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Mahmoud Ezzamel researchers and teaches in the field of management accounting and accounting history. He is especially interested in understanding how contemporary organizations, whether in the private or the public sector, develop and make use of management accounting systems. These organizations include universities, schools, hospitals, and political bodies in the public sector, and manufacturing and retailing companies in the private sector. He also explores how institutions of the past, ranging from 18th century Spain to ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, made sense of their daily activities through the use of accounting and how these accounting practices produced order in society. He draws on a variety of organizational and social theories to theorise his observations of accounting practice in these contemporary and ancient organizations and institutions. His teaching reflects these interests and locates the study of accounting into its broader social, political, cultural and economic contexts.
Mahmoud Ezzamel has been joint editor of the leading journal Accounting and Business Research for a period of 13 years ending in 2005, and has edited several special issues of scholarly journals.
B. Sc. in Accounting, University of Alexandria, Egypt.
M. A. in Accounting, University of Alexandria, Egypt.
Ph. D. in Economics, University of Southampton, England.
Professor of Accounting and Management Control, Instituto de Empresa, Madrid, Spain, 2011-
Cardiff Professorial Fellow, University of Cardiff, January 2000-August 2010.
Visiting Distinguished Professor, Instituto de Empresa, Madrid, Spain, 2003-2010.
Visiting Professor, Peking University, China, 2011- 2013.
Visiting Professor, Ren Men University, China, 2011 – 2013.
Visiting Professor, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Holland, 2006-2012.
Visiting Professor, Open University, Herleen, Holland, 2006-2012.
Guest Professor, Xiamen University, China, June 2009-2012
Visiting Professor, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China, June 2007-2013.
Erskine Fellow in Social Sciences, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, September-October 2002.
Professor of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester, July 1996 to-December 1999.
Price Waterhouse Professor of Accounting and Finance, and Head of the Accounting and Finance Group, UMIST, September 1990 - 30 June 1996.