Accounting

Operational and strategic accounting techniques can be used effectively in management planning and control activities. The International Hellenic University can provide the theoretical framework and skills that accountants need in order to cope with an increasingly complex accounting environment. Our research teams focus on:

  • Accounting for costs and their effective use in management decision making.
  • Budgetary planning and control.
  • Developments in management accounting and its relevance to management information needs.
  • Strategic management accounting.
  • Performance measurement techniques and the behavioural aspects of performance measurement.
  • Preparing financial statements.
  • Cash flow statements.
  • Budgeting.
  • Divisional performance measurement.

Staff Members

The following staff members are active in this research area:

Leventis Stergios

Assistant Professor, Accounting, School of Economics and Business Administration

Tel: +30 2310 807541
s.leventis@ihu.edu.gr

Selected Publications

  • Leventis S. and Dimitropoulos P., "The Role of Corporate Governance in Earnings Management: Experience from US Banks", Journal of Applied Accounting Research, Volume 13ii (forthcoming) • Journal Paper
  • Leventis S., Weetman P. and Caramanis C., "Agency and Product Market Competition: The Case of Audit Pricing in Greece", British Accounting Review (forthcoming) • Journal Paper
  • Kostellou Stavroula and Tsakiri Aikaterini, The relation between R&D spending & future market returns based on accounting treatments used by European firms, A dissertation submitted for the partial fulfillment for the degree of MSc in Management (2010) • Student Dissertation
  • Leventis S. and Dimitropoulos P., "Audit Pricing, Quality of Earnings and Board Independence: The Case of the Athens Stock Exchange", Advances in Accounting, Volume 26, Number 2, pp.325-332 (2010) • Journal Paper
  • Leventis S., Dimitropoulos P. and Anandarajan A., "Loan Loss Provisions, Earnings Management and Capital Management under IFRS: The Case of EU Commercial Banks", Journal of Financial Services Research, pp. 1-20 (2010) • Journal Paper

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