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Paul Dunmore is a research professor at the School. He teaches papers in financial accounting, management accounting and advanced accounting information systems. He has previously taught accounting research methods.
Paul's current teaching includes:
Paul’s research interests involve the application of mathematical and statistical techniques to accounting-related problems. This has led him to study the economics of auditing, the statistics of financial ratios, distress prediction, audit efficiency, distributions of personal incomes, and tax policy.
Paul's publications include:
His professional interests include forensic accounting, security of accounting systems, and incentives for managers to present particular results in their financial statements. He gives talks on accounting at every level from high-school students to accounting professionals and company directors. Paul is a member of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association and of various learned societies and serves on committees of forensic accounting special interest groups of NZICA and of the American Accounting Association.
Professor Paul Dunmore
School of Accountancy
Private Bag 756
Direct Dial +64 4 801-5799 ext 62603
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Last updated on Monday 25 February 2013