Accounting and Financial Management
Professor Russell Craig
- Qualifications: BCom (Hons), MCom, Ph.D (N'cle, NSW)
- Role Title: Professor, Accounting and Financial Management
- Address: Richmond Building Portland Street Portsmouth PO1 3DE
- Telephone: +61 (0) 478409619
- Email: email@example.com
- Department: Accounting and Financial Management
- Faculty: Portsmouth Business School
Professor Craig is an internationally recognised scholar who has held senior academic positions at universities in Australia, United States and New Zealand. In 2000, Professor Craig was awarded the Australian National University Vice Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence.
A central concern that underlies much of Professor Craig's research is to make accounting and financial reporting better and more effective. His work exposes the folly of unquestioning acceptance of measures contained in published accounting reports and in narrative accounts by CEOs.
Professor Craig is the author of about 165 research papers, 5 research monographs and 10 book chapters. Among his seven scholarly books are CEO-Speak: The Language of Corporate Leadership (MQUP 2006, with Joel Amernic); and John Croaker: Convict Embezzler (MUP 2000, with John Booker).
Professor Craig's published research papers have appeared in many high-quality refereed international journals in accounting and related fields. Recent publications appear in Research Policy, British Journal of Management, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Journal of Business Ethics, and Accounting, Organizations and Society. He is currently an editorial board member (or editorial adviser) of Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal and Accounting and Business Research.
Introductory Financial and Management Accounting; Financial Accounting Theory; Contemporary Issues in Accounting; and International Accounting.
Financial accounting and reporting; International accounting; Accounting history; Accounting education; Accounting and labor relations; Accountability discourse of executives; Research ethics.