The research conducted within the Accounting Research Programme focuses on the use of financial and non-financial information both within the organization and outside the organization. This information is used for various purposes, including decision making, control, and accountability to internal and external stakeholders. The members’ research interests are concentrated in two main areas: 1) management accounting and control and 2) corporate governance and financial accounting. The members of the programme apply a variety of research methods, ranging from archival studies, to survey studies, experimental research, and case studies. The research is conducted in and relevant to a range of sectors, including manufacturing, service, healthcare, education, banking, auditing, and the public sector.