School of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation - PhD Accounting, UNSW | MCom (Hons), UNSW | BCom (Hons), UNSW | FCPA (Aust)
Mandy Cheng joined the school in 1998. Prior to her appointment Mandy worked as an accountant with BHP. Her research interests include strategic performance management systems such as the balanced scorecard, capital investment decisions, incentive and compensation scheme designs, the use of accounting information in negotiations, and Integrated Reporting.
Mandy's editorial experiences include: Editor of Accounting and Finance, Guest Editor/Editorial Board member of Journal of Management Accounting Research and Associate Editor of Behavioral Research in Accounting (2011-2013). She is the international member at-large of the American Accounting Association Council, executive member of AFAANZ Management Accounting Special Interest Group (Management Accounting) and from 2011-2014, a Director of AFAANZ (Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand). Mandy is also a member of Professional Qualification Advisory Committee of CPA Australia.
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