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Lino Cinquini is Professor of Management Accounting at the Institute of Management, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa (Italy). His research areas are Management Accounting, Cost management, Strategic Management Accounting and Performance measurement in private and public sector. He is Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Management and Governance and currently a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change and Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management. He is also Research Board Member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA: UK).
Personal Homepage: https://www.santannapisa.it/it/lino-cinquini
Andrea Tenucci is Associate Professor of Management Accounting at the Institute of Management, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa (Italy). He got the Ph.D. in Business Economics at the University of Pisa in 2007. He has been visiting the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) and Aarhus School of Business (Denmark). His main fields of research are cost accounting and management in servitizing contexts, strategic management accounting, performance measurement and accounting history. He is furthermore doing research on the interface between management accounting and Integrated Reporting.
Personal Homepage: https://www.santannapisa.it/en/andrea-tenucci
Professor Baines is a leading international authority on servitization and spends much of his time working hands-on with both global and local manufacturing companies to understand servitization in practice and help to transform businesses. At Aston Professor Baines holds responsibility for leading the Aston Centre for Servitization Research and Practice. This is a global activity pioneering research, community development, and education on servitization. He is also the Head of the Operations and Information Management Group, and member of the Business School Executive. Prior to joining Aston he led the Manufacturing Systems Centre at Cranfield; the Product-Service Systems (PSS) theme of the EPSRC sponsored IMRC (Innovative Manufacturing Research Centre); and was a co-creator and Technical Director of the Boeing Centre in IVHM (technology systems for asset management).
Professor Alnoor Bhimani is a Professor of Management Accounting, and the Founding Director of ‘LSE Entrepreneurship’ at the London School of Economics (LSE). He holds an Undergraduate degree from King’s College London UK, an MBA from Cornell University USA. He has also obtained a PhD from London School of Economics UK. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant from Canada. His academic work and research interests include management accounting in the digital economy, international comparative financial management, strategic finance, the socio-cultural analysis of accounting systems and aspects of globalisation, governance and financial management, entrepreneurship and economic growth. He has authored over 100 publications including bestselling books in financial management, technology and digitisation.
Christopher D. ITTNER
Professor Ittner received his BS from California State University, Long Beach, his MBA from UCLA, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Harvard University. Professor Ittner’s research focuses on the design, implementation, and performance consequences of performance measurement, cost management, and enterprise risk management systems. His articles have been published in the Harvard Business Review and leading academic accounting, marketing, and operations management journals. He is an editor of The Accounting Review, and has served as senior editor at Production and Operations Management and associate editor for Accounting, Organizations and Society, Management Science, and several other academic journals. His work on the association between customer satisfaction measures and financial performance received the American Accounting Association’s Notable Contribution to Management Accounting Literature Award.
Jan Mouritsen’s research is oriented towards understanding the role of Management Technologies and Management Control in various organisational and social contexts. He focuses on empirical research and attempts to develop new ways of understanding the role and effects of controls and financial information in organisations and society. He is interested in translations and interpretations made of (numerical) representations (e.g. as in budgets, financial reports, non-financial indicators and profitability analysis) throughout the contexts they help to illuminate. His interests include Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management, Technology Management, Operations Management, New Accounting and Management Control. Jan Mouritsen is currently editorial board member of a series of academic journals in the various areas of management and business research including accounting, operations management, IT and knowledge management.
The Manufacturing and Service Accounting Research (MSAR) is a biennial conference at which worldwide scholars, researchers and practitioners debate on control, cost and performance management related issues in a wide range of business organizations, both in manufacturing and service. Previous conferences have been held in Eindhoven (1993), Bruges (1995), Edinburgh (1997), Kolding (1999), Pisa (2001), Twente (2003), Tampere (2005), Trento (2007), Münster (2009), Ghent (2010), Helsinki (2012), Copenhagen (2014), Lisbon (2016), Oslo (2018) and due to the COVID health situation, a special Webinar session in 2021.
The conference will include different types of research pertinent to the conference title. All research methodologies - either quantitative, qualitative or mixed method - are welcome.
Papers on the following topics are welcomed but not limited to:
All authors are expected to act as discussants for other papers.
the concurrent sessions
(You will be requested to select either "concurrent sessions" or "PhD track")
Guidelines for submission of your full paper :
56127 Pisa (Italy)
The academic programme of the conference will start on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 14:00; registration is open from 12:00. The conference is scheduled to end at approximately 13:00 on Friday, July 1.
We suggest either one of the Hotels in the city center from where it is 10-15 minute walk to reach the conference venue. Nice B&B can be found around the School.
Hotels in the surroundings are:
4 stars Hotels:
3 stars Hotels:
HOW TO GET THERE ?
The Galileo Galilei International Airport of Pisa has daily connections with Milan, Rome, London, Paris and many other Italian and European cities. Alitalia and many low-cost airlines have daily flights to and from Pisa Airport.
From the airport, you can reach the School by:
Pisa’s Central Train Station is connected to major cities in Italy and Europe by way of the Florence, Turin-Genoa, and Rome routes.
From the station, the school can be reached by:
Take Motorway A12 (Genova – Rosignano) - "Pisa Nord” Exit. Take the Strada Statale n.1 Aurelia Nord. When you reach “Madonna dell’Acqua,” take Via Aurelia. Turn left at the traffic light on to Viale delle Cascine. Continue straight on Via Contessa Matilde and Via del Brennero. Follow the signs for “Scuola Sant’Anna.” You’ll pass under the old city gate and reach Largo San Zeno, where you’ll find a parking lot (for a fee). Leave the car in the parking lot, turn left for Piazza Martiri della Libertà.
If the parking lot is full or if you’re looking for free parking, continue on Via del Brennero. After the roundabout, you’ll find a large free parking lot to your left with frequent shuttle buses to the old city center (on wednesday and saturday morning there is a market there and it is not allowed to park).
Details on fees and registration link will be available in due course.
Ms. Graziella Michelante - EIASM Conference Manager