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Kalle Kraus joined the Department of Accounting in 2003. He holds a PhD in Accounting from the Stockholm School of Economics (2007). Kalle is also Professor (part-time) at the Department of Accounting, Monash Business School, Australia. His primary research interests are in performance measurement, accounting and sport, the connection between accounting and emotion, risk management, and inter-organisational relationships. He serves as Associate Editor of Management Accounting Research. He is on the editorial boards of European Accounting Review and Journal of Management Control.    

For more extensive information, see the attached CV.


BE301 Accounting I: Understanding Financial Reports (Course Director)

BE353 Performance Measurement and Business Control (Course Director)

Executive Education Programs

Selected publications

Carlsson-Wall, M., Goretzki, L., Hofstedt, J., Kraus, K. & Nilsson, C-J. (2022). Exploring the implications of cloud-based enterprise resource planning systems for public sector management accountants. Financial Accountability & Management. [Link]

Chua, W.F., Graaf, J., Kraus. K. (2022). Mapping and contesting peer selection in digitalized public sector benchmarking. Financial Accountability & Management, 38(2), 223-251. [Link]

Graaf, J., Kraus, K., Strömsten, T. (2022). The problematics of financialization – On the important (but neglected) horizontal axis of organizational action. Critical Perspectives on Accounting. [Link]

Carlsson-Wall, M., Iredahl, A., Kraus, K., Wiklund, M. (2021). The role of management controls in managing heterogeneous interests during extreme situations: The Swedish migrant crisis in 2015. Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management, 18, 1-25. [Link]   

Carlsson-Wall, M., Goretzki, L., Kraus, K., Lind, J. (2021). Exploring the role of management control anchor practices in new product development. European Accounting Review, 30, 251-276. [Link]

Carlsson-Wall, M., Kaarbøe, K., Kraus, K., Meidell, A. (2020). Risk management as passionate imitation – the interconnections among emotions, performance metrics, and risk in a global technology firm. Abacus, 57, 72-100. [Link]

Baxter, J., Carlsson-Wall, M., Chua, W.F., Kraus, K. (2019). Accounting for the cost of sports-related violence: A case study of the socio-politics of ‘the’ accounting entity. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 32, 1956-1981. [Link]

Carlsson-Wall, M., Hirner, P., Kraus, K., Lewinski, A. (2019). The role of technocratic and socio-ideological control in managing tensions when integrating international subsidiaries. Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management, 16, 434-455. [Link]

Baxter, J., Carlsson-Wall, M., Chua, W.F., Kraus, K. (2019). Accounting and passionate interests – the case of a Swedish football club. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 74, 21-40. [Link]

Carlsson-Wall, M., Kraus, K., Meidell, A., Tran, P. (2019). Managing risk in the public sector – the interaction between vernacular and formal risk management systems. Financial Accountability & Management, 35, 3-19. [Link]

Kraus, K., Kennergren, C., von Unge, A. (2017). The interplay between ideological control and formal management control systems – a case study of a non-governmental organisation. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 63, 42-59. [Link]

Carlsson-Wall, M, Kraus, K., Karlsson, L. (2017). Management control in pulsating organisations – a multiple case study of popular culture events. Management Accounting Research, 35, 20-34. [Link]