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Massimo Sargiacomo Receives 2016 Hourglass Award Oct 2016

Massimo Sargiacomo Receives 2016 Hourglass Award

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Massimo Sargiacomo is a tenured Professor of Accounting and Public Management in the Department of Management and Business Administration at the University G.d'Annunzio of Chieti-Pescara where he has also been sole Vice-Rector to Administration and Management, President of the Bachelor Degree Undergraduate Course on Economics and Management, President of the Research Committee of the Faculty of the Managerial Sciences, as well as of the Department of Management and Business Administration, and is still Director of the Phd Programme in "Accounting, Management and Business Economics". In addition to his current roles, he has active research collaborations with several colleagues at diverse …


President’S Message, Massimo Sargiacomo Oct 2015

President’S Message, Massimo Sargiacomo

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Two years have passed by quickly just like a Ferrari on the roadway. My presidential term is going to finish very soon.


Alan Sangster Receives 2015 Hourglass Award Oct 2015

Alan Sangster Receives 2015 Hourglass Award

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Alan Sangster is Professor of Accounting Education at Griffith University, Australia and a visiting professor at the University of Minho, Portugal. He is a qualified chartered accountant and holds a bachelor degree in business studies, a master degree in operational research, and a doctorate in accounting education.


Tonya K. Flesher Receives 2015 Thomas J. Burns Biographical Research Award Oct 2015

Tonya K. Flesher Receives 2015 Thomas J. Burns Biographical Research Award

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Tonya K. Flesher is the A thur Andersen Professor of Accountancy in the Patterson School of Accountancy at the University of Mississippi. She is a past president of the Academy of Accounting Historians and former Dean of the School of Accountancy.


President’S Message, Massimo Sargiacomo Apr 2014

President’S Message, Massimo Sargiacomo

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As the Academy begins its new year of activity I am writing to express my gratitude for the opportunity to serve you.