accounting Historians Journal, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Vocational Behaviour, Educational and Psychological Measurement, International Journal of Accounting, British Accounting Review, Behavioral Research in Accounting, Relations Industrielles, Journal of Accounting Education, Issues in Accounting Education, Accounting Education: An International Journal, Contemporary Accounting Research, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, The Internet and Higher Education, Accounting in the Public Interest, amongst others. He has also published articles in practitioner journals.

Teri Shearer

Assistant Professor
Queen's School of Business
Queen's University

(613) 533-2318
ts16@business.queensu.ca

Teri Shearer's research draws on post-structuralist philosophy and social theory to examine the roles of accounting systems and practices in the constitution of the social world. She examines how accounting functions as a linguistic system that profoundly influences the way in which organizations - and the people within them - are understood. Her recent work has focused on ethics and accountability, and the challenges to these concepts posed by expanding global trade.

David Cooper

CGA Professor of Accounting and Director of the Business PhD Program
School of Business
University of Alberta

(780) 492-5413
david.cooper@ualberta.ca

David Cooper joined the University of Alberta in 1989. His previous appointments include University of Manchester, University of East Anglia, and University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, as well as visiting appointments at several schools in Australia, Denmark, Sweden and the US School. He is a past president of the Public Interest Section of the American Accounting Association and a founding member of the Parkland Institute, a progressive 'think tank' in Alberta.

David has written or edited seven books and over fifty book chapters and articles in academic and professional journals such as Accounting, Organizations and Society, Administrative Science Quarterly, Contemporary Accounting Research, Organisation Studies, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, and Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal.

His research focuses on power and rationality in organizations and society, and the role of accounting knowledge and institutions in shaping and changing modern society and organizations. He was a founder, and continues to be joint editor, of the international research journal, Critical Perspectives on Accounting and is a member of the Editorial Boards of several other international research journals.

Anthony Tinker

Professor
Zicklin School of Business
Baruch College City
University of New York

(646) 312-3175
TonyTinker@MSN.com

Anthony Tinker is also visiting professor at Leicester University and the University of South Australia, a founder member of the Association for Integrity in Accounting, member of the CUNY Faculty for the Development of On-Line Programs, and Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants.

He is past-council member of the American Accounting Association and past-chair of the AAA Public Interest Section, has authored and co-authored several books (Social Accounting for Corporations, 1984; Paper Prophets, 1985; and Policing Accounting Knowledge, 1995) and published numerous academic articles. He is co-editor of Critical Perspectives on Accounting and the Accounting Forum, editorial board member of several major accounting journals, and has contributed to various public policy discussions for the CNN, BBC, CBC, Pacifica Public Radio, New York Public Radio, Newsweek, and the Wall Street Journal.

Jesse Dillard

Retzlaff Chair in Accounting
The School of Business Administration
Portland State University

(503) 725-2278
jdillard@pdx.edu

Jesse Dillard currently holds the Retzlaff Chair in Accounting at Portland State University. Prior to joining the faculty there, he served on the Accounting faculties of Ohio State, University of New Mexico, and University of Central Florida. Professor Dillard received his PhD in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina, and his Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Management from Clemson University. His research, which includes numerous publications, focuses on behavioural and structural analyses of the practice of management and accounting, with specific emphasis on public interest responsibilities, ethical structures, and information systems.

Dr. Dillard's research in these areas has been published in leading academic journals such as the Accounting, Organizations, and Society, Journal of Business Ethics, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Journal of Information Systems, and Accounting, Auditing, and Accountability Journal. Dr. Dillard is also the editor of Accounting and the Public Interest and serves in various editorial capacities for several of the leading critical accounting journals.

Norman Belding Macintosh

Professor Emeritus
Queen's University

Norman Belding Macintosh has published widely in refereed and professional journals in a variety of disciplines including: accounting, organizational behaviour, strategic planning, and econometrics and his work is widely cited in various fields. He is currently a member of the editorial board of six refereed accounting journals and previously on the board of two others.

His books focusing on the behavioural, social and philosophical aspects of accounting have been well received worldwide. He was the recipient of the Canadian Academic Accounting Association awards for "Distinguished contribution to accounting thought" and "Outstanding contribution to accounting education." He has served on the executive of the American Accounting Association including chair of the Accounting, Behavioral and Organizations section.

He was a Keynote Speaker at conferences in Brazil, Scandinavia and Germany. He is currently a member of, or has been a member of, the editorial boards of eight refereed accounting journals. He has been the recipient of several research grants.

He has been a visiting professor at universities around the world including: Oxford, Birmingham, Manchester Metropolitan, Siena, Concordia, Hong Kong, New South Wales, Murdoch, and the Navel Postgraduate School, California. He has also presented invited seminars at over 30 universities in various countries.

His research has focused on the behavioural, organizational, sociological and philosophical aspects of management accounting, information and control systems. His current research interests are investigating accounting and accounting systems from poststructural and postmodern vantage points.

Jack Quarter

Professor and Associate Chair
Department of Adult Education and Counseling Psychology
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
University of Toronto

Jack Quarter specializes in the study of non-profits and cooperatives and is co-author of the recent book, What Counts: Social Accounting for Non-profits and Cooperatives (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2003). His current research includes two projects funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada: Creating a Framework for Valuing Volunteer Labour: An Interdisciplinary Approach and Converting Government-Administered Public Housing to Tenant- Managed Non-Profit Co-operatives: A Stakeholder Framework.

Dean Neu

Professor of Accounting
Schulich Business school
York University, Toronto

Professor Dean Neu is a faculty member in the Schulich School of Business at York University, Toronto, Canada. Prior to joining the faculty, he was the Director of the Centre for Public Interest Accounting and faculty member at the University of Calgary. He has been a visiting professor at the University of Alberta, the University of Toronto and Universidad de Autonoma del Estado de Morelos in Mexico. He is currently the co-editor of Critical Perspectives on Accounting.

As an accounting scholar and activist Dean is committed to unveiling the presence of accounting where we might not otherwise expect to find it, he has in numerous articles and public appearances revealed how accounting plays a mediative role between governments and population segments. Dean’s research and writing demonstrate how accounting, working hand in hand with bureaucracies, shapes and constructs societal governance. In this work, the disguise of accounting as a boring benign appendage to business and government is stripped away to reveal how accounting number play a crucial role in shaping public policy and the perceptions the public has of those policies.

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