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APMAA (Asia-Pacific Management Accounting Association) is starting research and publication projects in several fields. The research outputs will be presented at APMAA annual forums. Furthermore, they will be published in APMAJ (Asia-Pacific Management Accounting Journal)or an edited book. We are looking forward to hearing your proposals about new research projects. Please join us.
 


1. Management (accounting) and corporate governance practices in Asia


Our research concern is management (accounting) practices and corporate governance practices of MNEs. 

China currently has so many foreign subsidiaries and joint ventures with different countries; and thus is a good research field for comparative studies.

We are thinking of comparing Chinese state-owned companies or other Chinese companies to foreign-affiliated companies located in China. Since a variety of comparisons are possible, let's challenge together.

Presentations at the 2011 annual forum in Malaysia is our temporary goal.
 

Any question, suggestion or comment concerning the project is welcome and can be directed to Professor Frederick H. Wu, the Adviser to the President (fhw0002@unt.edu) and Susumu Ueno (ueno@konan-u.ac.jp).

Registered Project Members:  Susumu Ueno (ueno@konan-u.ac.jp)., Frederick H. Wu (fhw0002@unt.edu)


 
 


2. Cost accounting standards and cost management practices among Japanese manufacturing companies
 
Our research concern is cost accounting practices of Japanese listed companies. Listed companies are expected to respect the 1962 Cost Accounting Standard published by Business Accounting Deliberation Board, Japan, a part of Financial Service Agency of Japanese government. The standard prescribes the details of both actual and standard costing procedures. Let's study together. Presentations at the 2011 annual forum in Malaysia will be our temporary goal.

Any question, suggestion or comment concerning the project is welcome and can be directed to Norihisa Manabe (
manabe@eco-toyama.ac.jp), an associate professor of Toyama University, Japan and Professor Susumu Ueno (ueno@konan-u.ac.jp).

Registered Project Members:  Susumu Ueno (ueno@konan-u.ac.jp), Norihisa Manabe (manabe@eco-toyama.ac.jp)  

 


3.
Innovations in Management Accounting Practices: Findings from Japanese Companies 

 We have a plan to set up special sessions at annual meetings of APMAA in the coming several years. Please apply to the session.Any question, suggestion or comment concerning the project is welcome and can be directed to  Susumu Ueno (ueno@konan-u.ac.jp).

Registered Project
(1) Balanced Scoredcard: Findings at Japanese SMCs by Masa-aki Aoki (Tohoku University, Japan)