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Hakan Hakansson is the NEMI Professor of International Management at the BI Norwegian School of Management in Oslo. He is one of the founding members of the international IMP Group. His present research interests are accounting issues related to networks focused on innovations, and knowledge development in the interface between science and industry. He is member of a number of editorial boards, and the editor of IMP Journal. Kalle Kraus is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Accounting at the Stockholm School of Economics. His research centres on the role of accounting in inter-organisational relationships and networks, and how the shareholder value trend and capital market pressure affect large companies listed on the stock exchange. He has been published in IMP Journal, and published a chapter on accounting in networks in the edited volume Issues in Management Accounting. Johnny Lind is the Professor in Management Accounting and Centre Director for the Accounting and Managerial Finance Unit at the Stockholm School of Economics. He is involved in the area of accounting in inter-organisational relationships and networks. He has been published in journals such as Accounting, Organization and Society, Management Accounting Research, Journal of Business Research and IMP-Journal. He has also published chapters on accounting in networks in edited volumes such as Handbook of Management Accounting Research, and Issues in Management Accounting.
1. Accounting in Networks as a New Research Field Hakan Hakansson, Kalle Kraus and Johnny Lind 2. Accounting and Inter-Organisational Issues David Ford and Hakan Hakansson Part 1: Accounting in Different Settings 3. Inter-Organisational Accounting in Dyadic Settings John Cullen and Juliana Meira 4. Towards Accounting in Network Settings Johnny Lind and Sof Thrane 5. The Role of Management Accounting in Joint Venture Relationships: A Dynamic Perspective Jeltje van der Meer-Kooistra and Pieter E. Kamminga 6. Accounting in Inter-Organisational Relationships within the Public Sector Kalle Kraus and Cecilia Lindholm Part 2: Accounting Techniques 7. Customer Accounting When Relationships and Networks Matter Mikael Caker and Torkel Stromsten 8. Target Costing in Inter-Organisational Relationships and Networks Martin Carlsson-Wall and Kalle Kraus 9. Open-Book Accounting in Networks Peter Kajuter and Harri I. Kulmala Part 3: Theoretical Perspectives on Accounting in Networks 10. Accounting in Networks - the Transaction Cost Economics Perspective Shannon Anderson and Henri Dekker 11. Accounting In Networks - the Industrial-Network Approach Hakan Hakansson, Kalle Kraus, Johnny Lind and Torkel Stromsten 12. Actor-Network Theory and the Study of Interorganisational Network-Relations Jan Mouritsen, Habib Mahama and Wai Fong Chua 13. Accounting in Inter-organisational Relationships - the Institutional Theory Perspective Robert W. Scapens and Evangelia Varoutsa 14. Accounting in Networks - the Next Step Hakan Hakansson, Kalle Kraus and Johnny Lind