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Harun Harun

Assistant Professor in Accounting 

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philsophy (PhD) University Waikato (New Zealand)
  • Master of Accounting (UWA), Australia
  • Certified Accountant (No.17, 281) (Indonesia)
  • Bachelor Degree in Economics & Accounting (Hasanuddin University)

Career Bio

Harun Harun is currently assistant professor in accounting in the University of Canberra. He has more than 10 years as academics in accounting, public sector management and auditing both in Indonesia and New Zealand. Harun also previously worked as a journalist.

Teaching

  • Auditing PG
  • Auditing
  • Management Accounting
  • Public Sector Accounting

Research

Research Publications - 5 Selected Publications

  • Ross McLeod and Harun Harun  (accepted), Public Sector Accounting Reform at Local Government Level in Indonesia, Financial Accountability and Management
  • Yi An, Umesh Sharma and Harun Harun (2013). A mini review of Chinese Stock Market: from 1978 to 2010, Corporate Ownership and Control, 10 (2): 700-701
  • Harun Harun (2013). Is Corporate Governance Relevant? How Good Corporate Governance Practices Affect Indonesian Organizations (a book review), Bulletin of Indonesian Economics Studies, 49 (2): 246-247
  • Harun Harun, Yi An and Abdul Kahar (2013). Implementation and challenges of introducing NPM and accrual accounting in Indonesian local government, Public Money and Management, 33 (5): 383-388.
  • Ridwan Ridwan, Harun Harun, Yi An and Imam Mujahidin Fahmid (2013). The Impact of the Balanced Scorecard on Corporate Performance: The Case of an Australian Public Sector Enterprise (accepted), International Business Research, 6 (10), 103-110)

Research Activities

  • Public Sector Audit Reform in Indonesia with Prof Monir Mir and Dr Mahobbot Ali   (2013 and 2014)
  • Dialogic Accounting in Indonesian Public Sector Reforms: A History Repeating Itself? with Prof Karen Van Peursem and Ian Eggleton
  • Understanding the Driving Forces and Dominant Actors in the Institutional Arrangements and Implementation of an Accrual Reporting System in the Indonesian Public Sector

Research Interests

  • Public sector accounting and management
  • Auditing
  • Intellectual capital
  • Accounting change

External Research Profile

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