Kai Krauss joined the Department of Accounting as a PhD student in September 2017. His main research interest is within performance management and vernacular forms of accounting in settings where 'things are hard to measure'. His dissertation project is based on ethnographic fieldwork with a candidature for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. He is also affiliated with the Center for Sports and Business.
The role of accounting information in the candidature for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (dissertation project).
The "Success Story Template" as performance infrastructure in a Pan-European innovation network.
Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis (3310):
Financial Markets and Financial Reporting (631):
Performance Measurement and Business Control (632):