PhD (University of Adelaide) Thesis : Public Sector Accrual Accounting
Master of Business Administration, Australian Graduate School of Management (UNSW)
Bachelor of Arts (Honors) ; majors in Accounting and Economics, Macquarie University
Mark is Professor, Accounting and Management Control Department. After completing his BA (Hons) at Macquarie University, Mark is involved with the public sector, consulting and academia. He holds a PhD from The University of Adelaide and is involved in socio-technical construction. His research of public sector accrual accounting is highly cited. His publications cover issues such as public sector accrual accounting, performance reporting, comparative international studies, accounting change, consulting, accounting history, auditing an instrument of blame and other topics. He has published in journals that include: Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal ; Accounting, Organizations & Society ; Accounting Education ; Accounting History; Australian Accounting Review ; Contemporary Accounting Research; Critical Perspectives on Accounting ; European Accounting Review ; International Review of Administrative Sciences ; International Journal of Public Sector Management; Financial Accountability & Management; and, Management Accounting Research. His academic appointments have included Associate Dean, International; Director, Postgraduate Research and Studies; Director, Master of Professional Accounting; Associate Professor and Professor. Prior to joining ESSEC, University of New South Wales, The University of New England, Southern Cross University, Copenhagen Business School, Cardiff Business School, Copenhagen Business School, Hokkaido University, The University of Nordland, University of Siena, and Nanzan University.
"Contested organizational change and accounting in trials of incompatibility" (M. Christensen, P. Skaerbaek, K. Tryggestad), Management Accounting Research, avr. 2019, Vol. 45, p. 1‑24
"Governmental Accounting Practitioners: Cardigan Removed, Research Agenda Revealed" (M. Christensen, D. Greiling, J. Christiaens), Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, mai 2018, Vol. 31, Numéro 4, p. 1026‑1044
"Enabling Global Accounting Change: Epistemic Communities and the Creation of a 'More Business-Like' Public Sector" (M. Christensen, S. Newberry, B. Potter), Critical Perspectives on Accounting
Financial Reporting. In: Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. : Springer, Farazmand A.. 2018