- Dr Ogan Yigitbasioglu
- Senior Lecturer
QUT Business School,
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- Accounting, Auditing and Accountability
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PhD in Accounting Information Systems
accounting information systems, management accounting, performance dashboards, cloud computing
Dr Ogan Yigitbasioglu is Senior Lecturer at the School of Accountancy, QUT. He previously worked as Assistant Professor at the Hanken School of Economics in Finland where he taught several courses in Accounting and Accounting Information Systems. He also served as Assistant Director of the Controller Performance Program at Hanken & Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education.
Dr Yigitbasioglu’s research lies at the intersection of accounting and information systems. He has published extensively on the adoption, use, and impact of various business technologies on (management) accounting. These include, among others, cloud computing, performance dashboards, and integrated information systems. His articles appeared in journals such as the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, and the Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change. His paper titled “Information Sharing with Key Suppliers: A Transaction Cost Theory Perspective” received the Emerald Highly Commended Paper Award in 2011. He regularly reviews papers for these journals.
His research has attracted grants of over $70,000 in Australia (including CAANZ) and Finland from both the public and private sector.
Dr Yigitbasioglu is extensively involved in HDR student supervision. He currently supervises several HDR students at QUT. He supervised more than 10 HDR theses to completion before joining QUT. He holds a PhD and MSc in Accounting Information Systems. He is a member of the European Accounting Association.
Accounting Information Systems
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