Management Control Association (MCA) Workshop

15th Feb 2013, 10:00am - 3:30pm

Edge Hill University

Management Control Association
(MCA) – Workshop

MCA is a network of researchers who are interested
in the broad area of control in organisations. The ethos of the MCA is to
develop critical insights into control processes and encourage research that
recognises the organisational, personal and social contexts of
control.

The MCA is a registered charity whose aim is to
encourage and sponsor research and scholarship. A Council is responsible for MCA
affairs, and it has a particular interest in developing new
academics.

Programme

  • 10.00am – Arrive and coffee
  • 10.30am – Implementation
    of IFMIS in the public sector of Pakistan, Tajammal Elahi, University
    of Essex
  • 11.15am – Top Management Impact on
    Budgetary Control Systems: Empirical Evidences from Chinese Electronic
    Household Appliances Industry Dr. Xiao Fu, Durham University
    Business School
  • 12.00pm – Short break
  • 12.15pm – ERP
    Systems Implementation and Internal Auditing Legitimacy in a Multinational
    organisation: An Institutional Analysis Hany
    El-bardan, Brunel
    Business School
  • 1.00pm – Lunch
  • 1.45pm – Asking the right question – the craft of formulating a purpose and an
    aim for a research paper Krister Bredmar, University of Gothenburg,
    School of Business, Economics and Law
  • 2.30pm – Measuring World Governance: Revisiting the Institutions
    Hypothesis, Mehmet Pinar, Edge
    Hill Business
    School
  • 3.15-3.30pm – Round-up and depart

Further information is available here or contact Dr Ahmed Kholeif by email