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Reaven Yu

Reaven Yu


Lecturer

Rm 431
H69 - Codrington Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

Telephone +61 2 9351 8937
lichen.yu@sydney.edu.au

Bio

Dr Reaven Yu obtained his Ph.D degree at the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark. He has developed a research profile of understanding the role of accounting as an organisational and social practice in various contexts. His interest in sociology of accounting contributes to the accounting literature on the understanding of the complex and dynamic relationships between accounting, technologies and the very worldly practices they construct. His new research projects also aim to understand the construction of intelligence through the use of disruptive technologies such as AI in auditing and trading.

Dr Reaven Yu is currently the coordinator of ACCT5002 Managerial Accounting and Decision Making. Attempting to inform students of the interactive and constructive roles of managerial accounting, he has developed in ACCT5002 a program that aims to enhance students’ critical thinking on the practical use of various managerial accounting techniques.

Research Interests

Dr Reaven Yu is an international scholar with research focus on understanding the role of accounting as an  organisational and social practice in various ocontexts. His empirical research uses a qualitative approach and attempts to develop new ways of understanding the relationships between accounting, technologies and the worldly practices they create. He is interested in the translations and interpretations of accounting representations such as forecasts and performance measures within the contexts they help to manage. He is also interested in understanding the role of disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence in accounting and finance settings. His interests include:

  1. Implementation of management accounting technologies;
  2. Performance Management; and
  3. Use of disruptive technologies such as AI in accounting and finance settings

2014

5
Conference Paper/s

Yu L and Mouritsen J 2014 'Managing the Production multiple: Accounting as a fluid technology', Global Management Accounting Research Symposium GMARS 2014, Sydney, Australia, 27th June 2014

11
Seminar Paper/s

Yu L and Mouritsen J 2014 'Connecting the production multiple: Accounting as a fluid technology, School of Accounting Seminar Series, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 21 March 2014 [Link]

Yu L and Mouritsen J 2014 'Connecting the production multiple: Accounting as a fluid technology, Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance Seminar Series, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, 20 March 2014

2013

5
Conference Paper/s

Yu L 2013 'Fabricating an S&OP Process: Accounting as Matters of Concern and a Poincaré Disk', 7th Asia Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting APIRA 2013, Kobe, Japan, 28th July 2013

Yu L 2013 'Fabricating an S&OP Process: Accounting as Matters of Concern and a Poincaré Disk', Research Conference on Management from the Field, Beijing, China, 8th June 2013

Yu L 2013 'Fabricating an S&OP Process: Accounting as Matters of Concern and a Poincaré Disk', 6th Workshop on Management Accounting as Social and Organizational Practice, Copenhagen, Denmark, 26th April 2013 [Link]

7
Thesis

Yu L 2013 'Fabricating an S&OP Process: Circulating References and Matters of Concern', Department of Operations Management, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark [Link]

2008

4
Journal Article/s

Yu L, Perera S and Crowe S 2008 'Effectiveness of the balanced scorecard: the impact of strategy and causal links', Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research, vol.6:2, pp. 37-55

2007

5
Conference Paper/s

Yu L, Perera S and Crowe S 2007 'The Impact of Strategy and Causal Links on the Perceived Effectiveness of the Balanced Scorecard', 19th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14th November 2007

Yu L, Perera S and Crowe S 2007 'The Impact of Strategy and Causal Links on the Perceived Effectiveness of the Balanced Scorecard', 30th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association EAA 2007, Lisbon, Portugal, 27th April 2007