Department PhD course: Accounting in its Social and Organisational Context

Nordic PhD Program in Management Accounting

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Monday 21 October 2013, at 13:00 - Tuesday 22 October 2013, at 15:00


Fuglesangs Allé 4, 8210 Aarhus V, Building 2610, room S521B

The purpose of the course is to give participants knowledge on how accounting can be studied, taking as the point of departure that accounting as practice, intentionally or unintentionally, influences the knowledge base, discussions and events in society and in organisations. The course takes both a methodological and a theoretical perspective on the subject, using an international perspective, but also following the Scandinavian research traditions. The course also intends to develop the participants’ ability to communicate research in both written and oral forms.

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The course is conducted in Scandinavian languages, or in English.  

The course consists of 3 meetings, each 2 days. The meetings begin at 13:00 on the first day and end around 15:00 on the second day. Participants may expect that the first day will end relatively late .

Meeting 1:
23-24 September 2013, Norwegian School of Economics, Bergen.

Meeting 2:
21-22 October 2013, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, Building 2610, room S521B

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Meeting 3:
26-27 November 2013, School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg.

Course participants are responsible for their own costs of travel and overnight arrangements.  

Accommodation and travel
Unfortunately, there is no accommodation on campus. Use the links below for more information on accommodation and travel.

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The course is limited to 15 participants. Registration deadline: 1 September 2013.

To register, please send an e-mail including your PhD project description to:

Susanne Christensen, PhD Supporter,
Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences
Department of Economics and Business


Inquiries regarding the course should be addressed to:

Hanne Nørreklit:

Gudrun Baldvinsdottir:

Olov Olson: