Professor Howard Davey
Professor of Accounting
Key contact for professional accreditations
Accounting education Accounting standards Accounting Theory Auditing and accountability Financial Accounting International accounting Management Accounting Taxation
Qualifications: BA, BBS, MBA (Hons) Massey, PhD Waikato
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Professor Howard Davey is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and a Fellow of CPA Australia. His research includes more than 200 publications, with over 55 refereed journal articles and five books, three of which have multiple editions. He supervised over 12 PhDs to successful completion.
He has been extensively involved in the admission requirements of the NZICA and currently sits on the Education Board of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ).
He teaches at undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as on the MBA programme. His interests include non-traditional reporting, intellectual capital, international issues in accounting, as well as demystifying accounting for non-accounting business people.
External reporting and financial accounting
Non-traditional measures of performance
Zaini, S. M., Samkin, G., Sharma, U., & Davey, H. (2018). Voluntary disclosure in emerging countries: A literature review. Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies, 8(1), 29-65. doi:10.1108/JAEE-08-2016-0069
Zaini, S. M., Sharma, U., Samkin, G., & Davey, H. (2018). Impact of ownership structure on the level of voluntary disclosure: A study of listed family-controlled companies in Malaysia. Accounting Forum, online, 22 pages. doi:10.1016/j.accfor.2018.11.001
Tsen, L., Singh-Ladhar, J., & Davey, H. (2017). Is the future too bright? An empirical investigation of whether the Bright-Line test is sound tax policy. New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy, 23(3), 331-349.
Davey, J., Alsemgeest, R., O’Reilly-Schwass, S., Davey, H., & FitzPatrick, M. (2017). Visualizing intellectual capital using service-dominant logic: what are hotel companies reporting?. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 29(6), 47 pages. doi:10.1108/IJCHM-12-2015-0733
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