Gert PaulssonSenior Lecturer
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Business Administration
I am an associate professor at the Department of Business Administration, Lund University School of Economics and management (LUSEM). My teaching and research is focused on management acccounting and control, and my main empirical object is public sector organisations.
I have published articles in several international journals, as well as chapters in Swedish and international books. I have also participated in several international comparative studies.
In addition to beeing a university professor, I have worked outside the university in The Swedish Institute for Health Economics (IHE), the National Audit Office, The Ministry of Finance and The Prime Ministers Office in Sweden.
I participate frequently in executive education, investigations and consultancy projects, and have been the head of tThe Department of Business Administration for almost 6 years.
My recent and current scholarship and teaching philosophy:
My teaching has been focused on management accounting and management control. It has to a large extent been case based, starting out from challenges managers, controllers and others face in that area.
(1) Accounting and management control master program – in which I was course director and the main teacher in the introductory course at the program.
(2) Master in management (MiM) – in which I am the course director for the Functions of Management-course in which I also teach the management control module. In addition to that I am one out of two teachers responsible for the Business Simulation-module.
(3) Management control at the bachelor program – in which I was course director and the main teacher.
(4) Management at an external program for senior managers in the central government of Sweden – in which I was involved in the development of the program and teaching some modules.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Book chapter
Research output: Book/Report › Report