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 Emeritus Professor Michael Gaffikin

Areas of Expertise: Accounting Theory, History, Alternative Research Methodologies, Social & Environmental Accounting, Public Sector Accounting

Michael took up his position as Professor and Head of (the then) Department of Accounting & Finance in January 1988. Prior to this he had been at the University of Sydney for ten years, having gone there from New Zealand where he had received most of his early education. During his time as Head of the Department he was also Deputy Dean and Chair of The Faculty’s Research Committee. He was later appointed Associate Dean (Research) of the Faculty. He has now retired from full time involvement with the University. He has from time to time had appointments and visiting positions at many other universities.

His major research interests accounting theory and the development of accounting thought. This has led to his interest in alternative methodologies for accounting research and theory. He has published several books the latest of which is Accounting Theory, Research, Regulation and Accounting Practice. He has also published several articles in leading international journals as well as presented seminars in many parts of the world. He has taught several courses including those in financial accounting, theory, history and research methodology. He has supervised a large number of doctoral theses.

Michael is a member of the editorial board of several international journals. He has been actively involved with accounting professional bodies and he served as Chairman of the ASCPA's National Education and Membership Committee and its NSW Universities Committee and has been the AVCC representative on the (then) PASB Consultative Committee.

 

Selected Bibliographical Publications (Highlighted papers best describe how he thinks)

Liu, T. & Gaffikin, M. J. (2009). Emergence and Development of Chinese Stock Market. International Area Review, 12 (1), 193-227.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2009). Twenty-one years of critical resistance-almost: A reflection. Accounting Forum, 33 (4), 268-273.
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Gaffikin, M. (2009). Being in accounting for a time. In J. Baxter & C. Poullaos (Eds.), Practices, profession and pedagogy in accounting: essays in honour of Bill Birkett (pp. 55-77). Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2009). Education for an accounting profession. Pacific Accounting Review, 21 (2), 170-185.
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Gaffikin, M. J. (2008). Accounting Theory: Research, regulation and accounting practice. (1 ed.). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

Mustafa, H. & Gaffikin, M. J. (2007). State ideology, utopian society and accounting. APIRA 2007 - Auckland (pp. 1-39). Auckland: APIRA.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2007). Accounting Research and Theory: The Age of neo-empiricism. Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal, 1 (1), 1-17.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2006). Regulation: standardising accounting practice. University of Wollongong Working Paper Series, 06 (22), 1-18.

Lodh, S. C. & Gaffikin, M. J. (2006). Implementation of an integrated accounting and cost management system using SAP system: a field study. In R. Juchau & G. Tibbits (Eds.), Celebrating Accounting (pp. 108-137). Penrith South, N.S.W: University of Western Sydney.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2006). The critique of accounting theory. University of Wollongong Working Paper Series, 06 (25), 1-21.

Irvine, H. J. & Gaffikin, M. J. (2006). Getting in, getting on and getting out: reflections on a qualitative research project. Accounting Auditing and Accountability Journal, 19 (1), 115-145.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2005). Accounting Research and Theory: the age of neoempiricism University of Wollongong Working Paper Series (pp. 1-21) online : School of Accounting & Finance, University of Wollongong.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2005). Regulation as Accounting Theory University of Wollongong Working Paper Series online : School of Accounting & Finance, University of Wollongong.

Mustaf, H. & Gaffikin, M. J. (2005). On Making Implicit Explicit: A Researcher, The Research Context and Accounting Knowledge. 2005 Critical Perspectives on Accounting (pp. 1). http://aux.zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/cpa2005/: Baruch College, CUNY.

Lodh, S. C. & Gaffikin, M. J. (2005). Critical Studies in Accounting Research, Rationality and Habermas: A Methodological Reflection. In W. N. Funnell & R. B. Williams (Eds.), Critical and Historical Studies in Accounting (pp. 155-204). Frenchs Forest: Pearson Education Australia.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2005). The Idea of Accounting. In W. N. Funnell & R. B. Williams (Eds.), Critical and Historical Studies in Accounting (pp. ix-xx). Sydney: Pearson.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2005). Creating a Science of Accounting: accounting theory to 1970 University of Wollongong Working Paper Series (pp. 1-20) online : School of Accounting & Finance, University of Wollongong.

Gaffikin, M. J. & Mirshekary, S. (2004). Current Corporate Financial Disclosure Practices in the Middle East. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 2 (2), 105-118.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2003). Editorial: The Evil That Men Do Lives After Them. Accounting Forum, 27 (3), 247-250.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2003). The A Priori Wars: The Modernisation of Accounting Thought. Accounting Forum, 27 (3), 291-311.

Lodh, S. C. & Gaffikin, M. J. (2003). Implementation of an integrated accounting and cost management system using the SAP system: a field study. The European Accounting Review, 12 (1), 85-121.

Gaffikin, M. J., Dagwell, R. & Wines, G. (2001). Corporate Accounting in Australia. (2 ed.). Sydney, Australia: UNSW Press.

Gaffikin, M. J. (2000). Chambers on Methods of Inquiry. Abacus, 36 (3), 285-297.

Kim, S. & Gaffikin, M. J. (2000). Decolonising Methodology: The Voice Unheard. In L. Kirkham & K. Robson (Eds.), Sixth Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference IPA 2000 (PDF's) on CDRom Manchester, UK: University of Manchester.

Lodh, S. C. & Gaffikin, M. J. (2000). Implementation of an Integrated Accounting and Cost Management System Using the SAP System: A Critical Study. In L. Kirkham & K. Robson (Eds.), Sixth Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference IPA 2000 (PDF's) on CDROM (pp. 1). Manchester, UK: University of Manchester.

Garrett-Jones, S. E., Turpin, T., Aylward, D. K., Speak, G., Gaffikin, M. J., Johnston, R. & MacLeod, R. (2000). Diversity and Convergence: Research Funding and Patterns of Research Activity in Australian universities. (0 ed.). Canberra, Australia: Australian Research Council.

Gaffikin, M. J., Mir, M. & Lodh, S. C. (2000). Commercialisation and Financial Management Reforms: Explorations of 'New Knowledge Creation' by a Public Sector Agency. In L. Kirkham & K. Robson (Eds.), Sixth Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference IPA 2000 (PDF's) on CDROM (pp. 1). Manchester, UK: Unniversity of Manchester.

Lodh, S. C. & Gaffikin, M. J. (1997). Critical Studies in Accounting Research, Rationality and Habermas: A Methodological Reflection. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 8 433-474.




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