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Anders Hersinger
Anders Hersinger

Anders Hersinger

Professor and Head of Subject, Chaired Professor
Luleå University of Technology
Accounting and Control
Business Administration and Industrial Engineering
Department of Business Administration, Technology and Social Sciences
+46 (0)920 491095
A260 Luleå

I defended my PhD dissertation on the topic of decision makers’ use of analogical reasoning in unstructured problematic situations in 1998 and became professor of accounting and control in 2011. Since then I have studied risk assessment among bank officers and auditors and management accounting, information technology and performance in manufacturing. In recent years, I have supervised doctoral students in research about controller work in strategic capital investment projects and management accounting for operations in the mining corporation LKAB. I also participate in Business Index North, a project aiming to contribute to sustainable development and value creation in the Arctic through the mapping of regional economic development, opportunities and challenges.

ORCID iD 0000-0001-9748-1127


Article in journal

When spaces collide (2020)

exploring the dual responsibilities of operations managers
Curry. A, Hersinger. A
Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management/Emerald, Vol. 17, nr. 4, s. 614-647

Business Index North (2019)

A periodic report with insight to business activity and opportunities in the Arctic
Middleton. A, Hersinger. A, Bryksenkov. A, Mineev. A, Dybtsyna. E, Bullvåg. E, et al.
Article in journal

Development of a model for economic control of loading in sublevel caving mines (2019)

Shekhar. G, Gustafson. A, Hersinger. A, Jonsson. K, Schunnesson. H
Mining Technology:Transactions of the Institutions of Mining and Metallurgy, Vol. 128, nr. 2, s. 118-128
Article in journal

Hybrid accountants in the age of the business partner (2019)

exploring institutional drivers in a mining company
Karlsson. B, Hersinger. A, Kurkkio. M
Journal of Management Control, Vol. 30, nr. 2, s. 185-211